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Blaming the Deep State: Officials Accused of Wrongdoing Adopt Trump’s Response

Blaming the Deep State: Officials Accused of Wrongdoing Adopt Trump’s Response

A Pentagon analyst, a former government contractor and others are parroting President Trump’s accusations of a “deep state” of detractors in law enforcement and other arms of national security.
Best of Late Night: Colbert Ridicules Stephen Miller for His ‘Fake Hair’

Best of Late Night: Colbert Ridicules Stephen Miller for His ‘Fake Hair’

Speaking with Stephen Colbert, “Stephen Miller” (played by Peter Grosz) railed against illegal immigration as tufts of hair suddenly appeared on his head.
China’s Leader Says Party Must Control ‘All Tasks,’ and Asian Markets Slump

China’s Leader Says Party Must Control ‘All Tasks,’ and Asian Markets Slump

Mr. Xi’s speech marked 40 years since China began to open up its economy. He said the first lesson from those decades of reform was the need to maintain Communist Party leadership “over all tasks.”
Walt Mossberg, Veteran Technology Journalist, Quits Facebook

Walt Mossberg, Veteran Technology Journalist, Quits Facebook

The technology journalist Walt Mossberg, left, in 2011 with Twitter’s chief executive at the time, Dick Costolo, at the All Things Digital conference in Palos Verdes, Calif.
Set It and Forget It: How Better Contraception Could Be a Key to Reducing Poverty

Set It and Forget It: How Better Contraception Could Be a Key to Reducing Poverty

Andrea Boyle, a family nurse practitioner, practiced inserting an IUD into an artificial uterus during a training session for Upstream in Delaware.
The El Chapo Trial: New York’s Newest Tourist Destination

The El Chapo Trial: New York’s Newest Tourist Destination

The Brooklyn trial of the Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo has drawn curiosity seekers from around the country.
A Toaster on Wheels to Deliver Groceries? Self-Driving Tech Tests Practical Uses

A Toaster on Wheels to Deliver Groceries? Self-Driving Tech Tests Practical Uses

Starting this week, two small self-driving cars made by Nuro, a start-up, will chug along at no faster than 25 miles an hour to deliver groceries in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Sprint, T-Mobile Deal Gets Green Light From U.S. Regulators

Sprint, T-Mobile Deal Gets Green Light From U.S. Regulators

A T-Mobile store next to a Sprint store in El Cerrito, Calif. Combined, the two would have about 100 million customers.
Russia, Yemen, France: Your Tuesday Briefing

Russia, Yemen, France: Your Tuesday Briefing

The Russian disinformation effort utilized Facebook as well as other social media platforms.
Document Provides New Details of Michael Flynn Interview With F.B.I.

Document Provides New Details of Michael Flynn Interview With F.B.I.

Michael T. Flynn, President Trump’s first national security adviser, in July in Washington.
States Ask Judge to Declare Health Law Still in Effect While Ruling Is Appealed

States Ask Judge to Declare Health Law Still in Effect While Ruling Is Appealed

A federal judge ruled the Affordable Care Act invalid on Friday but did not issue an injunction barring its enforcement, creating what California and 15 other states called “ambiguity” about whether
Facebook, Twitter and YouTube Withheld Russia Data, Reports Say

Facebook, Twitter and YouTube Withheld Russia Data, Reports Say

Social media companies including Facebook were sometimes evasive and misrepresented themselves to lawmakers when it came to discussing Russian interference, according to two new reports.
Yes, Russian Trolls Helped Elect Trump

Yes, Russian Trolls Helped Elect Trump

Supporters of Hillary Clinton reflected in a teleprompter at a campaign rally in Ohio in 2016. There is new evidence that Russian trolling may have affected the election.

Even a War Hero Is Not Above the Law

On the battlefield, listening to a small voice that says, ‘This is not normal.’

Some of the Popular Images and Themes the Russians Posted on Social Media

Using an array of accounts on multiple platforms and targeting a variety of demographics, the Russians have generated millions of interactions with their posts.
The Carpetbagger: Oscar Shortlists in 9 Categories Reveal Some Surprising Picks

The Carpetbagger: Oscar Shortlists in 9 Categories Reveal Some Surprising Picks

Fred Rogers, rehearsing “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” in 1989. “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?,” about this children’s TV host, was shortlisted in the documentary feature category.