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Pet Walruses, Hidden Bacon and Other Violations of Actual U.S. Law

Mike Chase’s “How to Become a Federal Criminal” is, as its subtitle promises, “an illustrated handbook for the aspiring offender.” It’s also very funny.
Assange Indicted Under Espionage Act, Raising First Amendment Issues

Assange Indicted Under Espionage Act, Raising First Amendment Issues

The WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces 17 counts in a superseding indictment over his role in obtaining and publishing classified documents in 2010.
My Miscarriage Cured My Fear of Childbirth

My Miscarriage Cured My Fear of Childbirth

It was a heartbreaking yet galvanizing preview of what the human body can endure — physically, emotionally and spiritually.
Narendra Modi, India’s ‘Watchman,’ Captures Historic Election Victory

Narendra Modi, India’s ‘Watchman,’ Captures Historic Election Victory

Mr. Modi’s party captured a commanding parliamentary majority for the second time in a row, a feat not achieved for decades.
As California Wildfire Season Looms, Finding Tree Trimmers Is a New Problem

As California Wildfire Season Looms, Finding Tree Trimmers Is a New Problem

For Pacific Gas & Electric, it isn’t easy mustering crews to thin the forests where its equipment might cause fires.

Britons Pause to Vote in an Election Many Did Not Want

But voting for the European Parliament was an ideal way to cast protest ballots against the Tories and Labour, they said. Both parties seemed headed to humiliating defeat.
Has Trump Handed Democrats an Opening in Red America?

Has Trump Handed Democrats an Opening in Red America?

The G.O.P. has left soybean fields littered with $20 bills for enterprising Democratic presidential hopefuls to pick up.
Senate Passes Long-Deferred Disaster Relief Package

Senate Passes Long-Deferred Disaster Relief Package

Lawmakers reached agreement on a long-delayed disaster relief package, overcoming President Trump’s opposition to Puerto Rico aid and setting aside his border demands.
A Subway Saboteur Is Pulling Brakes Across the System, Causing Big Delays

A Subway Saboteur Is Pulling Brakes Across the System, Causing Big Delays

Officials say that hundreds of trains appear to have been delayed since January, possibly by a single man who has pulled emergency brakes on dozens of trains, causing cascading delays.

‘Halston’ Review: The Designer as Unsolved Mystery

An energetic documentary about Halston paints a vivid picture of the atmosphere around him, but the man himself remains elusive.
Trump Considering Sending More Troops to Middle East to Protect U.S. Forces There

Trump Considering Sending More Troops to Middle East to Protect U.S. Forces There

The acting defense secretary, who briefed White House officials on the military options, gave no indication of how many troops were under consideration.
The Bank That Kept Saying Yes to Trump

The Bank That Kept Saying Yes to Trump

Despite repeated red flags over two decades, Deutsche Bank lent Donald Trump more than $2 billion, becoming the president’s biggest creditor — and a bearer of his financial secrets.

President Pete? One-on-One With Buttigieg

An interview with Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend on his 2020 presidential campaign
Trump Is Using His Pardon Power to Reward Violence and Cruelty

Trump Is Using His Pardon Power to Reward Violence and Cruelty

His vision of how to act “tough” extends from war crimes to police brutality and doesn’t stop there.
Many Adults Would Struggle to Find $400, the Fed Finds

Many Adults Would Struggle to Find $400, the Fed Finds

Household finances are improving in a strong job market, but just six in 10 adults still could cover a surprise expense without selling something or borrowing money.
Trump and Pelosi Trade Barbs, Both Questioning the Other’s Fitness

Trump and Pelosi Trade Barbs, Both Questioning the Other’s Fitness

President Trump and Speaker Nancy Pelosi traded accusations that the other was unfit for office, as a war of words between the party leaders accelerated.
Pelosi Says Democrats Are ‘Not on a Path to Impeachment’

Pelosi Says Democrats Are ‘Not on a Path to Impeachment’

Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the president was trying to precipitate a crisis through his stonewalling and suggested that he was too unstable to govern the country.
Trump Gives Farmers $16 Billion in Aid Amid Prolonged China Trade War

Trump Gives Farmers $16 Billion in Aid Amid Prolonged China Trade War

The Trump administration announced an aid package for farmers on Thursday to mollify an important political constituency hurt by a trade clash with China.
Jussie Smollett’s Case File Is Unsealed by Judge

Jussie Smollett’s Case File Is Unsealed by Judge

A group of media organizations, including The New York Times, asked the court to unseal the records regarding the actor’s case, citing a need for more transparency.