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Anatomy of a Crime: Sex, Hush Money and a Trump Fixer’s Guilty Plea

Anatomy of a Crime: Sex, Hush Money and a Trump Fixer’s Guilty Plea

Coordinating with Michael D. Cohen, left, a tabloid giant turned its tip line into a trip wire for negative stories that could hurt Donald J. Trump’s 2016 campaign, prosecutors said.
Duncan Hunter’s Indictment in California Opens the Door for a Long-Shot Challenger

Duncan Hunter’s Indictment in California Opens the Door for a Long-Shot Challenger

“If we have a congressman who can’t follow the law, how can we expect him to enforce the law?” asked Ammar Campa-Najjar, who is running against Representative Duncan Hunter.
Review: ‘Crime+Punishment’ Is a Tough Documentary About Police Abuses

Review: ‘Crime+Punishment’ Is a Tough Documentary About Police Abuses

New recruits at a training session in Brooklyn in a scene from “Crime+Punishment.”
ISIS Leader Baghdadi Resurfaces in Recording

ISIS Leader Baghdadi Resurfaces in Recording

The leader of the Islamic State, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in 2014.
When Is an Offense Impeachable? Look to the Framers for the Answer

When Is an Offense Impeachable? Look to the Framers for the Answer

George Mason, a leading voice at the convention on the question of impeachment, said it was imperative for Congress to have the means to remove a president who had gained his office by undermining
Killing of Mollie Tibbetts in Iowa Inflames Immigration Debate

Killing of Mollie Tibbetts in Iowa Inflames Immigration Debate

A poster in the window of a business in Brooklyn, Iowa, asking for information about Mollie Tibbetts, a missing University of Iowa student whose body is believed to have been found this week.
‘How Did We End Up Here?’ Trump Wonders as the White House Soldiers On

‘How Did We End Up Here?’ Trump Wonders as the White House Soldiers On

President Trump returned to a well-worn tactic of scouring media reports for any opportunity that would allow him to seize the news cycle again.
Lights, Camera, Trump!

Lights, Camera, Trump!

President Trump seen on a video camera viewfinder at the White House last year.
Why Should North Korea Give Up Its Nuclear Weapons?

Why Should North Korea Give Up Its Nuclear Weapons?

Major Gen. Kim Do-gyun of South Korea, center, shaking hands with a North Korean officer as he crossed the military demarcation line in June.
State of the Art: Can Facebook, or Anybody, Solve the Internet’s Misinformation Problem?

State of the Art: Can Facebook, or Anybody, Solve the Internet’s Misinformation Problem?

Facebook has shifted from “reactive to proactive detection” of coordinated propaganda operations, said its chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg.
Hilary Lister, a Quadriplegic Who Sailed Solo, Dies at 46

Hilary Lister, a Quadriplegic Who Sailed Solo, Dies at 46

Hilary Lister operated a sailboat by blowing or drawing through tubes, resembling straws, which were connected to electronic instruments that controlled the vessel.
Prosecutors in Ukraine Investigate Ex-Manafort Associates

Prosecutors in Ukraine Investigate Ex-Manafort Associates

Paul Manafort leaving the federal courthouse in Washington in February.
New York Investigators Subpoena Michael Cohen for Documents Linked to Trump Foundation

New York Investigators Subpoena Michael Cohen for Documents Linked to Trump Foundation

Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s former lawyer, leaving United States District Court in Manhattan on Tuesday. He was issued a subpoena on Wednesday by the Department of Taxation and Finance for
Donald Trump’s High Crimes and Misdemeanors

Donald Trump’s High Crimes and Misdemeanors

Donald Trump arrives for a Make America Great Again rally at the Civic Center in Charleston, W.Va., on Tuesday.