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Who Is Roger Stone?

Roger J. Stone Jr., a longtime Trump adviser, has been charged as part of the investigation by the special counsel, Robert Mueller. He was arrested in a pre-dawn F.B.I. raid in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.,
The Wilbur Ross Debacle

The Wilbur Ross Debacle

Wilbur Ross, the commerce secretary, in his Washington office last October.
YouTube Moves to Make Conspiracy Videos Harder to Find

YouTube Moves to Make Conspiracy Videos Harder to Find

After years of criticism that YouTube led viewers to conspiracy theory videos, the company said it would no longer recommend what it deemed to be “borderline content.”

What Penn Badgley Wants Us to Learn From ‘You’

When viewers swooned over his creepy character on the hit series, Badgley fired back on social media. Now, he reflects on his tweets and the show’s impact.

Anatomy of a Scene: ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ and How a Scene Crawled to Life

The directors of the Oscar-nominated film discuss the spider-bite sequence that changes everything for its main character, Miles Morales.
Venezuela’s Opposition Leader Calls for More Protests ‘if They Dare to Kidnap Me’

Venezuela’s Opposition Leader Calls for More Protests ‘if They Dare to Kidnap Me’

Venezuela’s opposition leader, Juan Guaidó, speaking at a public plaza in Caracas, the capital, on Friday.
Roger Stone Arrested in Mueller Investigation Into Trump Campaign

Roger Stone Arrested in Mueller Investigation Into Trump Campaign

Roger J. Stone Jr., long an informal adviser to President Trump, has changed his story about whether he had advance knowledge in 2016 of leaks of emails aimed at hurting Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Roger Stone, Nancy Pelosi, Venezuela: Your Friday Briefing

Roger Stone, Nancy Pelosi, Venezuela: Your Friday Briefing

Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, on Thursday.
Across Australia, Yet Another Scorching Summer

Across Australia, Yet Another Scorching Summer

A wildfire in Tasmania. The southern Australian island, usually a summer retreat for residents of the country’s Gold Coast, had 56 active wildfires as of Friday.

U.N. Execution Expert Will Investigate Khashoggi Killing

The inquiry marks the first United Nations involvement in the case, but it falls short of the full, formal investigation demanded by Turkey.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: Making Sense of a $238 Million Apartment

New York Today: N.Y. Today: Making Sense of a $238 Million Apartment

The Whitney mansion at 871 Fifth Avenue as it appeared in 1894. It was demolished in 1942.
Djokovic Advances to Australian Open Final Against Nadal

Djokovic Advances to Australian Open Final Against Nadal

Novak Djokovic confidently lived up to his favored status in Friday’s semifinal, backed by a strong serve, powerfully deep returns and sharp angles.
The Chavista Revolution Has Come Full Circle

The Chavista Revolution Has Come Full Circle

A rally against President Nicolás Maduro of Venezuela on Wednesday, during which Juan Guaidó, the country's opposition leader, declared himself “acting president.”
Sunday Routine: How Madison McFerrin, Singer, Spends Her Sundays

Sunday Routine: How Madison McFerrin, Singer, Spends Her Sundays

Madison McFerrin, at home with her boyfriend and manager, Ned Levy.

At War: The Day They Came to Tell Me My Husband Died

Grieving people remember compassion, like the compassion I received from the sheriff’s deputies who stayed by my side until I was no longer alone.
The Romance of Real Estate

The Romance of Real Estate

“Sometimes you meet people and there is instant ease,” said Gabriella Winter, an associate broker at the Corcoran Group, with her husband, Doug Stone, a former client.