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Op-Ed Columnist: Comey Is Trump’s Ultimate Victory

Op-Ed Columnist: Comey Is Trump’s Ultimate Victory

James Comey, now on a publicity tour for his book, has become part of the serial drama and nonstop spectacle of President Trump’s life.
E.P.A. Chief’s $43,000 Phone Booth Broke the Law, Congressional Auditors Say

E.P.A. Chief’s $43,000 Phone Booth Broke the Law, Congressional Auditors Say

Scott Pruitt, head of the Environmental Protection Agency, at a White House meeting in February. The agency is required to notify Congress before spending more than $5,000 on office equipment.
Sean Hannity Is Named as Client of Michael Cohen, Trump’s Lawyer

Sean Hannity Is Named as Client of Michael Cohen, Trump’s Lawyer

Lawyers for Mr. Cohen, the president’s personal lawyer, had sought to keep Mr. Hannity’s identity a secret in a court challenge of an F.B.I. search of Mr. Cohen’s office.
The Times Just Won 3 Pulitzers. Read the Winning Work.

The Times Just Won 3 Pulitzers. Read the Winning Work.

Reporters and editors on deadline in October 2017 just before The Times published its first article detailing accusations of sexual harassment against the film mogul Harvey Weinstein.
Racist Terror Plot, or Just Idle Talk? Kansas Trial Hinges on the Answer

Racist Terror Plot, or Just Idle Talk? Kansas Trial Hinges on the Answer

From left, Curtis Allen, Gavin Wright and Patrick Stein, who are charged with conspiring to use a weapon of mass destruction.
Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Can’t Make War Whenever He Likes

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump Can’t Make War Whenever He Likes

People demonstrated outside the White House after President Trump’s attack on Syria. Under the War Powers Resolution, he needs to gain congressional approval of his decision within 60 days.
How the Kiwi Changed New York’s Food Scene

How the Kiwi Changed New York’s Food Scene

Once-exotic ingredients that thrived in New York City in the early ’80s include (clockwise from top left): cilantro, goat cheese, white chocolate, edible flowers such as nasturtium, sun-dried
With ‘Lost in Space,’ Parker Posey Finds an Unlikely Home in Serial TV

With ‘Lost in Space,’ Parker Posey Finds an Unlikely Home in Serial TV

Parker Posey, best known for a résumé full of quirky indie-film protagonists, gets to play an honest-to-badness villain in the Netflix reboot of “Lost in Space.”
Desiree Linden and Yuki Kawauchi Pull Off Upsets in Rainy Boston Marathon

Desiree Linden and Yuki Kawauchi Pull Off Upsets in Rainy Boston Marathon

Desiree Linden became the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon in 33 years.
A Cousin of the Martini, the Alaska, Strikes Gold

A Cousin of the Martini, the Alaska, Strikes Gold

The Alaska cocktail at Golden Teardrops, a subterranean cocktail bar that opened late last year in Chicago.
Niger Ambush Suspect May Be in Custody, Officials Say

Niger Ambush Suspect May Be in Custody, Officials Say

Soldiers from Niger during an exercise on the outskirts of the capital, Niamey, in February.
Trump’s Annoyed About Russian and Chinese Currencies. Should He Be?

Trump’s Annoyed About Russian and Chinese Currencies. Should He Be?

A display of currency exchange rates in Moscow last week. President Trump's comment about Russia's currency is curious because Russia is not an important player in global commerce.
The Humble Potato Is Exalted in the Mountains of Peru

The Humble Potato Is Exalted in the Mountains of Peru

Nazario Quispe Amao, an agriculturist, planting potatoes on the outskirts of Chahuaytire, a mountain village in southern Peru. Potatoes were domesticated in the Andes more than 10,000 years ago.