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‘My Pleas for Help Went Unanswered’: Accuser on N.J. Governor’s Handling of Sexual Assault Claims

‘My Pleas for Help Went Unanswered’: Accuser on N.J. Governor’s Handling of Sexual Assault Claims

Katie Brennan, a top official in the administration of Gov. Philip D. Murphy of New Jersey, spoke slowly and sternly on Tuesday as she detailed her allegations of sexual assault.
COP24, the New Round of Global Climate Talks, Has Begun. We Answer Three Key Questions.

COP24, the New Round of Global Climate Talks, Has Begun. We Answer Three Key Questions.

A power station and open pit coal mine in Rogowiec, Poland, about two hours from the venue for the 2018 global climate talks.
Michael Avenatti, After Flirting With Run, Says He Won’t Seek White House

Michael Avenatti, After Flirting With Run, Says He Won’t Seek White House

Michael Avenatti spoke at a Democratic dinner in Clear Lake, Iowa, in August.
Steve Bannon and a Fugitive Billionaire Target a Common Enemy: China

Steve Bannon and a Fugitive Billionaire Target a Common Enemy: China

The effort has bristled some of Beijing’s friends like President Milos Zeman of the Czech Republic, right, who met with President Xi Jinping of China in Prague in 2016.
Restaurant Review: The Four Seasons Returns. But Can It Come Back?

Restaurant Review: The Four Seasons Returns. But Can It Come Back?

After more than 50 years in the Seagram Building, the Four Seasons has moved across Park Avenue.
After Struggling With Homelessness, a Chorus Sings of Gratitude

After Struggling With Homelessness, a Chorus Sings of Gratitude

From left: Kristine Flood, Wanda Ferrerias, Maya Lehmann and Annette Phuvan joined On Site Opera’s production of “Amahl and the Night Visitors” through their association with the homeless support
Playing Host to Climate Conference, Poland Promotes Coal

Playing Host to Climate Conference, Poland Promotes Coal

The Polish Coal Miners Band performing in Katowice on Tuesday, the feast day of St. Barbara, patron saint of miners.
Trump Offers German Automakers a Pause on Car Tariffs, for Now

Trump Offers German Automakers a Pause on Car Tariffs, for Now

A BMW factory in Greer, S.C., produces about 1,400 vehicles a day.
Why the World Needs to Rethink Retirement

Why the World Needs to Rethink Retirement

Community leaders in Tokiwadaira, Japan, organized monthly lunches for those living alone, a program intended to reduce isolation and the risk of lonely deaths.

Saudi Prince ‘Complicit’ in Khashoggi’s Murder, Senators Say After C.I.A. Briefing

“There is not a smoking gun, there’s a smoking saw,” Senator Lindsey Graham said after hearing from the C.I.A. director, Gina Haspel.
New York Police Say They Will Deploy 14 Drones

New York Police Say They Will Deploy 14 Drones

The New York Police Department said it stopped using drones after a pilot program in 2011, but it has continued to purchase them as recently as last year, documents show.
George Bush and the Obituary Wars

George Bush and the Obituary Wars

A painting of George H.W. Bush by Ronald N. Sherr at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.

Pompeo Questions the Value of International Groups Like U.N. and E.U.

Speaking in Brussels, the secretary of state said that some institutions fail to serve their member nations, and should be revised or eliminated.
Chatbots Are a Danger to Democracy

Chatbots Are a Danger to Democracy

Who would bother to join a debate where every contribution is ripped to shreds within seconds?
‘He Did Not Lead on AIDS’: With Bush, Activists See a Mixed Legacy

‘He Did Not Lead on AIDS’: With Bush, Activists See a Mixed Legacy

President George Bush fulfilled a 1988 campaign pledge by signing the landmark Americans With Disabilities Act, which forbade discrimination against people living with AIDS, in July 1990.
Italian Court Rules Getty Museum Must Return a Prized Bronze

Italian Court Rules Getty Museum Must Return a Prized Bronze

Italy’s highest court ruled that a 2000-year-old bronze statue, known as “Victorious Youth,” should be returned to that country by the Getty Villa.
California Today: California Today: A Compounding Homelessness Crisis

California Today: California Today: A Compounding Homelessness Crisis

Volunteers and campers who were made homeless by the fire looked through donated clothing at a lot next to Walmart in Chico.
Nation’s First Teachers’ Strike at Charter Network Begins in Chicago

Nation’s First Teachers’ Strike at Charter Network Begins in Chicago

Teachers formed a picket line on Tuesday as educators at a charter school network went on strike over pay, class sizes and other issues.
The Midwest’s Sore Losers

The Midwest’s Sore Losers

Opponents of a Republican-submitted measure to undermine Wisconsin’s incoming Democratic governor protested outside the state capitol in Madison, Wis., on Monday.