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2 More Immigrants Say They Worked for Trump Despite Lacking Legal Status

2 More Immigrants Say They Worked for Trump Despite Lacking Legal Status

The Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J. Two more former employees have come forward, saying they were undocumented when they worked there.
Hear the Sounds of Wind on Mars, Recorded by NASA’s InSight Lander

Hear the Sounds of Wind on Mars, Recorded by NASA’s InSight Lander

NASA’s InSight lander took this picture of itself on the surface of Mars this week. The copper-colored object in front is the seismometer, which recorded sounds of wind.

Heather Nauert’s Pick as U.N. Envoy Hints at Reshaping of the Role

President Trump said Ms. Nauert “has done a great job” at the State Department. But she would bring less experience in government or international affairs to her new job than almost anyone who has had
The Mayor and the F.B.I. Raid: Atlantic City Is Stained Once Again

The Mayor and the F.B.I. Raid: Atlantic City Is Stained Once Again

Mayor Frank M. Gilliam Jr. of Atlantic City leaves his home Monday after a raid by F.B.I. agents. Mr. Gilliam has not been charged with a crime and has continued to show up at City Hall.

Why We Need to Forgive Kevin Hart

In holding people accountable for their old views — even ones they realized were wrong and apologized for — we are setting standards that nobody can meet.
Behind the Scenes in Wisconsin: A Republican Power Play, Months in the Making

Behind the Scenes in Wisconsin: A Republican Power Play, Months in the Making

Robin Vos, the Republican speaker of the Assembly, left, during debate at the State Capitol on Tuesday in Madison, Wis.
Democrats Have a Cornucopia of Candidates

Democrats Have a Cornucopia of Candidates

Rep. John Delaney of Maryland has been campaigning for president for more than a year.
The N.F.L. Questioned Kareem Hunt, But Not About Cleveland

The N.F.L. Questioned Kareem Hunt, But Not About Cleveland

The N.F.L. never questioned Kareem Hunt about a February incident during which he assaulted a woman.
Meng Wanzhou Was Huawei’s Professional Face, Until Her Arrest

Meng Wanzhou Was Huawei’s Professional Face, Until Her Arrest

As chief financial officer of Huawei, Meng Wanzhou has played a part in the company’s efforts over the past five years to become more transparent about its operations.
The Saturday Profile: The ‘It’ ’80s Party Girl Is Now a Defender of the Catholic Faith

The Saturday Profile: The ‘It’ ’80s Party Girl Is Now a Defender of the Catholic Faith

Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis during Mass in the Crypt Chapel in her 500-room St. Emmeram Palace in Regensburg, Germany.
James Fields Guilty of First-Degree Murder in Death of Heather Heyer

James Fields Guilty of First-Degree Murder in Death of Heather Heyer

James Fields Jr. drove into a crowd of counterprotesters at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., in August 2017, killing one woman and injuring several other people.
Prosecutors Say Trump Directed Illegal Payments During Campaign

Prosecutors Say Trump Directed Illegal Payments During Campaign

Michael Cohen, who was President Trump’s personal lawyer and fixer for more than a decade, leaving federal court in Manhattan last week after a guilty plea.
As Hiring Slows, Employers Say It’s Getting Harder to Find Workers

As Hiring Slows, Employers Say It’s Getting Harder to Find Workers

Travis Bean sanding doors at Western Building Products outside Milwaukee. The company’s president said, “Our problem today is just finding people who want to work.”
I Was Kicked Off Stage by College Students. Did I Deserve It?

I Was Kicked Off Stage by College Students. Did I Deserve It?

The author performing on "Late Night With Seth Meyers" in July.
U.N. AIDS Agency Is in ‘State of Crisis’ and Needs New Leader, Report Says

U.N. AIDS Agency Is in ‘State of Crisis’ and Needs New Leader, Report Says

A report accused Michel Sidibé, the executive director of U.N.AIDS, of a management style that “enabled a culture of harassment, including sexual harassment, bullying and abuse of power.”
Bucking a Global Trend, Japan Seeks More Immigrants. Ambivalently.

Bucking a Global Trend, Japan Seeks More Immigrants. Ambivalently.

A caregiver and a resident at Mother’s Garden, a nursing home in Kashiwa, Japan. “If we aren’t helped by foreign workers, this business would not survive,” its director says.
Huawei Executive Took Part in Sanctions Fraud, Prosecutors Say

Huawei Executive Took Part in Sanctions Fraud, Prosecutors Say

Journalists outside the courthouse in Vancouver, British Columbia, where Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei, appeared for a bail hearing on Friday.
Dana Carvey Remembers George Bush, From Muse to Friend

Dana Carvey Remembers George Bush, From Muse to Friend

Dana Carvey brought his impersonation of President George H.W. Bush from “Saturday Night Live” to the White House in December 1992. The two remained friends.