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Supreme Court Party Time

Supreme Court Party Time

Justices Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, Elena Kagan, Samuel Alito, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and John Roberts in the East Room of the White House last Friday.

Car Slams Into Children Crossing Road in China, Killing 5

Two adults and 16 children were also injured in the crash. The man believed to be the driver of the car was later arrested after fleeing the scene.
Holiday Spending Should Be Strong. And Then?

Holiday Spending Should Be Strong. And Then?

A Walmart toy section in Houston. “You see momentum going into the season,” one industry veteran said of the holiday spending prospects.
N.Y. Democrats Vowed to Get Big Money Out of Politics. Will Big Money Interfere?

N.Y. Democrats Vowed to Get Big Money Out of Politics. Will Big Money Interfere?

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has long supported closing the so-called L.L.C. loophole, yet he has raised more than $17.5 million from L.L.C.s since taking office in 2011.
The Hunt: A One-Bedroom and a Sweater for the Dog

The Hunt: A One-Bedroom and a Sweater for the Dog

Josh Collins and Katara outside their new apartment in the East Village.
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Rome

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Rome

Bar del Fico is a combination bistro and bar where you can sip a Negroni or mescal infused with ginger beer and chili.
Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Calls Trump a ‘Wannabe Dictator’ (and Gullible Fox Viewer)

Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Calls Trump a ‘Wannabe Dictator’ (and Gullible Fox Viewer)

“Trump probably sits there all day watching Fox and shouting to his aides: ‘Prosecute Hillary! Stop the caravan! And ask my doctor if Otezla is right for me!’” said Seth Myers on “Late Night.”
Olivia Colman: Uneasy Lies the Head That Wears the Crowns

Olivia Colman: Uneasy Lies the Head That Wears the Crowns

Olivia Colman is ascending to the throne twice: first as Queen Anne in “The Favourite,” and then as Queen Elizabeth II in “The Crown.”
South Korean Church Leader Sentenced to Prison in #MeToo Case

South Korean Church Leader Sentenced to Prison in #MeToo Case

Lee Jae-rock arriving in court in Seoul, South Korea, on Thursday. A judge said he “habitually raped and sexually violated” followers who were led to believe that he must be obeyed.
‘Spend the Minimum’: After Crash, Lion Air’s Safety Record Is Back in Spotlight

‘Spend the Minimum’: After Crash, Lion Air’s Safety Record Is Back in Spotlight

The notorious safety record of Lion Air, Indonesia’s largest carrier, has returned to the spotlight after the crash last month of Flight 610 with 189 people on board.
What Drives the Russian State

What Drives the Russian State

President Vladimir Putin poses with cadets after a ceremony in Moscow's Red Square.
You Want to Feed the Hungry? Lovely. Let’s See Your Permit.

You Want to Feed the Hungry? Lovely. Let’s See Your Permit.

Richard Johnson received a cup of hot gumbo from a Free Hot Soup volunteer in Prospect Plaza Park in Kansas City, Mo., on Nov. 18. City officials say the group’s efforts do not comply with food safety
Head of Russia’s Military Spy Agency Dies After Illness

Head of Russia’s Military Spy Agency Dies After Illness

President Vladimir Putin speaks with officers of Russia’s military intelligence agency, the G.R.U., at its 100th anniversary celebration in Moscow, on Nov. 2.