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You Can’t Spell Cher Without Her (and Her and Her)

You Can’t Spell Cher Without Her (and Her and Her)

Teal Wicks, Stephanie J. Block and Micaela Diamond, who star as different incarnations of the title character in “The Cher Show.“
When Hospitals Merge to Save Money, Patients Often Pay More

When Hospitals Merge to Save Money, Patients Often Pay More

Jennifer Lamptey, a radiologic technologist, adjusting a CT scan at the Saint Raphael campus of Yale New Haven Hospital, part of a bigger system set to control a quarter of Connecticut’s hospital
Allonzo Trier Was the Basketball Kid on the Cover. Some Fraught Chapters Followed.

Allonzo Trier Was the Basketball Kid on the Cover. Some Fraught Chapters Followed.

The Knicks rookie Allonzo Trier, who went undrafted, is one of the biggest surprises of the N.B.A. season.
Ohio Police Make Arrests in Brutal 2016 Killings of 8 Family Members

Ohio Police Make Arrests in Brutal 2016 Killings of 8 Family Members

Sheriff Charles Reader of Pike County, Ohio, joined a news conference on Tuesday to announce arrests in the killings of eight members of one family, the Rhodens, in rural Ohio two years ago.
U.S. Military’s Global Edge Has Diminished, Strategy Review Finds

U.S. Military’s Global Edge Has Diminished, Strategy Review Finds

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis with Gen. Wei Fenghe, China’s defense minister. The Pentagon has put a high priority on threats from China and Russia.
Brexit Could Leave Wedding Bouquets Stuck at the Border

Brexit Could Leave Wedding Bouquets Stuck at the Border

More than a third of the global flower trade flows through the Aalsmeer marketplace in the Netherlands.
As Florida Recount Swirls, Andrew Gillum Is Taking a Public Stand on Voting Rights

As Florida Recount Swirls, Andrew Gillum Is Taking a Public Stand on Voting Rights

Andrew Gillum, the Democrat for governor in Florida, was reluctant to withdraw his concession.
Trump Nominates Retired General as Ambassador to Saudi Arabia

Trump Nominates Retired General as Ambassador to Saudi Arabia

Gen. John P. Abizaid’s nomination as the next ambassador to Saudi Arabia comes six weeks after the brutal killing of Jamal Khashoggi.
Hopper Painting Sells for Record $91.9 Million at Christie’s

Hopper Painting Sells for Record $91.9 Million at Christie’s

Edward Hopper’s “Chop Suey,” an oil on canvas from 1929, sold for $91.9 million on Tuesday night.
Melania Trump Says an Aide ‘No Longer Deserves the Honor of Serving in This White House’

Melania Trump Says an Aide ‘No Longer Deserves the Honor of Serving in This White House’

President Trump and his wife, Melania, in October at the White House. On Tuesday, Mrs. Trump’s office issued a statement saying Mira Ricardel, a deputy national security adviser, should no longer be
The Hottest Spot in Florida? The Seat of the Broward County Elections Chief

The Hottest Spot in Florida? The Seat of the Broward County Elections Chief

From left, Brenda C. Snipes, the Broward County supervisor of elections, Judge Betsy Benson, and Judge Deborah Carpenter-Toye at the elections office in Lauderhill, Fla., on Friday.
Actress Paz de la Huerta, Alleging Rape, Sues Harvey Weinstein for $60 Million

Actress Paz de la Huerta, Alleging Rape, Sues Harvey Weinstein for $60 Million

The actress Paz de la Huerta at a gala in Santa Monica, Calif., in January 2015.
El Chapo’s Defense: He Was Framed by Vast Conspiracy

El Chapo’s Defense: He Was Framed by Vast Conspiracy

Jeffrey Lichtman, a defense lawyer for Joaquín Guzmán Loera, arriving at the federal courthouse in Brooklyn.
A Week After the Midterms, Trump Seems to Forget the Caravan

A Week After the Midterms, Trump Seems to Forget the Caravan

There was little dispute that President Trump was exploiting the migrant caravan, above in Irapuato, Mexico, on Monday, for political purposes.
Man Pleads Guilty to ‘Swatting’ Hoax That Resulted in a Fatal Shooting

Man Pleads Guilty to ‘Swatting’ Hoax That Resulted in a Fatal Shooting

Tyler Barriss, 25, pleaded guilty to making a false report resulting in a death, in connection with a hoax call that led the police to fatally shoot an unarmed man in December 2017 in Wichita, Kan.
Who Gets the Last Word in a Disputed Senate Race? The Senate

Who Gets the Last Word in a Disputed Senate Race? The Senate

As Florida officials conduct recounts for several unsettled races, including the Senate contest, both parties have filed lawsuits over the process. Election workers loaded ballots into counting
A Search in Fire-Ravaged California for What No One Wants to Find

A Search in Fire-Ravaged California for What No One Wants to Find

A search-and-rescue team looked for remains in Paradise, Calif., on Tuesday.
What’s an Election Loss When He’s ‘My Kevin’? McCarthy Appears Set to Lead House G.O.P.

What’s an Election Loss When He’s ‘My Kevin’? McCarthy Appears Set to Lead House G.O.P.

Representative Kevin McCarthy, Republican of California, is running for House minority leader.