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Yemen, Theresa May, Maria Butina: Your Friday Briefing

Yemen, Theresa May, Maria Butina: Your Friday Briefing

A bridge that was destroyed in a Saudi airstrike in Najarah, Yemen, in October.
Trump Inaugural Fund and Super PAC Said to Be Scrutinized for Illegal Foreign Donations

Trump Inaugural Fund and Super PAC Said to Be Scrutinized for Illegal Foreign Donations

Federal prosecutors are investigating whether President Trump’s inaugural fund and a pro-Trump super PAC received illegal foreign donations.
Sondra Locke, Oscar-Nominated Actress, Dies at 74

Sondra Locke, Oscar-Nominated Actress, Dies at 74

Sondra Locke in 1972. She was nominated for an Academy Award for her first film, “The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter,” a 1968 drama.
Troubled Girls Were Sent to This Town to Heal. Many Were Lured Into the Sex Trade Instead.

Troubled Girls Were Sent to This Town to Heal. Many Were Lured Into the Sex Trade Instead.

Hawthorne Cedar Knolls Residential Treatment Center in Mount Pleasant, N.Y., is being closed. Some residents were forced into a sex-trafficking ring, federal prosecutors said.
Riccardo Giacconi, 87, Explorer of the Universe Through X-Rays, Dies

Riccardo Giacconi, 87, Explorer of the Universe Through X-Rays, Dies

The astrophysicist Riccardo Giacconi at a symposium at Stanford University in 1962. His specialty was studying the universe through X-rays.
Florida’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law Applies to Police, Too, Court Rules

Florida’s ‘Stand Your Ground’ Law Applies to Police, Too, Court Rules

Jennifer Young with a photo of Jermaine McBean, her son, who was shot dead in 2013 by a Broward County sheriff’s deputy.
Critic’s Pick: Review: A Broadway ‘Mockingbird,’ Elegiac and Effective

Critic’s Pick: Review: A Broadway ‘Mockingbird,’ Elegiac and Effective

Celia Keenan-Bolger, left, as Scout and Jeff Daniels as her father, Atticus Finch, in Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
CBS Paid the Actress Eliza Dushku $9.5 Million to Settle Harassment Claims

CBS Paid the Actress Eliza Dushku $9.5 Million to Settle Harassment Claims

Eliza Dushku and Michael Weatherly on the CBS series “Bull.” Ms. Dushku was written off the show after confronting Mr. Weatherly about remarks he made that left her feeling uncomfortable.

Bolton Outlines a Strategy for Africa That’s Really About Countering China

In Africa, the president’s national security adviser said, the greatest threat is not from poverty or Islamist extremism but from an expansionist China, as well as Russia.

A Human Heart, Left Aboard, Sends Airplane Back to Where it Started

Passengers were delayed for hours as pilots returned to Seattle, setting off speculation about how long the heart would be viable and where it was headed.
Pastor Charged With ‘Inciting Subversion’ as China Cracks Down on Churches

Pastor Charged With ‘Inciting Subversion’ as China Cracks Down on Churches

Wang Yi, second from right, met President George W. Bush at the White House in 2006. Mr. Wang has grown increasingly critical of the Chinese authorities in the last year.
Breast Cancer Risk May Rise After Childbirth, but Is Still Low

Breast Cancer Risk May Rise After Childbirth, but Is Still Low

The report, based on pooled data from 15 studies involving 890,000 women, stated that women who had children had a slight increase in breast cancer risk for about 20 years.
Chase for Talent Pushes Tech Giants Far Beyond West Coast

Chase for Talent Pushes Tech Giants Far Beyond West Coast

The current Apple campus in Austin, Tex. The company is planning a new 133-acre campus there that will initially have 5,000 workers.
Mapping the Brain’s Genetic Landscape

Mapping the Brain’s Genetic Landscape

Magnetic resonance imaging scans of a healthy brain. A $50 million project by more than a dozen research centers aims to create a sort of Google Earth of the brain.
How ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside’ Went From Parlor Act to Problematic

How ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside’ Went From Parlor Act to Problematic

Frank and Lynn Loesser used to perform the song together at parties.
On Pro Hockey: Would Seattle Drink Coffee From Its Stanley Cup?

On Pro Hockey: Would Seattle Drink Coffee From Its Stanley Cup?

This is Seattle, not Boston. But Bruins fans like these at the Angry Beaver bar are among a subculture of hockey fans who might make a new N.H.L. team in Seattle thrive.
Taylor Swift Said to Use Facial Recognition to Identify Stalkers

Taylor Swift Said to Use Facial Recognition to Identify Stalkers

Taylor Swift on May 18 at the Rose Bowl, where, according to a security consultant, her team used facial recognition technology to identify potential stalkers in the crowd.
Don’t Weasel Out of Ethics Reforms, Albany

Don’t Weasel Out of Ethics Reforms, Albany

The State Senate majority leader, John J. Flanagan, at the Capitol in Albany in November.