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Trump Asked Key Witnesses About Matters They Discussed With Special Counsel

Trump Asked Key Witnesses About Matters They Discussed With Special Counsel

President Trump sought information from two witnesses about matters they had discussed with the special counsel’s office.
Kushner Meets With Mexican President, Underscoring Shift in U.S. Diplomacy

Kushner Meets With Mexican President, Underscoring Shift in U.S. Diplomacy

Enrique Peña Nieto in Mexico City on Wednesday. Plans for him to meet with President Trump have been abruptly canceled twice.
Op-Ed Columnist: Mr. Trump, Here’s a Teenage Hero; It’s Your Turn!

Op-Ed Columnist: Mr. Trump, Here’s a Teenage Hero; It’s Your Turn!

Sheriff Scott Israel visited Anthony Borges, 15, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, a few days after the Feb. 14 school shooting. Anthony was shot five times and remains hospitalized.
Trump Lawyer Obtained Restraining Order to Silence Stormy Daniels

Trump Lawyer Obtained Restraining Order to Silence Stormy Daniels

The adult film actress Stephanie Clifford, known as Stormy Daniels, who claimed to have had an affair with Donald J. Trump.
Op-Ed Columnist: Gary Cohn’s Breaking Point

Op-Ed Columnist: Gary Cohn’s Breaking Point

Gary Cohn at the White House last year. On Tuesday, he resigned as Donald Trump’s top economic adviser.
In Memory of a Radical, Sex-Positive Literary Icon

In Memory of a Radical, Sex-Positive Literary Icon

Bjarne Melgaard, who co-curated “Kathy Acker: Who Wants to Be Human All the Time,” a new show focusing on the literary icon, created a puppet inspired by Acker.
Opinion: We’re All Fascists Now

Opinion: We’re All Fascists Now

A sign protesting a speech by the conservative radio host Ben Shapiro at the University of California, Berkeley, last year.
Arizona State Suspends Lawrence Krauss During Inquiry Over Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Arizona State Suspends Lawrence Krauss During Inquiry Over Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Lawrence Krauss, left, with Robert Rosner, chairman of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, unveiling the Doomsday Clock in Washington in January.
Coca-Cola’s Move to Juice Up Sales in Japan: Add a Splash of Booze

Coca-Cola’s Move to Juice Up Sales in Japan: Add a Splash of Booze

A worker at a Coca-Cola plant near Tokyo. The soft drink giant plans to introduce a fizzy, flavored drink with alcohol in the Japanese market.
Ad Agencies’ Reckoning on Sexual Harassment Comes on Instagram, Anonymously

Ad Agencies’ Reckoning on Sexual Harassment Comes on Instagram, Anonymously

The @DietMadisonAve account has used Instagram Stories, where posts disappear after 24 hours, to publish the names of men accused of harassment.
The Future of Beauty in Three Frantic Days

The Future of Beauty in Three Frantic Days

The atmosphere at the International Beauty Show is equal parts Old World bazaar and Las Vegas Strip.
Op-Ed Contributor: The West Virginia Teacher Strike Was Just the Start

Op-Ed Contributor: The West Virginia Teacher Strike Was Just the Start

Teachers and demonstrators at a rally outside the state capitol in Charleston, W.Va., last week.
Nonfiction: Learning From Israel’s Political Assassination Program

Nonfiction: Learning From Israel’s Political Assassination Program

Thousands of Palestinians accompany the coffin of the Hamas spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, killed by an Israeli helicopter strike in 2004.
How Tequila Replaced Cosmos as the Celebrity Quaff of Choice

How Tequila Replaced Cosmos as the Celebrity Quaff of Choice

Photo illustration by Tracy Ma/The New York Times; Getty Images (shot glass)
How the Parkland Students Got So Good at Social Media

How the Parkland Students Got So Good at Social Media

Sarah Chadwick, left, and Delaney Tarr, third from the left, were frequent users of Twitter before the shooting at their school, and have used their accounts to further their message.