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‘America to Me’: What Did the Students Think?

‘America to Me’: What Did the Students Think?

From left, Caroline Robling-Griest, Ke’Shawn Kumsa and Jada Buford were among the Chicago high school students followed in the Starz docu-series “America to Me.”
24 Years Later, Woman Who Was Maligned After Rape Gets Apology From Police Commissioner

24 Years Later, Woman Who Was Maligned After Rape Gets Apology From Police Commissioner

New York’s police commissioner, James P. O’Neill, apologized to the victim of a 1994 rape in Prospect Park, whose story investigators doubted. Earlier this year the rapist was identified through DNA.
On Soccer: Dread, Then Grief, Engulfs Leicester After Owner’s Helicopter Crash

On Soccer: Dread, Then Grief, Engulfs Leicester After Owner’s Helicopter Crash

A tribute to Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the Leicester City owner who died on Saturday, outside the team’s stadium on Sunday.
News Analysis: For Trump, Dutiful Words of Grief, Then Off to the Next Fight

News Analysis: For Trump, Dutiful Words of Grief, Then Off to the Next Fight

President Trump has made clear he does not see national harmony as his mission.
Back at Georgetown Prep, Kavanaugh Is Hailed as a Hero

Back at Georgetown Prep, Kavanaugh Is Hailed as a Hero

Wearing a red cap, Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, the newest member of the Supreme Court, joined members of the football team at his alma mater, Georgetown Prep, on Saturday.
Red Sox Beat Dodgers to Win 9th World Series Championship

Red Sox Beat Dodgers to Win 9th World Series Championship

Mookie Betts watched his solo home run off Clayton Kershaw in the sixth inning.
Angela Merkel Gets New Election Setback in Germany

Angela Merkel Gets New Election Setback in Germany

A Green party candidate, Tarek Al-Wazir, voting in Hesse state elections on Sunday.
Ntozake Shange, Who Wrote ‘For Colored Girls,’ Is Dead at 70

Ntozake Shange, Who Wrote ‘For Colored Girls,’ Is Dead at 70

Ntozake Shange, right, in her play “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf,” which was nominated for a Tony Award in 1977.
Trump’s Potent Toxicity

Trump’s Potent Toxicity

President Trump speaks during a rally at Southern Illinois Airport on Saturday.
Trump’s Corruption: The Definitive List

Trump’s Corruption: The Definitive List

President Trump, his family and many of the people he has hired are profiting from his presidency.
Brazil’s Polarizing New President, Jair Bolsonaro, in His Own Words

Brazil’s Polarizing New President, Jair Bolsonaro, in His Own Words

Jair Bolsonaro in Rio de Janeiro this month. He has long been known for making statements that offend large segments of society.
Rev. Thomas Keating, Pioneer in Contemplative Movement, Dies at 95

Rev. Thomas Keating, Pioneer in Contemplative Movement, Dies at 95

The Rev. Thomas Keating and the Dalai Lama at a conference in Boston in 2012, in a scene from a documentary directed by Father Keating’s nephew Peter C. Jones.
Estranged Family of Cesar Sayoc, Bombing Suspect, Wants Him to Get Help

Estranged Family of Cesar Sayoc, Bombing Suspect, Wants Him to Get Help

A van believed to belong to Cesar Sayoc Jr., the man suspected of mailing a dozen parcel bombs to critics of President Trump, was taken away by the police on Friday.

Retro Report: Religion and Right-Wing Politics: How Evangelicals Reshaped Elections

In the early 1970s, many evangelical Christians weren’t active in politics. Within a few years they had reshaped American politics for a generation.
Jair Bolsonaro Wins Brazil’s Presidency, in a Shift to the Far Right

Jair Bolsonaro Wins Brazil’s Presidency, in a Shift to the Far Right

Jair Bolsonaro speaking to supporters on Sunday in a televised address from his home in Rio de Janeiro after he was declared the winner of the presidential runoff.
The Hate Poisoning America

The Hate Poisoning America

Pittsburgh residents at a vigil for victims of the shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue.
Fox Executive Condemns Remarks by Guest on Lou Dobbs Show

Fox Executive Condemns Remarks by Guest on Lou Dobbs Show

George Soros in Berlin last year. He is a frequent target of right-wing and anti-Semitic attacks.
Selling Donald Trump: A First-Time Campaign Manager Tries to Defy the Doubters

Selling Donald Trump: A First-Time Campaign Manager Tries to Defy the Doubters

Brad Parscale, the campaign manager for President Trump’s 2020 re-election effort, during a rally in Southaven, Miss., this month. “I’m the cog in the middle that makes it all turn together,” he said.