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Why the Taliban’s Assault on Ghazni Matters for Afghanistan and the U.S.

Why the Taliban’s Assault on Ghazni Matters for Afghanistan and the U.S.

Afghan security forces and Afghan militia members on a road in Ghazni Province during clashes between Taliban militants and Afghan security forces on Sunday.
Uber and Lyft Drivers Rush to Register Cars Ahead of City’s New Cap

Uber and Lyft Drivers Rush to Register Cars Ahead of City’s New Cap

Hundreds of people lined up at an Uber office in Queens to register their cars as for-hire vehicles. Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to sign a law capping the number of for-hire vehicles on Tuesday.
The Myth of Watergate Bipartisanship

The Myth of Watergate Bipartisanship

President Richard Nixon on May, 6, 1974, after his nationwide television address with folders of the edited transcripts of secret White House tapes he had agreed to send to the House Judiciary
Manafort Trial’s Spectators: ‘Why Go to Cancun’ When You Can See History?

Manafort Trial’s Spectators: ‘Why Go to Cancun’ When You Can See History?

People lined up last to enter the United States District Court in Alexandria, Va., where Paul Manafort’s trial is taking place.
Florida Prosecutors Charge Man in ‘Stand Your Ground’ Killing

Florida Prosecutors Charge Man in ‘Stand Your Ground’ Killing

Surveillance video released by the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office showed Michael Drejka sitting on the pavement and pointing a handgun at Markeis McGlockton, far left, outside a convenience store in
Op-Ed Columnist: Who’s Afraid of Nancy Pelosi?

Op-Ed Columnist: Who’s Afraid of Nancy Pelosi?

Some Republicans seem to be telling voters that their biggest selling point is simply that they aren’t Nancy Pelosi.
The Raging Dumpster Fire of the President vs. Omarosa

The Raging Dumpster Fire of the President vs. Omarosa

Omarosa Manigault Newman used to sing President Trump's praises.
Japan Dispatch: Mount Fuji’s Got Mail. A Bone-Rattling Bulldozer Ride Brings It Down.

Japan Dispatch: Mount Fuji’s Got Mail. A Bone-Rattling Bulldozer Ride Brings It Down.

The summit of Mount Fuji, Japan’s highest mountain, is reached by some 300,000 hikers each year. Many of them visit the mountaintop post office.
Iran’s Top Leader Faults Rouhani for Crisis, Saying He Crossed ‘Red Lines’

Iran’s Top Leader Faults Rouhani for Crisis, Saying He Crossed ‘Red Lines’

Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, sharply criticized the country’s president during remarks in Tehran on Monday.
Trump Appears to Admit White House Aides Signed Nondisclosure Agreements

Trump Appears to Admit White House Aides Signed Nondisclosure Agreements

“Wacky Omarosa already has a fully signed Non-Disclosure Agreement!” President Trump said Monday on Twitter about Omarosa Manigault Newman, one of his former aides.
Letitia James Has Embraced Andrew Cuomo. Is It Worth It?

Letitia James Has Embraced Andrew Cuomo. Is It Worth It?

Letitia James, right, a candidate for attorney general, is the favored choice of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.
Pranked by Sacha Baron Cohen, He Was as Shocked as the Rest of Us

Pranked by Sacha Baron Cohen, He Was as Shocked as the Rest of Us

Daniel Roberts, the president of Youth Shooters of America, on Sunday night’s episode of “Who Is America?”
Why Turkey’s Lira Crisis Matters Outside Turkey

Why Turkey’s Lira Crisis Matters Outside Turkey

A currency exchange in Istanbul. Foreign investors have been pulling money out of the country.
Sambal, a Pungent Reminder of Home and Hardship

Sambal, a Pungent Reminder of Home and Hardship

Rosni Pattillo, the author's mother, learned to grind peppers for sambal with a mortar and pestle, while growing up in a Malay kampong, or village, in Singapore.
Welcome to the Resistance, Omarosa

Welcome to the Resistance, Omarosa

Omarosa Manigault Newman has useful knowledge of our ruling clique.
What Happens to #MeToo When a Feminist Is the Accused?

What Happens to #MeToo When a Feminist Is the Accused?

Nimrod Reitman accused his former N.Y.U. graduate school adviser, Avital Ronell, of sexually harassing him, and the university found her responsible. But some leading feminist scholars have supported
They Thought Hemophilia Was a ‘Lifelong Thing.’ They May Be Wrong.

They Thought Hemophilia Was a ‘Lifelong Thing.’ They May Be Wrong.

A colored scanning electron micrograph of a blood clot. Hemophilia is defined by an inability to form blood clots, leading to uncontrolled bleeds and chronic pain.