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New Jersey Priest Arrested on Child Sex Abuse Charges

Father Thomas P. Ganley, 63, of Phillipsburg, is the first person to face criminal charges as part of a larger state investigation into clergy sexual abuse.
After Trump, It’s — Oh, No!

After Trump, It’s — Oh, No!

Impeachment isn’t necessarily the door to a happy ending.
A Republican Challenge to Trump?

A Republican Challenge to Trump?

Gov. Larry Hogan of Maryland is a possible Republican primary challenger to President Trump.
F.T.C. Is Said to Be Considering Large Facebook Fines

F.T.C. Is Said to Be Considering Large Facebook Fines

Questions about Facebook’s handling of user data pushed lawmakers to call Mark Zuckerberg, the company’s chief executive, to testify before Congress.
U.N.C. Admissions Lawsuit Brings Another Attack on Affirmative Action

U.N.C. Admissions Lawsuit Brings Another Attack on Affirmative Action

A group that opposes race-conscious admissions is suing the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Both sides filed briefs on Friday laying out their arguments in the case.

Wanted: The ‘Traveling Bandit,’ a Bank Robber Who Gets Around

The F.B.I. says the middle-aged robber has hit at least seven banks in six states in less than a month.
Walter Chandoha, Photographer Whose Specialty Was Cats, Dies at 98

Walter Chandoha, Photographer Whose Specialty Was Cats, Dies at 98

Mr. Chandoha with his son Enrico and a subject in his home studio in 1961.
N.J. Lawmakers Question if Governor’s Inner Circle Took Sexual Assault Complaint Seriously

N.J. Lawmakers Question if Governor’s Inner Circle Took Sexual Assault Complaint Seriously

Matthew Platkin, the chief counsel to Gov. Phil Murphy, has emerged as a central character in the administration’s handling of a sexual assault accusation against a former top official.
Democratic Senator Seeks Perjury Investigation of Kirstjen Nielsen

Democratic Senator Seeks Perjury Investigation of Kirstjen Nielsen

The homeland security secretary, Kirstjen Nielsen, told a House panel last month that “we’ve never had a policy for family separation.”
A Small Alaska Town Reels as the Coast Guard Weathers On Without Pay

A Small Alaska Town Reels as the Coast Guard Weathers On Without Pay

Coast Guard in Kodiak, Alaska. About a quarter of the population is either an employee or dependent family member of the Coast Guard.

The Empire State Building May Soon Have Another Rival on the Skyline

The developer Harry Macklowe is planning a 1,551-foot-tall tower overlooking St. Patrick’s Cathedral that would join a forest of buildings that have changed New York.
The Sexts of Jeff Bezos and the Death of Privacy

The Sexts of Jeff Bezos and the Death of Privacy

Jeff Bezos in 2014. His private messages should not have turned into tweets for the entire world to see, writes Kara Swisher.

Jason Van Dyke Sentenced to Nearly 7 Years for Murdering Laquan McDonald

Mr. Van Dyke was the first Chicago police officer in decades convicted of murder for an on-duty shooting. He shot Laquan 16 times in 2014.
His Art, Their Ideas: Did Robert Indiana Lose Control of His Work?

His Art, Their Ideas: Did Robert Indiana Lose Control of His Work?

One of the last pieces of art credited to Robert Indiana was a sculpture spelling out the word BRAT, a tribute to bratwurst, commissioned by the owners of Johnsonville Sausage.
4,141 Latvians Were Just Outed as K.G.B. Informants

4,141 Latvians Were Just Outed as K.G.B. Informants

The former K.G.B. headquarters, known as the Corner House, in central Riga, Latvia.
Brace for the Polar Vortex; It May Be Visiting More Often

Brace for the Polar Vortex; It May Be Visiting More Often

Syracuse on Sunday. “Winter is shortening, but you’re getting these more intensive periods in that shorter winter,” a researcher said.
Germans Send Love Letter on Brexit: Britain, Please Don’t Go

Germans Send Love Letter on Brexit: Britain, Please Don’t Go

A vendor promoting British food products on Friday at a trade fair in Berlin. After two modern world wars, Germany and Britain have a complicated relationship.