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Supreme Court Takes Up New Cases on Partisan Gerrymandering

Supreme Court Takes Up New Cases on Partisan Gerrymandering

Protesters demonstrated against gerrymandering in Wisconsin during a rally in front of the Supreme Court in 2017.
Rosalyn Terborg-Penn, 77, Dies; Historian Recognized Black Suffragists

Rosalyn Terborg-Penn, 77, Dies; Historian Recognized Black Suffragists

Rosalyn Terborg-Penn at Morgan State University in 2016. She said she had to fight “the ivory tower doorkeepers who often overlook or dismiss the works of black women historians, especially those of
Rashida Tlaib’s Expletive-Laden Cry to Impeach Trump Upends Democrats’ Talking Points

Rashida Tlaib’s Expletive-Laden Cry to Impeach Trump Upends Democrats’ Talking Points

Representative Rashida Tlaib, Democrat of Michigan, made no apologies for the remarks she made hours after being sworn in on Thursday.
2 Mental Health Patients Drowned in a Sheriff’s Van During Florence. Now the Deputies Face Charges.

2 Mental Health Patients Drowned in a Sheriff’s Van During Florence. Now the Deputies Face Charges.

The sheriff’s deputies transporting Nicolette Green and Wendy Newton passed through a barricade outside Nichols, S.C., the authorities said, and drove into floodwaters.
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Knight Landesman and Artforum Magazine

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Knight Landesman and Artforum Magazine

Knight Landesman had resigned from Artforum magazine hours after the lawsuit, which included accusations of sexual harassment and retaliation, was filed against him.
Cornelia Street Café, a Pillar of Greenwich Village Experimentation, Closes Its Doors

Cornelia Street Café, a Pillar of Greenwich Village Experimentation, Closes Its Doors

After nearly 42 years in the West Village, the Cornelia Street Café has shuttered.
Critic’s Notebook: Out of Silence, the Music of Meditation

Critic’s Notebook: Out of Silence, the Music of Meditation

The clarinetist Martin Frost and the pianist Henrik Mawe play during a recent Live Music Meditation event at Princeton University.
Police Investigate Sexual Assault Allegations After Woman in Vegetative State Gives Birth

Police Investigate Sexual Assault Allegations After Woman in Vegetative State Gives Birth

A woman who is a patient at a private long-term care facility in Phoenix gave birth last month, according to the authorities.
Streaming Movie Review: ‘Newly Single’ Review: A Breakup Leaves a Director Directionless

Streaming Movie Review: ‘Newly Single’ Review: A Breakup Leaves a Director Directionless

From left, Micah Stock, Marguerite Moreau and Molly C. Quinn in “Newly Single.”
Government Shutdown May Turn a Day in Court Into a Four-Year Wait

Government Shutdown May Turn a Day in Court Into a Four-Year Wait

A federal detention center in Seattle. At federal prisons, corrections officers are working without a paycheck because of the shutdown.
Toxic Peroxide Found on Dutch Beach After Cargo Ship Loses 277 Containers

Toxic Peroxide Found on Dutch Beach After Cargo Ship Loses 277 Containers

Some of the containers broke open, spilling their goods into the sea; others probably sank; and a few are still floating, imperiling sea traffic, officials said.
Of 800,000 Poor New Yorkers, Only 30,000 Can Get the New Half-Priced MetroCards

Of 800,000 Poor New Yorkers, Only 30,000 Can Get the New Half-Priced MetroCards

The initial launch of the Fair Fares program will offer discounts only on the 7- and 30-day unlimited MetroCards; a pay-per-ride option could be added in April.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Dancing Video Was Meant as a Smear, but It Backfired

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Dancing Video Was Meant as a Smear, but It Backfired

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 29, officially took office in Washington this week.
Critic’s Notebook: A Critic’s Favorite Space for Music in New York Turns 40

Critic’s Notebook: A Critic’s Favorite Space for Music in New York Turns 40

Jim Staley at Roulette, the music space in Brooklyn. Mr. Staley, who helped found Roulette 40 years ago, remains its director.

Ellen DeGeneres: Academy Should Reinstate Kevin Hart as Oscars Host

In an interview released Friday, DeGeneres told Hart that she called the academy to ask it to make him the host of the award.