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Lens: Refugees and Migrants Tell Their Own Stories Through Photographs

Lens: Refugees and Migrants Tell Their Own Stories Through Photographs

James Jean, who is Haitian-American, and Patrice Worthy, who is African-American, wearing traditional clothing from their parents’ heritage. New York, United States, 2016. From the series “After
Journalist Who Spread Conspiracy Theories Will Oversee Italy’s State TV

Journalist Who Spread Conspiracy Theories Will Oversee Italy’s State TV

The appointment of Marcello Foa as chairman of Italy’s state broadcaster RAI marks a victory of the populist parties over the establishment press that once discounted them.
How Alliances Made Athens Great

How Alliances Made Athens Great

“Pericles’ Funeral Oration,” by the 19th-century German painter Philipp von Foltz.
Nashville Police Officer Faces Homicide Charge in Killing of a Black Man

Nashville Police Officer Faces Homicide Charge in Killing of a Black Man

Officer Andrew Delke of the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department leaves after being booked Thursday on a criminal homicide charge in the July 26 shooting death of Daniel Hambrick.
New York’s Next Nickname: The Big Sponge?

New York’s Next Nickname: The Big Sponge?

After rain flooded parts of Copenhagen in 2011, officials there developed a plan for fortifying the city against intense storms. The effort is being emulated by New York.
China Rejects Trump’s Charges of Meddling in U.S. Elections

China Rejects Trump’s Charges of Meddling in U.S. Elections

President Trump told the United Nations Security Council on Wednesday that the Chinese “do not want me or us to win.”
With Caffeine and Determination, Christine Blasey Ford Relives Her Trauma

With Caffeine and Determination, Christine Blasey Ford Relives Her Trauma

Students from the all-girls Holton-Arms School in Maryland, which Dr. Blasey attended, on Capitol Hill on Thursday.

4 Key Takeaways From the Blasey and Kavanaugh Hearing

In a stunning hearing on Thursday, Christine Blasey Ford told her story in raw and gripping testimony as Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh fought to clear his name and salvage his confirmation.
Washington Rolls Back Safety Rules Inspired by Deepwater Horizon Disaster

Washington Rolls Back Safety Rules Inspired by Deepwater Horizon Disaster

An offshore oil platform off Louisiana’s coast in the Gulf of Mexico, where the Deepwater Horizon spill occurred in 2010.
Watching Her Speak for Us All

Watching Her Speak for Us All

Christine Blasey Ford testifying Thursday on Capitol Hill.
A Nation Transfixed as Emotional Testimony in Kavanaugh Hearing Unfolds

A Nation Transfixed as Emotional Testimony in Kavanaugh Hearing Unfolds

Supporters of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh gathered at Senator Charles E. Grassley’s office to watch the hearing.
Kavanaugh Hearings on TV Offer Riveting Drama to a Captive Nation

Kavanaugh Hearings on TV Offer Riveting Drama to a Captive Nation

A crowd on Thursday in the Hart Senate Office Building, where Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
As Senator Collins Weighs Vote, Maine Women Size Up Blasey and Kavanaugh

As Senator Collins Weighs Vote, Maine Women Size Up Blasey and Kavanaugh

In Maine, the home state of Senator Susan Collins, several women discussed the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh throughout Thursday. The women included, from left, Sarah
Critic’s Notebook: A High-Stakes Hearing Raises Two Voices, One Quiet, One Loud

Critic’s Notebook: A High-Stakes Hearing Raises Two Voices, One Quiet, One Loud

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh was an angry counterpoint to his more reticent accuser, Christine Blasey, in one of the most anticipated televised Senate hearings since Anita Hill and Clarence Thomas in