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A Governor Is Charged With ‘Invasion of Privacy,’ but What Does That Mean?

A Governor Is Charged With ‘Invasion of Privacy,’ but What Does That Mean?

A woman says Gov. Eric Greitens of Missouri took a nude photo of her and threatened to publicize the image. He has resisted calls to resign.
Review: ‘An Ordinary Muslim’ Gets Caught Between Cultures and Genres

Review: ‘An Ordinary Muslim’ Gets Caught Between Cultures and Genres

Purva Bedi, left, and Sanjit De Silva play husband and wife in “An Ordinary Muslim.”
Melania Trump Parts Ways With Adviser Amid Backlash Over Inaugural Contract

Melania Trump Parts Ways With Adviser Amid Backlash Over Inaugural Contract

Stephanie Winston Wolkoff in January 2017. Melania Trump has parted ways with Ms. Winston Wolkoff, who had been an adviser to the office of the first lady.
Maddy Wilford, Shot 3 Times in Parkland, Is ‘So Grateful to Be Here’

Maddy Wilford, Shot 3 Times in Parkland, Is ‘So Grateful to Be Here’

Maddy Wilford, who was shot three times at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, with her parents, Missy and David, at a news conference on Monday.
Tempers Flare as Panama Hotel Owners Try to Oust Trump Company

Tempers Flare as Panama Hotel Owners Try to Oust Trump Company

The Trump International Hotel and Tower in Panama City, third building from left, in 2011.
Investigators Eye Possible $100 Million Construction Fraud

Investigators Eye Possible $100 Million Construction Fraud

The Lexington Avenue offices of Bloomberg L.P., where investigators have served subpoenas related to an inquiry into fraud within the interior construction industry. Bloomberg may have been swindled
Billy Graham Warned Against Embracing a President. His Son Has Gone Another Way.

Billy Graham Warned Against Embracing a President. His Son Has Gone Another Way.

Construction crews prepared a tent on the campus of the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, N.C., where the funeral service for the Rev. Billy Graham will be held.
Trump’s Tax Cuts in Hand, Companies Spend More on Themselves Than on Wages

Trump’s Tax Cuts in Hand, Companies Spend More on Themselves Than on Wages

Warren E. Buffett said that his company, Berkshire Hathaway, might consider buying back shares.
Georgia Republicans Vow to Kill Airline Tax-Cut Bill After Delta Ends N.R.A. Discount

Georgia Republicans Vow to Kill Airline Tax-Cut Bill After Delta Ends N.R.A. Discount

A proposed tax cut in Georgia, which would primarily benefit Delta Air Lines, was in jeopardy on Monday after the state’s lieutenant governor vowed to kill the legislation after the company eliminated
George S. Kaufman, Who Revived Astoria Studios, Dies at 89

George S. Kaufman, Who Revived Astoria Studios, Dies at 89

George S. Kaufman displayed drawings of restoration and expansion plans for the Astoria studios in Queens in March 1983.
Vietnam '67: When Walter Cronkite Pronounced the War a ‘Stalemate’

Vietnam '67: When Walter Cronkite Pronounced the War a ‘Stalemate’

When Walter Cronkite assessed the military’s progress in the Vietnam War in 1968, his view departed from the government’s official optimism and influenced public opinion.
How a Deal to Sell the Weinstein Company Fell Apart

How a Deal to Sell the Weinstein Company Fell Apart

The entertainment studio that Harvey Weinstein helped to found has been imploding after decades of harassment allegations against Mr. Weinstein came to light in October.
Sheriff’s Deputy Defends Actions in Florida Shooting, Denying He Was a ‘Coward’

Sheriff’s Deputy Defends Actions in Florida Shooting, Denying He Was a ‘Coward’

Scot Peterson in 2015. Mr. Peterson, a former Broward deputy, initially received a call of “firecrackers — and not gunfire” near the freshman building at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a
Defense Rests Its Case in Major New York Corruption Trial

Defense Rests Its Case in Major New York Corruption Trial

Closing arguments in the federal corruption trial of Joseph Percoco and three other defendants will begin on Tuesday.
Op-Ed Columnist: A Generation Emerging From the Wreckage

Op-Ed Columnist: A Generation Emerging From the Wreckage

Yale students gathered for a class about happiness in January.
Slovak Journalist Found Shot to Death at Home

Slovak Journalist Found Shot to Death at Home

Police officers stood guard outside the site where Jan Kuciak, a journalist, and his fiancée, Martina Kusnirova, were killed in Velka Maca, Slovakia.
Contractors Are Leaving Puerto Rico, Where Many Still Lack Power

Contractors Are Leaving Puerto Rico, Where Many Still Lack Power

Workers installing a power pole in Coamo, P.R., last month. Nearly 1,000 workers have left the island in the last two weeks in what the Army Corps of Engineers calls a “responsible drawdown.”