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Mueller Will Accept Some Written Answers From Trump

Mueller Will Accept Some Written Answers From Trump

The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, has eased his demands somewhat in negotiations over an interview with President Trump.
How NBC and Ronan Farrow Ended Up in a Feud Over Weinstein

How NBC and Ronan Farrow Ended Up in a Feud Over Weinstein

The reason for Ronan Farrow’s departure from NBC is one of many points of contention between the reporter and the network.
Roger Federer Is Tough to Beat. Global Warming Might Have Pulled an Upset.

Roger Federer Is Tough to Beat. Global Warming Might Have Pulled an Upset.

Roger Federer struggled in the heat and humidity Monday night, losing to John Millman 3-6, 7-5, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (3).
Off the Registry: Homemade Wedding Gifts

Off the Registry: Homemade Wedding Gifts

The author's marriage ring, which she made for her older daughter's wedding. The ring is a collection of marital advice from family members.
The Kremlin Wants Information. To Get It, Agents Show Up With Flowers.

The Kremlin Wants Information. To Get It, Agents Show Up With Flowers.

Nataliya Gryaznevich, an employee of a pro-democracy group, said the man who approached at her apartment in Moscow “acted like an old friend I didn’t recognize.”
A New Lawsuit Threatens Obamacare. Here’s What’s at Stake and What to Expect in Oral Arguments.

A New Lawsuit Threatens Obamacare. Here’s What’s at Stake and What to Expect in Oral Arguments.

A protest in May against a Republican attempt to change the health law. A lawsuit in Texas is challenging the law’s constitutionality.
Sorry, Mr. Trump, the Attorney General Is America’s Lawyer

Sorry, Mr. Trump, the Attorney General Is America’s Lawyer

President Trump’s latest outburst against Jeff Sessions has laid bare his contempt for the rule of law.
How to Vote as an American Living Abroad

How to Vote as an American Living Abroad

An election clerk at the Sacramento County Registrar of Voters inspects a mail-in ballot in May. More than 1.4 million Californians have already voted absentee in the state's primary, which could have
Now Twitter Edits The New Yorker

Now Twitter Edits The New Yorker

David Remnick at the 2017 New Yorker Festival.
Nike Deal With Colin Kaepernick Draws Cheers and Photos of Burning Shoes

Nike Deal With Colin Kaepernick Draws Cheers and Photos of Burning Shoes

A Nike store in New York on Tuesday. The former N.F.L. quarterback Colin Kaepernick has signed a deal with the company that makes him a face of the 30th anniversary of Nike’s “Just Do It” campaign.
Cuomo Ordered an Investigation of Racial Bias in Prisons. Nearly 2 Years Later, It’s Not Done.

Cuomo Ordered an Investigation of Racial Bias in Prisons. Nearly 2 Years Later, It’s Not Done.

At the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora, N.Y., black inmates were nearly four times as likely as white inmates to be sent to isolation in 2015.

I Work at the Happiest Place on Earth. Why Can’t I Pay My Rent?

These Disneyland employees are fighting to pass a living-wage ballot measure in Anaheim, Calif.
On Washington: A New Reality for Court Confirmations: Pandemonium, Protesters and Partisanship

On Washington: A New Reality for Court Confirmations: Pandemonium, Protesters and Partisanship

Protesters shouted objections to Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh and President Trump throughout the confirmation hearing on Tuesday.
Deadly Airstrikes in Syria Raise Fears of New Offensive

Deadly Airstrikes in Syria Raise Fears of New Offensive

Russian airstrikes hit the rebel-hold town of Muhambal in Idlib Province on Tuesday.