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Rhode Island Has a Primary Election Today. Here’s What to Know About It.

Rhode Island Has a Primary Election Today. Here’s What to Know About It.

Gov. Gina Raimondo of Rhode Island, a Democrat, is facing a primary challenge from the left.
Why Trump’s Name Could Be Hurting His N.Y.C. Golf Course and Other City Concessions

Why Trump’s Name Could Be Hurting His N.Y.C. Golf Course and Other City Concessions

The Trump Organization operates two skating rinks in Central Park. Revenues fell after President Trump’s campaign and election.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Expects to See More White House Tell-All Books

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Expects to See More White House Tell-All Books

Considering the rate at which leaks are coming out of the White House, Jimmy Fallon said that Bob Woodward shouldn’t expect his book to be news for long.
Serena Williams Cartoon, Called Racist, Gets New Life on Paper’s Front Page

Serena Williams Cartoon, Called Racist, Gets New Life on Paper’s Front Page

The Herald Sun denouncing political correctness at a newsstand in Melbourne, Australia, on Wednesday.
Norm Macdonald ‘Tonight Show’ Appearance Is Canceled After #MeToo Comments

Norm Macdonald ‘Tonight Show’ Appearance Is Canceled After #MeToo Comments

Norm Macdonald hosting an awards show in Canada in 2016. Mr. Macdonald has a Netflix talk show debuting on Friday.
Edgy Investors Are Retreating From Risky Economies

Edgy Investors Are Retreating From Risky Economies

An electronic board showed the Hong Kong share index outside a bank last month after Asian stock prices dropped as Turkey’s financial turmoil fueled fears that a contagion might spread to other
In an Increasingly Diverse House, Aides Remain Remarkably White

In an Increasingly Diverse House, Aides Remain Remarkably White

Jonathan Burks, left, Speaker Paul D. Ryan’s chief of staff, is the among the relatively few nonwhite top staff members in the House.
U.S. Is Said to Allow Sanctions on Foreigners Accused of Interfering in Elections

U.S. Is Said to Allow Sanctions on Foreigners Accused of Interfering in Elections

President Trump delivering remarks at a fund-raising event last week in Fargo, N.D.
Cardinal Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington, Plans to Discuss Resignation With Pope

Cardinal Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington, Plans to Discuss Resignation With Pope

Cardinal Donald Wuerl said he was planning to meet with the pope to discuss his possible resignation.
The Big Hole in Germany’s Nazi Reckoning? Its Colonial History

The Big Hole in Germany’s Nazi Reckoning? Its Colonial History

Joshua Kwesi Aikins giving a tour of Berlin’s African quarter, where street names are linked to Germany’s colonial past in Africa.