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Barnes & Noble Fires C.E.O. Without Severance but Doesn’t Explain Why

Barnes & Noble Fires C.E.O. Without Severance but Doesn’t Explain Why

Demos Parneros is the fourth Barnes and Noble chief executive to depart in five years.
Nigeria Captain Played Key World Cup Match Hours After Learning His Father Was Kidnapped

Nigeria Captain Played Key World Cup Match Hours After Learning His Father Was Kidnapped

John Obi Mikel after Nigeria’s 2-0 victory over Iceland at the World Cup. The team was eliminated after losing to Argentina in the final group-stage game.
Trilobites: Lots of Successful Women Are Freezing Their Eggs. But It May Not Be About Their Careers.

Trilobites: Lots of Successful Women Are Freezing Their Eggs. But It May Not Be About Their Careers.

“They weren’t freezing to advance,” said a scientist involved in a study of 150 women. “They were facing the overarching problem of partnership.”
This Republican Always Shows Up. That May Not Be Enough This Fall.

This Republican Always Shows Up. That May Not Be Enough This Fall.

Representative Barbara Comstock, Republican of Virginia, at her polling place in McLean last month, when Virginia held its primaries. Some election analysts are favoring her Democratic opponent in the
Obamacare Is Proving Hard to Kill

Obamacare Is Proving Hard to Kill

Signs advertising Affordable Care Act enrollment at an insurance company in Miami.
Trilobites: Owls See the World Much Like We Do

Trilobites: Owls See the World Much Like We Do

Even though barn owls have simple brains, a new study suggests they can visually process objects in ways similar to that of animals with more sophisticated perception.
Jackie Kennedy’s Packing List for Texas, Chic and Poignant

Jackie Kennedy’s Packing List for Texas, Chic and Poignant

President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy arriving at San Antonio airport on Nov. 21, 1963. The first lady had meticulously planned her outfits for the trip, including the Chanel ensemble
Facebook Ads Offer Peek at Looming Supreme Court Fight

Facebook Ads Offer Peek at Looming Supreme Court Fight

The U.S. Supreme Court justices soon after Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch joined in 2017.
On Comedy: A Netflix Experiment Gives Deserving Comics Their 15 Minutes

On Comedy: A Netflix Experiment Gives Deserving Comics Their 15 Minutes

Michelle Buteau is one of the comics taking part in Netflix’s experimental 15-minute specials.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Supreme Temptation of Amy Coney Barrett

Op-Ed Columnist: The Supreme Temptation of Amy Coney Barrett

Since the announcement of Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement last week, Amy Coney Barrett has emerged as a front-runner for his seat.
Killing of African Giraffe Sets Off Anger at ‘White American Savage’ Who Shot It

Killing of African Giraffe Sets Off Anger at ‘White American Savage’ Who Shot It

Photographs of an American woman with a giraffe she killed in South Africa have been widely circulated on social media.
Why the Supreme Court Opening Could Affect Gay Marriage as Well as Abortion

Why the Supreme Court Opening Could Affect Gay Marriage as Well as Abortion

Public support for same-sex marriage has grown over the last two decades. Soon, a more conservative Supreme Court could decide its fate.
Opinion: At 9 He Lost His Mom to Gang Violence. At 12 He Lost His Dad to Trump’s Immigration Policies.

Opinion: At 9 He Lost His Mom to Gang Violence. At 12 He Lost His Dad to Trump’s Immigration Policies.

Families fleeing poverty and violence in Central America arrive at a bus station in McAllen, Tex., last month. Unlike Brayan and his father, this family was released and not separated.
England Shakes Its Shootout Curse and Saves Its World Cup

England Shakes Its Shootout Curse and Saves Its World Cup

England’s players celebrated after defeating Colombia in a penalty shootout.
About New York: At Graduation, a Son in the Limelight and a Father in the Shadows

About New York: At Graduation, a Son in the Limelight and a Father in the Shadows

Chosen as speaker at his high school graduation, Roni Lezama, 18, spoke of his father Carlos, 52, who has a deportation hearing in the fall, after almost 25 years in the United States.
Alan Dershowitz Says Martha’s Vineyard Is ‘Shunning’ Him Over Trump

Alan Dershowitz Says Martha’s Vineyard Is ‘Shunning’ Him Over Trump

His comparison to McCarthyism drew online mockery. He told the local paper, “This is supposed to be a place where you leave your politics at the door.”