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In Pennsylvania Election Shaped by Trump, Candidates Still Mattered

In Pennsylvania Election Shaped by Trump, Candidates Still Mattered

A supporter of Conor Lamb, the Democrat who claimed victory in a special congressional election on Tuesday.
Toys ‘R’ Us Says It Will Close or Sell All U.S. Stores

Toys ‘R’ Us Says It Will Close or Sell All U.S. Stores

More than 30,000 workers could lose their jobs as a result of the Toys “R” Us bankruptcy, one of the largest ever in the retail industry.
Op-Ed Columnist: Want to Dive Into the Trump Job Pool? Ask Me Anything

Op-Ed Columnist: Want to Dive Into the Trump Job Pool? Ask Me Anything

About a third of the top jobs in the Trump administration are still wide open.
A Romantic Comedy About a Gay Teenager? What Took So Long?

A Romantic Comedy About a Gay Teenager? What Took So Long?

Jorge Lendeborg, left, Nick Robinson (who plays the title character), Alexandra Shipp and Katherine Langford in “Love, Simon.”
Theresa May Expels Russian Diplomats. But Now Comes the Hard Part.

Theresa May Expels Russian Diplomats. But Now Comes the Hard Part.

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May addressed the House of Commons on Wednesday about Russia’s nerve gas attack.
Key Question in Pulse Trial for Orlando Gunman’s Wife: How Much Did She Know?

Key Question in Pulse Trial for Orlando Gunman’s Wife: How Much Did She Know?

Relatives of Noor Salman arrived at the federal courthouse in Orlando, Fla., on Wednesday to hear opening statements in her trial.
Op-Ed Columnist: Dictators Love Trump, and He Loves Them

Op-Ed Columnist: Dictators Love Trump, and He Loves Them

President Trump speaks well of the Philippines’s brutal president, Rodrigo Duterte, who, with his partner, Cielito Avanceña, welcomed Mr. Trump in Manila in November.
Oklahoma Turns to Gas for Executions Amid Turmoil Over Lethal Injection

Oklahoma Turns to Gas for Executions Amid Turmoil Over Lethal Injection

The death chamber at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester, Okla. The state said it planned to use nitrogen gas in executions.
Adding Insult to Injury, British Royal Family to Boycott World Cup in Russia

Adding Insult to Injury, British Royal Family to Boycott World Cup in Russia

The countdown clock in Moscow for the 2018 World Cup soccer tournament, which will be held in Russia. Britain said Wednesday that members of the royal family and top officials would not attend the
Adhering to Family Tradition, Gotti’s Grandson Is Sentenced

Adhering to Family Tradition, Gotti’s Grandson Is Sentenced

John J. Gotti, grandson of the late mob boss who shared the same name, was led out of the New York City Police Department’s 113th Precinct in August 2016. Mr. Gotti, now 24, was sentenced Wednesday to
Skin Deep: The New Softies

Skin Deep: The New Softies

“No-perfume” perfume is back, but with a youthful twist.
Nothing Comes Between Brooke Shields and Her New Line for QVC

Nothing Comes Between Brooke Shields and Her New Line for QVC

The actress Brooke Shields at an event to introduce Brooke Shields Timeless, her clothing label for QVC, at the Beekman Hotel in New York.
Harper Lee’s Estate Sues Over Broadway Version of ‘Mockingbird’

Harper Lee’s Estate Sues Over Broadway Version of ‘Mockingbird’

Gregory Peck, left, and the writer Harper Lee at the premiere of the 1962 film “To Kill a Mockingbird,” in which Peck played the crusading lawyer Atticus Finch.