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Bill Cosby Sentencing: Psychologist Says Threat to Women Remains

Bill Cosby Sentencing: Psychologist Says Threat to Women Remains

Bill Cosby leaves court after the first day of his sentencing hearing.
The New Health Care: Congratulations. Your Study Went Nowhere.

The New Health Care: Congratulations. Your Study Went Nowhere.

A review of research on antidepressants showed how biases can harm science.
The Checkup: In Baseball, Lessons in Loyalty and Tolerance

The Checkup: In Baseball, Lessons in Loyalty and Tolerance

Boston Red Sox fans cheering after the Red Sox defeated the New York Yankees 11-6 on Thursday, clinching the American League East title.
One Big Problem With Medicaid Work Requirement: People Are Unaware It Exists

One Big Problem With Medicaid Work Requirement: People Are Unaware It Exists

Advocates for the poor describe the state’s website as confusing to navigate, especially for people with limited computer skills and overall literacy.
A G.O.P. Senate Candidate Highlights His Drug Industry Career. Should He?

A G.O.P. Senate Candidate Highlights His Drug Industry Career. Should He?

Bob Hugin spoke in 2014 at a groundbreaking ceremony in Summit, N.J., for Celgene, the pharmaceutical company he led until stepping down to run for United States Senate. To his right are
Fears of Maldives Crisis Ease After President Concedes Election Loss

Fears of Maldives Crisis Ease After President Concedes Election Loss

The opposition presidential candidate Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, center, with his running mate, Faisal Naseem, right, at a rally in Malé, Maldives, on Monday.
Sexual Harassment Allegations Wipe a Name Off the Map

Sexual Harassment Allegations Wipe a Name Off the Map

The Royal Society Range in Antarctica, where the Matataua Glacier is located. The glacier’s name was changed after the geologist for whom it had been named, David Marchant, was accused of sexual
Hong Kong Bans Pro-Independence Party

Hong Kong Bans Pro-Independence Party

Andy Chan, founder of the Hong Kong National Party, leaving the Foreign Correspondents' Club in Hong Kong in August.
News Analysis: Constrained From Fighting, Trump Is Left a Spectator With Kavanaugh in Peril

News Analysis: Constrained From Fighting, Trump Is Left a Spectator With Kavanaugh in Peril

Confirmation proceedings for Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, the president’s pick for the Supreme Court, have been thrown into turmoil.
Want to Seem More Likable? Try This

Want to Seem More Likable? Try This

People who ask more questions are better liked by their conversation partners, researchers say.
Tiger Woods, Golf’s Dominant Force, Hoists a Trophy Once Again

Tiger Woods, Golf’s Dominant Force, Hoists a Trophy Once Again

Tiger Woods on the first tee at East Lake Golf Club for the final round of the Tour Championship. Woods, 42, claimed his first victory since 2013.
French Turn on Macron, as They Grow Impatient for Results

French Turn on Macron, as They Grow Impatient for Results

The weekly farmer’s market in Montmorillon, in central-western France. From villages to the district’s ancient towns, the judgment of President Emmanuel Macron is largely negative.
Will the Defeat of Renegade Democrats Bring a Blue Wave to Albany?

Will the Defeat of Renegade Democrats Bring a Blue Wave to Albany?

Supporters of Alessandra Biagi at her primary watch party this month.
South Korea’s Leader Opens a Door to the North

South Korea’s Leader Opens a Door to the North

President Moon Jae-in of South Korea, center, visited Samjiyon with President Kim Jong-un of North Korea, left, and Ri Sol-ju, Kim’s wife, on Thursday. This was the third summit meeting between the
Scandal Shakes a Virginia House Republican, Adding to Electoral Tremors

Scandal Shakes a Virginia House Republican, Adding to Electoral Tremors

Representative Scott Taylor’s campaign is facing accusations that it was part of an improper effort to help an independent candidate get on the ballot, hurting his Democratic opponent.
Thomas, Kavanaugh and Race

Thomas, Kavanaugh and Race

Clarence Thomas in 1991, left; Brett Kavanaugh in 2018.