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G.O.P. Hopes Anger Over Treatment of Kavanaugh Propels Voters to the Polls

G.O.P. Hopes Anger Over Treatment of Kavanaugh Propels Voters to the Polls

Republicans have seized on Democrats’ efforts to sink the nomination of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to issue dark warnings about a Democratic takeover.
An Infant Is Dead, Her Twin Is Injured, and Their Mother Is in Police Custody

An Infant Is Dead, Her Twin Is Injured, and Their Mother Is in Police Custody

The home on Ashby Avenue in Queens where a 13-month-old girl was found dead and her twin brother seriously injured.
As a San Francisco Skyscraper Leans, a Call for Stricter Building Codes

As a San Francisco Skyscraper Leans, a Call for Stricter Building Codes

Millennium Tower in San Francisco, center, is leaning 15 inches toward neighboring high rises.
Russia’s Spies, Foiled Again

Russia’s Spies, Foiled Again

Officials at a news conference in Washington on Thursday announced criminal charges against seven Russian GRU intelligence officers.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Plastics Are Predicted to Rise

Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Plastics Are Predicted to Rise

A plastic bag in a Dow Chemical research and development lab in Freeport, Tex.
A Supreme Violation

A Supreme Violation

A protester took a break last week outside the Dirksen Senate building, where the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Christine Blasey Ford testified before the Senate Judiciary
Spellbound by Harry Potter and the Museum of Magic

Spellbound by Harry Potter and the Museum of Magic

In the new exhibition “Harry Potter: A History of Magic,” at the New-York Historical Society through Jan. 27, galleries are arranged by the subjects taught at Hogwarts, including astronomy.
Ron DeSantis Reboots in Close Florida Governor’s Race, After Early Stumble

Ron DeSantis Reboots in Close Florida Governor’s Race, After Early Stumble

Ron DeSantis, the Republican candidate for governor, spoke during a campaign event in Kissimmee, Fla., on Saturday.
Dave Anderson, Award-Winning Times Sportswriter, Dies at 89

Dave Anderson, Award-Winning Times Sportswriter, Dies at 89

Dave Anderson in 2003. A New York Times sports columnist for more than three decades, he was one of the few sportswriters to win a Pulitzer Prize for commentary.
‘It Is Not Coming Down’: San Francisco Defends ‘Comfort Women’ Statue as Japan Protests

‘It Is Not Coming Down’: San Francisco Defends ‘Comfort Women’ Statue as Japan Protests

In September 2017, San Francisco unveiled a memorial commemorating the tens of thousands of “comfort women” who were detained and raped by Japanese soldiers before and during World War II.
Trump and the Aristocracy of Fraud

Trump and the Aristocracy of Fraud

Donald Trump with his father, Fred, in 1987.
Elon Musk Calls S.E.C. ‘the Shortseller Enrichment Commission’ on Twitter

Elon Musk Calls S.E.C. ‘the Shortseller Enrichment Commission’ on Twitter

Elon Musk, the chief executive of Tesla, taunted the Securities and Exchange Commission on Twitter on Thursday, less than a week after he reached a settlement with federal regulators.
Cries for Help Give Way to Silence: After the Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami

Cries for Help Give Way to Silence: After the Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami

A search and rescue team look for bodies under the Roa Roa Hotel on Monday.
Critic’s Notebook: In ’80s Comedies, Boys Had It Made. Girls Were the Joke.

Critic’s Notebook: In ’80s Comedies, Boys Had It Made. Girls Were the Joke.

A scene from “Porky’s,” which was among the top-grossing movies of 1982.
Rifts Break Open at Facebook Over Kavanaugh Hearing

Rifts Break Open at Facebook Over Kavanaugh Hearing

Joel Kaplan, Facebook’s vice president for global public policy, left, sat two rows behind Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh at his testimony in Congress last week. They are longtime friends.
A Wild Country Party in Australia Proves a Balm for Rural Loneliness

A Wild Country Party in Australia Proves a Balm for Rural Loneliness

A competitor in his “ute” waiting to take part in a so-called circle work competition at the Deni Ute Muster festival in Deniliquin, Australia, last week.