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Judge Denies Manafort’s Request to Move Trial Away From Washington

Judge Denies Manafort’s Request to Move Trial Away From Washington

Paul Manafort, President Trump’s former campaign chairman, will stand trial in Alexandria, Va., to face a series charges brought by the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III.
Martha Roby, Former Trump Critic, Wins Alabama House Runoff

Martha Roby, Former Trump Critic, Wins Alabama House Runoff

Representative Martha Roby in Montgomery, Ala., on Tuesday night. She held off a challenge in the Republican primary from a populist former Democrat.
The News on Drug Prices? Nothing Good

The News on Drug Prices? Nothing Good

After President Trump tweet-shamed Pfizer, it suspended price increases for six months.
In West Bank, 99.7% of Public Land Grants by Israel Go to Settlers

In West Bank, 99.7% of Public Land Grants by Israel Go to Settlers

Palestinians working on a vineyard in the West Bank, with an Israeli settlement in the background.

Maria Butina Loved Guns, Trump and Russia. It Was a Cover, Prosecutors Say.

Ms. Butina presented herself as a backer of President Trump and gun rights. But prosecutors say she was a Russian government agent.
MGM Resorts Sues 1,000 Victims of Las Vegas Shooting, Seeking to Avoid Liability

MGM Resorts Sues 1,000 Victims of Las Vegas Shooting, Seeking to Avoid Liability

MGM Resorts International, which owns the Mandalay Bay hotel, wants a federal court to rule that it can’t be held liable for a mass shooting last year in which the gunman used one of its rooms.
I Led the F.B.I. Mueller Is Just Doing His Job

I Led the F.B.I. Mueller Is Just Doing His Job

Robert Mueller in 2004, when he was the F.B.I. director, a position that the author, William Webster, once held.
A President With No Shame and a Party With No Guts

A President With No Shame and a Party With No Guts

President Trump speaking to the media from the Cabinet Room on Tuesday.
Would It or Wouldn’t It Be Russia: Trump Goes Double Negative

Would It or Wouldn’t It Be Russia: Trump Goes Double Negative

President Trump speaking Tuesday after the lights turned off during a meeting with members of Congress at the White House.
Iran Sues U.S. Over Broken Nuclear Deal and Reimposed Sanctions

Iran Sues U.S. Over Broken Nuclear Deal and Reimposed Sanctions

Behrouz Kamalvandi, a spokesman for Iran’s nuclear agency, talked to reporters in Tehran on Tuesday about the country’s decision to sue the United States for reimposing sanctions after withdrawing
Dan Coats, the Intelligence Chief, Finds His Voice. Will It Anger Trump?

Dan Coats, the Intelligence Chief, Finds His Voice. Will It Anger Trump?

Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence, said the nation’s intelligence agencies “have been clear in our assessments of Russian meddling in the 2016 election and their ongoing, pervasive
Papa John’s Founder Will Not ‘Go Quietly’ as Company Tries to Push Him Away

Papa John’s Founder Will Not ‘Go Quietly’ as Company Tries to Push Him Away

Papa John’s plans to pull John Schnatter’s image from marketing materials after he apologized for using a racial slur.
Goldman Names a New Chief. Don’t Expect Big Changes.

Goldman Names a New Chief. Don’t Expect Big Changes.

David M. Solomon, left, and Lloyd C. Blankfein at Goldman Sachs headquarters in Lower Manhattan on Tuesday. Mr. Solomon will take Mr. Blankfein’s position as chief executive on Oct. 1.
Lava Bomb Hits Tourist Boat in Hawaii, Injuring 23

Lava Bomb Hits Tourist Boat in Hawaii, Injuring 23

A basketball-size chunk of molten rock hurtled into the roof of a tourist boat that was sailing off Hawaii’s Big Island.
Review: ‘Blindspotting’ Walks a Tense Line in a Gentrifying Oakland

Review: ‘Blindspotting’ Walks a Tense Line in a Gentrifying Oakland

Daveed Diggs, left, and Rafael Casal in “Blindspotting.” The film, directed by Carlos López Estrada, is the latest to be set in Oakland, and to be concerned with social issues and race.