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California Today: There’s Much Talk About Latino Voters, but Are Campaigns Talking to Them?

California Today: There’s Much Talk About Latino Voters, but Are Campaigns Talking to Them?

Josh Harder, the Democratic candidate for the 10th District, outside a polling station in Keyes, in the Central Valley, in June.
After the Hurricane Came the Con

After the Hurricane Came the Con

Keri and Michael Malone’s house in Moriches, N.Y., has been up on cribbing for over a year. Cody Trey Lawrence’s company, Turnkey, was supposed to do the work, but both Mr. Lawrence and his partner,
U.S. Economy Charged Ahead in the Third Quarter

U.S. Economy Charged Ahead in the Third Quarter

A construction site in Philadelphia during the third quarter. Among other products, the Trump administration has raised tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, but so far, there is little evidence that
Can Colorado Save America?

Can Colorado Save America?

Glenna Nix outside her home in Nucla, Colo. Her daughter, who cared for two daughters and had extraordinary expenses for seizure medication, recently committed suicide.
Pipe Bombs, Google, Megyn Kelly: Your Friday Briefing

Pipe Bombs, Google, Megyn Kelly: Your Friday Briefing

Children suffering from malnutrition at a clinic in Aslam, Yemen. The country's war has received more attention since the killing of a Saudi journalist turned a spotlight on Saudi actions elsewhere.

A Day on the Road With the Migrant Caravan

The political frenzy is heightening over a so-called migrant caravan heading toward the United States, but who are the people making the grueling journey? We spent 24 hours with a family as they
New-York Historical Society Goes All Harry Potter

New-York Historical Society Goes All Harry Potter

Daniel Conroy of the New-York Historical Society was asking the questions during a recent Harry Potter trivia night.
Will One State Go It Alone to Make Polluters Pay?

Will One State Go It Alone to Make Polluters Pay?

Proponents say Washington State is a good place to try out carbon reduction ideas because it has abundant hydropower and a waning reliance on fossil fuels. The coal-fired power plant near Centralia,
Hungary Turned Far Right. That’s Meant Millions for Its Opera.

Hungary Turned Far Right. That’s Meant Millions for Its Opera.

Zsolt Haja, left, and Lajos Geiger holding a sword during a rehearsal of “Bank Ban” at the Erkel Theater in Budapest. It’s one of the works the Hungarian State Opera is bringing on tour to New York.
CBS Inquiry Into What Went Wrong in Les Moonves Era Hits Snags as It Advances

CBS Inquiry Into What Went Wrong in Les Moonves Era Hits Snags as It Advances

From left, Charlie Rose, Leslie Moonves and Jeff Fager left CBS amid misconduct allegations. Two law firms are investigating, and have interviewed more than 200 current and former CBS employees.
Jersey City Grows Up

Jersey City Grows Up

Zacheus and Ratri Chan, with their daughter, Olivia, in the townhouse in Bergen-Lafayette that they bought last year for $510,000. They plan to spend another $500,000 fixing it up.
How ‘Gardening While Black’ Almost Landed This Detroit Man in Jail

How ‘Gardening While Black’ Almost Landed This Detroit Man in Jail

Marc Peeples, 32, said he returned to the half-abandoned neighborhood in Detroit where he grew up to create a garden, chip away at food deserts and teach children the value of urban horticulture.
Best of Late Night: Kimmel Wouldn’t Want to Be the Spy Who Has to Listen to Trump’s Calls

Best of Late Night: Kimmel Wouldn’t Want to Be the Spy Who Has to Listen to Trump’s Calls

Jimmy Kimmel said, “A guy who won’t let the fact that Hillary used a private email server go has chats with his shady business buddies on a Jitterbug phone he bought at CVS!”
Allison Janae Hamilton’s Spirit Sources

Allison Janae Hamilton’s Spirit Sources

Allison Janae Hamilton draws on imagery and myths of the rural South. She is an artist in residence at the Studio Museum in Harlem.
Jerry Seinfeld on Louis C.K., Roseanne and Tense Times in Comedy

Jerry Seinfeld on Louis C.K., Roseanne and Tense Times in Comedy

Jerry Seinfeld is coming back to the Beacon Theater. “It’s my vision of what I consider to be the ideal stand-up experience,” he said.