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The End of Impunity

The End of Impunity

President Trump in the Oval Office on Monday. The culture of impunity is less a result of his political skill than of one-party rule, Michelle Goldberg writes.
Letter Accusing Pope Leaves U.S. Catholics in Conflict

Letter Accusing Pope Leaves U.S. Catholics in Conflict

Holy Angels Parish in Pennsylvania. Its former pastor, the Rev. John David Crowley, was named in a grand jury report alleging sexual abuse.
North Carolina Is Ordered to Redraw Its Gerrymandered Congressional Map. Again.

North Carolina Is Ordered to Redraw Its Gerrymandered Congressional Map. Again.

Under Chief Justice John G. Roberts, center, the Supreme Court passed up three chances last term to ban partisan gerrymandering.
Claims of Staff Sex Parties: New Troubles for Public Housing

Claims of Staff Sex Parties: New Troubles for Public Housing

Monique Johnson, the president of the resident council at Throggs Neck Houses, said staff members had been drinking and having sex on the job for months.
In a Shift in Driverless Strategy, Uber Deepens Its Partnership With Toyota

In a Shift in Driverless Strategy, Uber Deepens Its Partnership With Toyota

Uber owns a sizable fleet of Volvo cars carrying its self-driving technology. The ride-hailing company is now deepening a partnership with Toyota around driverless cars.
Elon Musk and Tesla Resolved One Issue. Now for the Rest.

Elon Musk and Tesla Resolved One Issue. Now for the Rest.

Tesla is a fast-growing company that needs huge amounts of cash to finance its production. If the company fails to sell enough Model 3 cars in the coming months, its cash might dwindle to a precarious
No. 1 Simona Halep Exits the U.S. Open in the First Round

No. 1 Simona Halep Exits the U.S. Open in the First Round

Simona Halep breaking her racket during the second set of her first-round loss to Kaia Kanepi on Monday at the U.S. Open.
Deal Reached to Reactivate Speed Cameras at New York City Schools

Deal Reached to Reactivate Speed Cameras at New York City Schools

State and city officials have reached a deal to reactivate speed cameras around schools in New York City.
Why It Can Happen Here

Why It Can Happen Here

Admirers of President Trump saw him speak last week at an Ohio Republican Party dinner.
E-Sports World Is Rocked as Gunman ‘Clearly Targeted Other Gamers’

E-Sports World Is Rocked as Gunman ‘Clearly Targeted Other Gamers’

A crime scene unit in Jacksonville, Fla., after a shooting at a video game tournament there on Sunday.
Aleksei Navalny, Kremlin Critic, Is Jailed Ahead of Pension Protests

Aleksei Navalny, Kremlin Critic, Is Jailed Ahead of Pension Protests

Aleksei A. Navalny, a leading Russian opposition figure, has accused the authorities of detaining him to disrupt the planning of nationwide protests.
In Defending Trump, Is Giuliani a Shrewd Tactician or ‘Untethered’?

In Defending Trump, Is Giuliani a Shrewd Tactician or ‘Untethered’?

New York City’s former mayor, Rudolph W. Giuliani, detailed his legal strategy for representing President Trump. The “jury is the public,” Mr. Giuliani said in an interview.
Breast-Feeding Mothers Should Avoid Marijuana, Pediatricians Say

Breast-Feeding Mothers Should Avoid Marijuana, Pediatricians Say

Chemical traces of marijuana were found in breast milk up to six days after use, raising questions about the effects of pot on babies.

Fact Check of the Day: Trump Falsely Calls Preliminary Pact Between U.S. and Mexico ‘Maybe the Largest Trade Deal Ever’

“I cannot imagine any metric in which an agreement between the U.S. and Mexico can be the largest,” a trade expert said.
Hong Kong Professor Faces Murder Trial in ‘Yoga Ball Killing’

Hong Kong Professor Faces Murder Trial in ‘Yoga Ball Killing’

Khaw Kim-sun, accused of murdering his wife and daughter in 2015, being escorted by the police in Hong Kong last year.
Volkswagen’s Effort to Stop Scandals Needs More Work, Report Says

Volkswagen’s Effort to Stop Scandals Needs More Work, Report Says

Volkswagen cars for export in the port of Emden, Germany, in March. “It is not easy to come from shock to shame to change,” a senior executive said on Monday.
Take a Number: How Much Alcohol Is Safe to Drink? None, Say These Researchers

Take a Number: How Much Alcohol Is Safe to Drink? None, Say These Researchers

While the study was the largest of its kind, it was also observational, linking population-wide consumption to population-wide trends.
Fight Drug Abuse, Don’t Subsidize It

Fight Drug Abuse, Don’t Subsidize It

A table at the Harvard School of Public Health's mock safe injection site.