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Black History Trail Makes 200 Stops Across Massachusetts

Black History Trail Makes 200 Stops Across Massachusetts

The Royall House in Medford, Mass., the colonial-era home of Massachusetts’s largest slaveholding family.
2020 Democrats Embrace Race-Conscious Policies, Including Reparations

2020 Democrats Embrace Race-Conscious Policies, Including Reparations

Senator Kamala Harris at Sylvia’s restaurant in Harlem on Thursday. Some Democratic presidential candidates, including Ms. Harris, have expressed support for overtly race-conscious legislation.
critic’s pick: A Victory for the Civil War ‘Cyclorama’

critic’s pick: A Victory for the Civil War ‘Cyclorama’

“The Battle of Atlanta,” created by the American Panorama Company in 1886, features an encounter between Union and Confederate soldiers. The Atlanta History Center raised $35 million for a new

How to Choose the Right Perfume or Cologne for You

Choosing a perfume is tough, but the experts are here to help you find a fragrance that you’ll love for years.
It Was the Hottest Oscar Night Party. What Happened?

It Was the Hottest Oscar Night Party. What Happened?

The Vanity Fair Oscar party, once an exclusive post-show happening, is now the finale of a week of lucrative branded events.
Roger Stone Placed Under Gag Order Over Instagram Post

Roger Stone Placed Under Gag Order Over Instagram Post

A judge warned Roger J. Stone Jr. that if he violated her order, she would revoke his bail and put him behind bars for the duration of his trial.
Big City: The Decriminalization of Black Hair

Big City: The Decriminalization of Black Hair

A New Jersey referee forced Andrew Johnson, a high school wrestler, to have his locs cut off before a match last December.
What We Know About R. Kelly’s Two-Decade Trail of Sexual Abuse Accusations

What We Know About R. Kelly’s Two-Decade Trail of Sexual Abuse Accusations

R. Kelly has been fending off various accusations for more than 20 years, including lawsuits and a grand jury indictment in 2002.
New Election Ordered in North Carolina Race at Center of Fraud Inquiry

New Election Ordered in North Carolina Race at Center of Fraud Inquiry

The Republican candidate Mark Harris said a new election should occur after being confronted with evidence of campaign illegalities.
The New York Times Endorses Jumaane Williams for Public Advocate

The New York Times Endorses Jumaane Williams for Public Advocate

Jumaane Williams speaking at a forum for candidates for New York City public advocate.
The Stench of Prejudice in Keith Tharpe’s Death Sentence

The Stench of Prejudice in Keith Tharpe’s Death Sentence

The Supreme Court issued a last-minute stay because a juror’s affidavit, in the court’s words, presented “a strong factual basis” that Keith Tharpe’s race affected the juror's vote.
Venezuela’s Ex-Spy Chief Rejects Maduro, Accusing Leader’s Inner Circle of Corruption

Venezuela’s Ex-Spy Chief Rejects Maduro, Accusing Leader’s Inner Circle of Corruption

In 2017, the Treasury Department imposed sanctions against Tareck El Aissami, center, then vice president, calling him a “prominent Venezuelan drug trafficker.”
North Carolina Republican at Center of Fraud Inquiry Calls for New Election

North Carolina Republican at Center of Fraud Inquiry Calls for New Election

Mark Harris, the Republican candidate in the disputed race for North Carolina’s Ninth Congressional District, on Thursday called for a new election.
Democrats for Family Values

Democrats for Family Values

Elizabeth Warren's child care plan would be a life-changer for many parents trying to return to the work force.

Wait —: Wait — What Is a Hole?

A journey down the rabbit hole of “holes.”
Looking to Technology to Avoid Doctors’ Offices and Emergency Rooms

Looking to Technology to Avoid Doctors’ Offices and Emergency Rooms

Jeff Brue, founder of OpenDrives, outside of his hospital room in Charleston, S.C. His system will allow hospitals to store high resolution M.R.I. and C.T. scans and other 3-D images on its network
Zion Williamson’s Injury Has Some Saying He Should Quit Duke

Zion Williamson’s Injury Has Some Saying He Should Quit Duke

The Duke star Zion Williamson sprained his right knee when his Nike shoe broke apart in the first minute of a game on Wednesday.
USA Today Searched Old Yearbooks for Blackface Photos. It Found One Published by Its Editor.

USA Today Searched Old Yearbooks for Blackface Photos. It Found One Published by Its Editor.

Nicole Carroll, the editor in chief of USA Today, last April. “I am sorry for the hurt I caused back then and the hurt it will cause today,” she wrote this week about overseeing the publication of a
Bangladesh, Xinjiang, Venezuela: Your Friday Briefing

Bangladesh, Xinjiang, Venezuela: Your Friday Briefing

Tahir Imin, a Uighur who had his blood drawn and face scanned by authorities in Xinjiang.
Netflix’s ‘Shtisel’ Is Binge-Worthy TV on a Strict Form of Judaism

Netflix’s ‘Shtisel’ Is Binge-Worthy TV on a Strict Form of Judaism

Dr. Shuly Rubin Schwartz, the provost of the Jewish Theological Seminary in Manhattan. “Everybody’s talking about it,” she said of “Shtisel,” mentioning her neighbors and a friend who is a Catholic