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Duncan Hunter’s Guilty Plea: Answers to 5 Crucial Questions

Duncan Hunter’s Guilty Plea: Answers to 5 Crucial Questions

Mr. Hunter, a Republican congressman known for his hard-line views and early support for President Trump, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a crime that could end his political career.
Why the Less Disruptive Health Care Option Could Be Plenty Disruptive

Why the Less Disruptive Health Care Option Could Be Plenty Disruptive

Democrats like the “optional” part of the so-called public option. But the very existence of new government insurance could shake up the system.
Impeachment Report Says Trump Solicited Foreign Election Interference

Impeachment Report Says Trump Solicited Foreign Election Interference

The House Intelligence Committee concluded that President Trump tried to “use the powers of his office to solicit foreign interference on his behalf in the 2020 election.”
Kamala Harris Says She’s Still ‘in This Fight,’ but Out of the 2020 Race

Kamala Harris Says She’s Still ‘in This Fight,’ but Out of the 2020 Race

The California senator broke barriers but ran out of money as she struggled in polls. Her abrupt announcement is perhaps the most surprising development to date in the 2020 race.

North Korea Touts New Resort, Seeking to Blunt U.N. Sanctions

Tourism is one of the few remaining sources of hard currency for Kim Jong-un’s government. He has embarked on a push for more foreign visitors.
Trump Volatility in Markets Is Back

Trump Volatility in Markets Is Back

Global shares turned lower on Tuesday amid pessimism over a standoff between the U.S. and China and new tensions between the U.S. and France on tariffs.
Geffen Hall’s Renovation Could Transform How We Hear It

Geffen Hall’s Renovation Could Transform How We Hear It

The look and feel of a concert hall can be as important in your experience of the music as the pure acoustics.
Be More Like Your Dog: Show Compassion for Other Species

Be More Like Your Dog: Show Compassion for Other Species

A reader cites examples of animal cruelty by humans, some of which will not be banned by a bill that just passed Congress.
Measles Outbreak Leads to Shutdown of Public Services in Samoa

Measles Outbreak Leads to Shutdown of Public Services in Samoa

Dozens of people have died and thousands more have been infected in the country since the disease began spreading in October.
To Make Sense of Lebanon’s Protests, Follow the Garbage

To Make Sense of Lebanon’s Protests, Follow the Garbage

The country’s perpetual refuse crisis is just one example of the government corruption and dysfunction that have brought protesters into the streets.
Oshkosh Shooting Is Second in 2 Days at Wisconsin High Schools

Oshkosh Shooting Is Second in 2 Days at Wisconsin High Schools

An armed student was subdued by an officer at Oshkosh West High School on Tuesday, in a confrontation that was eerily similar to a shooting 80 miles away in Waukesha on Monday.
Hemp or Pot Farm? Police and Thieves Can’t Always Tell

Hemp or Pot Farm? Police and Thieves Can’t Always Tell

Farmers in New York have taken drastic measures to protect their crops from trespassers and authorities who think they’re targeting marijuana.
Nami Nori Gets Hand Rolls Right, and Other Details Too

Nami Nori Gets Hand Rolls Right, and Other Details Too

A temaki specialist in Greenwich Village pays attention to the little things that impart a sense of luxury even in an inexpensive restaurant.
A Welcome Funding Source for College Athletics: Women Investing in Women’s Sports

A Welcome Funding Source for College Athletics: Women Investing in Women’s Sports

As the 50th anniversary of Title IX approaches, former female athletes are donating millions to build facilities and endow scholarships and coaching positions at their alma maters.
Trump Loses Appeal on Deutsche Bank Subpoenas

Trump Loses Appeal on Deutsche Bank Subpoenas

A federal court ruling is a victory for House Democrats who are investigating President Trump’s relationship with the German bank.

The Theater Olympics Bring a World of Drama Together

More than 20 countries have sent over 100 productions, including large-scale works by some of the hottest directors. So why have so few heard of the event?
Bollywood and the Politics of Meat

Bollywood and the Politics of Meat

India’s Hindu nationalist turn and the ascendance of Islamophobic politics is reflected in the country’s films.
‘I Don’t Know Prince Andrew,’ Trump Says. Photos Say Otherwise.

‘I Don’t Know Prince Andrew,’ Trump Says. Photos Say Otherwise.

Speaking to reporters in London, President Trump denied knowing Prince Andrew, despite having been photographed with him on several occasions.
After the Rapper T.I.’s Remarks, N.Y. May Ban ‘Virginity Tests’

After the Rapper T.I.’s Remarks, N.Y. May Ban ‘Virginity Tests’

Legislation was introduced after the rapper said he subjects his daughter to a yearly hymen exam, sparking outrage on social media.