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Eric Holder’s Group Targets All-G.O.P. States to Attack Gerrymandering

Eric Holder’s Group Targets All-G.O.P. States to Attack Gerrymandering

Eric H. Holder Jr., of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, said in an interview that the group was determined to deny Republicans so-called trifectas in state governments — places where a

Fake Doctor in India Suspected of Infecting Dozens With H.I.V.

He is thought to have reused the same dirty needle on dozens of poor patients, telling them an injection would make them feel better.
White House Memo: Trump’s Latest Surprise: Shutdown Might Be a Good Idea

White House Memo: Trump’s Latest Surprise: Shutdown Might Be a Good Idea

President Trump during a discussion on the gang MS-13 on Tuesday at the White House.
Op-Ed Columnist: Everyone Is Going All the Way

Op-Ed Columnist: Everyone Is Going All the Way

Israeli border police officers fired tear gas at Palestinians during clashes last week after a protest of President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Supreme Court Issues Partial Stay in North Carolina Voting Case

Supreme Court Issues Partial Stay in North Carolina Voting Case

The Supreme Court in Washington. On Tuesday, it partly granted a request from North Carolina Republicans to block a voting map drawn by a federal court there.
Senate Letter Echoes House Republicans’ Accusations of Bias

Senate Letter Echoes House Republicans’ Accusations of Bias

Representative Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee and the author of the rival memo, said President Trump should not block parts of the document from the public unless it
Failure to Screen for Sleep Apnea Led to 2 Recent Train Crashes

Failure to Screen for Sleep Apnea Led to 2 Recent Train Crashes

A New Jersey Transit commuter train crashed inside the Hoboken Terminal in 2016, killing a bystander and injuring more than 100 others.
Editorial: Do You Think Donald Trump Is Ready for a Real Financial Crisis?

Editorial: Do You Think Donald Trump Is Ready for a Real Financial Crisis?

A feed of President Trump speaking was shown live in November on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Idaho Stripped Climate Change From School Guidelines. Now, It’s a Battle.

Idaho Stripped Climate Change From School Guidelines. Now, It’s a Battle.

Gov. C. L. Otter of Idaho in the State Legislature last month. He supports efforts to implement new standards that include climate science education.

Trilobites: Toads Eat Beetles. Sometimes, Beetles Make Them Regret Their Meal Choice.

When toads swallow bombardier beetles, the beetles produce a poison that prompts some of the toads to vomit them up still alive, researchers found.
How an N.F.L. Player’s Death Turned Into a Political Exhibit

How an N.F.L. Player’s Death Turned Into a Political Exhibit

President Trump on Tuesday at a White House meeting with law enforcement officials on the MS-13 gang.
Los Angeles Times Said to Be Nearing Sale to Billionaire Doctor

Los Angeles Times Said to Be Nearing Sale to Billionaire Doctor

The Los Angeles Times has in the last year dealt with a successful unionization vote, a leave of absence for its publisher and a swelling sense of mistrust in its newsroom.
Three Independent Danish Brands to Know

Three Independent Danish Brands to Know

Cecilie Bahnsen (right) worked for Erdem and John Galliano before launching her LVMH Prize-nominated label. From left: a white cotton blouse and shorts and a quilted silk shirt and Welsh knit sweater

MS-13: The Homegrown Gang Trump Wants to Deport

President Trump has used MS-13 to justify hardline immigration policies. But the gang he’s trying to root out was born right here in the United States.
Poland’s ‘Death Camp’ Law Tears at Shared Bonds of Suffering With Jews

Poland’s ‘Death Camp’ Law Tears at Shared Bonds of Suffering With Jews

Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki of Poland at the Ulma Family Museum of Poles Saving Jews in World War II in Markowa, Poland, last week. He said a new law aimed to ensure the telling of “true