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‘She’s a Class Act. You’re Not’: Attacks on Families Heat Up N.Y. Governor’s Race

‘She’s a Class Act. You’re Not’: Attacks on Families Heat Up N.Y. Governor’s Race

Corinne Adams, holding her toddler and accompanied by her husband’s two children from a previous marriage, has been the focus of two political ads suggesting that she benefited from her husband’s
Harassment Claims at CBS Draw Inquiries by New York Prosecutors

Harassment Claims at CBS Draw Inquiries by New York Prosecutors

If the New York State attorney general’s office determines that CBS broke any laws by harboring a culture of sexual harassment, it can bring a lawsuit.
Instagram Is Too Big Not to Mess With

Instagram Is Too Big Not to Mess With

People in front of an Instagram logo in Ankara, Turkey.

The Two Sides of Kavanaugh

At the outset of his Supreme Court confirmation hearings, Judge Brett Kavanaugh insisted on the importance on impartiality, calm and independence. His tenor drastically changed during his testimony
Harvard’s Endowment Grew 10% Last Year, but Some Rivals Did Better

Harvard’s Endowment Grew 10% Last Year, but Some Rivals Did Better

Harvard’s endowment performed slightly better last year than it did the year before amid an overhaul started by an investment chief hired from Columbia University
Schools Are Tackling ‘Bro’ Culture. The Kavanaugh Case Shows Why That’s Hard to Do.

Schools Are Tackling ‘Bro’ Culture. The Kavanaugh Case Shows Why That’s Hard to Do.

The allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh have reminded millions of Americans of the hard-drinking, hypersexualized “bro culture,” often associated with fraternities and prep schools.
Take a Number: Syphilis Rises Sharply Among Newborns

Take a Number: Syphilis Rises Sharply Among Newborns

Treponema pallidum, the bacteria that cause syphilis. Congenital syphilis can be treated with penicillin, but the damage caused by the disease can last a lifetime.
Lens: The Veteranas of Chicana Youth Culture in Los Angeles

Lens: The Veteranas of Chicana Youth Culture in Los Angeles

A party crew on 6th Street Bridge, in Boyle Heights. 1993.
Trilobites: Life With No Males? These Termites Show That It’s Possible

Trilobites: Life With No Males? These Termites Show That It’s Possible

Queens, workers and soldiers of an all-female colony of Glytotermes nakajimai, a kind of termite.
Anita Hill to Christine Blasey Ford: ‘Don’t Do Anything That Will Dehumanize You’

Anita Hill to Christine Blasey Ford: ‘Don’t Do Anything That Will Dehumanize You’

Anita Hill, speaking in Houston on Friday, said she had tried to keep an open mind while watching testimony by Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, “but at the end of the day, I
Text Messages to Jewish Voters Inflame Tense Florida Governor’s Race

Text Messages to Jewish Voters Inflame Tense Florida Governor’s Race

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, right, with Chris King in Fort Myers.
Google Chief Agrees to Testify to Congress

Google Chief Agrees to Testify to Congress

Sundar Pichai, the chief executive of Google, said after meeting with lawmakers in Washington this week that he would be willing to address allegations of bias at a congressional hearing.
Playlist: The Playlist: Lady Gaga Dives Into a Fresh Era, and 15 More New Songs

Playlist: The Playlist: Lady Gaga Dives Into a Fresh Era, and 15 More New Songs

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper have released the first single from "A Star Is Born," the track "Shallow."
Tech Fix: Facebook Was Hacked. 3 Things You Should Do After the Breach.

Tech Fix: Facebook Was Hacked. 3 Things You Should Do After the Breach.

Facebook discovered a security weakness that could let attackers hijack people’s accounts. The vulnerability has been fixed, but there are precautions to take.

Jeff Flake, a Fierce Trump Critic, Will Not Seek Re-election for Senate

Mr. Flake, a Republican of Arizona, said he would “no longer be complicit or silent” in the face of the president’s “reckless, outrageous and undignified” behavior.
‘I Don’t Think People in the U.S. Know How Closely We’re Watching This’

‘I Don’t Think People in the U.S. Know How Closely We’re Watching This’

Christine Blasey Ford and Brett M. Kavanaugh testified Thursday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Beer: Colleges’ New Way to Fill Seats, Not Couches

Beer: Colleges’ New Way to Fill Seats, Not Couches

Lisa Boswell watching the game on television at the Chute, one of the two premium areas at Tiger Stadium where fans can buy beer at the Louisiana State football games.