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Attempted Hacking of Voter Database Was a False Alarm, Democratic Party Says

Attempted Hacking of Voter Database Was a False Alarm, Democratic Party Says

Voters cast their ballots for a primary election in Kansas City in August. Political groups and systems administrators have been on high alert for hacking attempts ahead of the midterm elections in
Profile: In ‘Small Fry,’ Steve Jobs Comes Across as a Jerk. His Daughter Forgives Him. Should We?

Profile: In ‘Small Fry,’ Steve Jobs Comes Across as a Jerk. His Daughter Forgives Him. Should We?

What Lisa Brennan-Jobs wants readers to know is this: Steve Jobs rejected his daughter for years, but that daughter has absolved him.
Trump Denounces Justice Dept. as Investigations Swirl Around Him

Trump Denounces Justice Dept. as Investigations Swirl Around Him

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said that as long as he was the attorney general, he would not be influenced by politics.
California Today: California Today: The Human Element in California’s Wildfires

California Today: California Today: The Human Element in California’s Wildfires

The Carr Fire began when a flat tire on a trailer dragged across asphalt, sending a spark into dry vegetation.
Next Stop: Returning to Montenegro

Next Stop: Returning to Montenegro

A view of the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro.
Trilobites: Giraffe Parts Sales Are Booming in the U.S., and It’s Legal

Trilobites: Giraffe Parts Sales Are Booming in the U.S., and It’s Legal

Giraffe products for sale captured in an investigation include, clockwise from top left, a giraffe leather Bible cover, a skull, a hide for making custom shoes or clothes in a New York tailor’s shop,
In Serial Rape Case That Stumped Police, Genealogy Database Leads to Arrest

In Serial Rape Case That Stumped Police, Genealogy Database Leads to Arrest

Darold Wayne Bowden, 43, was arrested on Wednesday on charges that he committed a series of rapes more than a decade ago in Fayetteville, N.C.
Theater Review: An Eclectic Lineup at a Festival Dogged by Scandal

Theater Review: An Eclectic Lineup at a Festival Dogged by Scandal

“Universe, Incomplete,” an exploration of the American composer Charles Ives and his incomplete “Universe Symphony.”
Trump Cites False Claims of Widespread Attacks on White Farmers in South Africa

Trump Cites False Claims of Widespread Attacks on White Farmers in South Africa

South Africans erecting a shack during illegal land occupations in a township near Cape Town. A proposed change in a land ownership law has become a highly divisive issue.
Search Your Souls (What’s Left of Them), Republicans

Search Your Souls (What’s Left of Them), Republicans

The Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell, and other congressional Republicans could stand up to President Trump. But that would require courage and patriotism.
Paul Manafort, Hawaii, Urban Meyer: Your Thursday Briefing

Paul Manafort, Hawaii, Urban Meyer: Your Thursday Briefing

Filling sand bags in Honolulu on Wednesday in preparation for Hurricane Lane. The Category 4 storm is expected to hit Hawaii today.
Victims of Knife Attack Near Paris Were Assailant’s Relatives, Officials Say

Victims of Knife Attack Near Paris Were Assailant’s Relatives, Officials Say

The French police on Thursday near the site of the attack in Trappes, outside Paris.
Breaking Norms Will Renew Democracy, Not Ruin It

Breaking Norms Will Renew Democracy, Not Ruin It

Donald Trump is breaking presidential norms, with, among other things, his blunt manner of doing business.
The Hunt: When the Best Move Is Staying Put

The Hunt: When the Best Move Is Staying Put

Corey Nolan, left, and Dennis Fare in their one-bedroom apartment in Hoboken, N.J.
The Courts of New York City

The Courts of New York City

The court at Washington Market Park is tucked next to the Tribeca Bridge at Chambers Street and the West Side Highway.
Art Review: On Multiple Screens, John Akomfrah Deftly Weaves Tales of the African Diaspora

Art Review: On Multiple Screens, John Akomfrah Deftly Weaves Tales of the African Diaspora

A view of “Vertigo Sea” (2015), one of four multichannel videos in the New Museum survey “John Akomfrah: Signs of Empire.”
Feature: How Dev Hynes, English Misfit, Became Blood Orange, R.&B. Miracle Worker

Feature: How Dev Hynes, English Misfit, Became Blood Orange, R.&B. Miracle Worker

Dev Hynes can be melancholy. His music feels like a balm for exactly that feeling.
36 Hours: 36 Hours in Thessaloniki

36 Hours: 36 Hours in Thessaloniki

A view of Thessaloniki and the Aegean Sea from the 15th-century Trigoniou Tower.
The Stories That Would Have Been: The 1978 U.S. Open

The Stories That Would Have Been: The 1978 U.S. Open

The 1978 U.S. Open singles champions were Chris Evert and Jimmy Connors. Evert’s 7-5, 6-4 victory was her fourth consecutive Open title. Connor’s 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 victory gave him a third Open title.