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Seeing Ally Against Muslims, Some German Jews Embrace Far Right, to Dismay of Others

Seeing Ally Against Muslims, Some German Jews Embrace Far Right, to Dismay of Others

Alexander Gauland, the co-leader of the Alternative for Germany party, preparing a speech in Parliament this month.
When the News Itself Is a Form of Trauma

When the News Itself Is a Form of Trauma

Demonstrators on Capitol Hill protested Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court on Monday. Many women have expressed rage at the barrage of high-profile stories about sexual assault
Trump’s America: Reckless, Alone and Ridiculed

Trump’s America: Reckless, Alone and Ridiculed

President Trump speaking at the United Nations on Tuesday.
Be Outraged by America’s Role in Yemen’s Misery

Be Outraged by America’s Role in Yemen’s Misery

Children in Yemen are acutely malnourished. Those who survive will often be stunted for the rest of their lives, physically and mentally.
Overlooked No More: Voltairine de Cleyre, America’s ‘Greatest Woman Anarchist’

Overlooked No More: Voltairine de Cleyre, America’s ‘Greatest Woman Anarchist’

Voltairine de Cleyre in 1891. She adopted anarchism as a political philosophy, rebelling against the accepted order through writings and lectures.
McKinsey Advises Puerto Rico on Debt. It May Profit on the Outcome.

McKinsey Advises Puerto Rico on Debt. It May Profit on the Outcome.

United States District Court in San Juan, P.R., where filings showed bonds totaling at least $20 million held by affiliates of McKinsey & Company.
Florence’s Slow-Motion Havoc Leaves Thousands of Evacuees in Limbo

Florence’s Slow-Motion Havoc Leaves Thousands of Evacuees in Limbo

A shelter on the University of North Carolina campus in Chapel Hill still held 45 people on Tuesday.
Trump Calls Kavanaugh Accusations ‘All False,’ but Says He Can Be Convinced by Testimony

Trump Calls Kavanaugh Accusations ‘All False,’ but Says He Can Be Convinced by Testimony

President Trump said that his own opinion about Judge Kavanaugh’s case is affected by the many allegations of sexual misconduct that have been leveled against him.
Trump Says He’s Open to Keeping Rod Rosenstein at Justice Dept.

Trump Says He’s Open to Keeping Rod Rosenstein at Justice Dept.

The president said he does not want to fire the deputy attorney general, who is said to have discussed secretly recording him to expose the chaos in the administration.
Trilobites: The Elephant Bird Regains Its Title as the Largest Bird That Ever Lived

Trilobites: The Elephant Bird Regains Its Title as the Largest Bird That Ever Lived

An artist's impression of an extinct elephant bird. A new study has identified a member of one genus of the birds as the largest that ever lived.
A Hearing’s Test: Blasey Must Seem Credible. Kavanaugh Must Defend but Not Attack.

A Hearing’s Test: Blasey Must Seem Credible. Kavanaugh Must Defend but Not Attack.

Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, during his confirmation hearing this month.
Cheaper Battery Is Unveiled as a Step to a Carbon-Free Grid

Cheaper Battery Is Unveiled as a Step to a Carbon-Free Grid

A rechargeable zinc-air battery made by Patrick Soon-Shiong’s company, NantEnergy. He says such batteries can store power at far less than the cost of lithium-ion counterparts.
Russian Officer Is Named as Suspect in Salisbury Poisoning

Russian Officer Is Named as Suspect in Salisbury Poisoning

A new report says that “Ruslan Boshirov,” one of the suspects in the poisoning of a former Russian spy, is really Col. Anatoly V. Chepiga, an officer in Russia’s military intelligence service.
Hit Pause on Brett Kavanaugh

Hit Pause on Brett Kavanaugh

Judge Brett Kavanaugh is confronting fresh allegations of sexual misconduct and Democratic calls to withdraw his nomination.
In Rare Bipartisan Accord, House and Senate Reach Compromise on Opioid Bill

In Rare Bipartisan Accord, House and Senate Reach Compromise on Opioid Bill

A protest last month outside the headquarters of Purdue Pharma, maker of Oxycontin, included Christine Gagnon, whose son, Michael, died of an overdose.
Ex-Google Employee Urges Lawmakers to Take On Company

Ex-Google Employee Urges Lawmakers to Take On Company

Google’s chief privacy officer is set to testify on Wednesday before a congressional committee about the company’s approach to data protection.
At the Center of the Kavanaugh Accusations: Heavy Drinking

At the Center of the Kavanaugh Accusations: Heavy Drinking

The allegations of sexual misconduct by Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh from his time in high school, above, and college share a theme: heavy drinking.
The Robin Williams Auction: On the Wall and Off the Wall

The Robin Williams Auction: On the Wall and Off the Wall

A photograph of Robin Williams with Auguste Rodin’s famous sculpture at the Legion of Honor in San Francisco will be among the items auctioned on Oct. 4 by Sotheby’s.