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Overlooked No More: Dudley Randall, Whose Broadside Press Gave a Voice to Black Poets

Overlooked No More: Dudley Randall, Whose Broadside Press Gave a Voice to Black Poets

A studio portrait of Dudley Randall, whose Broadside Press helped amplify the voices of prominent black poets.

14 Children Died in the Parkland Shooting. Nearly 1,200 Have Died From Guns Since.

For the project “Since Parkland,” teenage journalists wrote profiles for every child killed by gun violence in the year since the Florida school shooting.
In the N.H.L., Finland Is Now Here, There and Everywhere

In the N.H.L., Finland Is Now Here, There and Everywhere

Patrik Laine of the Winnipeg Jets, the No. 2 pick in the 2016 draft, has been among the N.H.L.’s leading goal scorers for the past three seasons.
A New Model to Stop the Next School Shooting

A New Model to Stop the Next School Shooting

Students on their first day back to school after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.
Why Border Wall Talks Suddenly Became a Showdown Over ‘ICE Beds’

Why Border Wall Talks Suddenly Became a Showdown Over ‘ICE Beds’

A portion of fencing marking the border crossing between Calexico, Calif., and Mexicali, Mexico. Months of brinkmanship between Congress and the White House over a border wall have distracted from the
New Jersey Unveils New Limits on High School Football Practices

New Jersey Unveils New Limits on High School Football Practices

Starting this fall, New Jersey high school football teams will be limited to 15 minutes of full contact per week during practice.
Editorial Observer: Everyone Needs Legal Help. That Doesn’t Mean Everyone Needs a Lawyer.

Editorial Observer: Everyone Needs Legal Help. That Doesn’t Mean Everyone Needs a Lawyer.

Rebecca Sandefur has spent years considering the question of whether all legal problems require lawyers.
The Answer Is Blowin’ in the Wind

The Answer Is Blowin’ in the Wind

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, center, and Edward Markey, right, presenting the Green New Deal.
Covington Students ‘Did Not Instigate’ Lincoln Memorial Encounter, Bishop Says

Covington Students ‘Did Not Instigate’ Lincoln Memorial Encounter, Bishop Says

As controversy swirled over a video of Catholic high school students at the Lincoln Memorial, a Native American protester chanted outside the Diocese of Covington in Kentucky last month.
Brock Long, FEMA Administrator, Resigns After Two Turbulent Years

Brock Long, FEMA Administrator, Resigns After Two Turbulent Years

Brock Long, right, the Federal Emergency Management Agency administrator, in South Carolina after Hurricane Florence last year with President Trump and Kirstjen Nielsen, the homeland security
‘Race Is Not a Costume’

‘Race Is Not a Costume’

Al Jolson in blackface in Vanity Fair, circa 1925.
Europe Flags American Territories in ‘Dirty Money’ List, Deepening Rift With U.S.

Europe Flags American Territories in ‘Dirty Money’ List, Deepening Rift With U.S.

“It was high time for Europe to act,” said Vera Jourova, the European commissioner for justice, defending a money laundering blacklist that angered the Trump administration.
F.B.I. Hopes Samuel Little’s Drawings Will Help Identify His Murder Victims

F.B.I. Hopes Samuel Little’s Drawings Will Help Identify His Murder Victims

The F.B.I. is asking anyone who recognizes the unidentified victims drawn by the serial killer Samuel Little to contact the Violent Criminal Apprehension Program.

New Jersey Catholic Bishops List Names of Nearly 200 Priests Accused of Abuse

The disclosures come as the latest made by dioceses and religious orders as the church grapples with a sex abuse crisis. “I beg your forgiveness,” Newark’s archbishop said.