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Kanye West Says He’s Quitting Politics. We’ll See.

Kanye West Says He’s Quitting Politics. We’ll See.

Kanye West met with President Trump in the Oval Office this month, delivering a 10-minute soliloquy in support of the president.
The White-Supremacist Congressman

The White-Supremacist Congressman

Representative Steve King, Republican of Iowa, at a hearing on Capitol Hill.
Once at Guantánamo, 5 Senior Taliban Members Now Join Political Office in Qatar

Once at Guantánamo, 5 Senior Taliban Members Now Join Political Office in Qatar

Security forces inspecting the site of a suicide attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Wednesday. Even as the drive for peace talks has taken on urgency, violence has continued at an intense pace.
Big City: Is It Safe to Be Jewish in New York?

Big City: Is It Safe to Be Jewish in New York?

Looking into the Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services on East 14th Street in Brooklyn, where city leaders met on Sunday to decry the shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue that left 11 people dead.
Where Training for the New York City Marathon Is a Reality Show

Where Training for the New York City Marathon Is a Reality Show

Coach Ben Rosario encourages Scott Fauble, center, and Scott Smith, right, during their workout on Oct. 17 in Camp Verde, Ariz. Rosario came up with the concept of a team that searches for the
Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Accuses Trump of Fearmongering Before Midterms

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Accuses Trump of Fearmongering Before Midterms

Trevor Noah said President Trump’s campaign rhetoric was “a little like Halloween, but a racist Halloween.”
More Housing for New York’s Homeless? Council Will Weigh Question Mayor Ignored at His Gym

More Housing for New York’s Homeless? Council Will Weigh Question Mayor Ignored at His Gym

Rafael Salamanca Jr., a councilman from the Bronx, at the site of a new housing development on Willow Avenue in the Port Morris neighborhood of the Bronx.
Donald Trump’s Unconstitutional Dreams

Donald Trump’s Unconstitutional Dreams

Part of the Fourteenth Amendment as posted on the wall of Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site in Little Rock, Ark. in 2014.
We Have to Save the Planet. So I’m Donating $1 Billion.

We Have to Save the Planet. So I’m Donating $1 Billion.

Tourists watching the Perito Moreno Glacier, at Los Glaciares National Park, near El Calafate in the Argentine province of Santa Cruz, last March.
Donald Trump, Whitey Bulger, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel: Your Wednesday Briefing

Donald Trump, Whitey Bulger, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel: Your Wednesday Briefing

President Trump and the first lady, Melania Trump, placed stones from the White House on Tuesday outside the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, in commemoration of the victims of a mass shooting.
Trump Plays His Greatest Hits

Trump Plays His Greatest Hits

President Trump at a Make America Great Again rally on Saturday.
Congress Has No Clue What Americans Want

Congress Has No Clue What Americans Want

People on Capitol Hill are often in the dark as to what policies Americans support.
Lil Peep Died Before Becoming Pop Royalty. His New Music May Change That.

Lil Peep Died Before Becoming Pop Royalty. His New Music May Change That.

Lil Peep died from an overdose in November 2017. “I can’t just leave the music behind,” said Smokeasac, a collaborator who worked on the rapper and singer’s first full posthumous release.
‘Cold War’ Takes New Meaning for U.S. Marines at a NATO Exercise

‘Cold War’ Takes New Meaning for U.S. Marines at a NATO Exercise

An American SH-60 helicopter moving equipment and personnel between the amphibious assault ship Iwo Jima and the shore on Friday as part of NATO’s Trident Juncture exercise off the coast of Trondheim,
Essay: What Isaac Asimov Taught Us About Predicting the Future

Essay: What Isaac Asimov Taught Us About Predicting the Future

The writers L. Sprague de Camp, Isaac Asimov and Robert Heinlein at the Philadelphia Navy Yard in 1944.