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Review: Hot Stuff Turns Cold in ‘Summer: The Donna Summer Musical’

Review: Hot Stuff Turns Cold in ‘Summer: The Donna Summer Musical’

LaChanze, center, as the title character in her prime in “Summer: The Donna Summer Musical.”
Gender Pay Gap? Maybe Not in the Corner Office, a Study Shows

Gender Pay Gap? Maybe Not in the Corner Office, a Study Shows

Despite the efforts of some companies to address a gender pay disparity, women still earn less than men. But a new study suggests that there may be no pay gap between male and female chief executives

Arizona Special Election: Does the Democrat Have a Chance?

A special election in Arizona was spurred by a sex scandal, and polls show that this Republican stronghold has a chance at being won by a Democrat.
Waffle House Shooting Suspect Once Had His Guns Taken Away. He Got Them Back.

Waffle House Shooting Suspect Once Had His Guns Taken Away. He Got Them Back.

Travis Reinking after he was captured by the police on Monday in Nashville.
How Looming Privacy Regulations May Strengthen Facebook and Google

How Looming Privacy Regulations May Strengthen Facebook and Google

Facebook and Google may emerge stronger after Europe enacts sweeping new regulations that prioritize people’s data privacy.
George Bush Is Hospitalized One Day After Wife’s Funeral

George Bush Is Hospitalized One Day After Wife’s Funeral

President George Bush at St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Houston on Saturday for the funeral for his wife, Barbara. He was hospitalized the next day.
Op-Ed Columnist: Hope in Arizona

Op-Ed Columnist: Hope in Arizona

Hiral Tipirneni, the Democratic nominee in the special congressional election in Arizona on Tuesday, campaigning in Sun City. She’s hoping to replace Trent Franks, a Republican who resigned.

Van Jumps Curb and Kills at Least 10 in Toronto

The driver’s arrest was captured on video by the police, who say they have not established a motive.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: An American Tragedy in Nashville

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: An American Tragedy in Nashville

Residents of the Nashville apartment complex where the Waffle House shooting suspect lived watched on Monday as police officers worked near the wooded area where the man had been captured.
Op-Ed Contributors: Republicans to the Court: Strike Down the Travel Ban

Op-Ed Contributors: Republicans to the Court: Strike Down the Travel Ban

A protest against the revised travel ban outside the Customs and Border Protection headquarters in Washington last year.
Google’s Parent Company Spends Like It’s Thinking of a Future Beyond Ads

Google’s Parent Company Spends Like It’s Thinking of a Future Beyond Ads

Alphabet, Google’s parent company, spent big in the first quarter on new data centers and services aimed at businesses.
The Fight for Wisconsin Is On as Outside Money Pours Into Senate Race

The Fight for Wisconsin Is On as Outside Money Pours Into Senate Race

Republican-financed advertisements targeting Senator Tammy Baldwin, a Democrat seeking re-election this year, have been airing in Wisconsin since early 2017.
When — if Ever — Will the Super Bowl Champion Eagles Visit the White House?

When — if Ever — Will the Super Bowl Champion Eagles Visit the White House?

Rodney McLeod, Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long of the Eagles during the national anthem before a game last season.
After Late Vote Switch, Senate Panel Approves Pompeo for Secretary of State

After Late Vote Switch, Senate Panel Approves Pompeo for Secretary of State

Mike Pompeo this month on Capitol Hill. On Monday, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee approved his confirmation to be the next secretary of state.
Trumps Throw Out Tradition for Their First State Dinner

Trumps Throw Out Tradition for Their First State Dinner

Melania Trump, the first lady, has instructed her staff not to agonize over details of Tuesday’s state dinner and to stay focused.
Op-Ed Columnist: We Don’t Need No Education

Op-Ed Columnist: We Don’t Need No Education

Thousands of teachers rallied for education funding at the state Capitol in Frankfort, Ky., two weeks ago.
Prince’s Family Sues Hospital That Treated His First Opioid Overdose

Prince’s Family Sues Hospital That Treated His First Opioid Overdose

Prince’s family says that the medical care he received at an Illinois hospital a week before his death was faulty, according to a lawsuit filed Monday.
After Each Attack He Carried the Wounded. Then He Became a Victim.

After Each Attack He Carried the Wounded. Then He Became a Victim.

Wakil Hussain Allahdad carrying a wounded girl after an attack by gunmen at a shrine in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 2016. He was killed in an attack on Sunday.