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The Big Hole in Germany’s Nazi Reckoning? Its Colonial History

The Big Hole in Germany’s Nazi Reckoning? Its Colonial History

Joshua Kwesi Aikins giving a tour of Berlin’s African quarter, where street names are linked to Germany’s colonial past in Africa.
Education Dept. Reopens Rutgers Case Charging Discrimination Against Jewish Students

Education Dept. Reopens Rutgers Case Charging Discrimination Against Jewish Students

Kenneth L. Marcus, the Education Department official who reopened the case against Rutgers, is a longtime opponent of Palestinian rights causes.
Molly Kelly Wins in New Hampshire and Will Face Sununu for Governor’s Seat

Molly Kelly Wins in New Hampshire and Will Face Sununu for Governor’s Seat

Molly Kelly, the New Hampshire Democratic gubernatorial nominee, at her primary night victory party Tuesday in Keene, N.H.
As Florence’s Power Nears the Carolinas, Residents Brace for the Worst

As Florence’s Power Nears the Carolinas, Residents Brace for the Worst

A man boarding up his beach house in Kill Devil Hills, N.C., on Tuesday.
Donald Trump Jr. Complains His Father Is Served by Few He Can Trust

Donald Trump Jr. Complains His Father Is Served by Few He Can Trust

Bob Woodward’s book “Fear” laid out in stark detail claims that President Trump’s staff doubted his ability to lead.
He Led a Group of Disloyal New York Democrats. Will It Cost Him His Seat?

He Led a Group of Disloyal New York Democrats. Will It Cost Him His Seat?

State Senator Jeffrey Klein, the former leader of the now-defunct Independent Democratic Conference, has spent $2.4 million in his primary race against Alessandra Biaggi.
In Texas, Ted Cruz Has ‘a Dogfight on His Hands,’ Some Republicans Admit

In Texas, Ted Cruz Has ‘a Dogfight on His Hands,’ Some Republicans Admit

Senator Ted Cruz of Texas at the Petroleum Club in Downtown Houston on Tuesday.

Trump Calls Storm Response in Puerto Rico, Where 3,000 Died, ‘One of the Best’

“I think that Puerto Rico was an incredible, unsung success,” the president said while touting preparations for another hurricane.
Hundreds of Thousands of Catalans Rally for Independence in Barcelona

Hundreds of Thousands of Catalans Rally for Independence in Barcelona

Demonstrators marched to celebrate Catalonia's national day, Diada, in Barcelona on Tuesday.
Interest Groups Turn Up Pressure on Senators Before Kavanaugh Vote

Interest Groups Turn Up Pressure on Senators Before Kavanaugh Vote

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing last week.
Trump's Huge Mistake on Refugees

Trump's Huge Mistake on Refugees

A demonstrator last year in New York protesting President Trump’s policies on refugees. His administration is now weighing another cut in the number of refugees allowed into the United States.
Cosby’s Lawyers and Wife Seek Judge’s Recusal Before Sentencing

Cosby’s Lawyers and Wife Seek Judge’s Recusal Before Sentencing

Camille Cosby, shown attending closing arguments in Mr. Cosby’s sexual assault trial in April, wants the judge to recuse himself before sentencing.
Cuomo Campaign Shifts Blame for Inflammatory Flier about Cynthia Nixon to ‘Constituency Representative’

Cuomo Campaign Shifts Blame for Inflammatory Flier about Cynthia Nixon to ‘Constituency Representative’

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, who attended the National September 11 Memorial ceremony on Tuesday, has denied knowing anything about the mailer.
Stay Out of Venezuela, Mr. Trump

Stay Out of Venezuela, Mr. Trump

Nicolás Maduro, president of Venezuela, at a ceremony honoring his national guard in August.
The Most Contrarian College in America

The Most Contrarian College in America

Students discussing Hegel’s “Phenomenology of Spirit” in a seminar at St. John’s College in Santa Fe, N.M.
A Horrific Crime on the Subway Led to Kendra’s Law. Years Later, Has It Helped?

A Horrific Crime on the Subway Led to Kendra’s Law. Years Later, Has It Helped?

Andrew Goldstein after his arrest in 1999. He was released from prison last week.
Matter: Seeking Human Generosity’s Origins in an Ape’s Gift to Another Ape

Matter: Seeking Human Generosity’s Origins in an Ape’s Gift to Another Ape

Rescued adolescent and adult bonobos at the Lola Ya Bonobo Reserve in the Democratic Republic of Congo.