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Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Says the F.B.I. Investigated Kavanaugh ‘With a No-Toothed Comb’

Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Says the F.B.I. Investigated Kavanaugh ‘With a No-Toothed Comb’

Seth Meyers and other late-night hosts criticized the F.B.I.’s investigation into sexual assault claims against Judge Brett Kavanaugh.
Maja Hoffmann Fights to Build Her Cultural Capital in Arles, France

Maja Hoffmann Fights to Build Her Cultural Capital in Arles, France

Maja Hoffmann at the Luma Foundation Arles, her $175 million arts complex, currently under construction. A collector, curator and heir to a pharmaceutical fortune, Ms. Hoffmann has the ambition of a
As Afghanistan Frays, Blackwater Founder Erik Prince Is Everywhere

As Afghanistan Frays, Blackwater Founder Erik Prince Is Everywhere

Erik Prince arriving for a closed-door meeting with members of the House Intelligence Committee in Washington last year.
Trump Mocks Al Franken for Quick Resignation Over Claims of Sex Misconduct

Trump Mocks Al Franken for Quick Resignation Over Claims of Sex Misconduct

President Trump in Rochester, Minn., on Thursday for his third campaign rally so far this week.
Europe Plans a Way to Evade Sanctions on Iran. Will It Work?

Europe Plans a Way to Evade Sanctions on Iran. Will It Work?

Federica Mogherini, the European Union’s top diplomat, and Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran’s foreign minister, announced last month a “special payments entity” to shield non-American companies from the
Kavanaugh Has Regrets About Testimony: ‘I Said a Few Things I Should Not Have Said’

Kavanaugh Has Regrets About Testimony: ‘I Said a Few Things I Should Not Have Said’

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s op-ed in The Wall Street Journal appeared to be aimed at a handful of lawmakers who remained publicly undecided about his confirmation.
Hunted for Months, Reputed Mobster Is Gunned Down at McDonald’s

Hunted for Months, Reputed Mobster Is Gunned Down at McDonald’s

The police investigated the fatal shooting at a drive-through window at a McDonald’s in the Bronx on Thursday.
50 Years Later, Troubles Still Cast ‘Huge Shadow’ Over Northern Ireland

50 Years Later, Troubles Still Cast ‘Huge Shadow’ Over Northern Ireland

British soldiers charging Catholic youths in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, in 1971.
Retired Justice John Paul Stevens Says Kavanaugh Is Not Fit for Supreme Court

Retired Justice John Paul Stevens Says Kavanaugh Is Not Fit for Supreme Court

John Paul Stevens said Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s statements revealed prejudices that would make it impossible for him to do the court’s work.
Singing, Chanting and Rage on Capitol Hill as Kavanaugh Vote Nears

Singing, Chanting and Rage on Capitol Hill as Kavanaugh Vote Nears

The room where senators were reviewing a single copy of the F.B.I. report on the allegations against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh.
A Complete National Disgrace

A Complete National Disgrace

Protesters opposed to Judge Brett Kavanaugh at the Supreme Court building on Thursday evening.
Hoaxers Slip Breastaurants and Dog-Park Sex Into Journals

Hoaxers Slip Breastaurants and Dog-Park Sex Into Journals

James A. Lindsay, Helen Pluckrose and Peter Boghossian wrote 20 fake scholarly papers and had several accepted and published in journals.
Sexual Assault Is Male Rite of Passage, Professor Says in Test of Free Speech

Sexual Assault Is Male Rite of Passage, Professor Says in Test of Free Speech

Protesters at Brooklyn College on Thursday demanded that Mitchell Langbert, an associate professor of business, be fired for his blog post about sexual assault.
Ambush on the Police: An Abundance of Grief, and a Lack of Answers

Ambush on the Police: An Abundance of Grief, and a Lack of Answers

Police officers patrolled the scene in Florence, S.C., where an officer was killed in an exchange of gunfire on Wednesday.