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A Nation Transfixed as Emotional Testimony in Kavanaugh Hearing Unfolds

A Nation Transfixed as Emotional Testimony in Kavanaugh Hearing Unfolds

Supporters of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh gathered at Senator Charles E. Grassley’s office to watch the hearing.
Kavanaugh Hearings on TV Offer Riveting Drama to a Captive Nation

Kavanaugh Hearings on TV Offer Riveting Drama to a Captive Nation

A crowd on Thursday in the Hart Senate Office Building, where Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
As Senator Collins Weighs Vote, Maine Women Size Up Blasey and Kavanaugh

As Senator Collins Weighs Vote, Maine Women Size Up Blasey and Kavanaugh

In Maine, the home state of Senator Susan Collins, several women discussed the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh throughout Thursday. The women included, from left, Sarah
Critic’s Notebook: A High-Stakes Hearing Raises Two Voices, One Quiet, One Loud

Critic’s Notebook: A High-Stakes Hearing Raises Two Voices, One Quiet, One Loud

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh was an angry counterpoint to his more reticent accuser, Christine Blasey, in one of the most anticipated televised Senate hearings since Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas in

Furious Lindsey Graham Calls Kavanaugh Hearing ‘the Most Unethical Sham’

Continuing to shed his maverick credentials, the South Carolina Republican told his Democratic Senate colleagues, “What you want to do is destroy this guy’s life.”
Meet the Woman in Charge of Building the Best-Selling Pickup Truck in America

Meet the Woman in Charge of Building the Best-Selling Pickup Truck in America

Debbie Manzano, the plant manager at Ford’s giant Rouge plant in Dearborn, Mich. “My background, my skill set, my experience has allowed me to get this job,” she said, “not because I’m female or not
Expecting Women to Describe How Sexual Assault Affected Them Creates Barriers to Reporting It

Expecting Women to Describe How Sexual Assault Affected Them Creates Barriers to Reporting It

Christine Blasey Ford was embraced by her lawyer, Debra Katz, after her Senate Judicary Committee testimony on Thursday.
Doing Right by Sick 9/11 Workers

Doing Right by Sick 9/11 Workers

Thousands of state and local government employees in New York who were exposed to the toxic dust from the attacks on the World Trade Center are not getting the paid sick leave owed them.
Republicans Take the Hypocrite’s Oath

Republicans Take the Hypocrite’s Oath

Josh Hawley, a good Republican official, apparently has taken the Hypocrite's oath.
Congress Uneasy as Trump Moves to Revise Nafta Without Canada

Congress Uneasy as Trump Moves to Revise Nafta Without Canada

Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, said the White House was confident that Congress would approve a bilateral trade deal with Mexico if Canada did not get on board.
Critic’s Notebook: Finding Common Ground at El Museo del Barrio

Critic’s Notebook: Finding Common Ground at El Museo del Barrio

Hiram Maristany’s “Hydrant: In the Air,” 1963, gelatin silver print, in the exhibition “Down These Mean Streets: Community and Place in Urban Photography” at El Museo del Barrio.
Neighborhood Joint: Same Burgers, Glitzier Restaurant

Neighborhood Joint: Same Burgers, Glitzier Restaurant

The original Burger Heaven, which has been on 49th Street since the 1950s, was recently remodeled to appeal to a new generation.
Tesla Chief Elon Musk Is Sued by S.E.C. in Move That Could Oust Him

Tesla Chief Elon Musk Is Sued by S.E.C. in Move That Could Oust Him

The S.E.C.’s lawsuit against Elon Musk relates to his Aug. 7 Twitter post in which he said he had “funding secured” to convert Tesla into a private company.
Trilobites: Hidden Kingdoms of the Ancient Maya Revealed in a 3-D Laser Map

Trilobites: Hidden Kingdoms of the Ancient Maya Revealed in a 3-D Laser Map

Images made using lidar technology reveal previously unknown ancient Maya settlements with houses, temples, forts, ditches, moats and roads.