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No Heads Rolled at the White House on Friday. But Anxiety Abounds.

No Heads Rolled at the White House on Friday. But Anxiety Abounds.

The West Wing of the White House on Friday. A Brookings Institution study found a 46 percent turnover rate in the Trump administration for the most important jobs.
Trump’s Lawyers Claim Stormy Daniels Violated Confidentiality Agreement at Least 20 Times

Trump’s Lawyers Claim Stormy Daniels Violated Confidentiality Agreement at Least 20 Times

President Trump’s lawyers claimed in court on Friday that Stephanie Clifford violated a confidentially agreement at least 20 times, exposing her to damages of at least $20 million. She has said she
Can Trump Succeed at the Summit of the Americas?

Can Trump Succeed at the Summit of the Americas?

President Barack Obama attended the 2015 Summit of the Americas in Panama.
Andrew McCabe, a Target of Trump’s F.B.I. Scorn, Is Fired Over Candor Questions

Andrew McCabe, a Target of Trump’s F.B.I. Scorn, Is Fired Over Candor Questions

The dismissal of Andrew G. McCabe, the former F.B.I. deputy director, was carried out against a highly politicized backdrop.
Engineer of Florida Bridge Reported Cracks Days Before Collapse

Engineer of Florida Bridge Reported Cracks Days Before Collapse

The scene at Florida International University in Miami, where a pedestrian bridge collapsed on Thursday. State officials said an engineer had reported cracks in the bridge two days before the
City Kitchen: Bouncy Noodles, Bright Greens, Quick Broth: A Perfect Bowl

City Kitchen: Bouncy Noodles, Bright Greens, Quick Broth: A Perfect Bowl

A quick homemade vegetarian dinner: mushrooms, noodles and greens in an umami-rich broth.
Women Arrested After Trespassing at Arizona Mosque and Mocking Islam

Women Arrested After Trespassing at Arizona Mosque and Mocking Islam

“Look at this mosque, this ugly mosque, here in our backyard in America,” said Tahnee Gonzales, referring to the Islamic Community Center in Tempe, Ariz. Ms. Gonzales and another woman were arrested
Op-Ed Columnist: The Rise of Euro-Putinism

Op-Ed Columnist: The Rise of Euro-Putinism

President Vladimir Putin of Russia at an election campaign rally in Moscow this month.
Op-Ed Columnist: And Now, the Nancy Pelosi Drama

Op-Ed Columnist: And Now, the Nancy Pelosi Drama

Representative Nancy Pelosi, the House Democratic leader, on Capitol Hill last month.
Spies, Not Diplomats, Take Lead Role in Planning Trump’s North Korea Meeting

Spies, Not Diplomats, Take Lead Role in Planning Trump’s North Korea Meeting

The deep involvement of Mike Pompeo in the planning, officials said, helps explain the timing of Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson’s ouster.
5 Doctors Are Charged With Taking Kickbacks for Fentanyl Prescriptions

5 Doctors Are Charged With Taking Kickbacks for Fentanyl Prescriptions

A box of the fentanyl-based drug Subsys, made by Insys Therapeutics. Five New York doctors were charged with participating in a bribery and kickback scheme involving Insys.
Trilobites: ‘Rewilding’ Missing Carnivores May Help Restore Some Landscapes

Trilobites: ‘Rewilding’ Missing Carnivores May Help Restore Some Landscapes

The gray wolf's reintroduction to Yellowstone National Park in the 1990s has been a success story of a carnivore's rewilding helping an entire ecosystem.
Fact Check: How Trump Has Split With His Administration on Russian Meddling

Fact Check: How Trump Has Split With His Administration on Russian Meddling

President Trump was studiously silent as his administration imposed sanctions on Russia for interfering in the 2016 presidential campaign and what officials called other “malicious cyberattacks.”
Canada Struggles as It Opens Its Arms to Victims of ISIS

Canada Struggles as It Opens Its Arms to Victims of ISIS

“I am always in pain,” said Adiba, a Yazidi who was captured by ISIS and sold six times before escaping. “I’m never comfortable.”
Trump’s Tariffs Set Off Storm of Lobbying

Trump’s Tariffs Set Off Storm of Lobbying

A JFE Steel Corporation plant in Chiba, Japan. Japan is one of many countries that has asked to be excluded from the United States tariffs.

Two by Design: The Creative Couple Bridging the Worlds of Hospitality and Embroidery

Naina Shah and Abhishek Honawar work between New York and India: she in fashion, he in hospitality. Next, they will team up on their own design studio.

Second Top Nike Executive Departs Amid Complaints of Workplace Behavior

A Nike store in Manhattan. The company has acknowledged internal complaints over workplace behavior. “This disturbs and saddens me,” said the chief executive, Mark Parker.
‘Lean In’: Five Years Later

‘Lean In’: Five Years Later

Sunny Bates, with her daughter Lola Bates-Campbell, said Sheryl Sandberg “put language to some workplace issues we all know exist but don’t always know how to talk about.”