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Ivanka Trump Denies President Was Involved in Granting Security Clearance

Ivanka Trump Denies President Was Involved in Granting Security Clearance

Ivanka Trump, President Trump’s daughter and senior adviser, denied that her father was involved in her obtaining a security clearance.
Vows: The Vibe Was Electric and That Was Before the Coffee Buzz

Vows: The Vibe Was Electric and That Was Before the Coffee Buzz

Valentina Marie Lomborg and Matthew Wiley were married Jan. 5 in a star-themed outdoor wedding at the Earthscapes Garden Room in Palm Harbor, Fla.
The New A.A.F. Is Betting on Football, and on Betting

The New A.A.F. Is Betting on Football, and on Betting

The Alliance of American Football will play a February-to-April schedule. A league founder, Charlie Ebersol, acknowledged “it would be an act of insanity to try to compete with the N.F.L.”
Alexandre Bissonnette Sentenced to 40 Years Without Parole for Quebec Mosque Killings

Alexandre Bissonnette Sentenced to 40 Years Without Parole for Quebec Mosque Killings

Alexandre Bissonnette, who later pleaded guilty to six charges of first-degree murder in a shooting, arriving at the courthouse in Quebec City in 2017.
Attempted Raid on News Site’s Offices Prompts Outcry in France

Attempted Raid on News Site’s Offices Prompts Outcry in France

The Mediapart journalist Fabrice Arfi, at the microphones, and his colleague Edwy Plenel, right of him, at a news conference in Paris on Monday defending their news site.
Matthew Whitaker Says He Has Not Interfered in the Mueller Investigation

Matthew Whitaker Says He Has Not Interfered in the Mueller Investigation

Matthew G. Whitaker, the acting attorney general, testified Friday before the House Judiciary Committee.
Amazon HQ2 Deal Stirs New Tensions in New York

Amazon HQ2 Deal Stirs New Tensions in New York

New Yorkers protesting Amazon at City Hall. Opposition to the company’s plan to build a campus in Queens has intensified since the deal was announced in November.
House Democrats, Newly Empowered, Turn Their Investigations on Veterans Affairs

House Democrats, Newly Empowered, Turn Their Investigations on Veterans Affairs

Robert Wilkie, the veterans affairs secretary, at the State of the Union on Tuesday. House Democrats announced they would investigate the influence of President Trump’s associates on the agency.

Death Penalty Sought for Man Charged With Killing 5 in a Florida Bank Shooting

Zephen Xaver, 21, was charged last month with five counts of first-degree murder. A customer and four bank employees were killed in the shooting in Sebring, Fla.
Playlist: The Playlist: Ariana Grande’s Next Step, and 12 More New Songs

Playlist: The Playlist: Ariana Grande’s Next Step, and 12 More New Songs

Ariana Grande’s new album, “Thank U, Next,” is part of her plan to release music more like a rapper.
Jeff Bezos Isn’t Afraid of Total Exposure

Jeff Bezos Isn’t Afraid of Total Exposure

A classic headline from The New York Post on Friday about Jeff Bezos' accusations that David Pecker, publisher of The National Enquirer, sought to blackmail him.
Virginia’s Racist History Clashes With New South Image

Virginia’s Racist History Clashes With New South Image

To those who are eager to see Virginia move beyond its racist past, this past week’s tribulations have obscured the real progress the state has made in recent decades.
Virginia Lieutenant Governor Faces Eroding Support From Democrats After New Accuser Speaks

Virginia Lieutenant Governor Faces Eroding Support From Democrats After New Accuser Speaks

Lt. Gov. Justin E. Fairfax of Virginia is facing a wave of calls for his resignation after two women accused him of sexual assault.
Five Weeknight Dishes: Just a Little Fancy

Five Weeknight Dishes: Just a Little Fancy

Colu Henry’s pasta with scallops, tomatoes and herbs.

Barbra Siperstein, Crusader for Transgender Rights, Dies at 76

Married with three children, she became a vigorous advocate after her wife died. Her name is on a new New Jersey law on gender identity.
Before You Sip That Cocktail, a Few Safety Warnings

Before You Sip That Cocktail, a Few Safety Warnings

A new website focused on cocktail safety is primarily intended for bartenders, who since the early days of the current cocktail revival have reached for unorthodox ingredients to bring new flavors to

Complexifier, Mr. Bezos? It Is a Real Word, Just Not in English

Jeff Bezos, born in New Mexico, raised in Texas and educated at Princeton, must like the term, because he used it twice within a few sentences. And both times it referred to his ownership of The