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Oskar Gröning, the ‘Bookkeeper of Auschwitz,’ Is Dead at 96

Oskar Gröning, the ‘Bookkeeper of Auschwitz,’ Is Dead at 96

Oskar Gröning, a former SS officer known as “the bookkeeper of Auschwitz,” at a court in Lüneburg, Germany, in 2015. He was accused as an accomplice in the murder of some 300,000 Hungarian Jews.
Adolescence: Why Demonstrating Is Good for Kids

Adolescence: Why Demonstrating Is Good for Kids

Maya Morales, 15, holds a sign during a walkout and demonstration for gun control last month at Anderson High School in Austin, Tex.
Conceding to N.R.A., Trump Abandons Brief Gun Control Promise

Conceding to N.R.A., Trump Abandons Brief Gun Control Promise

President Trump said there was a lack of political support for raising the age limit to buy rifles, which is not evident in public opinion polls but is very much evident in his party.
3 Austin Package Explosions, 2 of Them Deadly, Appear to Be Linked

3 Austin Package Explosions, 2 of Them Deadly, Appear to Be Linked

F.B.I. agents investigated the scene in East Austin, Tex., on Monday, after a teenager was killed and a woman was injured when a package that was dropped off at their home exploded.
After Team Owner Charges Field Carrying a Gun, Greek Soccer League Suspends All Matches

After Team Owner Charges Field Carrying a Gun, Greek Soccer League Suspends All Matches

An arrest warrant was issued for Ivan Savvidis, a Greek-Russian billionaire who used to be a member of the Russian parliament, after he went onto the field during a match, apparently with a gun
Robert Lightfoot, NASA’s Acting Administrator, to Retire as Trump’s Nominee Is Stalled

Robert Lightfoot, NASA’s Acting Administrator, to Retire as Trump’s Nominee Is Stalled

Robert M. Lightfoot Jr., NASA’s acting administrator, at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., last month.
Trilobites: A Newly Discovered Difference Between Alligators and Crocodiles

Trilobites: A Newly Discovered Difference Between Alligators and Crocodiles

The most obvious way to tell a crocodile, left, from an alligator, is from their snouts: Those of alligators are wider and shorter, and crocodiles’ top and bottom teeth are interlaced and visible when
$560 Million Powerball Winner Can Keep Her Name Private, Judge Rules

$560 Million Powerball Winner Can Keep Her Name Private, Judge Rules

Lottery officials and representatives from charitable organizations that received donations from the anonymous Powerball jackpot winner at the lottery’s headquarters in Concord, N.H., last week.
Britain Blames Moscow for Poisoning of Former Russian Spy

Britain Blames Moscow for Poisoning of Former Russian Spy

Prime Minister Theresa May’s remarks were an unusually direct condemnation of a country that Britain has been loath to blame for previous attacks.
Critic’s Notebook: At Flamenco Festival, Finding the Force Beneath the Glitz

Critic’s Notebook: At Flamenco Festival, Finding the Force Beneath the Glitz

Jesús Carmona leads his company in “Ímpetus” at City Center, part of the Flamenco Festival. Mr. Carmona makes excellent use of his hands.
Filipino Food Finds a Place in the American Mainstream

Filipino Food Finds a Place in the American Mainstream

For many Filipinos, the dishes of their heritage are inseparable from days of celebration. Food marks the occasion, as at a recent gathering of Filipino-American writers, artists and filmmakers at the
‘Never Again’: Fighting Hate in a Changing Germany With Tours of Nazi Camps

‘Never Again’: Fighting Hate in a Changing Germany With Tours of Nazi Camps

A 10th-grade class from Berlin visiting the Sachsenhausen National Memorial in Oranienburg, Germany, on the site of a former Nazi concentration camp.
Broadcom’s Bid for Qualcomm May Be Headed for Rejection, U.S. Panel Warns

Broadcom’s Bid for Qualcomm May Be Headed for Rejection, U.S. Panel Warns

Broadcom’s hostile takeover bid for Qualcomm is being reviewed by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States, which has said that it believes the deal poses national security concerns.
Stormy Daniels Offers to Return Payment to End Deal for Her Silence

Stormy Daniels Offers to Return Payment to End Deal for Her Silence

The pornographic film actress Stephanie Clifford, known professionally as Stormy Daniels, is offering to return a $130,000 payment if she is allowed to speak freely about what she claims was an affair
After Putin Cites Jews, Democrats Implore Trump to Extradite Russians

After Putin Cites Jews, Democrats Implore Trump to Extradite Russians

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia spoke to NBC News in Moscow this month.
Nonfiction: Can Donald Trump Be Impeached?

Nonfiction: Can Donald Trump Be Impeached?

The Senate as a court of impeachment for the trial of Andrew Johnson.
Hubert de Givenchy Dies at 91; Fashion Pillar of Romantic Elegance

Hubert de Givenchy Dies at 91; Fashion Pillar of Romantic Elegance

Hubert de Givenchy in 1960 in France. He was emblematic of a generation of gentlemanly designers who nurtured personal relationships with customers and created collections with specific women in mind.