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Liu Xia, in Call From China, Tells of the Agony of Endless Captivity

Liu Xia, in Call From China, Tells of the Agony of Endless Captivity

Liu Xia holding a portrait of her husband, the dissident Liu Xiaobo, during his funeral in Shenyang, China, last year. Her supporters have been trying to arrange a move to Germany, but she remains
He Wrote Disturbing Plans for a School Shooting. But Was That a Crime?

He Wrote Disturbing Plans for a School Shooting. But Was That a Crime?

Jack Sawyer, center, was detained after the police found a journal in his car that laid out disturbing plans for a school shooting. The most serious charges were dropped, and he was released on bail.
Judge Questions Whether Mueller Has Overstepped His Authority on Manafort

Judge Questions Whether Mueller Has Overstepped His Authority on Manafort

A federal judge questioned on Friday the authority of the special counsel to prosecute Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman, on financial fraud and other charges.
Tough Choices, and Criticism, for Emily’s List as Democratic Women Flood Primaries

Tough Choices, and Criticism, for Emily’s List as Democratic Women Flood Primaries

Representative Michelle Lujan Grisham, Democrat of New Mexico, said that “there’s no way I would be here” without Emily’s List, which backed her in 2012 but not in her first run for Congress in 2008.
Your Money: Public Servants Do Get Student Loan Forgiveness. Meet One of the First.

Your Money: Public Servants Do Get Student Loan Forgiveness. Meet One of the First.

Michael Mitchell, a professional musician with debt from graduate school, turned to social work and received a master’s degree in 2006. His diligence in following a federal program’s rules erased his
Can the Nobel Restore Its Honor?

Can the Nobel Restore Its Honor?

Kazuo Ishiguro, left, receiving the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature from King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden in December.
Citing ‘Crisis of Confidence,’ Academy Calls Off Nobel Literature Prize

Citing ‘Crisis of Confidence,’ Academy Calls Off Nobel Literature Prize

Before the announcement of the 2016 Nobel Prize in literature. The Swedish Academy, rocked by turmoil, will not award the prize this year.
Jobless Rate Looks Like Old Times, but the Economy Doesn’t

Jobless Rate Looks Like Old Times, but the Economy Doesn’t

A worker at Neenah Foundry in Neenah, Wis., which has been turning out metal products for generations. Fifty years ago, manufacturing accounted for one in four jobs; now it’s not even one in 10.
De Blasio’s Plan for Safe Injection Sites Faces Many Hurdles

De Blasio’s Plan for Safe Injection Sites Faces Many Hurdles

Mayor Bill de Blasio may have satisfied protesters who called for New York City to introduce safe injection sites, but it remains to be seen if federal law enforcement authorities will approve.
Pence’s Doctor Resigns as White House Medical Shake-Up Continues

Pence’s Doctor Resigns as White House Medical Shake-Up Continues

Vice President Mike Pence’s office didn’t elaborate on the reason for his doctor’s abrupt departure on Friday.
Indiana Serial Killer Pleads Guilty to Murders of Seven Women

Indiana Serial Killer Pleads Guilty to Murders of Seven Women

Darren D. Vann, 47, preyed on those who were disconnected from their families and could not be readily found, officials said. He pleaded guilty on Friday to seven counts of murder in an Indiana court.
Facebook Adds A.I. Labs in Seattle and Pittsburgh, Pressuring Local Universities

Facebook Adds A.I. Labs in Seattle and Pittsburgh, Pressuring Local Universities

Facebook says artificial intelligence can help it spot misinformation or unwanted content. It is dipping more and more into academia to find the people who can help build that technology.
Working for Trump, Giuliani Attacks His Law-Enforcement Roots

Working for Trump, Giuliani Attacks His Law-Enforcement Roots

Before he was mayor, and well before he worked for President Trump, Rudolph W. Giuliani spent years as a prosecutor and Justice Department official.
Caught in the Theranos Wreckage: Betsy DeVos, Rupert Murdoch and Walmart’s Waltons

Caught in the Theranos Wreckage: Betsy DeVos, Rupert Murdoch and Walmart’s Waltons

The high-profile investors, including Ms. DeVos and Mr. Murdoch, collectively invested about $600 million in the company Theranos.
Connecticut Court Reverses Murder Conviction of Michael Skakel

Connecticut Court Reverses Murder Conviction of Michael Skakel

The Connecticut Supreme Court on Friday vacated the conviction of Michael Skakel, who had been found guilty of murdering his neighbor with a golf club in 1975.
Is China a Colonial Power?

Is China a Colonial Power?

The Yantai Railway Station in China’s Shandong Province.
Renewing Bond With the N.R.A., Trump Appeals for Help in the Midterms

Renewing Bond With the N.R.A., Trump Appeals for Help in the Midterms

President Trump addressed the National Rifle Association Leadership Forum in Dallas on Friday.
3 Women Sue Charlie Rose and CBS, Alleging Harassment

3 Women Sue Charlie Rose and CBS, Alleging Harassment

Two former employees of Charlie Rose and a current assistant at CBS say in a lawsuit filed Friday that Mr. Rose sexually harassed them and that managers knew about complaints against him before
Fact Check of the Day: Trump Exaggerates Mueller Team’s Ties to Obama and Democrats

Fact Check of the Day: Trump Exaggerates Mueller Team’s Ties to Obama and Democrats

President Trump addressing the National Rifle Association Leadership Forum on Friday in Dallas.