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Christine Blasey Ford’s Credibility Under New Attack by Senate Republicans

Christine Blasey Ford’s Credibility Under New Attack by Senate Republicans

A former boyfriend of Christine Blasey Ford said he witnessed her helping a friend prepare for a possible polygraph examination, contradicting her sworn testimony before the Senate Judiciary
French Interior Minister Quits, a Fresh Blow to Macron

French Interior Minister Quits, a Fresh Blow to Macron

Gérard Collomb, right, with Prime Minister Édouard Philippe of France in Paris on Wednesday.
In Tennessee Senate Race, Financial Missteps Linger in the Background

In Tennessee Senate Race, Financial Missteps Linger in the Background

Phil Bredesen, a Democrat and former Tennessee governor, is a moderate who has refrained from assailing President Trump.
The Republican Attack on California

The Republican Attack on California

Protesters near the Federal Communications Commission in Washington last year as it prepared to vote on net neutrality.
London’s Radio Pirates Changed Music. Then Came the Internet.

London’s Radio Pirates Changed Music. Then Came the Internet.

DM Cut, left, and I-One, part of the Future Thinkin crew broadcasting at the Kool London studios, in London, on Monday. Kool launched as a pirate radio station in 1991, but is now focused on
How Times Journalists Uncovered the Original Source of the President’s Wealth

How Times Journalists Uncovered the Original Source of the President’s Wealth

The Times obtained more than 100,000 pages of documents for an investigation into the source of the president's wealth.
A Tsunami Didn’t Destroy These 1,747 Homes. It Was the Ground Itself, Flowing

A Tsunami Didn’t Destroy These 1,747 Homes. It Was the Ground Itself, Flowing

A destroyed neighborhood in Palu, Indonesia, on Wednesday. Hundreds of buildings were destroyed by liquefaction, which causes soil to lose its ability to support structures.
$5 Million Got His Name on His Alma Mater. A Facebook Post May Erase It.

$5 Million Got His Name on His Alma Mater. A Facebook Post May Erase It.

Oxford Square on an Ole Miss game day in Oxford, Miss. Ed Meek, a Mississippi graduate and donor, drew condemnation for a post in which he used a photo of two black students to complain of
Amazon’s Surrender Is Inspiring

Amazon’s Surrender Is Inspiring

A worker prepares a package at an Amazon fulfillment center in Baltimore. Amazon announced Tuesday that it would raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour for its United States employees.
Kavanaugh Proceedings Drive a Senate Once Governed by Decorum Into Rancor

Kavanaugh Proceedings Drive a Senate Once Governed by Decorum Into Rancor

Senators Charles E. Grassley and Dianne Feinstein talking with aides last week during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.
International Court Orders U.S. to Ease Some Iran Sanctions

International Court Orders U.S. to Ease Some Iran Sanctions

Iran is trying to nullify the new round of sanctions, which have inflicted pain on its troubled economy.
On Baseball: For the Cubs, the Playoffs Aren’t Good Enough Anymore

On Baseball: For the Cubs, the Playoffs Aren’t Good Enough Anymore

The Cubs were eliminated in the wild-card game after losing a playoff for a division title.
Wife of Malaysia’s Ex-Prime Minister, Known for Moneyed Lifestyle, Is Arrested

Wife of Malaysia’s Ex-Prime Minister, Known for Moneyed Lifestyle, Is Arrested

Rosmah Mansor, right, the wife of Najib Razak, the former prime minister of Malaysia, arriving for questioning at the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency in Putrajaya on Wednesday.
Nobel Prize in Chemistry Is Awarded to 3 Scientists for Using Evolution in Design of Molecules

Nobel Prize in Chemistry Is Awarded to 3 Scientists for Using Evolution in Design of Molecules

The 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to Frances H. Arnold, George P. Smith and Gregory P. Winter for their work in evolutionary science.
Fred Trump, M.L.B., Lady Gaga: Your Wednesday Briefing

Fred Trump, M.L.B., Lady Gaga: Your Wednesday Briefing

Donald Trump and his father, Fred Trump, in the 1980s. The son benefited from his father’s vast real estate empire.
Australia Scraps Tax on Tampons, Once Considered a ‘Luxury’

Australia Scraps Tax on Tampons, Once Considered a ‘Luxury’

Senator Janet Rice celebrated the news on Wednesday that a tax on tampons would be lifted nationwide in Australia.
Russian Meddling Is a Symptom, Not the Disease

Russian Meddling Is a Symptom, Not the Disease

Facebook pages created by a Russian troll factory, the Internet Research Agency, on display at a House Intelligence Committee hearing last November.