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Holocaust Denier in California Congressional Race Leaves State G.O.P. Scrambling

Holocaust Denier in California Congressional Race Leaves State G.O.P. Scrambling

John Fitzgerald, a Republican candidate for the House in California. The state party distanced itself from him after learning of anti-Semitic statements on his campaign website.
In Making His Second Supreme Court Pick, Trump Has a Model: His First

In Making His Second Supreme Court Pick, Trump Has a Model: His First

President Trump, aides said, views the nomination of Neil M. Gorsuch to the Supreme Court as one of the unalloyed triumphs of his presidency.
Shifting Strategy, Trump’s Lawyers Set New Conditions for Mueller Interview

Shifting Strategy, Trump’s Lawyers Set New Conditions for Mueller Interview

Rudolph W. Giuliani, the president’s lead lawyer in the special counsel investigation, has adopted an aggressive strategy in combating the inquiry.
In Two Summits, a Moment of Truth for Trump

In Two Summits, a Moment of Truth for Trump

President Trump after meeting with NATO’s secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg, at the White House in May.
In Corruption Retrial, Dean Skelos Takes Stand in Own Defense

In Corruption Retrial, Dean Skelos Takes Stand in Own Defense

Dean G. Skelos, right, the former majority leader of the Senate Republicans, leaving federal court on Friday. Mr. Skelos will return to the stand on Monday.
Trump Starts a Trade War, but the Path to Success Remains Unclear

Trump Starts a Trade War, but the Path to Success Remains Unclear

President Trump has said that trade wars are “easy to win.” Now that he has started one with China, it remains to be seen what his strategy is.
The New Old Age: He Called Older Employees ‘Dead Wood.’ Two Sued for Age Discrimination.

The New Old Age: He Called Older Employees ‘Dead Wood.’ Two Sued for Age Discrimination.

Julianne Taaffe, left, and Kathryn Moon filed an age discrimination complaint against Ohio State University, which has agreed to alter its policies.
In Russia’s Archives, a Soccer History Cloaked in Contradictions

In Russia’s Archives, a Soccer History Cloaked in Contradictions

Nikolai Starostin, far left, a founder of Spartak Moscow, pictured in the mid-1930s with Soviet leaders, including Nikita Khrushchev and Joseph Stalin, at Lenin’s Tomb during a parade of athletes.
Curator Says MoMA PS1 Wanted Her, Until She Had a Baby

Curator Says MoMA PS1 Wanted Her, Until She Had a Baby

Nikki Columbus says that MoMA PS1 rescinded its offer of employment as a curator after learning that she had just had a baby.
Whatever the Cocktail, They’re Ordering It With Mezcal

Whatever the Cocktail, They’re Ordering It With Mezcal

Patrons of the Rochester bar Good Luck have asked for mezcal in place of rum in daiquiris, and instead of gin in gimlets and the Corpse Reviver No. 2.
Pruitt Is Gone. But These Five E.P.A. Policy Battles Are Still Ahead.

Pruitt Is Gone. But These Five E.P.A. Policy Battles Are Still Ahead.

Andrew Wheeler, the new acting E.P.A. administrator, is expected to carry out his predecessor’s deregulatory agenda on issues like clean water regulations and auto emissions standards.
Anne Frank’s Family Was Thwarted by United States Immigration Rules, New Research Shows

Anne Frank’s Family Was Thwarted by United States Immigration Rules, New Research Shows

A new report described how Otto Frank, Anne Frank’s father, ran into roadblocks when he tried to escape the Nazis and immigrate to the United States. He was the only member of his immediate family to
The Lure of the Surfing Life

The Lure of the Surfing Life

Two volunteers leading the author’s son into the ocean at Long Beach, N.Y.