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Billionaires Can Seem Like Saviors to Media Companies, but They Come With Risks

Billionaires Can Seem Like Saviors to Media Companies, but They Come With Risks

From left, Jeff Bezos, Marc Benioff and Laurene Powell Jobs have all used their personal fortunes to become major figures in the media industry.
Danske Bank Says Billions May Have Been Laundered at Single Branch

Danske Bank Says Billions May Have Been Laundered at Single Branch

A report commissioned by Danske Bank found severe misconduct at a branch in Talinn, Estonia, from 2007 to 2015.
Geoffrey Owens Has a Second Wind. Where Will It Take Him?

Geoffrey Owens Has a Second Wind. Where Will It Take Him?

Geoffrey Owens has landed at least two television roles in the wake of news coverage about his job at Trader Joe’s.
Kavanaugh’s Supporters and His Accuser Are at an Impasse Over Her Testimony

Kavanaugh’s Supporters and His Accuser Are at an Impasse Over Her Testimony

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearing this month in Washington.
From the Director of ‘Call Me by Your Name,’ a New Project: A House

From the Director of ‘Call Me by Your Name,’ a New Project: A House

Inside La Filanda, a spiral staircase designed by Luca Guadagnino covered in an ombré carpet by La Manufacture Cogolin.
Critic’s Notebook: R.I.P., the Celebrity Profile

Critic’s Notebook: R.I.P., the Celebrity Profile

Beyoncé on the cover of Vogue and Paul McCartney on the cover of GQ. While she told her own story, he was interviewed in depth.
News Analysis: For Red-State Democrats, Accusation Against Kavanaugh Scrambles Midterm Calculus

News Analysis: For Red-State Democrats, Accusation Against Kavanaugh Scrambles Midterm Calculus

Senator Joe Manchin III of West Virginia, center, listened to Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, as he testified during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing on
Trump Attacks Sessions and F.B.I., Citing Conspiracy Theories

Trump Attacks Sessions and F.B.I., Citing Conspiracy Theories

Attorney General Jeff Sessions in Virginia last month. President Trump renewed an attack on him in an interview with The Hill on Tuesday.
California Today: California Today: To Tell the Brown Family Saga, Start in 1852

California Today: California Today: To Tell the Brown Family Saga, Start in 1852

From left, Pat Brown, his wife, Bernice, and their children Kathleen and Jerry at a fund-raising event in Los Angeles in 1978, during Jerry Brown’s campaign for governor.
White Nationalism + Lies

White Nationalism + Lies

Wilbur Ross, the commerce secretary, testified before the House Ways and Means Committee on Capitol Hill in March.
North Korea’s New Nuclear Promises Fall Short of U.S. Demands

North Korea’s New Nuclear Promises Fall Short of U.S. Demands

Mr. Moon and Mr. Kim signed a series of agreements aimed at easing tensions between their countries.
Najib Razak, Former Malaysian Prime Minister, to Face More Charges

Najib Razak, Former Malaysian Prime Minister, to Face More Charges

Former Prime Minister Najib Razak of Malaysia arriving at the Kuala Lumpur High Court last month.
Tech Fix: Apple Watch Series 4 Review: Faster, Bigger, With a Promise to Be Healthier

Tech Fix: Apple Watch Series 4 Review: Faster, Bigger, With a Promise to Be Healthier

Apple's chief operating officer, Jeff Williams, showing the electrocardiogram features of the Apple Watch Series 4 this month.
The Kavanaugh Accusation Is Dangerous for the Pro-Life Movement

The Kavanaugh Accusation Is Dangerous for the Pro-Life Movement

Women protested outside the Capitol during the Supreme Court confirmation hearing for Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Talk of Ethnic Partition of Kosovo Revives Old Balkan Ghosts

Talk of Ethnic Partition of Kosovo Revives Old Balkan Ghosts

Kosovar and American flags in Maxhunaj, Kosovo. The Trump administration has signaled that it is open to readjusting the border between Kosovo and Serbia, worrying many in the region.