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Rudy Giuliani Backs Off Remarks on Potential Collusion by Trump Aides

The president’s personal lawyer had left open the possibility in a television interview that campaign aides took part in Russia’s election interference.
Steve King Still Has Backing in Iowa, but Even Supporters Say ‘He’s Done’

Steve King Still Has Backing in Iowa, but Even Supporters Say ‘He’s Done’

Pat Reed, right, had coffee with a group of regulars at Zakeer’s in Fort Dodge, Iowa, on Wednesday. The men support Representative Steve King, but think his days in Congress are numbered.
A Beloved Provence-Based Wicker Workshop Comes to Paris

A Beloved Provence-Based Wicker Workshop Comes to Paris

The American artist Wayne Pate (left) with Atelier Vime’s Benoit Rauzy, Raphaëlle Hanley and Anthony Watson in their home-cum-showroom in Paris, from where they are selling their designs and the work
Michael Cohen Acknowledges Payments to Doctor Online Polls for Trump

Michael Cohen Acknowledges Payments to Doctor Online Polls for Trump

Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, acknowledged making payments to influence online polls.
Michael Cohen Acknowledges Payments to Boost Trump in Online Polls

Michael Cohen Acknowledges Payments to Boost Trump in Online Polls

Michael Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, acknowledged making payments to influence online polls.

Editors’ Choice: 8 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.
5 Takeaways From the Ancient DNA Research Story

5 Takeaways From the Ancient DNA Research Story

Lab technicians at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.

Critic’s Pick: Ansel Adams in a New Light

The National Parks are in partial shutdown. But America’s wilderness shines in a show at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston that reveals how human intervention has changed purple mountains’ majesty.
Maggie Rogers Went Viral. Then She Had to Become Herself Again.

Maggie Rogers Went Viral. Then She Had to Become Herself Again.

Maggie Rogers wowed Pharrell in an N.Y.U. class in 2016. Her first major label album is the work of an introvert struggling to recalibrate.
Climate Change’s Giant Impact on the Economy: 4 Key Issues

Climate Change’s Giant Impact on the Economy: 4 Key Issues

Wading through flood waters from Tropical Storm Harvey in Houston in August 2017. “We know we can adapt to slow changes,” a Yale economist said. “Rapid changes are the ones that would be most damaging
Amid the Brexit Chaos, E.U. Sees a ‘Catastrophic Success’

Amid the Brexit Chaos, E.U. Sees a ‘Catastrophic Success’

A Brexit supporter in London on Wednesday. “There’s no obvious way out of this,” one European analyst said.

Michigan State Names Satish Udpa as New Interim President After John Engler Resigns

Mr. Udpa, a top university administrator, is replacing Mr. Engler, who remarked that some victims of Larry Nassar, the former gymnastics doctor, appeared to be enjoying “the spotlight.”
The Malign Incompetence of the British Ruling Class

The Malign Incompetence of the British Ruling Class

Earl and Countess Mountbatten, behind naval and military members of the governor-general’s staff, walk down the steps of Government House in New Delhi, India, June 21, 1948.
To Save the Sound of a Stradivarius, a Whole City Must Keep Quiet

To Save the Sound of a Stradivarius, a Whole City Must Keep Quiet

The “Vesuvius” violin, made by Antonio Stradivari in 1727, in the Museo del Violino in Cremona, Italy. The museum is assisting with an ambitious recording project to preserve the sound of Stradivarius
California Today: The L.A. Teachers’ Union Leader on What Would End the Strike

California Today: The L.A. Teachers’ Union Leader on What Would End the Strike

Alex Caputo-Pearl, president of United Teachers Los Angeles, says the union wants “some regulation on the charter industry, so that it does not just keep growing without limits.”
As the Shutdown Drags On, Federal Workers File for Unemployment

As the Shutdown Drags On, Federal Workers File for Unemployment

More than 2,000 federal employees in Colorado have sought aid from the state Department of Labor and Employment because of the partial government shutdown.
New York Confronts Its Worst Measles Outbreak in Decades

New York Confronts Its Worst Measles Outbreak in Decades

Borough Park, Brooklyn, has seen 35 cases of measles in an outbreak affecting more than 200 people in ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities in New York and New Jersey.
Fact Check: Trump’s Tweet on Border Walls in Europe

Fact Check: Trump’s Tweet on Border Walls in Europe

Constructing the wall on the United States-Mexico border near San Diego in December.
5 Pieces of Advice From John Bogle

5 Pieces of Advice From John Bogle

John C. Bogle became a pioneer of index funds for ordinary investors.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: New Yorkers for President

New York Today: N.Y. Today: New Yorkers for President

Kirsten Gillibrand on the campaign trail in Troy, N.Y., yesterday.