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Nanny Faces Tough Insanity Test: Did She Know Killing Was Wrong?

Nanny Faces Tough Insanity Test: Did She Know Killing Was Wrong?

Yoselyn Ortega, 55, appeared in court on the second day of her trial in State Supreme Court in Manhattan. She is charged with two counts of first-degree murder for the deaths of two children in her
A Publicist and D.J. Who Nurtures Underrepresented Artists

A Publicist and D.J. Who Nurtures Underrepresented Artists

April Hunt, a D.J. and publicist, before her gig at the Armory Party earlier this month.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert on the Stormy Daniels Interview: ‘It All Felt True’

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert on the Stormy Daniels Interview: ‘It All Felt True’

Stephen Colbert said Stephanie Clifford’s account on “60 Minutes” was “insane, salacious” and utterly believable.
What Kim Jong-un May Get in Reaching Out to China

What Kim Jong-un May Get in Reaching Out to China

Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s leader, during a military parade in Pyongyang last year. Mr. Kim needs China’s help in emerging from its international isolation.
China’s Space Station May Crash to Earth on April Fools’ Day

China’s Space Station May Crash to Earth on April Fools’ Day

A rocket carrying China’s first space station, Tiangong-1, lifted off on Sept. 29, 2011. China lost control of the station about two years ago.
Despite Concerns, Census Will Ask Respondents if They Are U.S. Citizens

Despite Concerns, Census Will Ask Respondents if They Are U.S. Citizens

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross made the decision to put a citizenship question on the 2020 census forms, citing the need to measure the portion of the population eligible to vote.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Hello, Generation Putin

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Hello, Generation Putin

President Vladimir Putin of Russia speaking at a youth forum in Moscow this month.
Larry Nassar’s Former Boss at Michigan State Faces Charges

Larry Nassar’s Former Boss at Michigan State Faces Charges

William D. Strampel, the former dean of Michigan State University’s osteopathic medical school, was charged with four counts on Tuesday, including a charge of criminal sexual conduct.
New York Fed Weighs a Wall Street Overseer, and Left Spies an Opening

New York Fed Weighs a Wall Street Overseer, and Left Spies an Opening

Demonstrators in Lower Manhattan this month as part of a protest organized by Fed Up, a group campaigning to make the Federal Reserve more responsive to labor concerns.
Austin Bombing Suspect’s Housemate Called a Person of Interest

Austin Bombing Suspect’s Housemate Called a Person of Interest

The house where Mark Conditt lived with two other men in Pflugerville, Tex. The authorities believe he built bombs there.
Review: Chris Evans and Michael Cera Tell Lies to Live by in ‘Lobby Hero’

Review: Chris Evans and Michael Cera Tell Lies to Live by in ‘Lobby Hero’

Chris Evans, as a police officer, confronts the security guard portrayed by Michael Cera in Kenneth Lonergan’s “Lobby Hero.”
Op-Ed Columnist: In Praise of Privilege

Op-Ed Columnist: In Praise of Privilege

Hundreds of thousands of people filled streets in Washington and cities around the world for student-led demonstrations in support of tougher gun laws.