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Seven Buds for Seven Brothers

Seven Buds for Seven Brothers

From left, Jared, Joel, Jon, Jordan, Austin, Josh and Jesse Stanley.

Corruption Charges Against Aaron Schock, Former Congressman, Will Be Dropped

Mr. Schock, once seen as a rising Republican star, had faced felony corruption charges. Under the agreement, he must repay his campaign committees and the I.R.S.

Senator Martha McSally Says Superior Officer in the Air Force Raped Her

Senator Martha McSally, the first woman in the Air Force to fly in combat, said a superior officer had raped her while she was serving.
Trump’s Big Tech Bluster

Trump’s Big Tech Bluster

Makan Delrahim, President Trump’s top antitrust official.
Hip-Hop Artists Give the Supreme Court a Primer on Rap Music

Hip-Hop Artists Give the Supreme Court a Primer on Rap Music

“Outlaw country music is given much more poetic license than gangster rap, and I listen to both,” Killer Mike said in an interview.
Democrats Reject Fox News as 2020 Debate Host, Citing Ties to Trump

Democrats Reject Fox News as 2020 Debate Host, Citing Ties to Trump

Tom Perez, the Democratic National Committee chairman, said in a statement that Fox News “is not in a position to host a fair and neutral debate for our candidates.”
‘The Place Is Extraordinary’: Well-Preserved Artifacts Are Found Under Maya Ruins

‘The Place Is Extraordinary’: Well-Preserved Artifacts Are Found Under Maya Ruins

The archaeologist Guillermo de Anda next to pre-Columbian artifacts in a cave at the Maya ruins of Chichén Itzá.
Are These Paintings Really by Hitler? German Authorities Are Investigating

Are These Paintings Really by Hitler? German Authorities Are Investigating

“Village on a Mountain Lake,” a watercolor signed “A. Hitler,” was auctioned in February at Weidler’s in Nuremberg, Germany. It had no bidders in the public sale but later sold for around $34,000 in a

The India-Pakistan Conflict Was a Parade of Lies

The internet contributed to the culture of mendacity in a fight between nuclear neighbors.
For Nakhane, Songs Can Be Painful and Dangerous. His New Album Is a Balm.

For Nakhane, Songs Can Be Painful and Dangerous. His New Album Is a Balm.

It was the collapse of all that Nakhane knew — his exit from the church, a period of financial hardship and quasi-homelessness — that led to the emotional breakthroughs he explores on “You Will Not

Lens: In Today’s Headlines, Echoes of Central America’s Proxy Wars of the 1980s

Scott Wallace documented deadly conflicts in crowded Central American cities and dusty hamlets during the 1980s. Their effects are still felt today.
Books News: ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ Is Coming to Netflix

Books News: ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ Is Coming to Netflix

Gabriel García Márquez’s 1967 seminal novel, “One Hundred Years of Solitude,” will be adapted for the screen for the first time ever.
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Says He’ll Shift Focus to Users’ Privacy

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Says He’ll Shift Focus to Users’ Privacy

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, said he planned to build systems and products that create a type of “digital living room” where people can expect their discussions to be private.
Canadian Politics Aren’t Cute. They’re Corrupt.

Canadian Politics Aren’t Cute. They’re Corrupt.

Justin Trudeau, prime minister of Canada, with his former principal secretary, Gerald Butts, last year.
Critic’s Pick: ‘An Elephant Sitting Still’ Review: Bleak, Graceful Realism

Critic’s Pick: ‘An Elephant Sitting Still’ Review: Bleak, Graceful Realism

Peng Yuchang, left, and Zhang Yu in “An Elephant Sitting Still,” directed by Hu Bo.
Adès and Adams: Big Composers With Simultaneous Big Premieres

Adès and Adams: Big Composers With Simultaneous Big Premieres

Thomas Adès, left, and John Adams. Piano concertos by the two composers will have their premieres on the same night in Boston and Los Angeles.