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Urban Meyer and the Missed Signs at Ohio State

Urban Meyer and the Missed Signs at Ohio State

Urban Meyer, right, with Michael V. Drake, the Ohio State University president, on Wednesday after it was announced that Meyer would be suspended for three games.
Trump Organization Could Face Criminal Charges From Manhattan D.A.

Trump Organization Could Face Criminal Charges From Manhattan D.A.

Michael D. Cohen leaving federal court in Manhattan on Tuesday.
White House Memo: With a Vocabulary From ‘Goodfellas,’ Trump Evokes His Native New York

White House Memo: With a Vocabulary From ‘Goodfellas,’ Trump Evokes His Native New York

As he faces mushrooming legal troubles, the president evokes a place replete with shady businessmen and mob-linked politicians, raffish types with unscrupulous methods and uncertain loyalties.
Three Men Sentenced to Prison for Violence at Charlottesville Rally

Three Men Sentenced to Prison for Violence at Charlottesville Rally

A scene from the violent confrontations in Charlottesville on Aug. 12, 2017. Three men were sentenced this week to prison time in connection with crimes at the white nationalist rally.
How Politics Took Over the Killing of Mollie Tibbetts

How Politics Took Over the Killing of Mollie Tibbetts

Mollie Tibbetts’s body was discovered this week in Iowa. Her death has become a focus for conservative politicians and media.
Special Envoys Were Once Disdained Under Trump. Now They’re Popping Up All Over.

Special Envoys Were Once Disdained Under Trump. Now They’re Popping Up All Over.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, right, announced on Thursday that Stephen E. Biegun would be the special envoy for North Korea.
Trump’s Lawyers Urged Him to Postpone Even Considering Pardons in Russia Inquiry

Trump’s Lawyers Urged Him to Postpone Even Considering Pardons in Russia Inquiry

President Trump’s lawyers recently urged him not to even consider pardons for former aides targeted in the Russia investigation like Paul Manafort, his former campaign chairman who was convicted this
Trump’s Vile Ploy on South Africa

Trump’s Vile Ploy on South Africa

President Trump spoke to the press during a roundtable with members of Congress and cabinet at the White House on Thursday.
Former Argentine President’s Homes Searched in Corruption Inquiry

Former Argentine President’s Homes Searched in Corruption Inquiry

Argentina’s federal police officers raid a property of the country’s former president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, in Buenos Aires on Thursday.
Chill Remains Between China and United States in Latest Trade Talks

Chill Remains Between China and United States in Latest Trade Talks

A port in China’s eastern Jiangsu province. United States tariffs on another $16 billion worth of Chinese imports went into effect on Thursday.
Treasury Issues Crackdown on State and Local Tax Workarounds

Treasury Issues Crackdown on State and Local Tax Workarounds

The Treasury Department proposed a rule on Thursday to limit the charitable contributions that Americans are allowed to deduct on their federal taxes. The move would effectively exclude donations that

‘Can The President Be Impeached?’ We Answer Your Questions

Since the news broke of Michael Cohen’s guilty plea, we received lots of questions from our readers. Adam Liptak, the Times’s Supreme Court reporter, answers them.
British Airways and Air France to Suspend Iran Service

British Airways and Air France to Suspend Iran Service

British Airways and Air France said they would suspend service to Tehran starting next month.
After Worst Kerala Floods in a Century, India Rejects Foreign Aid

After Worst Kerala Floods in a Century, India Rejects Foreign Aid

A house destroyed by flooding in the village of Kannapanakundu in the Indian state of Kerala.
T City Guides: What to Do in Berlin, According to 6 Locals

T City Guides: What to Do in Berlin, According to 6 Locals

From left: Joerg Koch, Chris Glass, Dalad Kambhu, Serhat Isik and Benjamin Alexander Huseby, Philomene Magers.
Cynthia Nixon Says She Can Win. But Who Are Her Voters?

Cynthia Nixon Says She Can Win. But Who Are Her Voters?

An adviser to Cynthia Nixon said she sought out voters that others ignored, at events like a recent “low-dollar fund-raiser” in Jackson Heights, Queens.