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Ex-Michigan State Athlete’s Lawsuit Says Larry Nassar Drugged and Raped Her on Camera

Ex-Michigan State Athlete’s Lawsuit Says Larry Nassar Drugged and Raped Her on Camera

Dr. Lawrence G. Nassar in court this year. He has been convicted of sexually assaulting numerous young women.
Days of Fear, Years of Obstruction

Days of Fear, Years of Obstruction

Job seekers in line to meet prospective employers in New York in 2012.
We’re Dating, K-Pop Stars Declare. You’re Fired, Their Label Says.

We’re Dating, K-Pop Stars Declare. You’re Fired, Their Label Says.

The K-Pop singers HyunA, center, and E’Dawn, left, took a highly unusual step last month when they went public with their romantic relationship.
Massachusetts Gas Explosions: Dozens of Homes Burn in Andover and Lawrence

Massachusetts Gas Explosions: Dozens of Homes Burn in Andover and Lawrence

Flames consuming the roof of a home in Lawrence, Mass., a suburb of Boston. One person was killed and more than 20 were injured after explosions at dozens of homes in Lawrence, Andover and North
Art Review: At the Met Museum, the Grand Enigmas of Delacroix

Art Review: At the Met Museum, the Grand Enigmas of Delacroix

A view of “Delacroix” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, centering on “Medea About to Kill Her Children (Medée furieuse),” 1838. The artist’s first large painting on a mythological theme, it brings
Art Review: Radiant and Radical: 20 Years of Defining the Soul of Black Art

Art Review: Radiant and Radical: 20 Years of Defining the Soul of Black Art

Elizabeth Catlett’s 1968 mahogany sculpture “Black Unity” and Faith Ringgold’s 1967 painting “American People Series #18: The Flag Is Bleeding” in the new Brooklyn Museum exhibition “Soul of a Nation:
U.S. Spies Rush to Protect Defectors After Skripal Poisoning

U.S. Spies Rush to Protect Defectors After Skripal Poisoning

Two suspects in the poisoning of the former Russian spy Sergei Skripal were caught on surveillance cameras in Salisbury, England.
Who Are You Calling a ‘Harringtonite’?

Who Are You Calling a ‘Harringtonite’?

Michael Harrington, who was a leading American socialist, in 1974.
What Happened to Fan Bingbing, China’s Most Famous Actress?

What Happened to Fan Bingbing, China’s Most Famous Actress?

The Chinese actress Fan Bingbing has shot to fame and become one of China’s most familiar faces. She has not been seen in months.
Leaders of Sistine Chapel Choir Face Vatican Fraud Investigation

Leaders of Sistine Chapel Choir Face Vatican Fraud Investigation

The Sistine Chapel choir performing at the Chapel Royal in St. James’ Palace in London in May.
Two Quarterbacks? Alabama, Georgia and Clemson Share a Conundrum but Don’t See a Problem

Two Quarterbacks? Alabama, Georgia and Clemson Share a Conundrum but Don’t See a Problem

Alabama Coach Nick Saban has avoided expressing a clear preference between his quarterbacks, Tua Tagovailoa, right, and Jalen Hurts, left.
Stealing From a Cashierless Store (Without You, or the Cameras, Knowing It)

Stealing From a Cashierless Store (Without You, or the Cameras, Knowing It)

Yoshimasa Takahashi visits Standard Market, which is billed as San Francisco's first cashierless grocery store.
Remember the Bees That Swarmed Times Square? We Tried to Find Out Where They Came From

Remember the Bees That Swarmed Times Square? We Tried to Find Out Where They Came From

Bees invaded a hot dog vendor’s turf last month in Times Square. The Police Department came to his rescue.
Rihanna Talks Lingerie, Body Positivity and Her ‘Battle’ With Social Media

Rihanna Talks Lingerie, Body Positivity and Her ‘Battle’ With Social Media

Rihanna, at her Savage x Fenty lingerie show, aims to broaden the fashion community.
Migrant Parents Separated From Their Children Will Get New Asylum Interviews

Migrant Parents Separated From Their Children Will Get New Asylum Interviews

Undocumented migrants await asylum hearings outside the port of entry in Tijuana, Mexico, in June.

Florence: Record Rainfall for North Carolina

North Carolina has suffered record rainfall, floods and deaths from Florence, which made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane and was downgraded to a tropical storm hours later. See what the powerful