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Couple Who Tortured 12 Children in Their California Home Are Sentenced to Life

Couple Who Tortured 12 Children in Their California Home Are Sentenced to Life

The couple starved, beat and shackled their children to their beds. Their crimes were only discovered when one child found the courage to escape and call for help.
Nipsey Hussle Was Hailed as a Hero. But to California Officials, He Was Still a Gangster.

Nipsey Hussle Was Hailed as a Hero. But to California Officials, He Was Still a Gangster.

Thousands gathered to mourn Nipsey Hussle with a procession through the streets of South Los Angeles last week.
How Don McGahn Handled a Dishonest President

How Don McGahn Handled a Dishonest President

Don McGahn, the White House counsel, at a cabinet meeting last year.
Amy Schumer, Ali Wong and the Rise of Pregnant Stand-Up

Amy Schumer, Ali Wong and the Rise of Pregnant Stand-Up

Ali Wong, Christina P., Amy Schumer and Natasha Leggero are among the comedians who have worked their pregnancies into their acts.
Merger Talks of Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank Roil Emotions

Merger Talks of Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank Roil Emotions

A merger of Deutsche Bank and Commerzbank would leave Germany with only one large publicly traded bank, compared with at least four a decade ago.
Mueller Report Updates: Sarah Sanders Defends ‘Slip of the Tongue’ F.B.I. Remarks

Mueller Report Updates: Sarah Sanders Defends ‘Slip of the Tongue’ F.B.I. Remarks

President Trump and Melania Trump, the first lady, departing the White House on Thursday for a trip to their Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.

To View Online Porn, First Show Your Papers: U.K. Will Begin Age Checks

From July, commercial providers of pornography will have to verify their users are over 18, either through identity documents or passes bought face to face.
Subway Chief May Quit Over Tensions With Cuomo, Colleagues Fear

Subway Chief May Quit Over Tensions With Cuomo, Colleagues Fear

Andy Byford is president of New York City Transit, an arm of the authority that runs the subway and buses.
City Kitchen: A Dish That Only Looks Highly Dramatic

City Kitchen: A Dish That Only Looks Highly Dramatic

Black rice, bok choy and mushrooms make a hearty meal.
Vows: Undeniable Connections Just Waiting to Be Discovered

Vows: Undeniable Connections Just Waiting to Be Discovered

Deb Kaplan Jacoby and Mitchell Messinger danced to “I Lava You,” from Disney’s 2014 animated film “Lava,” during their wedding reception at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills.
A Good Appetite: This Pie Is the Best Kind of Tart

A Good Appetite: This Pie Is the Best Kind of Tart

Tamarind cream pie, a pie for lovers of tangy desserts.
Under Pressure, Leaders in Horse Racing Industry Move to Limit Medication Use

Under Pressure, Leaders in Horse Racing Industry Move to Limit Medication Use

Joel Rosario rode Game Winner to victory in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile race at Churchill Downs last year. With the eyes of the sports world turning to the Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs and the two
Yankees and Flyers Will Stop Playing Kate Smith After Discovering Racist Songs

Yankees and Flyers Will Stop Playing Kate Smith After Discovering Racist Songs

Kate Smith singing “God Bless America” before a 1975 playoff game between the Flyers and the Islanders.
In ‘Gentleman Jack,’ Sally Wainwright Brings a Fascinating Life From Diary to Screen

In ‘Gentleman Jack,’ Sally Wainwright Brings a Fascinating Life From Diary to Screen

Sally Wainwright spent hours poring over the voluminous diaries of Anne Lister, the 19th century Englishwoman at the center of “Gentleman Jack.”