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Representing Michael Cohen, ‘Classic Lanny’ Davis Comes Out Swinging

Representing Michael Cohen, ‘Classic Lanny’ Davis Comes Out Swinging

Lanny J. Davis in May in Washington. He is best known as a lawyer for the Clintons, but is now representing Michael D. Cohen.
New Emails Show Michigan Republicans Plotting to Gerrymander Maps

New Emails Show Michigan Republicans Plotting to Gerrymander Maps

A court filing cites emails in which Michigan Republicans openly celebrate their gerrymandering successes.
What Doesn’t Kill Him Makes Him Stronger

What Doesn’t Kill Him Makes Him Stronger

President Trump at the national convention for the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Kansas City, Mo., on Tuesday. “What you are seeing and what you are reading is not what’s happening,” he told the
Sean Spicer Takes Questions Again, This Time Peddling His Book

Sean Spicer Takes Questions Again, This Time Peddling His Book

Sean Spicer, the former White House press secretary, signing a copy of his new book, “The Briefing,” this week. In interviews on his book tour, Mr. Spicer has acknowledged some fault for perpetuating
Imran Khan, Former Cricket Star, Pulls Into Lead in Pakistan’s Vote Count

Imran Khan, Former Cricket Star, Pulls Into Lead in Pakistan’s Vote Count

Imran Khan, chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, at a polling station in Islamabad, Pakistan, on Wednesday. Partial results showed Mr. Khan’s party leading in several districts.
T-Shirts, Toilet Paper and Rotten Mangoes. This Chinese App Sells It All.

T-Shirts, Toilet Paper and Rotten Mangoes. This Chinese App Sells It All.

Li Tianqiang with some of the items he bought from Pinduoduo, including an inflatable paddle boat, a fishing bag and a cherry-red motorized car for his young daughter. He said he has spent $1,000 —
Larry Nassar, Convicted Gymnastics Doctor, Wants a New Sentence From a New Judge

Larry Nassar, Convicted Gymnastics Doctor, Wants a New Sentence From a New Judge

Lawrence G. Nassar, a former U.S.A. Gymnastics team doctor who pleaded guilty in November 2017 to sexual assault charges, wants a new judge to resentence him.
50 More Women Sue U.S.C. as Accusations of Gynecologist’s Abuse Pile Up

50 More Women Sue U.S.C. as Accusations of Gynecologist’s Abuse Pile Up

Dr. George Tyndall, a former gynecologist at the University of Southern California, was sued this week by 51 of his former patients.
A Screeching Stop for Speed Cameras in New York City School Zones

A Screeching Stop for Speed Cameras in New York City School Zones

Polly Trottenberg, the city’s transportation commissioner, spoke about the need for speed cameras at a news conference in Long Island City on Wednesday, the day the law permitting the cameras expired.
Housing Authority Admits Failures Go Well Beyond Lead Testing

Housing Authority Admits Failures Go Well Beyond Lead Testing

“Currently, Nycha is not in compliance with a number of federal regulations and is working to assess the extent of noncompliance,” reads an addendum to a form prepared by the city’s Housing Authority
Troubles for Ford, G.M. and Fiat Chrysler Send Shares Diving

Troubles for Ford, G.M. and Fiat Chrysler Send Shares Diving

Fiat Chrysler’s Jeep and Ram brands have provided the foundation of its profitability. But the company reported a decline in earnings because of trouble in China, despite a rise in North American
New Alzheimer’s Drug Shows Big Promise in Early Trial Results

New Alzheimer’s Drug Shows Big Promise in Early Trial Results

The new drug slowed cognitive decline and reduced amyloid plaques, shown lower right in a colored light micrograph of an Alzheimer’s patient.
Giving In to China, U.S. Airlines Drop Taiwan (in Name at Least)

Giving In to China, U.S. Airlines Drop Taiwan (in Name at Least)

The check-in counters for American Airlines at Beijing Capital International Airport. A spokeswoman for the airline said that “we abide by the rules in countries where we operate.”
Facebook Starts Paying a Price for Scandals

Facebook Starts Paying a Price for Scandals

This year’s developer conference held by Facebook, which lost more than $120 billion in market value in less than two hours on Wednesday.
Cindy Joseph, a Model Who Embraced Her Age, Is Dead at 67

Cindy Joseph, a Model Who Embraced Her Age, Is Dead at 67

Cindy Joseph in 2017. She was nearly 50 when she began her modeling career and, she once said, “certainly didn’t fit the status quo of the modeling world.”