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Trump Names Mick Mulvaney Acting Chief of Staff

Trump Names Mick Mulvaney Acting Chief of Staff

Among some senior White House officials, Mick Mulvaney had long been considered the “Original Plan B.”
On Pro Football: The Ravens’ Down-to-Earth Approach Is Unnerving the N.F.L.

On Pro Football: The Ravens’ Down-to-Earth Approach Is Unnerving the N.F.L.

Quarterback Lamar Jackson is averaging 84 yards per game rushing since taking over as a starter for the Ravens.

Andrew Frierson, Pioneering Black Opera Singer, Dies at 94

A bass-baritone, he made his professional debut with the New York City Opera and later encouraged other black opera singers, especially men.
Challengers of Affirmative Action Have a New Target: New York City’s Elite High Schools

Challengers of Affirmative Action Have a New Target: New York City’s Elite High Schools

Stuyvesant High School is the most competitive of the eight test-in specialized schools in New York City.
The Year of Reckoning at CBS: Sexual Harassment Allegations and Attempts to Cover Them Up

The Year of Reckoning at CBS: Sexual Harassment Allegations and Attempts to Cover Them Up

CBS, which was run for decades by Leslie Moonves, has been reckoning with a series of misconduct allegations from across the network.
Church Leaders Sue Princeton Over ‘Stolen’ Manuscripts

Church Leaders Sue Princeton Over ‘Stolen’ Manuscripts

One of the manuscripts that the Eastern Orthodox Church is seeking to reclaim from Princeton University depicts St. John Climacus and his “Heavenly Ladder.”
The Weekly Standard, Pugnacious to the End, Will Cease Publication

The Weekly Standard, Pugnacious to the End, Will Cease Publication

The Weekly Standard’s editor in chief, Stephen F. Hayes, said he was “profoundly disappointed” by the decision on Friday to shutter the magazine.
Chris Collins Overcomes Indictment, Absentee Ballots, to Capture 4th House Term

Chris Collins Overcomes Indictment, Absentee Ballots, to Capture 4th House Term

After his indictment on insider trading charges, Representative Chris Collins ended his re-election campaign, only to resurrect it in September.
What Amazon Could Learn From Google in New York City

What Amazon Could Learn From Google in New York City

Google’s building in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, where the company has grown from having a single worker in 2000 to employing more than 7,000 in offices there.

Immigration Arrests and Deportations Are Rising, I.C.E. Data Show

The increase is the result of a Trump administration immigration crackdown reversing a policy that prioritized foreigners with criminal records or who posed security threats.
N.F.L. Injury Analysis as Fast as You Can Say Ouch

N.F.L. Injury Analysis as Fast as You Can Say Ouch

Dr. David Chao has plenty of screens going on the typical N.F.L. Sunday at his home in La Jolla, Calif.
How a National Security Investigation of Huawei Set Off an International Incident

How a National Security Investigation of Huawei Set Off an International Incident

American counterintelligence agents and prosecutors began exploring possible cases against Huawei’s leadership in 2010, a former federal law enforcement official said.
Mueller Rejects Flynn’s Attempt to Portray Himself as Victim of the F.B.I.

Mueller Rejects Flynn’s Attempt to Portray Himself as Victim of the F.B.I.

Michael T. Flynn, President Trump’s former national security adviser, will be sentenced next week.
Companies Asked a Mississippi Senator to Refund Donations. They Are Still Waiting.

Companies Asked a Mississippi Senator to Refund Donations. They Are Still Waiting.

Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith’s campaign never said it would return money to donors who objected to comments seen as racially insensitive.

Theresa May Finds No Joy in Brussels. Now What for Brexit?

Theresa May’s foray to Brussels to seek the E.U.’s aid in getting a deal through her Parliament ended in frustration, leaving her with no clear way forward.