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Lens: The Superfund Sites of Silicon Valley

Lens: The Superfund Sites of Silicon Valley

A soccer field located on the Superfund site of a former Hewlett-Packard manufacturing facility in Palo Alto, Calif.
Van Gogh Never Visited Japan, but He Saw It Everywhere

Van Gogh Never Visited Japan, but He Saw It Everywhere

Van Gogh’s “Almond Blossom” (1890) shows a strong Japanese influence. But it is based on the trees he saw in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France.
Op-Ed Contributor: Putin’s Favorite Tactic Has Finally Backfired

Op-Ed Contributor: Putin’s Favorite Tactic Has Finally Backfired

Police officers in protective suits near a bench in Salisbury, England, where Sergei Skripal and his daughter were found suffering from exposure to a rare nerve agent.
Saudis Claim to Intercept 7 Missiles Fired at Cities From Yemen

Saudis Claim to Intercept 7 Missiles Fired at Cities From Yemen

A damaged house in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on Monday, after it was hit by fragments of a destroyed missile said to have been fired by Houthi rebels from Yemen.
Louis Vuitton Names Virgil Abloh as Its New Men’s Wear Designer

Louis Vuitton Names Virgil Abloh as Its New Men’s Wear Designer

The designer Virgil Abloh at the Off-White show at Paris Fashion Week earlier this month.
Solving the Dutch Pot Paradox: Legal to Buy, but Not to Grow

Solving the Dutch Pot Paradox: Legal to Buy, but Not to Grow

Customers smoking cannabis inside the de Baron coffee shop in Breda, the Netherlands.
Stormy Daniels Tells ‘60 Minutes’ That Fear of Trump Kept Her Silent

Stormy Daniels Tells ‘60 Minutes’ That Fear of Trump Kept Her Silent

Stephanie Clifford, the actress known as Stormy Daniels, said that a man threatened her after she agreed to a tell a magazine about an affair with Donald J. Trump. She said the man told her: “Leave
Remington, Centuries-Old Gun Maker, Files for Bankruptcy as Sales Slow

Remington, Centuries-Old Gun Maker, Files for Bankruptcy as Sales Slow

Remington, the American gun manufacturer, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Sunday. The move was expected amid the company’s mounting debt and declining sales.
Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump: Man at War

Op-Ed Columnist: Donald Trump: Man at War

U.S. President Donald Trump arriving on Air Force One on Sunday, at Andrews Air Force Base.
Malik Newman Leads Kansas Past Duke and Into the Final Four

Malik Newman Leads Kansas Past Duke and Into the Final Four

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk (10) and the Kansas Jayhawks celebrating after defeating Duke in overtime to advance to the Final Four.
Review: An ‘Angels in America’ That Soars on the Breath of Life

Review: An ‘Angels in America’ That Soars on the Breath of Life

Amanda Lawrence, left, as The Angel and Andrew Garfield as Prior Walter in “Perestroika,” the second part of “Angels in America.”
At a Crucial Juncture, Trump’s Legal Defense Is Largely a One-Man Operation

At a Crucial Juncture, Trump’s Legal Defense Is Largely a One-Man Operation

Jay Sekulow is the only personal lawyer for President Trump who is working full time on the special counsel’s investigation as Mr. Trump faces a significant decision: whether to sit for an interview.
Fund-Raiser Held Out Access to Trump as a Prize for Prospective Clients

Fund-Raiser Held Out Access to Trump as a Prize for Prospective Clients

Elliott Broidy, left, at an inaugural dinner with (from left) Carol Mizel, a philanthropist; Jeff Sessions, now the attorney general; Larry Mizel, a real estate developer; and Robin Broidy, a lawyer
When Professionals Rise Up, More Than Money Is at Stake

When Professionals Rise Up, More Than Money Is at Stake

Fred Albert, a math teacher in the Charleston area of West Virginia, said many teachers felt that the Legislature had devalued their training and certification by proposing to let people teach a
In Gun Control Marches, Students Led but Adults Provided Key Resources

In Gun Control Marches, Students Led but Adults Provided Key Resources

Demonstrators at the March for Our Lives in Los Angeles on Saturday, one of hundreds of events nationwide led by students and activists advocating stricter gun control.
How an Instagram Post Led to an N.F.L. Cheerleader’s Discrimination Case

How an Instagram Post Led to an N.F.L. Cheerleader’s Discrimination Case

Bailey Davis, a former New Orleans Saints cheerleader, was fired for violating a social media policy that does not apply to the team’s male players. Davis has filed a complaint with the Equal