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Review: In ‘Dead to Me’ on Netflix, Widows Make the Best BFFs

Review: In ‘Dead to Me’ on Netflix, Widows Make the Best BFFs

Linda Cardellini, left, and Christina Applegate star in “Dead to Me,” a traditional odd-couple sitcom that’s heavy on situation and light on comedy.
Warren’s Campaign, ‘Based on Ideas,’ Bets on Iowa

Warren’s Campaign, ‘Based on Ideas,’ Bets on Iowa

Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts is making frequent visits to Iowa and already has 50 paid campaign staff members in the state.
Trump Won’t Nominate Stephen Moore for Fed Board

Trump Won’t Nominate Stephen Moore for Fed Board

Stephen Moore was the second of President Trump’s potential Fed picks to withdraw in recent weeks over concerns about his views and attitudes toward women.
Bill Barr’s Perverse Theory of Justice

Bill Barr’s Perverse Theory of Justice

Attorney General William Barr testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.
Tuition or Dinner? Nearly Half of College Students Surveyed in a New Report Are Going Hungry

Tuition or Dinner? Nearly Half of College Students Surveyed in a New Report Are Going Hungry

The food pantry at Nassau Community College, which is now a stop on freshman orientation tours.
Critic’s Notebook: From Clay Tablets to Smartphones: 5,000 Years of Writing

Critic’s Notebook: From Clay Tablets to Smartphones: 5,000 Years of Writing

The British Library’s exhibition “Writing: Making Your Mark” presents 120 objects representing 44 different systems of writing from the past 5,000 years.
The American Family Makes This Country Great, and It’s in Danger

The American Family Makes This Country Great, and It’s in Danger

George Zaldivar embrace his son Francysco, 8, before walking into the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement facility.
A London Marathon Obstacle Course: Insults and Sewage Trucks

A London Marathon Obstacle Course: Insults and Sewage Trucks

Tower Bridge during the London Marathon on Sunday. Its rules said those running at a pace of over seven hours had to move to the sidewalk.
The Thin Line Between Surgery and Mutilation

The Thin Line Between Surgery and Mutilation

FBI agents leaving a suburban Detroit clinic following a medical records search in April 2017. Last November a federal judge dismissed some charges against eight people, including two doctors, in the
Parents of Babies Too Young to Vaccinate Feel Trapped by Measles Outbreak

Parents of Babies Too Young to Vaccinate Feel Trapped by Measles Outbreak

Lucretia Sims with her 7-month-old son, Ayden Johnson, at their home in Taylor, Mich. Wary of the spread of measles, Ms. Sims has kept Ayden away from other children.

Trilobites: A Violent Splash of Magma That May Have Made the Moon

The object thought to have formed our lunar companion may have smashed into a baby Earth still covered in a fiery ocean.
Pelosi Accuses Barr of Law-Breaking as Democrats’ War With Him Boils Over

Pelosi Accuses Barr of Law-Breaking as Democrats’ War With Him Boils Over

“What is deadly serious about it is the attorney general of the United States of America was not telling the truth to the Congress of the United States,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters on
Democrats Have 20 Spots in the First Debate. There Are Now 21 Candidates.

Democrats Have 20 Spots in the First Debate. There Are Now 21 Candidates.

Candidates can gain access to the debate stage through grass-roots fund-raising and their standing in national polls.

A $37 Million Temporary Fix: U.S. Builds 2 New Migrant Detention Centers

Satellite images and government documents provide a first glimpse into new tent facilities at the Southwest border. They are the Trump administration’s latest efforts to deal with the increasing
Michael Bennet, Senator From Colorado, Is Running for President

Michael Bennet, Senator From Colorado, Is Running for President

Senator Michael Bennet has described his top issues as education, climate change, immigration, health care and national security.
California Today: Who Deserves a Stanford Education?

California Today: Who Deserves a Stanford Education?

People near Memorial Church on the Stanford campus. “It’s like everything here is on a different scale than the real world,” one current student said.
Does Testosterone Really Give Caster Semenya an Edge on the Track?

Does Testosterone Really Give Caster Semenya an Edge on the Track?

Doriane Coleman, a law professor at Duke University and former elite runner. The question is how to ensure a level-playing field for female athletes, she said.
Measles Outbreak: N.Y. Is Still Allowing Religious Vaccine Exemptions

Measles Outbreak: N.Y. Is Still Allowing Religious Vaccine Exemptions

The measles epidemic has led to a public health emergency declaration in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where some in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community have resisted vaccinations.