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A Guide to the Ryan Zinke Investigations

A Guide to the Ryan Zinke Investigations

Ryan Zinke has faced more than 15 ethics inquiries since taking over the Interior Department. At least six are ongoing.
Robert Bowers Indicted on 44 Counts After Synagogue Shooting in Pittsburgh

Robert Bowers Indicted on 44 Counts After Synagogue Shooting in Pittsburgh

United States Attorney Scott Brady announcing the arraignment of Robert Bowers, the defendant in the mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue, on Monday.
Taking the Oceans’ Temperature, Scientists Find Unexpected Heat

Taking the Oceans’ Temperature, Scientists Find Unexpected Heat

A coral reef in the Maldives has been bleached white by heat stress.
Mediator: You Don’t Need to Go to the Dark Web to Find Hateful Conspiracy Theories

Mediator: You Don’t Need to Go to the Dark Web to Find Hateful Conspiracy Theories

The Fox News opinion host Jeanine Pirro has a book that lays out “the globalist, open-border oligarchy” that, she asserts, is seeking to nullify the results of the 2016 presidential election.
New Migrant Caravans Trek North, Ignoring Political Repercussions

New Migrant Caravans Trek North, Ignoring Political Repercussions

A migrant caravan from Honduras crossed into Mexico and reached Tapachula this week.
Neighbor Arrested in Fatal Slashing of 70-Year-Old on Upper West Side

Neighbor Arrested in Fatal Slashing of 70-Year-Old on Upper West Side

Susan Trott, 70, was found dead with a slashed throat in her Manhattan apartment. A neighbor has been charged in the killing.
Jewish Leaders, in Call for Unity After Shooting, Welcome Outsiders to Shabbat

Jewish Leaders, in Call for Unity After Shooting, Welcome Outsiders to Shabbat

A memorial at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. A retired carpenter from Illinois crafted the Stars of David to honor the victims of the shooting on Saturday.
How Vilification of George Soros Moved From the Fringes to the Mainstream

How Vilification of George Soros Moved From the Fringes to the Mainstream

Activists removed an ad sponsored by the Hungarian government that vilified Mr. Soros and The Open Society Foundations in Budapest last year.
Google Faces Internal Backlash Over Handling of Sexual Harassment

Google Faces Internal Backlash Over Handling of Sexual Harassment

More than 1,500 Google workers plan to walk out of almost two dozen of the company’s offices on Thursday to protest the company’s handling of sexual harassment.
D.J. Durkin Is Fired by Maryland a Day After Being Reinstated

D.J. Durkin Is Fired by Maryland a Day After Being Reinstated

Maryland Coach D.J. Durkin was fired on Wednesday, a day after he had been reinstated by the university following the death of one of his players.

Once Fringe, George Soros Conspiracies Now Saturate the G.O.P.

George Soros, a billionaire Democratic fund-raiser, has long been villainized in certain right-wing circles. Now conspiracy theories about him have gone mainstream, to nearly every corner of the
Acclaimed French Director Is Accused of Sexual Assault

Acclaimed French Director Is Accused of Sexual Assault

Abdellatif Kechiche in 2013. Authorities in Paris are looking into a sexual assault complaint filed against him.
Voters, You’re Being Manipulated

Voters, You’re Being Manipulated

Protesters demonstrated near the Tree of Life Synagogue during President Trump’s visit on Tuesday.
5 Cheap(ish) Things to Help You Sleep Better

5 Cheap(ish) Things to Help You Sleep Better

A man asleep on one of the many beds set up at Spring Studios for the “Sleep” performance by Max Richter in New York City in May.
Democrats in an All-Hands-on-Deck Scramble to Save Menendez in New Jersey

Democrats in an All-Hands-on-Deck Scramble to Save Menendez in New Jersey

From left, Senator Cory Booker, Gov. Philip D. Murphy and Senator Bob Menendez discuss Hurricane Sandy relief efforts in Union Beach, N.J. Mr. Booker and Mr. Murphy are helping to prop up Mr.

Tech Drove Stocks Skyward. It Was a Different Story on the Way Down.

Large technology companies, and the big profits they produce, lifted the markets earlier this year. But during October’s tumble they were only part of a broad-based downturn.