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‘Transactional’ Sex and a Secret Resignation Letter: Takeaways From a Report on Les Moonves

‘Transactional’ Sex and a Secret Resignation Letter: Takeaways From a Report on Les Moonves

Leslie Moonves, the former CBS chief executive who started his career in entertainment as an actor, had become one of the industry’s highest-paid and most respected executives.
Common Sense: ‘Disaster for CBS Shareholders’: Damning Report on Moonves Reveals Total Failure at Top

Common Sense: ‘Disaster for CBS Shareholders’: Damning Report on Moonves Reveals Total Failure at Top

Leslie Moonves, the former CBS chief executive, who was forced out of the company in September.
Troops to Remain at Border Through New Year

Troops to Remain at Border Through New Year

Soldiers last month at Base Camp Donna in Texas, near the border with Mexico.
Maryland and District of Columbia Seek Business Records Related to Trump Hotel

Maryland and District of Columbia Seek Business Records Related to Trump Hotel

The Trump International Hotel in Washington is blocks away from the White House.
For George Bush and His Eldest Son, a Relationship Unique Among American Presidents

For George Bush and His Eldest Son, a Relationship Unique Among American Presidents

Former President George Bush with his son President George W. Bush in 2008.
On Washington: A Funeral for a President, and a Fleeting Unity for a Nation

On Washington: A Funeral for a President, and a Fleeting Unity for a Nation

The public viewing for former President George Bush in the Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday.
fact check : George Bush’s Legacy: Revisiting Past Claims

fact check : George Bush’s Legacy: Revisiting Past Claims

A visit President George Bush made to the National Grocers Association convention in Florida during the 1992 campaign cemented the impression that he was detached from middle-class life.

That’s One Alternative Santa

When we were about to make our holiday debut as parents, I informed my wife that we would be celebrating the season not only with Santa Claus but also with Hanukkah Harry.
After Attack on Latinos, Prosecutor Calls Utah’s Hate Crime Law ‘Worthless’

After Attack on Latinos, Prosecutor Calls Utah’s Hate Crime Law ‘Worthless’

Alan Dale Covington. He has been charged with three felonies in connection with the attack.
U.K.’s Theresa May Suffers Defeats in Parliament as Hopes Fade for Brexit Deal

U.K.’s Theresa May Suffers Defeats in Parliament as Hopes Fade for Brexit Deal

Supporters and opponents of Britain’s departure from the European Union faced off outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Monday.
E.P.A. to Roll Back a Restriction on New Coal-Burning Plants

E.P.A. to Roll Back a Restriction on New Coal-Burning Plants

A coal-fired generating station in Sidney, Mont. Obama-era rules had made it nearly impossible to build new coal plants that didn’t have carbon capture and storage systems installed.
Trump Said Amazon Was Scamming the Post Office. His Administration Disagrees.

Trump Said Amazon Was Scamming the Post Office. His Administration Disagrees.

A task force created by President Trump to investigate the Postal Service’s finances concluded that the mail system was losing money.
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.