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Jan-Michael Vincent, Troubled Star of ‘Airwolf,’ Dies at 73

Jan-Michael Vincent, Troubled Star of ‘Airwolf,’ Dies at 73

The actor Jan-Michael Vincent in 1984. His most recognizable part was the pilot Stringfellow Hawke on “Airwolf,” a CBS show built around a cutting-edge combat helicopter.
The Saturday Profile: The 87-Year-Old Hobbyist Who Measures the Royal Family’s Workload

The Saturday Profile: The 87-Year-Old Hobbyist Who Measures the Royal Family’s Workload

Tim O’Donovan in his home office in Datchet, England. He has recorded all the public engagements of the royal family every year since 1979.
Will Canadian Women Turn Their Backs on Their Feminist Prime Minister?

Will Canadian Women Turn Their Backs on Their Feminist Prime Minister?

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada on Thursday in Ottawa. “You can’t just add women and stir,” one analyst said of his approach.
Venezuela Blackout, in 2nd Day, Threatens Food Supplies and Patient Lives

Venezuela Blackout, in 2nd Day, Threatens Food Supplies and Patient Lives

People waiting outside of the state-run Bank of Venezuela in Caracas on Friday. They were not allowed inside the building because of the power failure.
A Coffee Shop Pioneer Was Murdered. 23 Years Later, His Wife and Her Brother Are Guilty.

A Coffee Shop Pioneer Was Murdered. 23 Years Later, His Wife and Her Brother Are Guilty.

Roslyn Pilmar and Evan Wald appearing in court in January. On Friday, they were found guilty of second-degree murder in the 1996 death of Mrs. Pilmar’s husband, Howard Pilmar.
Making Room on the Big Screen for a Woman Over 50

Making Room on the Big Screen for a Woman Over 50

Julianne Moore in “Gloria Bell,” the rare film to examine the life of a woman navigating the day-to-day dramas of middle age.
Teen Fiction and the Perils of Cancel Culture

Teen Fiction and the Perils of Cancel Culture

Kosoko Jackson at the 2018 Rising Stars event at the GLAAD Media Awards last May in New York.
How to Stay Safe in the Club

How to Stay Safe in the Club

From left, Emma Burgess-Olson, Frankie Decaiza Hutchinson and Christine McCharen-Tran of Discwoman.
8 Times Women in Sports Fought for Equality

8 Times Women in Sports Fought for Equality

Players on the United States women’s national soccer team have been fighting for equality. They recently wore jerseys with the names of women who inspire them before playing in a SheBelieves Cup
Trump Surveys Tornado Damage in Alabama, and Signs Some Bibles, Too

Trump Surveys Tornado Damage in Alabama, and Signs Some Bibles, Too

President Trump departed from Joint Base Andrews on Friday, on his way to visit communities in Alabama that were devastated by a tornado outbreak.
Was Paul Manafort’s Sentence Too Light?

Was Paul Manafort’s Sentence Too Light?

The Albert V. Bryan United States Court House in Alexandria, Va., where Paul Manafort’s trial took place.
A ‘Beat Trump’ Fervor Is Producing Big Turnouts for 2020 Democrats

A ‘Beat Trump’ Fervor Is Producing Big Turnouts for 2020 Democrats

Senator Bernie Sanders greeted supporters during a rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Thursday.
Amazon Said to Team Up With Yankees in Bid for YES Network

Amazon Said to Team Up With Yankees in Bid for YES Network

For Amazon, owning a piece of the YES Network could be a boon to its Prime program, especially if that membership included streaming access to Yankees games.
Carmine Persico, Colombo Crime Family Boss, Is Dead at 85

Carmine Persico, Colombo Crime Family Boss, Is Dead at 85

Carmine Persico in September 1986 at the Metropolitan Correction Center in Manhattan. Three months earlier he had been found guilty of charges that he was the leader of a vast criminal enterprise. In