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Sex Trafficking Bill Heads to Trump, Over Silicon Valley Concerns

Sex Trafficking Bill Heads to Trump, Over Silicon Valley Concerns

Senator Rob Portman, Republican of Ohio, was a co-author of the sex trafficking bill that passed the Senate by a 97-to-2 vote.
Getting Sick Can Be Really Expensive, Even for the Insured

Getting Sick Can Be Really Expensive, Even for the Insured

After undergoing a mastectomy, Yolanda Carrero was able to find a less physically taxing job. Many people aren’t so lucky.
Tech Fix: Want to #DeleteFacebook? You Can Try

Tech Fix: Want to #DeleteFacebook? You Can Try

Facebook is not only the world’s dominant social network, its WhatsApp messaging service and its Instagram photo-sharing platform also reach millions of people. That makes truly cutting Facebook out
Meredith Says It Intends to Sell Time, Sports Illustrated, Fortune and Money

Meredith Says It Intends to Sell Time, Sports Illustrated, Fortune and Money

Signs at the Time Inc. building in New York were recently changed to reflect Meredith’s ownership.
Over 20 People Were at the Table When Trump Met the Saudis. None Were Women.

Over 20 People Were at the Table When Trump Met the Saudis. None Were Women.

President Trump and an all-male delegation hosted Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and members of the Saudi delegation in the Cabinet Room on Tuesday.
AIDS Researcher Robert R. Redfield Named to Lead the C.D.C.

AIDS Researcher Robert R. Redfield Named to Lead the C.D.C.

Dr. Robert R. Redfield had proposed widespread testing for H.I.V. in the early years of the AIDS epidemic, but also cautioned against stigmatizing those who had the virus.

While Putin Meddles, Trump Congratulates Him

Punishing Russia for election interference is not a partisan issue.
Critic’s Notebook: Two SoundCloud Rap Outlaws Push Boundaries From the Fringes

Critic’s Notebook: Two SoundCloud Rap Outlaws Push Boundaries From the Fringes

6ix9ine, performing in New York this month, is a brute-force screamer whose raps thrive on repetition.
Efforts to Secure Elections Moving Too Slowly, Senators Tell Homeland Security Chief

Efforts to Secure Elections Moving Too Slowly, Senators Tell Homeland Security Chief

Kirstjen Nielsen, the secretary of homeland security, and Jeh Johnson, who served in the post under President Barack Obama during the 2016 election, testified before the Senate Intelligence Committee
Critic’s Notebook: A New Italy, Imagined by Artists and Demagogues

Critic’s Notebook: A New Italy, Imagined by Artists and Demagogues

The exhibition for “Post Zang Tumb Tuuum” features black-and-white photographs blown-up to actual size and printed on wallpaper; the paintings and sculptures are then hung or placed in the very spots
At Columbia, Revisiting the Revolutionary Students of 1968

At Columbia, Revisiting the Revolutionary Students of 1968

Strikers on the ledge of Mathematics Hall, one of five buildings at Columbia University that students took over in April 1968.
Zuckerberg, Facing Facebook’s Worst Crisis Yet, Pledges Better Privacy

Zuckerberg, Facing Facebook’s Worst Crisis Yet, Pledges Better Privacy

Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook Inc., in July.
Peru’s President Offers Resignation Over Vote-Buying Scandal

Peru’s President Offers Resignation Over Vote-Buying Scandal

President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski of Peru in Lima on Wednesday.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Refugees in New York’s Hotel Rooms

Op-Ed Contributor: The Refugees in New York’s Hotel Rooms

Daiza Aponte Torres, a Hurricane Maria evacuee, with her children Enrielys, 3, left, and Alannys, 1, at one of the hotels FEMA is using to house evacuees in New York.
Op-Ed Contributor: An End to the Class vs. Race Debate

Op-Ed Contributor: An End to the Class vs. Race Debate

A group of MAC (Minority Achievement Committee) Scholars Program students at Shaker Heights High School in Ohio in 1999.
Stephen Hawking to Be Interred at Westminster Abbey

Stephen Hawking to Be Interred at Westminster Abbey

Stephen Hawking will be interred at Westminster Abbey in London, keeping company with the likes of Charles Darwin and Isaac Newton.