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Lists of Priests Accused of Sexual Abuse Are Spilling Out Across the Country

Lists of Priests Accused of Sexual Abuse Are Spilling Out Across the Country

Bishop Christopher Coyne of the Diocese of Burlington, Vt., said the mistrust surrounding the handling of the sexual abuse scandal was earned.
You Want Snacks With That? New Jersey Bill Considers Marijuana Delivery

You Want Snacks With That? New Jersey Bill Considers Marijuana Delivery

To promote small businesses, a marijuana legalization bill mandates that 10 percent of licenses be given to shops that, among other things, process less than 1,000 pounds of cannabis every month.
The Saturday Profile: A Dissident Chinese Novelist Finds Echoes of Mao, and Orwell

The Saturday Profile: A Dissident Chinese Novelist Finds Echoes of Mao, and Orwell

“Only in literature can we fully express the injustices of society, the extremes of human nature and our hopes for a beautiful future,” said Ma Jian while he was in Hong Kong for the annual literary

Lens: Passion, Romance and Yearning: Photos of People Kissing

From simple pecks to full-on makeout sessions, a new compilation of photographs reveals how couples have kissed in front of the camera since the late-Victorian era.
Acclaimed Photographer Arrested in Far West China, Wife Says

Acclaimed Photographer Arrested in Far West China, Wife Says

The photographer Lu Guang has been detained by the Chinese police after visiting the Xinjiang region of China, his wife said.
Nancy Wilson Dies at 81; Jazz Singer Who Turned Songs Into Stories

Nancy Wilson Dies at 81; Jazz Singer Who Turned Songs Into Stories

Nancy Wilson in 2010. She performed American standards, jazz ballads and a variety of other numbers with a heightened sense of a song’s narrative.
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.