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Roger Stone Sold Himself to Trump’s Campaign as a WikiLeaks Pipeline. Was He?

Roger Stone Sold Himself to Trump’s Campaign as a WikiLeaks Pipeline. Was He?

Senior Trump campaign officials have told investigators that they viewed Roger J. Stone Jr. as a conduit to WikiLeaks during the 2016 campaign.
Read the Emails: The Trump Campaign and Roger Stone

Read the Emails: The Trump Campaign and Roger Stone

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks. Roger J. Stone Jr., a longtime Trump confidant, portrayed himself to top Trump campaign officials as a conduit to WikiLeaks during the 2016 election.
Review: ‘The Other Side of the Wind’ Is Orson Welles’s Haunted Hall of Mirrors

Review: ‘The Other Side of the Wind’ Is Orson Welles’s Haunted Hall of Mirrors

Peter Bogdanovich, left, and John Huston in “The Other Side of the Wind.”

Anatomy of a Scene: Watch: Paul Dano Narrates a Carey Mulligan Scene From ‘Wildlife’

The actor-turned-director discusses a sequence in which a mother and son make an unconventional visit to the mountains.

Subway Break Dancers, Clad in Armor, Go Medieval at the Met Museum

Watch: The Met invited the break dancers to perform with the museum’s collection of breastplates, gauntlets, hoods and other heraldry live in its galleries.
Art review: How Conspiracy Theories Shape Art

Art review: How Conspiracy Theories Shape Art

“Searching for K,” Alfredo Jaar's 1984 collation of photographs, shows Henry Kissinger, Richard Nixon's national security adviser, with red circles around his head.
Ron DeSantis, a Trump Ally, Struggles in Florida as Racial Flare-Ups Come to Fore

Ron DeSantis, a Trump Ally, Struggles in Florida as Racial Flare-Ups Come to Fore

Supporters of Andrew Gillum listened during a campaign event at Miami Dade College on Monday. Mr. DeSantis is trailing Mr. Gillum slightly in the polls ahead of the midterm election.
Despite Stigma of Khashoggi Killing, Crown Prince Is Seen as Retaining Power

Despite Stigma of Khashoggi Killing, Crown Prince Is Seen as Retaining Power

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman speaking at an investor conference in Riyadh last month.
Personal Journeys: Pasta Dreams and Flying Machines: Our Tuscan Adventure

Personal Journeys: Pasta Dreams and Flying Machines: Our Tuscan Adventure

The author's family ordered three pastas at Restaurant Dopolavoro on the La Foce estate in the Val d' Orcia region of Tuscany.
Mystery of the Midterm Elections: Where Are the Russians?

Mystery of the Midterm Elections: Where Are the Russians?

Workers at Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit forensics lab in Redmond, Wash. “We’re seeing activity in the U.S., but we’re seeing it at levels less than we saw in 2016,” said Tom Burt, vice president
The Week in Good News: A Duck in Central Park, Rooftop Gardens, ‘Little Free Libraries’

The Week in Good News: A Duck in Central Park, Rooftop Gardens, ‘Little Free Libraries’

How this glamorous duck arrived in Central Park is a mystery. But we are happy he’s there.
Trump’s Nationalism Is Breaking Point for Some Suburban Voters, Risking G.O.P. Coalition

Trump’s Nationalism Is Breaking Point for Some Suburban Voters, Risking G.O.P. Coalition

Representative John Culberson, right, Republican of Texas, talked to voters in a Houston neighborhood in September. His district voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Stacey Abrams and the Black Women Reshaping the Left

Stacey Abrams and the Black Women Reshaping the Left

Stacey Abrams giving the keynote speech at the Georgia State Democratic Convention in Atlanta, last August.
Trump Finds Support After the Pittsburgh Massacre, From the Israeli Government

Trump Finds Support After the Pittsburgh Massacre, From the Israeli Government

President Trump met with the Israeli ambassador to the United States, Ron Dermer, in Pittsburgh on Tuesday.
The Girl Who Seized the Internet

The Girl Who Seized the Internet

A display at the gravesite of the social media star Tara Fares, in Najaf, Iraq.
Major Study Finds ‘Some Evidence’ of Link Between Cellphone Radiation and Brain Cancer

Major Study Finds ‘Some Evidence’ of Link Between Cellphone Radiation and Brain Cancer

Rodents were exposed to radiation at 900 megahertz, a frequency typical of the second generation of cellphones that prevailed in the 1990s, when the study was first conceived.
The Interpreter: The Weaknesses in Liberal Democracy That May Be Pulling It Apart

The Interpreter: The Weaknesses in Liberal Democracy That May Be Pulling It Apart

Supporters of the Brazilian far-right presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro celebrating his victory in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday.