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New York State’s Lawsuit Against Trump Foundation Can Proceed, Judge Rules

New York State’s Lawsuit Against Trump Foundation Can Proceed, Judge Rules

For the second time this year, a New York State judge in Manhattan decided that President Trump is not immune from civil court cases that involve his unofficial activities or actions that took place
Clinton Wants Europe to Get Tough on Migration. It Already Has.

Clinton Wants Europe to Get Tough on Migration. It Already Has.

Syrian children outside their tent in a makeshift migrant camp in Lesbos, Greece.
Jerome Corsi, Friend of Roger Stone, Is in Plea Talks With Mueller

Jerome Corsi, Friend of Roger Stone, Is in Plea Talks With Mueller

Jerome Corsi, a friend of the Trump adviser Roger J. Stone Jr., in October 2008 in Kenya. He has denied misleading investigators about his knowledge of actions by WikiLeaks.
South Korea Loves Plastic Surgery and Makeup. Some Women Want to Change That.

South Korea Loves Plastic Surgery and Makeup. Some Women Want to Change That.

Kim Ji-yeon used to spend $200 a month and two hours a day on her appearance. Then she joined a growing group of South Korean women who are rebelling against their society’s rigid beauty standards.
See How the Fires Burned Where California Goes to Escape It All

See How the Fires Burned Where California Goes to Escape It All

The Woolsey Fire burned down toward the shoreline at Leo Carrillo State Beach in Malibu, Calif.
Michigan Tries to Steady That Big Chip on Ohio State’s Shoulder

Michigan Tries to Steady That Big Chip on Ohio State’s Shoulder

Michigan’s Wolverines enter the Ohio State game as slight favorites on the road.
Jets, Horses and Bribes: How a Venezuelan Official Became a Billionaire as His Country Crumbled

Jets, Horses and Bribes: How a Venezuelan Official Became a Billionaire as His Country Crumbled

Emanuel Andrade, the son of Alejandro Andrade, a former Venezuela official who has admitted receiving more than $1 billion in bribes, competing in Paris in 2017.
Trying to Fight, Not Spread, Fear and Lies

Trying to Fight, Not Spread, Fear and Lies

Refugees climbed aboard trucks in southern Mexico last month to join the caravan headed toward the United States.
Fistfights and Long Lines on Black Friday? Not as Much Anymore.

Fistfights and Long Lines on Black Friday? Not as Much Anymore.

The sidewalks of the SoHo area of Manhattan were packed on Black Friday, 2014.
Sheryl Sandberg Can’t Have It All

Sheryl Sandberg Can’t Have It All

Facebook's chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, testifying in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee in September.
A Man’s Last Letter Before Being Killed on a Forbidden Island

A Man’s Last Letter Before Being Killed on a Forbidden Island

John Allen Chau, 26, of Washington State loved climbing mountains, camping, hiking, canoeing and seeing the world.
St. Michael’s, a Toronto All-Boys School, Is Rocked by Accusations of Sexual Assaults

St. Michael’s, a Toronto All-Boys School, Is Rocked by Accusations of Sexual Assaults

The Toronto police have arrested six 14- and 15-year-old students at St. Michael’s College School, charging them with gang sexual assault, among other offenses.
Editorial Observer: New York City High Schoolers Get Their Day in Court

Editorial Observer: New York City High Schoolers Get Their Day in Court

High school students listen to Chief Judge Robert Katzmann, of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, speak in New York.
The #MeToo Movement Changed Everything. Can the Law Catch Up?

The #MeToo Movement Changed Everything. Can the Law Catch Up?

Eric T. Schneiderman, accused by several women of sexual assault, was forced to resign as attorney general. Yet no criminal charges were filed against him.

Win a Trip in 2019!

I invite university students to enter a contest for a reporting trip next year.
PG? NC-17? She Made Such Calls for 30 Years

PG? NC-17? She Made Such Calls for 30 Years

Joan Graves, who directs the ratings classifications for the Motion Picture Association of America, is retiring after spending 30 years deciding things like whether a film is G or PG.
A Guatemalan Mother Could Lose Her Daughter, Because She’s an American

A Guatemalan Mother Could Lose Her Daughter, Because She’s an American

Yeisvi Carrillo, seen in a family photo, is an American citizen who remains in foster care while her mother, Vilma Carrillo, appeals a deportation order.