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Brock Long’s Woes Mount as House G.O.P. Launches Travel Inquiry

Brock Long’s Woes Mount as House G.O.P. Launches Travel Inquiry

“I would never intentionally run a program incorrectly,” Brock Long, the administrator of FEMA, told reporters during a call last Thursday.
Hillary Clinton Condemns Trump in New Essay: ‘Our Democracy Is in Crisis’

Hillary Clinton Condemns Trump in New Essay: ‘Our Democracy Is in Crisis’

Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump at a presidential debate in Missouri in 2016. In a new essay, Mrs. Clinton compares the president to a tyrant.
Profile: Jill Lepore on Writing the Story of America (in 1,000 Pages or Less)

Profile: Jill Lepore on Writing the Story of America (in 1,000 Pages or Less)

Jill Lepore, the author of “These Truths: A History of the United States,” outside the Widener Library at Harvard, where she is a professor.
A Trove of Lincoln Artifacts Heads to Auction

A Trove of Lincoln Artifacts Heads to Auction

A portrait of Abraham Lincoln, by John C. Wolfe, is considered the most valuable item among the hundreds belonging to the author Harold Holzer, one of the best-known collectors of Lincoln artifacts,
Reversing Course, Chris Collins Will Seek 4th House Term Despite Indictment

Reversing Course, Chris Collins Will Seek 4th House Term Despite Indictment

Representative Chris Collins will re-enter his congressional race, despite facing a federal indictment relating to insider trading charges. Mr. Collins has denied any wrongdoing.
An Avalanche of Japanese Shave Ice

An Avalanche of Japanese Shave Ice

At Cha-an Teahouse in the East Village, the pastry chef Norie Uematsu serves a white peach kakigori, with peach compote, chewy housemade jellies and syrup.
Bugs, Weeds, Gophers: A Trump-TV Antithesis Tackles Real Problems

Bugs, Weeds, Gophers: A Trump-TV Antithesis Tackles Real Problems

Cathy Cripps, left, and Laurie Kerzicnik on an episode of "Montana Ag Live."
Update: A Rwandan Game Park Defying the Odds

Update: A Rwandan Game Park Defying the Odds

A velvet monkey and her baby in Akagera National Park. The Rwandan park is a success story, despite modest tourism numbers.
Can Ethiopia’s New Leader, a Political Insider, Change His Country from the Inside Out?

Can Ethiopia’s New Leader, a Political Insider, Change His Country from the Inside Out?

Since taking office in March, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia become the most closely watched leader in Africa.
These Gay Figure Artists Are Reimagining the Male Gaze

These Gay Figure Artists Are Reimagining the Male Gaze

John MacConnell’s “Ernie” (2014), in pen and watercolor.
Hearing Set for Monday to Hear Kavanaugh and His Accuser

Hearing Set for Monday to Hear Kavanaugh and His Accuser

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh has been accused by Christine Blasey Ford of sexually assaulting her at a party in the 1980s when they were both teenagers in high school.
Brett Kavanaugh’s Accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, Is Willing to Testify, Her Lawyer Says

Brett Kavanaugh’s Accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, Is Willing to Testify, Her Lawyer Says

Kellyanne Conway, counselor to President Trump, speaking during an interview in May with Fox News.
Florence Pushes Away From Carolinas but Rivers Keep Rising

Florence Pushes Away From Carolinas but Rivers Keep Rising

Jason Taylor walked down a flooded street in Conway, S.C., on Monday.
China Accuses Taiwan of Using Students for Espionage

China Accuses Taiwan of Using Students for Espionage

Beijing is hostile toward President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan, whose party is skeptical of closer ties to China.
Trump Hits China With Tariffs on $200 Billion in Goods, Escalating Trade War

Trump Hits China With Tariffs on $200 Billion in Goods, Escalating Trade War

A carbon fiber production line at a factory in Lianyungang in China’s eastern Jiangsu province. President Trump has ordered a new round of tariffs on Chinese goods, meaning nearly half of all Chinese