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Carlos Ghosn Felt Stars Deserved Big Pay. His Accusers Say He Took That Too Far.

Carlos Ghosn Felt Stars Deserved Big Pay. His Accusers Say He Took That Too Far.

He earned a reputation as one of his generation’s most successful C.E.O.s, but now the way Carlos Ghosn managed his own rewards may prove to be his downfall.
Politics Isn’t Pretty. But Politicians Are.

Politics Isn’t Pretty. But Politicians Are.

Andrew Gillum, who was the Democratic nominee for governor in Florida. "Research suggests that people read such positive characteristics as competence, trustworthiness and vigor into someone’s
Pelosi’s One Potential Rival Cuts Deal and Drops Speaker Challenge

Pelosi’s One Potential Rival Cuts Deal and Drops Speaker Challenge

Representative Marcia Fudge, Democrat of Ohio, said on Tuesday that she would not challenge Representative Nancy Pelosi of California for speaker.
Representative Mia Love, Once a Republican Star, Loses Re-Election in Utah

Representative Mia Love, Once a Republican Star, Loses Re-Election in Utah

Representative Mia Love of Utah was the first and only black Republican woman in Congress, and had gained national attention with a speech at the 2012 Republican National Convention.
Keeping Score: Adrian Beltre Was the All-Time Great You Failed to Notice

Keeping Score: Adrian Beltre Was the All-Time Great You Failed to Notice

Adrian Beltre retired on Tuesday after 21 seasons. He is widely regarded as one of the best third basemen in major league history.
Trump’s Statement on Saudi Arabia, Explained!

Trump’s Statement on Saudi Arabia, Explained!

In a statement with typical Trumpian vigor, President Trump in effect dismissed the C.I.A.’s conclusion that the Saudi crown prince was culpable in Jamal Khashoggi’s death.
Jerry Frankel, Prolific Broadway Producer, Is Dead at 88

Jerry Frankel, Prolific Broadway Producer, Is Dead at 88

The longtime producing partners Jerry Frankel, right, and Jeffrey Richards with the Tony Award they shared in 2005 for a revival of “Glengarry Glen Ross.” “We had an instinctive kind of mutual
‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ at 30: Still Talking Back to the Screen

‘Mystery Science Theater 3000’ at 30: Still Talking Back to the Screen

Joel Hodgson, left, and Jonah Ray recently completed a 30th anniversary tour for “Mystery Science Theater 3000,” which returns to Netflix on Thursday.
The Price Tag of Migrant Family Separation: $80 Million and Rising

The Price Tag of Migrant Family Separation: $80 Million and Rising

Casa Presidente, a shelter for migrant children in Brownsville, Tex. The government has spent $80 million on its now-abandoned practice of separating migrant families in detention.
Does HBO’s ‘My Brilliant Friend’ Capture the Elena Ferrante Feeling?

Does HBO’s ‘My Brilliant Friend’ Capture the Elena Ferrante Feeling?

Elisa del Genio, left, and Ludovica Nasti in “My Brilliant Friend.”
4 Dead After Suspicious Fire at Tech Consultant’s Home in New Jersey

4 Dead After Suspicious Fire at Tech Consultant’s Home in New Jersey

Law enforcement officials were investigating the fire in Colts Neck, N.J., as a possible arson, the Monmouth County prosecutor, Christopher J. Gramiccioni, said.
Dennis Wrong, 94, One of the Last of the ‘New York Intellectuals,’ Dies

Dennis Wrong, 94, One of the Last of the ‘New York Intellectuals,’ Dies

Dennis H. Wrong in 1946. A son of a distinguished Canadian family, he decided, at 16, that he would “become an intellectual.”
New York stories: This Grammar Guru Will Solve the World’s Problems

New York stories: This Grammar Guru Will Solve the World’s Problems

Stop by and parse something! Ellen Jovin with her Grammar Table.
Trump Answers Mueller’s Questions on Russian Interference

Trump Answers Mueller’s Questions on Russian Interference

President Trump’s lawyers have handed over his responses to questions from the special counsel about any possible conspiracy with Russia’s 2016 election interference.
What’s Happening to the Price of Oil?

What’s Happening to the Price of Oil?

Oil production in North Dakota. Prices have fallen to their lowest levels of the year with traders increasingly focused on trade tensions and rising interest rates.
Chickenpox Outbreak at School Linked to Vaccine Exemptions

Chickenpox Outbreak at School Linked to Vaccine Exemptions

The red rash associated with chickenpox. A private school in North Carolina is grappling with a chickenpox outbreak that has so far infected at least 36 students.
Somali Workers in Minnesota Force Amazon to Negotiate

Somali Workers in Minnesota Force Amazon to Negotiate

Abdirahman Muse, executive director of the Awood Center, led a meeting in Minneapolis last week of a group that has been discussing working conditions at local Amazon warehouses.
Trump Wanted to Order Justice Dept. to Prosecute Comey and Clinton

Trump Wanted to Order Justice Dept. to Prosecute Comey and Clinton

President Trump stoked his enmity for Hillary Clinton during the 2016 race and since taking office has publicly and privately revisited the idea of prosecuting her.
Do Not Eat Romaine Lettuce, Health Officials Warn

Do Not Eat Romaine Lettuce, Health Officials Warn

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that all romaine anywhere should be avoided, and consumers should throw out any romaine they might have already bought.