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This I Believe About Blasey v. Kavanaugh

This I Believe About Blasey v. Kavanaugh

An activist in Washington wearing a button in support of Christine Blasey Ford.
What Is Coal Ash and Why Is It Dangerous?

What Is Coal Ash and Why Is It Dangerous?

Soldiers with the South Carolina National Guard after helping on Thursday to erect a pollution control boom near a coal ash pit that threatened to flood.
It Was a Suspected ‘Birth Tourism’ Site. Then Came Late-Night Screams.

It Was a Suspected ‘Birth Tourism’ Site. Then Came Late-Night Screams.

Police officers at the scene of a suspected birth tourism site in Flushing, Queens, where five people, including three infants, were stabbed early Friday morning.
As Florence Death Toll Climbs, Families Grapple with Loss of Infants

As Florence Death Toll Climbs, Families Grapple with Loss of Infants

Lesha Murphy-Johnson and her son, Adam, in a family photograph. Both were killed when a tree fell on their home.
Patti Davis, Ronald Reagan’s Daughter, Tells Her Story of Sexual Assault

Patti Davis, Ronald Reagan’s Daughter, Tells Her Story of Sexual Assault

Patti Davis speaking at the funeral of her mother, the former first lady Nancy Reagan, in 2016. The Washington Post published an opinion piece by Ms. Davis on Friday that described her experience of
As Economy Roars, Army Falls Thousands Short of Recruiting Goals

As Economy Roars, Army Falls Thousands Short of Recruiting Goals

An Army recruiting station in Frankfort, Ky. The Army failed to meet its recruitment goal this year.
We Need More Enemies of the People

We Need More Enemies of the People

Jerry Dhonau, left, was among journalists who helped shield a 15-year-old student, Elizabeth Eckford, from a hostile white crowd in 1957 near Little Rock Central High School in Arkansas.
Billionaire Backer of Maria Butina Had Russian Security Ties

Billionaire Backer of Maria Butina Had Russian Security Ties

A cache of hacked emails has shed light on the Russian security connections of the oligarch Konstantin Nikolaev.
Is Your College Football Team in the Wrong League?

Is Your College Football Team in the Wrong League?

Arkansas lost to North Texas last weekend. Now it has to face its SEC schedule.
Playlist: The Playlist: Unreleased Chris Cornell, and 12 More New Songs

Playlist: The Playlist: Unreleased Chris Cornell, and 12 More New Songs

A memorial boxed set dedicated to Chris Cornell, “An Artist’s Legacy,” is due in November.
Workers Overdose on the Job, and Employers Struggle to Respond

Workers Overdose on the Job, and Employers Struggle to Respond

Jimmy Sullivan has been a bricklayer for more than two decades. For several years, Mr. Sullivan injected a shot of heroin in his car before starting work.
Comcast and Disney (Fox) Battle Again. This Time for British Broadcaster Sky.

Comcast and Disney (Fox) Battle Again. This Time for British Broadcaster Sky.

The fight for control of British broadcaster Sky is scheduled to start Friday evening.
Brexit Talks at ‘Impasse,’ Theresa May Says, After a Rancorous Summit

Brexit Talks at ‘Impasse,’ Theresa May Says, After a Rancorous Summit

As events unfolded in Salzburg, Austria, Britain’s prime minister, Theresa May, found herself on the outside looking in.
Michael Saudino, a New Jersey Sheriff, Resigns Over Racist Remarks

Michael Saudino, a New Jersey Sheriff, Resigns Over Racist Remarks

Michael Saudino, center, did not show up to work Friday. He later resigned his position as Bergen County sheriff.
The Death Toll for Afghan Forces Is Secret. Here’s Why.

The Death Toll for Afghan Forces Is Secret. Here’s Why.

A member of the Afghan National Army training with United States Army soldiers in Helmand Province in 2016. The Afghan government keeps casualty rates among its security forces a secret, along with
Review: ‘The Good Cop’ Emulates ‘Monk’ but Misses Tony Shalhoub

Review: ‘The Good Cop’ Emulates ‘Monk’ but Misses Tony Shalhoub

In “The Good Cop” on Netflix, Josh Groban, right, is a prudish detective and Tony Danza plays his more roguish father.
PayPal Cuts Off Alex Jones’s Infowars, Joining Other Tech Giants

PayPal Cuts Off Alex Jones’s Infowars, Joining Other Tech Giants

PayPal’s decision to stop processing payments for Infowars could be particularly damaging to its operator, Alex Jones, because finding another company to handle transactions will be difficult.
Tariffs to Raise Cost of Rebuilding After Hurricane Florence

Tariffs to Raise Cost of Rebuilding After Hurricane Florence

Charles T. Wilson III, a contractor based in Durham, N.C., said tariffs had driven up the cost of countertops and other building materials.