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The Curse of Affirmative Action

The Curse of Affirmative Action

Renee Gu, 7, rested during a rally in Copley Square to protest Harvard University’s admissions practices toward Asian-Americans.
U.C.F. Is the Best College Football Team in Florida. So, Where’s the Respect?

U.C.F. Is the Best College Football Team in Florida. So, Where’s the Respect?

Defensive lineman Titus Davis recovers a fumble against Memphis during the second half of last weekend’s 31-30 win.
BepiColombo Launches on Long Journey to Mercury

BepiColombo Launches on Long Journey to Mercury

An Ariane 5 rocket lifts off in French Guiana on Friday, carrying the BepiColombo spacecraft to the planet Mercury.
More Insulting Lies From Saudi Arabia

More Insulting Lies From Saudi Arabia

A portrait of Mohammed bin Salman on display in Riyadh.
Bill Walker, Governor of Alaska, Suspends Campaign Amid Sinking Polls

Bill Walker, Governor of Alaska, Suspends Campaign Amid Sinking Polls

Gov. Bill Walker, an independent, suspended his campaign on Friday and urged voters to support an opponent, Mark Begich.
Fox Network Is Replacing Chief With Charlie Collier of AMC

Fox Network Is Replacing Chief With Charlie Collier of AMC

Charlie Collier, president of AMC for a decade, was named the next leader of the Fox broadcast network in a surprise move.
Man Charged With Threatening to Murder 2 Senators Who Supported Kavanaugh

Man Charged With Threatening to Murder 2 Senators Who Supported Kavanaugh

Ronald DeRisi threatened to kill two senators who voted to confirm Brett M. Kavanaugh as a Supreme Court justice, according to a complaint prepared by the United States Capitol Police.
The Issues That Russian Operatives Used to Divide Americans, in Their Own Words

The Issues That Russian Operatives Used to Divide Americans, in Their Own Words

Among the memes that Russian operatives tried to spread ahead of the midterm elections, prosecutors said, was a false narrative that the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, had a history of
White House Memo: Trump and Women: Another Writer Looks for Answers

White House Memo: Trump and Women: Another Writer Looks for Answers

President Trump has made disparaging comments about women’s appearances and behavior, and expressed a belief that women can’t be trusted.
Uproar Over Dissident Rattles Saudi Royal Family

Uproar Over Dissident Rattles Saudi Royal Family

The Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, left, with Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, center, and King Salman. The royal family consists of thousands of descendants of the king who founded the country.
A Whole Lot of Babbling Going On

A Whole Lot of Babbling Going On

President Trump during a campaign rally in Missoula, Mont., on Thursday.
Something New May Be Rising Off California Coast: Wind Farms

Something New May Be Rising Off California Coast: Wind Farms

The first offshore wind farm in the United States, a five-turbine installation off Block Island, R.I., came online in 2016. Wind projects off California, in deeper waters, will require new techniques.
As Trump Assails Caravan, a Clash Between Migrants and Mexico Police

As Trump Assails Caravan, a Clash Between Migrants and Mexico Police

In anticipation of the caravan’s arrival at the southern border, the Mexican government deployed hundreds of National Police personnel.
Saudi Arabia Says Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed in Consulate Fight

Saudi Arabia Says Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed in Consulate Fight

The kingdom’s public prosecutor said Mr. Khashoggi died after an argument and fistfight inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
Shirin Aliabadi, Iranian Artist With a Focus on Women, Dies at 45

Shirin Aliabadi, Iranian Artist With a Focus on Women, Dies at 45

From Shirin Aliabadi’s “Miss Hybrid” series (2008). The bandaged nose denotes plastic surgery, a status symbol among women in Iran.