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Tribune Ends Deal With Sinclair, Dashing Plan for Conservative TV Behemoth

Tribune Ends Deal With Sinclair, Dashing Plan for Conservative TV Behemoth

Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, has said he had “serious concerns” about a merger of Tribune Media and The Sinclair Broadcasting Group.
Character Study: Guarding the Throats of Broadway

Character Study: Guarding the Throats of Broadway

Dr. Linda Dahl, an ear, nose and throat specialist in Manhattan, examines Roddy Kennedy, who is in the cast of “Hamilton.’'
The Marines Didn’t Think Women Belonged in the Infantry. She’s Proving Them Wrong.

The Marines Didn’t Think Women Belonged in the Infantry. She’s Proving Them Wrong.

First Lt. Marina A. Hierl, the first woman in the Marine Corps to lead an infantry platoon, with Echo Company troops in June in Australia.
The Democratic Party Has Two Futures

The Democratic Party Has Two Futures

Stacey Abrams after winning the Georgia Democratic primary on May 22, 2018.
Chris Collins, Argentina, Bill Hybels: Your Thursday Briefing

Chris Collins, Argentina, Bill Hybels: Your Thursday Briefing

Opponents of the bill celebrated in the predominantly Roman Catholic region after senators narrowly rejected the bill.
Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Skewers Paul Manafort and Donald Trump Jr.

Best of Late Night: Samantha Bee Skewers Paul Manafort and Donald Trump Jr.

Samantha Bee had fun with Paul Manafort’s trial on Wednesday’s “Full Frontal,” but she saved her most brutal jabs for the president’s son.
Judge in Manafort Trial Is a ‘Caesar’ in His Own Rome

Judge in Manafort Trial Is a ‘Caesar’ in His Own Rome

Judge T.S. Ellis III in 2008 at a naturalization ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery. He was appointed by President Ronald Reagan to the United States District Court in Alexandria, Va.
Big City: Uber and the False Hopes of the Sharing Economy

Big City: Uber and the False Hopes of the Sharing Economy

While Uber promotes itself as a way for drivers to earn extra money to fund their dreams, in truth, most drivers in New York City work full time.

How the Abortion Debate Is Playing Out in Argentina

After 16 hours of deliberation, Argentina’s Senate narrowly rejected a bill to legalize abortion. Still, the fact that the discussion came this far signals a real shift in public opinion. We spoke
Trump’s Tariffs on Canadian Newsprint Hasten Local Newspapers’ Demise

Trump’s Tariffs on Canadian Newsprint Hasten Local Newspapers’ Demise

The printing and distribution plant for The Gazette in Janesville, Wis., which has cut its staff and started using narrower paper to save on newsprint costs. Trump administration tariffs on newsprint
In Virginia, Women Form an Insurgency to Try to Topple Republican Dave Brat

In Virginia, Women Form an Insurgency to Try to Topple Republican Dave Brat

Abigail Spanberger, a Democratic nominee for a House seat in Virginia, speaking to supporters this month in Spotsylvania, Va. She may make history of a different sort in a district that has been
Langston Hughes Just Got a Year Older

Langston Hughes Just Got a Year Older

Robert W. Kelley/The LIFE Picture Collection, via Getty Images
Matt Groening Goes Medieval With New Series, ‘Disenchantment’

Matt Groening Goes Medieval With New Series, ‘Disenchantment’

Matt Groening, the creator of “The Simpsons” and “Futurama,” at his production office in Santa Monica, Calif. His new show, a fantasy tale called “Disenchantment,” debuts Aug. 17 on Netflix.