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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
Opposing Factions Join to Push Confirmation of a Gay Trump Appointee

Opposing Factions Join to Push Confirmation of a Gay Trump Appointee

Richard Grenell, left, who is nominated to be ambassador to Germany, is President Trump’s most prominent openly gay appointee.
Deadly Fire Sweeps Through Mall in Kemerovo, Siberia

Deadly Fire Sweeps Through Mall in Kemerovo, Siberia

Smoke rising from a multistory shopping center in the Siberian city of Kemerovo on Sunday.
Op-Ed Contributor: Trump and Bolton’s Plan to Isolate Allies and Encourage Enemies

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump and Bolton’s Plan to Isolate Allies and Encourage Enemies

President Trump announced that John R. Bolton would be his next national security adviser. Mr. Bolton shares the president’s tough approach on foreign policy.
Editorial: Victims Get a Voice in Chicago Police Reform

Editorial: Victims Get a Voice in Chicago Police Reform

Chicago police officers and detectives investigate a crime scene where a man was shot and killed on Thursday.
Rome Journal: All Roads Lead to Rome, Where Potholes Will Destroy Your Tires

Rome Journal: All Roads Lead to Rome, Where Potholes Will Destroy Your Tires

Cristiano Davoli, left, filling potholes on Via della Pisana in Rome this month. “It’s a disaster,” Mr. Davoli said of the state of the Italian capital’s roads.
A First in Flight: Australia to the U.K., in 17 Hours

A First in Flight: Australia to the U.K., in 17 Hours

Qantas’s Dreamliner taking off on its inaugural flight from Perth, Australia, to London, on Saturday night.
Profile: A Comic Book Artist Who Makes the Invisible Visible

Profile: A Comic Book Artist Who Makes the Invisible Visible

Yvan Alagbé, the French comic book artist, says that people often ask him why he always draws black people.
Villanova Returns to Final Four After Holding Off Texas Tech

Villanova Returns to Final Four After Holding Off Texas Tech

Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree (21) and the Villanova Wildcats built a commanding first half lead before holding off Texas Tech to reach the Final Four.
Review: ‘The Terror,’ or ‘Alien’ in the Arctic

Review: ‘The Terror,’ or ‘Alien’ in the Arctic

Tobias Menzies, left, and Ciarán Hinds in “The Terror,” a new AMC series that mixes history and horror.