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College Removes Instructors as Students Find Their #MeToo Moment

College Removes Instructors as Students Find Their #MeToo Moment

Sofia Zarul Azham, left, and Dominique Machain, students at the School of Visual Arts, complained that their professor had acted inappropriately toward them.
Eric Schneiderman, Iran, Met Gala: Your Tuesday Briefing

Eric Schneiderman, Iran, Met Gala: Your Tuesday Briefing

Eric Schneiderman, the New York State attorney general, in April. Announcing his resignation on Monday, he said, “While these allegations are unrelated to my professional conduct or the operations of
How to Save the Saudi Golden Goose

How to Save the Saudi Golden Goose

A Saudi Aramco employee sits in the area of its exhibition at the Middle East Petrotech conference for the refining and petrochemical industries, in Manama, Bahrain, in 2016.
Fixes: Fighting Street Gun Violence as if It Were a Contagion

Fixes: Fighting Street Gun Violence as if It Were a Contagion

Demeatreas Whatley supervises Cure Violence’s new site in the Grand Crossing neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side, one of the city’s most violent places.
Everything You (and John Oliver) Need to Know About Koala Chlamydia

Everything You (and John Oliver) Need to Know About Koala Chlamydia

John Oliver, host of “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver,” said he was honored that the actor Russell Crowe had donated a koala chlamydia ward in his honor.
Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Tells Giuliani to Get His Facts Straight

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Tells Giuliani to Get His Facts Straight

Trevor Noah objected to Rudolph Giuliani’s attempts to reframe certain things he had recently said on the record as “rumors.”
How West Virginia Is Trying to Build Hacker-Proof Voting

How West Virginia Is Trying to Build Hacker-Proof Voting

Voting machines for Putnam County, W. Va., are secured in a building in Winfield, the county seat, when not in use. The state has been reinforcing its defenses against election tampering.
Does It Matter if You See a Film in a Theater or at Home?

Does It Matter if You See a Film in a Theater or at Home?

Watching movies at home is at the center of the Cannes-Netflix clash, but everyday viewers have a stake, too.
The 52 Places Traveler: In Chile, a Gorgeous, Very Rainy and Sometimes Lonely Journey

The 52 Places Traveler: In Chile, a Gorgeous, Very Rainy and Sometimes Lonely Journey

Scenes from Chile. Clockwise from top right: Petrohué River in the Los Lagos region near Puerto Varas; the view from Campground El Vulcán in Parque Pumalín; ferns in Parque Alerce Andino; the sunset
The Water Will Come, but Not to This Miami Home

The Water Will Come, but Not to This Miami Home

The living room of the South Beach home of Hany Boutros in Miami. The pool divides the bedroom wing on the left from the public spaces on the right.
These Lights Are Like a Mood Ring for Your Room

These Lights Are Like a Mood Ring for Your Room

Honeybrains cafe in New York has circadian lighting by Ketra, which aims to keep the body’s internal clock aligned with the 24-hour diurnal/nocturnal cycle.
Meet the 4 Superfans Who Go Crazy for Eurovision

Meet the 4 Superfans Who Go Crazy for Eurovision

Dedicated followers of the Eurovision Song Contest, clockwise from top left: Frank Lochthove in Berlin; Maria Bresic in Sydney, Australia; Ricardo Mohammed in New York; and James Sheen, a Briton who
Before Allegations, Eric Schneiderman Called Violence Against Women ‘Prevalent and Dangerous’

Before Allegations, Eric Schneiderman Called Violence Against Women ‘Prevalent and Dangerous’

Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman of New York in February. Before abruptly resigning after being accused of abuse by four former romantic partners, he had gained renown for defending women’s