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Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Resigns Amid Sexual Abuse Scandal

Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Resigns Amid Sexual Abuse Scandal

An investigation found credible evidence that Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick had sexually abused a teenager 47 years ago while serving as a priest in New York.
the trade: The Handbag Hopefuls

the trade: The Handbag Hopefuls

Gizem Yucelen's winning bag on display.
Facebook Is Failing to Aid Inquiry Into ‘Fake News,’ British Lawmakers Say

Facebook Is Failing to Aid Inquiry Into ‘Fake News,’ British Lawmakers Say

Demonstrators in London protested in April against Facebook in the wake of revelations that the social media giant had been used to spread “fake news” in an effort to influence elections in Europe and
Would You Pay $1 Billion for This View?

Would You Pay $1 Billion for This View?

This undeveloped property in Los Angeles, promoted as the Mountain of Beverly Hills, “is a crown jewel,” its listing agent, Aaron Kirman, said. “For that billionaire who wants that privacy on the
Summer Vacation? Nah, I’m Taking a Creative Hiatus

Summer Vacation? Nah, I’m Taking a Creative Hiatus

Trent Preszler, who runs a winery, is not going on a summer vacation. Instead, he's making a wooden canoe.
Extremists Kill 2 at Afghan School for Midwives, but Students Escape

Extremists Kill 2 at Afghan School for Midwives, but Students Escape

Afghan security officials secured a road leading to the midwifery school under attack in Jalalabad, in Nangarhar Province, on Saturday.
Beauty Is in the Eye of These Beholders

Beauty Is in the Eye of These Beholders

One of the celebrities at Beautycon was Drew Barrymore, promoting her Flower Beauty brand. Fans crowded in to get a selfie with the actress.
From a Space Station in Argentina, China Expands Its Reach in Latin America

From a Space Station in Argentina, China Expands Its Reach in Latin America

The Chinese space station, including a 16-story-tall parabolic antenna, in a remote area of Argentina’s Patagonia region.
In Georgia Governor’s Race, a Defining Moment for a Southern State

In Georgia Governor’s Race, a Defining Moment for a Southern State

Stacey Abrams, the Democratic nominee for governor of Georgia, would become the nation’s first female African-American governor if elected, a milestone she has used to nationalize her campaign, and
11 of Our Best Weekend Reads

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads

Gwyneth Paltrow’s $250 million company started out as a newsletter of recommendations.
Go Home, South Korea Tells Workers, as Stress Takes Its Toll

Go Home, South Korea Tells Workers, as Stress Takes Its Toll

Commuters in Seoul, South Korea. A new law caps the workweek for many employees at 52 hours.
‘What Does a Trucker Look Like?’ It’s Changing, Amid a Big Shortage

‘What Does a Trucker Look Like?’ It’s Changing, Amid a Big Shortage

Kristina Jackson, a 22-year-old driver based in Raleigh, N.C., is constantly reminded that she’s an outlier in an industry that is 94 percent male and two-thirds white.

Five Are Dead in Killings Tied to Texas Nursing Home Shooting

A city official said three people were found shot to death at the nursing home, including the killer. Two others were later found dead at the home of one of the victims.
Kenya Barris, Creator of ‘Black-ish,’ Will Leave ABC Studios in August

Kenya Barris, Creator of ‘Black-ish,’ Will Leave ABC Studios in August

Kenya Barris, the A-list writer and producer behind the ABC comedy “black-ish,” is making an early exit from his contract.
Act of Defiance Casts Harsh Light on Europe’s Deportations of Asylum Seekers

Act of Defiance Casts Harsh Light on Europe’s Deportations of Asylum Seekers

Afghan asylum seekers deported from Germany arriving in Kabul, Afghanistan, last year.
Woman Gets Five-Year Prison Sentence on Charges of Abducting Her Children

Woman Gets Five-Year Prison Sentence on Charges of Abducting Her Children

A Spanish court on Friday sentenced Juana Rivas to five years in prison after she ignored court orders and went into hiding for a month with her two children to avoid turning them over to their
The Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

The Biggest Stories in American Politics This Week

Investigators for the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, have told President Trump's lawyers that they want to question him about his tweets.