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Dianne Feinstein Refers a Kavanaugh Matter to Federal Investigators

Dianne Feinstein Refers a Kavanaugh Matter to Federal Investigators

Senator Dianne Feinstein referred a matter involving Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to federal investigators on Thursday.
Endeavor, Always Looking to Grow, Starts Podcast Division

Endeavor, Always Looking to Grow, Starts Podcast Division

“There is only so much beachfront real estate on network television,” said Dick Wolf, the prolific TV producer, describing why he is now starting to develop podcasts.
French Soldiers Tortured Algerians, Macron Admits 6 Decades Later

French Soldiers Tortured Algerians, Macron Admits 6 Decades Later

Maurice Audin, a mathematician, went missing after being arrested during the Algerian War in 1957.
Philippines Scrambles to Prepare as Typhoon Bears Down

Philippines Scrambles to Prepare as Typhoon Bears Down

A worker recovered a fish pen off the island of Luzon in the Philippines on Thursday as Typhoon Mangkhut approached.

Trilobites: Watch Plants Light Up When They Get Attacked

Scientists showed that plants are much less passive than they seem by revealing the secret workings of their threat communication systems.
Brothels, Gambling and an Ex-Detective Mastermind: Officials Detail N.Y. Police Scandal

Brothels, Gambling and an Ex-Detective Mastermind: Officials Detail N.Y. Police Scandal

In all, three sergeants, two detectives and two officers with the New York Police Department have been charged in the prostitution enterprise.
U.S. Attack on I.C.C. Is Seen as Bolstering World’s Despots

U.S. Attack on I.C.C. Is Seen as Bolstering World’s Despots

John R. Bolton, the Trump administration’s national security adviser, warned the International Criminal Court against pursuing an investigation of American troops in Afghanistan.
Netanyahu Aide Steps Aside After Sexual Assault Allegations

Netanyahu Aide Steps Aside After Sexual Assault Allegations

David Keyes, left, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, has taken a leave of absence in the wake of accusations of sexual assault.
Spain to Exhume Franco From Monument He Had Built

Spain to Exhume Franco From Monument He Had Built

The Valley of the Fallen, near Madrid, was built by the Spanish dictator Francisco Franco to honor those who “fell for God and Spain” in the civil war. Franco himself is buried there.
The Week in Good News: A Floating Trap for Plastic, Naomi Osaka, Therapy Cats

The Week in Good News: A Floating Trap for Plastic, Naomi Osaka, Therapy Cats

With the creation of dozens of booms like this one, a nonprofit hopes to clean up half of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
As a New Hurricane Roars In, Trump Quarrels Over the Last One

As a New Hurricane Roars In, Trump Quarrels Over the Last One

President Trump last year in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. This week, he called the federal response to that storm an “incredible, unsung success” and rejected the official estimate that almost
Fall of a West Virginia Bishop Widens the Catholic Crisis Over Sex Abuse

Fall of a West Virginia Bishop Widens the Catholic Crisis Over Sex Abuse

The pope has accepted the resignation of Bishop Michael J. Bransfield and ordered an investigation into sexual harassment allegations.
An Offensive Plan for the Balkans That the U.S. Should Get Behind

An Offensive Plan for the Balkans That the U.S. Should Get Behind

A giant Serbian national flag was hung prior to the visit of Serbian president, Aleksandar Vucic, to Gazivode Lake in Kosovo on September 8, 2018.
We Were Tourists, Not Assassins, Novichok Attack Suspects Say

We Were Tourists, Not Assassins, Novichok Attack Suspects Say

In an interview with the Russian network RT on Thursday, Ruslan Boshirov, left, and Alexander Petrov denied any involvement in the attack on a former spy in Britain.
House Polls Show Very Close Races but Also Hints of Democratic Strength

House Polls Show Very Close Races but Also Hints of Democratic Strength

Amy McGrath, a former fighter pilot and the Democratic challenger in Kentucky's Sixth District. She trailed by one percentage point in a New York Times Upshot/Siena College poll.
Gloria Steinem, Watching Herself Onstage, Knows She’s in Good Hands

Gloria Steinem, Watching Herself Onstage, Knows She’s in Good Hands

Christine Lahti and Gloria Steinem during rehearsals for “Gloria: A Life.”
Review: Sean Penn Has Space Suit, May Travel in ‘The First’

Review: Sean Penn Has Space Suit, May Travel in ‘The First’

Sean Penn plays an anguished hero preparing for a mission to Mars in Hulu’s “The First.”
U.S. Recovery Eludes Many Living Below Poverty Level, Census Suggests

U.S. Recovery Eludes Many Living Below Poverty Level, Census Suggests

A soup kitchen in Williamsport, Pa. Economists and advocates for poor people say the relatively modest gains over the last few years are fragile.