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Op-Ed Columnist: Stormy Daniels Spanks Trump Again

Op-Ed Columnist: Stormy Daniels Spanks Trump Again

President Trump has been quiet in recent days about accounts by a pornographic film actress and a Playboy model of sexual encounters with him.
How an Outraged Europe Agreed to a Hard Line on Putin

How an Outraged Europe Agreed to a Hard Line on Putin

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain, center, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany, right, and President Emmanuel Macron of France, meeting last week in Brussels.
DealBook: Citigroup Acted. Now, Two New Ideas on How Banks Can Limit Gun Sales.

DealBook: Citigroup Acted. Now, Two New Ideas on How Banks Can Limit Gun Sales.

A gun shop in Virginia. Asked about the response to Citibank’s new restrictions on gun sales by its retail clients, the chief executive, Michael Corbat, said, “The positives have significantly
Scores of Russians Expelled by U.S. and Its Allies Over U.K. Poisoning

Scores of Russians Expelled by U.S. and Its Allies Over U.K. Poisoning

The expulsions included 48 officials operating under the Russian Embassy in Washington.
Charges Filed Against Leader of Secretive Group Where Women Were Branded

Charges Filed Against Leader of Secretive Group Where Women Were Branded

The offices of the Nxivm Executive Success Programs in Albany last July. Keith Raniere, the group’s leader, was arrested by federal authorities in Mexico.
She Survived the Holocaust, to Die in a 2018 Hate Crime

She Survived the Holocaust, to Die in a 2018 Hate Crime

An apartment block on Monday in the 11th Arrondissement of Paris, where the killing of Mireille Knoll took place.
Trump Talks of Bringing Back Rob Porter, Aide Accused of Spousal Abuse

Trump Talks of Bringing Back Rob Porter, Aide Accused of Spousal Abuse

Rob Porter, the White House staff secretary, at Joint Base Andrews in February, shortly before he left the White House amid allegations that he had abused his two former wives.
The E.P.A. Says It Wants Research Transparency. Scientists See an Attack on Science.

The E.P.A. Says It Wants Research Transparency. Scientists See an Attack on Science.

Scott Pruitt, the Environmental Protection Agency administrator, wants to block the use of studies that do not make public the raw data behind research.
After Stormy Daniels, Republicans Face a Referendum on Trump’s Conduct

After Stormy Daniels, Republicans Face a Referendum on Trump’s Conduct

People protested President Trump’s visit to San Diego this month. Polls and every recent election show that Mr. Trump has galvanized liberal and moderate voters to oppose the Republican Party.
News Analysis: The Post-World War II Order Is Under Assault From the Powers That Built It

News Analysis: The Post-World War II Order Is Under Assault From the Powers That Built It

The European Union was forged to promote democratic ideals. But its tenets are being challenged by several member nations, including Britain.
Op-Ed Columnist: Putting the Ex-Con in Conservatism

Op-Ed Columnist: Putting the Ex-Con in Conservatism

Don Blankenship (second from left) was sentenced to prison for conspiring to violate mine safety standards. He appears now to have a real chance in the Republican Party’s primary in the West Virginia
Linda Brown, Symbol of Landmark Desegregation Case, Dies

Linda Brown, Symbol of Landmark Desegregation Case, Dies

Linda Brown in 1964 outside the Sumner School, which had denied her enrollment in 1950.
Astonishing Admission of Cheating Rocks Australian Cricket

Astonishing Admission of Cheating Rocks Australian Cricket

Steve Smith, left, during a five-day cricket test match between South Africa and Australia in Cape Town on Thursday. Smith, the Australia captain, has admitted to ball tampering during the match.
Trump’s New Judicial Litmus Test: Shrinking ‘the Administrative State’

Trump’s New Judicial Litmus Test: Shrinking ‘the Administrative State’

Justice Neil M. Gorsuch, top, who was appointed by President Trump to the Supreme Court, has been held up as a model for his other judicial appointments.
Out There: Meet TESS, Seeker of Alien Worlds

Out There: Meet TESS, Seeker of Alien Worlds

At the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, workers affixed a placard to the bottom of the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, TESS, which will search for nearby exoplanets.