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El Chapo Trial Turns to Tales of Greed and Gore

El Chapo Trial Turns to Tales of Greed and Gore

Lawyers for Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo, leaving the federal courthouse in Brooklyn.
Can New York City’s Mayor Be an Amazon Booster and Still Be Progressive?

Can New York City’s Mayor Be an Amazon Booster and Still Be Progressive?

Mayor Bill de Blasio’s support of a billion-dollar incentive deal to bring Amazon to Long Island City, Queens, has some questioning his progressive bona fides.
Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Wonders Why Trump Is Supporting Criminal-Justice Reform

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Wonders Why Trump Is Supporting Criminal-Justice Reform

Trevor Noah wondered if the Russia investigation might have something to do with President Trump’s support for a criminal-justice bill.
Jeff Rohrer Is the First Known N.F.L. Player to Marry a Man

Jeff Rohrer Is the First Known N.F.L. Player to Marry a Man

Jeff Rohrer, who was drafted in the second round by the Dallas Cowboys in 1982, is the first known former or current National Football League player to be part of a same-sex marriage. He was a
Julian Assange, Florida, David Hockney: Your Friday Briefing

Julian Assange, Florida, David Hockney: Your Friday Briefing

Snow caused commuter chaos in the New York metropolitan area on Thursday, and there could be further delays today. We’ll keep you updated here.
The Price of Cool: A Teenager, a Juul and Nicotine Addiction

The Price of Cool: A Teenager, a Juul and Nicotine Addiction

Matt Murphy, of Reading, Mass., developed a painful nicotine addiction from vaping that made him so dependent he called his device his "11th finger."
Why the Perfect Red-State Democrat Lost

Why the Perfect Red-State Democrat Lost

Unlike many young Ohioans, Taylor Sappington, 27, of Nelsonville, decided to stay in his hometown after he graduated from college.
How to Remember Reconstruction

How to Remember Reconstruction

Jubilee Hall, built in 1876 to serve the growing number of freedmen on the campus of Fisk University in Nashville, Tenn., is an example of the educational and religious transformation of
Vows: A Dating App, Not the Parents, Brought Them Together

Vows: A Dating App, Not the Parents, Brought Them Together

Jaspreet Kaur and Gregory Mattson make an entrance during their reception at the Merion in Cinnaminson, N.J. The couple were married in a Catholic church on Oct. 26 and had a Sikh ceremony the next
‘We Only Killed the Bad People’: 2 Khmer Rouge Leaders, Forever Linked

‘We Only Killed the Bad People’: 2 Khmer Rouge Leaders, Forever Linked

The former Khmer Rouge leaders Khieu Samphan, left, and Nuon Chea at a hearing in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital, in 2013. “Let bygones be bygones,” Mr. Khieu Samphan once said.
North Korea Says It Will Deport American Who Tried to Enter From China

North Korea Says It Will Deport American Who Tried to Enter From China

The heavily militarized border between the Koreas. The American who tried to cross into North Korea from China last month had tried to enter the country from the South last November, and was detained
Campbell Soup’s Fate Hangs on Duel Between Founder’s Heirs and ‘Interloper’

Campbell Soup’s Fate Hangs on Duel Between Founder’s Heirs and ‘Interloper’

The hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb is pushing for the sale or restructuring of the Campbell Soup Company.
She Couldn’t Quit Smoking. Then She Tried Juul.

She Couldn’t Quit Smoking. Then She Tried Juul.

Brittany Kligman was smoking a pack a day, getting increased sinus infections and had stopped working out, till she tried vaping.
Gun Control Groups Eclipse N.R.A. in Election Spending

Gun Control Groups Eclipse N.R.A. in Election Spending

Michael R. Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York who is mulling a 2020 presidential bid, spoke at an event for Everytown for Gun Safety in Las Vegas in September.
Democrats Should Un-Friend Facebook

Democrats Should Un-Friend Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg testifying before a Senate panel in April.