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I’m a Democrat and a Feminist. And I Support Betsy DeVos’s Title IX Reforms.

I’m a Democrat and a Feminist. And I Support Betsy DeVos’s Title IX Reforms.

The campus at California State University at Fullerton. Appeals courts have overturned suspensions of students for sexual assault at two California universities, citing a lack of due process.
After War’s End, a Long Struggle to Patch Invisible Wounds

After War’s End, a Long Struggle to Patch Invisible Wounds

A war memorial in Kilinochchi, Sri Lanka, in March. Thousands of Sri Lankans died or disappeared in a brutal civil war that ended in 2009.
Paul Gregory, Risk-Taking Showman in a Golden Age, Is Dead at 95

Paul Gregory, Risk-Taking Showman in a Golden Age, Is Dead at 95

The producer Paul Gregory during a rehearsal of “The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial,” which opened on Broadway in 1954, directed by Charles Laughton. “There is no distracting scenery,” a reviewer wrote.
Nearly 132 Million People Will Need Aid, U.N. Says in 2019 Appeal

Nearly 132 Million People Will Need Aid, U.N. Says in 2019 Appeal

A water collection point in Bani Hassan, Yemen. The biggest humanitarian challenge in 2019 will be the three-year old conflict in Yemen.
Southwest Key, Leading Migrant Shelter Provider, Orders Internal Inquiry

Southwest Key, Leading Migrant Shelter Provider, Orders Internal Inquiry

Juan Sanchez, the charity’s founder, announced the investigation after new questions were raised about Southwest Key’s management and finances.
Italy Says 5 Egyptian Security Officials Are Suspects in Student’s Death

Italy Says 5 Egyptian Security Officials Are Suspects in Student’s Death

A protester held a picture of Giulio Regeni outside the Egyptian Embassy in Rome in 2016, just after Mr. Regeni was found dead in Cairo.
On Climate, the Facts and Law Are Against Trump

On Climate, the Facts and Law Are Against Trump

A Trump rally in West Virginia on Aug. 21, the day the government announced plans to weaken regulations on coal plants.
The Magic of the Food Gift Swap

The Magic of the Food Gift Swap

An artful holiday food gift begins with the right packaging. Liz Larkin, a baker in Pound Ridge, N.Y., uses one of the tea tins she collects throughout the year to pack up her cookies for the Food52
Festive Cookies That Won’t Leave You Frazzled

Festive Cookies That Won’t Leave You Frazzled

Don’t let the pressure of making holiday cookies add to your stress: These three recipes are as beautiful as they are easy.

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘His Friends Begged Me to Slap Him.’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring five reader-submitted stories of 100 words or fewer.
Lawmakers Call for House to Investigate XPO After Workers’ Miscarriages

Lawmakers Call for House to Investigate XPO After Workers’ Miscarriages

Several women have said XPO Logistics refused to accommodate their pregnancies at a Memphis warehouse.
Meet the Cookiers, Home Bakers With a Bond Stronger Than Royal Icing

Meet the Cookiers, Home Bakers With a Bond Stronger Than Royal Icing

Georganne Bell, a mother of four who lives in a Salt Lake City suburb, is considered one of the founders of the modern-day cookier movement.
Trump’s Criminal Justice Reform Is a Step in the Wrong Direction

Trump’s Criminal Justice Reform Is a Step in the Wrong Direction

President Trump announce his support for the first major rewrite of the nation’s criminal justice sentencing laws at the White House on Nov. 14, 2018.

Nonfiction: A Scholar of Religion Confronts Her Own Grief

In her memoir, “Why Religion?,” Elaine Pagels tells the story of her own deep loss and her search for answers in faith and spirituality.
House Republican Campaign Committee Says It Was Hacked This Year

House Republican Campaign Committee Says It Was Hacked This Year

Senior House Republicans, including Speaker Paul D. Ryan and Kevin McCarthy, the majority leader, were not aware of the breach until reporters reached out to them.