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Critic’s Notebook: On CBS, R. Kelly Was Trapped in the Camera Eye

Critic’s Notebook: On CBS, R. Kelly Was Trapped in the Camera Eye

The R&B singer R. Kelly responded to longstanding sexual abuse allegations in an interview with Gayle King on CBS.
Trump Envoy to Middle East Lashes Out at Palestinian Authority

Trump Envoy to Middle East Lashes Out at Palestinian Authority

Jason D. Greenblatt, a leading Middle East peace negotiator for the Trump administration, accused Palestinian leaders on Friday of maintaining a “reward system” for terrorists.
Judge Opens the Door to More Compensation for College Athletes

Judge Opens the Door to More Compensation for College Athletes

Ed O’Bannon, a former U.C.L.A. basketball star, has been a driving force in lifting restrictions on paying college athletes.

Capitalism and the Democratic Party

The most successful economic system shouldn’t be a dirty word.
Belgian Carnival Float Sets off Outrage Over Anti-Semitism

Belgian Carnival Float Sets off Outrage Over Anti-Semitism

The Carnival parade in Aalst, Belgium, features more than 40 folkloric groups with elaborate costumes and floats.

Jussie Smollett Indicted on 16 Counts That He Falsely Reported Assault, Records Show

The actor on the television series “Empire” faces 16 counts of disorderly conduct after a grand jury handed up indictments dated Thursday.

F.A.A. Cautions Southwest Airlines and Mechanics Union in Contract Dispute

In a letter, the agency warned of safety concerns after the airline accused the union of illegally grounding planes.
Anti-Immigration Groups See Trump’s Calls for More Legal Immigrants as a Betrayal

Anti-Immigration Groups See Trump’s Calls for More Legal Immigrants as a Betrayal

A naturalization ceremony for new citizens in Los Angeles. President Trump has recently indicated that the country would benefit from more legal immigration.

Socialism and the 2020 American Election

In Europe, socialism carries no red-scare potency. It's part of life, and Europe is not Venezuela.
Manafort’s 47 Months: A Sentence That Drew Gasps From Around the Country

Manafort’s 47 Months: A Sentence That Drew Gasps From Around the Country

Judge T.S. Ellis III praised the character of Paul Manafort, saying he “lived an otherwise blameless life.”
U.S. Women’s Team Takes a Stand as Gender Disparities Remain Widespread

U.S. Women’s Team Takes a Stand as Gender Disparities Remain Widespread

The United States women’s national soccer team filed a lawsuit against U.S. Soccer on Friday.
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.