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Of Time, Tides and Trump

Of Time, Tides and Trump

President Trump with Brock Long, the FEMA administrator, at a press conference Wednesday in North Carolina.
500 Women and Teenagers to Be Bailed Out From Rikers by Human Rights Group

500 Women and Teenagers to Be Bailed Out From Rikers by Human Rights Group

In October, the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organization will begin spending up to $5 million to bail out more than 500 women and teenagers from Rikers Island.
The Kavanaugh Charade

The Kavanaugh Charade

Judge Brett Kavanaugh on the first day of his confirmation hearing.
The Army Stopped Expelling Immigrant Recruits. But an Email Suggests It’s Still Trying.

The Army Stopped Expelling Immigrant Recruits. But an Email Suggests It’s Still Trying.

The Army classified Pavel Astashkin, a Russian immigrant, as a potential security risk, even though he is a pilot who has passed several federal security checks.
Once ‘99 Percent Against Trump,’ Dean Heller Calls Him ‘Great Leader’

Once ‘99 Percent Against Trump,’ Dean Heller Calls Him ‘Great Leader’

Senator Dean Heller of Nevada greeting President Trump in Las Vegas in June.
Robert Venturi, Architect Who Rejected Modernism, Dies at 93

Robert Venturi, Architect Who Rejected Modernism, Dies at 93

The architect Robert Venturi at his office in Philadelphia in 1991, with a model of a new hall for the Philadelphia Orchestra. His goal, he once said, was to awaken architects “from prim dreams of
A Year After a Quake Crumbled a Mexico School, Grieving Parents Seek Justice

A Year After a Quake Crumbled a Mexico School, Grieving Parents Seek Justice

A woman placing flowers on Wednesday at a memorial wall at the site of the collapsed Enrique C. Rébsamen School in Mexico City.
They Were Seeking Mental Health Care. Instead They Drowned in a Sheriff’s Van.

They Were Seeking Mental Health Care. Instead They Drowned in a Sheriff’s Van.

Route 76 in Nichols, S.C., near where a van taking two women to a mental health facility was overtaken by floodwaters on Tuesday. Both women drowned.
Why Sexual Assault Memories Stick

Why Sexual Assault Memories Stick

Memories formed under the influence of intense emotion are indelible in a way that routine memories are not.
Mavericks and Mark Cuban Sanctioned by N.B.A. Over Handling of Sexual Harassment

Mavericks and Mark Cuban Sanctioned by N.B.A. Over Handling of Sexual Harassment

The Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban faced criticism over the team’s handling of sexual misconduct allegations against members of the Mavericks’ front office.
For Christine Blasey Ford, a Drastic Turn From a Quiet Life in Academia

For Christine Blasey Ford, a Drastic Turn From a Quiet Life in Academia

Christine Blasey Ford was reluctant to come forward with her allegation that Judge Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her.
Overlooked No More: Ana Mendieta, a Cuban Artist Who Pushed Boundaries

Overlooked No More: Ana Mendieta, a Cuban Artist Who Pushed Boundaries

Ana Mendieta’s art often pushed ethnic, sexual, moral, religious and political boundaries. “Nothing that she did ever surprised me,” said her sister, Raquelín.
Taiwan Dispatch: Buddhist Temple, Now a Communist Shrine, Plants China’s Flag in Taiwan

Taiwan Dispatch: Buddhist Temple, Now a Communist Shrine, Plants China’s Flag in Taiwan

The flags of China and its Communist Party flying above a former temple in Taiwan that was converted into a shrine to communism.

Walmart Pulls Soviet-Themed Shirts After Lithuania Objects

The removal of the hammer and sickle T-shirts sold online has ignited a war of words between Russia and the former Soviet republic.