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Unmistakable Divide Among Women in Virginia Over Accusations Against Fairfax

Unmistakable Divide Among Women in Virginia Over Accusations Against Fairfax

Lt. Gov. Justin E. Fairfax at the State House in Richmond, Va., on Monday. There is an unmistakable racial divide among women about whether to resolutely side with Mr. Fairfax’s accusers or to

Fiction: In This Ingenious Satire, a Father Goes to Extremes to Protect His Son From Racism

“We Cast a Shadow,” a first novel by Maurice Carlos Ruffin, is a hilarious and profound meditation on racial bias, and how it warps our capacity for love.
Where Will El Chapo Go to Prison? (And What Happens Next)

Where Will El Chapo Go to Prison? (And What Happens Next)

Richard P. Donoghue, the United States attorney for the Eastern District of New York, spoke with reporters after Joaquín Guzmán Loera’s conviction.
Big City: Can a Progressive Case Be Made for Amazon HQ2?

Big City: Can a Progressive Case Be Made for Amazon HQ2?

The political opposition to Amazon’s move to Queens doesn’t quite match the sentiment of those who would work there.
The Lonely Life of a Black Talent Agent in Hollywood

The Lonely Life of a Black Talent Agent in Hollywood

Lorrie Bartlett of ICM Partners, left; Brandon Lawrence of Creative Artists Agency; and J.B. Fitzgerald of United Talent Agency.

Lens: Martin Parr: 48 Years of Photographing the Quirky and Kitschy in Manchester

For almost half a century, the British photographer has captured the diversity and eccentricity of the city of Manchester in northwestern England.
Facebook Group of French Journalists Harassed Women for Years

Facebook Group of French Journalists Harassed Women for Years

An International Women’s Day march in Paris against sexual violence and harassment.

The Mother Who Wants to Put Air Pollution on Her Daughter’s Death Certificate

Millions die each year from dirty air. The trauma of a 9-year-old London girl may bring the dangers home.
T-Mobile-Sprint Deal Gets New Scrutiny From the Left

T-Mobile-Sprint Deal Gets New Scrutiny From the Left

T-Mobile last April announced its plan to buy Sprint for $26 billion. At the time, regulatory approval appeared likely, and the company still expects the deal to close this year.
France Dispatch: French Mayor Offers Shelter to Migrants, Despite the Government’s Objections

France Dispatch: French Mayor Offers Shelter to Migrants, Despite the Government’s Objections

Migrants lining up for food inside a shelter in Bayonne, France, about 22 miles from the Spanish border. Spain has become the prime gateway into Europe for refugees from Africa.
Why Amazon Is Caught in an Unexpected Brawl in New York

Why Amazon Is Caught in an Unexpected Brawl in New York

Supporters of the deal to bring Amazon to New York City rallied last month on the steps of City Hall.
Turkey, Huawei, Migration: Your Wednesday Briefing

Turkey, Huawei, Migration: Your Wednesday Briefing

Turkish soldiers accused of being involved in an attempted coup arriving at court in Ankara in 2017.
Westminster Dog Show: King Continues Reign of Terriers

Westminster Dog Show: King Continues Reign of Terriers

King, a wire fox terrier, was named best in show at the 143rd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, marking the 15th win for that breed.
Trump’s Trade War Leaves American Whiskey on the Rocks

Trump’s Trade War Leaves American Whiskey on the Rocks

Global exports of American whiskey, which had been rising, have slumped since President Trump put his tariffs in place.
Trump Pledged to End H.I.V. But His Policies Veer the Other Way.

Trump Pledged to End H.I.V. But His Policies Veer the Other Way.

A protest against the Trump administration’s transgender policies in New York in October. President Trump announced that his administration will aim to end H.I.V. by 2030, although many of his
‘Not All Fun and Memes’: BuzzFeed News Employees Plan to Form a Union

‘Not All Fun and Memes’: BuzzFeed News Employees Plan to Form a Union

A union organizing effort was already underway at BuzzFeed when the company laid off about 15 percent of its work force in January.
New York City Detective Killed by ‘Friendly Fire’ During Queens Robbery

New York City Detective Killed by ‘Friendly Fire’ During Queens Robbery

A New York City police officer was fatally shot Tuesday night, and another officer was wounded as they were responding to an armed robbery in Queens, police officials said.