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Virginia Approves the E.R.A., Becoming the 38th State to Back It

Virginia Approves the E.R.A., Becoming the 38th State to Back It

Virginia’s move is symbolic, and crosses the threshold of three-quarters of states needed for ratification. Yet the fate of the E.R.A. is far from decided.
Impeachment Managers Deliver Charges to Senate, Paving the Way for Trial

Impeachment Managers Deliver Charges to Senate, Paving the Way for Trial

The House impeachment managers walked the articles of impeachment across the Capitol after a long-anticipated vote to start what promises to be a partisan impeachment trial of President Trump.
Trump Signs China Trade Deal, Putting Economic Conflict on Pause

Trump Signs China Trade Deal, Putting Economic Conflict on Pause

An initial pact, cooling tensions in an election year, follows months of escalating tariffs and a trade war that seemed as if it would never end.

The Five-Way Race for Best Picture Begins

When it comes to Oscar’s top prize, this is the most wide-open competition in years. Which film has the right factors to go all the way?
Lawsuit Claims Epstein Trafficked Girls in Caribbean Until 2018

Lawsuit Claims Epstein Trafficked Girls in Caribbean Until 2018

The attorney general of the Virgin Islands says Mr. Epstein and his associates used a database to track victims as young as 11 years old.
Judge Halts Trump Policy That Allows States to Bar Refugees

Judge Halts Trump Policy That Allows States to Bar Refugees

President Trump’s order allowing state and local officials to veto refugee resettlement in their communities is likely “unlawful,” the judge said.
How to Be a Kinder Traveler

How to Be a Kinder Traveler

Travel and hospitality workers offer suggestions on how, with a little kindness and consideration, you can be a better traveler.
At Milan Men’s Week, the War Lives On

At Milan Men’s Week, the War Lives On

Whether designers acknowledge it or not, World War II still shapes their collections. Even at Gucci.
We’re Living in a Subscriptions World. Here’s How to Navigate It.

We’re Living in a Subscriptions World. Here’s How to Navigate It.

Subscription services like Netflix and Google Drive are convenient, but we can lose control of our content and data. Here’s how to take it back.
Prosecutor Sues Her Own City Under a Law Passed to Fight the K.K.K.

Prosecutor Sues Her Own City Under a Law Passed to Fight the K.K.K.

Kimberly Gardner, the top prosecutor in St. Louis, who is under investigation herself, is accusing city officials of a “racially motivated conspiracy” to stop her from doing her job.
Democrats Agree Trump Is Racing to War With Iran, but Are Vague on Alternative Strategy

Democrats Agree Trump Is Racing to War With Iran, but Are Vague on Alternative Strategy

The candidates were short on specifics at Tuesday’s debate when pressed on how they would accomplish their key foreign policy goals.
In Democratic Debate, the Candidates Mostly Kept the Gloves On

In Democratic Debate, the Candidates Mostly Kept the Gloves On

TV assumes that the biggest fights make the best debates. Tuesday’s outing on CNN suggested: What if they don’t?
Betty Pat Gatliff, Whose Forensic Art Solved Crimes, Dies at 89

Betty Pat Gatliff, Whose Forensic Art Solved Crimes, Dies at 89

She used clay to reconstruct the faces of the missing and murdered, in the hope of helping police departments learn who they were.
Is a 400% Rent Increase the Future of Coney Island?

Is a 400% Rent Increase the Future of Coney Island?

Gentrification looms over the “freakishness and fun-loving spirit” of the boardwalk.
Elizabeth Warren’s Smart Answer on ‘Electability’

Elizabeth Warren’s Smart Answer on ‘Electability’

She was right to push the conversation on gender and the presidency.
Minimum Wage Raises Could Lower Suicide Rates, Study Says

Minimum Wage Raises Could Lower Suicide Rates, Study Says

It was the latest study to suggest that effects of wage increases reach beyond economic welfare, but some experts pushed back on the findings.
Bruce Springsteen’s Son Becomes a Jersey City Firefighter

Bruce Springsteen’s Son Becomes a Jersey City Firefighter

The musician’s youngest son, Sam Springsteen, was sworn in as a Jersey City firefighter on Tuesday.
Russian Premier Abruptly Quits Amid Swirl of Speculation on Putin

Russian Premier Abruptly Quits Amid Swirl of Speculation on Putin

The unexpected move by Prime Minister Dmitri A. Medvedev fueled speculation that President Vladimir V. Putin is maneuvering to stay in power when his term ends in 2024.
How Impeachment Will Force Senators Off the Campaign Trail

How Impeachment Will Force Senators Off the Campaign Trail

Despite a potential loss of momentum in their campaigns, senators running for president say their presence at the Senate trial is a constitutional obligation.