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By: DANIEL VICTOR

An investigation revealed “a very prominent distrust of management” at the organization, and found that Michael Oreskes behaved inappropriately toward multiple young women.

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By: VICTOR MATHER

Maribel Vinson, a three-time Olympian and renowned coach, had another distinction that is almost forgotten: She was the first female sportswriter at The New York Times.

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By: VICTOR MATHER

The name is accurate. Everything about the event is big. And the dizzying heights achieved by the snowboarders more than justifies the “air.”

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By: JULIET MACUR

Big air is a new event at the Olympics, and the mothers and fathers of the competitors probably deserve medals just for watching.

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By: RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA

The government told state-run secondary schools, though not the many church-run schools, to offer alternative courses.

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By: HANNAH BEECH and SAW NANG

While global attention has focused on the plight of Rohingya refugees, other long-running ethnic conflicts plague Myanmar’s restive borderlands.

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By: CHARLES McDERMID

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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By: JONATHAN MERRITT

Evangelists, Graham said, “have to stand in the middle in order to preach to all people, right and left.”

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By: JULIE TURKEWITZ

A week after a shooting killed 17 at their high school, students were lobbying state lawmakers to strengthen gun control, and meeting with resistance.

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By: DAVID ALLEN

The celebrity musicians, who play at Carnegie Hall on Thursday, choose their favorite page from Brahms’s three piano trios.

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By: VANESSA FRIEDMAN

Designers like Pierpaolo Piccioli, Simone Rocha and Craig Green created their own interpretations of the brand’s puffer world.

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By: JESSE GREEN

A political neophyte discovers the ethical nightmare of governance — lobbyists and donors and super PACs, oh my! — in Sarah Burgess’s new play.

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By: GUY TREBAY

This time around, the theatricality and flamboyance that were once frowned upon or ridiculed have been embraced.

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By: JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS

The afternoon session in the State Dining Room will include those affected by school shootings in Parkland, Fla., Littleton, Colo., and Newtown, Conn.

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The threat was overheard by a school security officer, officials said.

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By: Ellen McGirt

They join a long line of kids and teens who have shaped important social movements

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By: Ellen McGirt

From Civil Rights and beyond, they join a long line of kids and teens who have shaped important social movements.

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By: AMANDA FORTINI

The novelist’s latest collection is “Feel Free.”

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By: ISABEL KERSHNER and...

The aide, Shlomo Filber, could support the most damning charge of favors to an Israeli communications giant in exchange for fawning news coverage.

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By: BRIAN X. CHEN

It can be tempting to hook up everything you love to the internet. But take a moment to appreciate some of the objects that can remain unplugged.

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By: ADAM BAIDAWI

Melinda Taylor, an Australian lawyer who represents Julian Assange, has made a career of defending individuals condemned by the court of public opinion.

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By: MICHAEL TOMASKY

Requiring candidates for Congress to run statewide could encourage compromise instead of obstruction.

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By: NEIL IRWIN

New research from McKinsey suggests that for the economy to become more productive, demand matters.

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By: VIVIAN WANG

Prosecutors’ latest examples of a sprawling Albany corruption scheme have turned to science fairs, library trips and a teacher’s performance review.

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By: CHARLES V. BAGLI

The global financial services company will tear down its Park Avenue headquarters and take advantage of new zoning rules to build a bigger, sleeker one.

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By: ROBERT PEAR

Under current rules, such “short-term, limited-duration insurance” cannot last for more than three months. Under the proposal, the limit would be 364 days.

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By: ALEXANDER BURNS

Student protesters who survived last week’s shooting want a range of new restrictions. Yet G.O.P. leaders appear set on pursuing a package of narrower measures.

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By: GIOVANNI RUSSONELLO

“I hope these kids don’t give up,” Colbert said on Tuesday. “Someone else may be in power, but this country belongs to them.”

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By: Vrinda Jagota

Benjamin Kelly, a now-former aide to Florida Republican state representative Shawn Harrison, recently argued to a reporter that two students...

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The Parkland, Flo. high school students advocating for gun control in the wake of a shooting at their school that left 17 dead suffered a legislative...

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By: JULIE TURKEWITZ and...

Students fed up with gun violence hopped a bus to Tallahassee, Fla., and planned protests from coast to coast. Whether their activism would amount to anything was far from clear.

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By: EILEEN SULLIVAN

President Trump attacked his own attorney general on Wednesday, asking in a Twitter post why Jeff Sessions has not been investigating Democrats for Russian interference in the 2016 election.

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President Donald Trump is again attacking his predecessor, suggesting he should have done more to prevent Russian election meddling

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By: JACK HEALY

The rifle has been used by gunmen in several recent mass shootings, but it remains popular among owners who say they like to use it for hunting and target shooting.

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Over the course of his career, the Rev. Billy Graham capitalized on modern communication technologies — from television to satellite to the internet — to give his ministry a global reach.

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By: TIM ARANGO and MATT...

Wednesday: Eso Won Books preserves its identity decades after opening, a state gun law stands, and cold weather sends a chill through the state.

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By: LAURIE GOODSTEIN

Mr. Graham spread the Gospel around the world through a combination of religious conviction, commanding stage presence and shrewd use of advanced communication technologies.

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By: Natasha Bach

The famed Christian evangelist died at home on Wednesday.

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The Rev. Billy Graham, who transformed American religious life through his preaching and activism, becoming a counselor to presidents and the most...

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Billy Graham, one of the world's most famous Christian evangelists, has died, a family spokesman said today. He was 99.

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By: Chris Morris

Can the evangelist's organization survive his death?

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Famed evangelist Billy Graham died this morning but his words like these will live on.

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By: ARIEL DORFMAN

Politicians in Chile have stoked anti-immigrant sentiment, especially against Haitian immigrants. Chileans would do well to remember our own history.

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By: ROSS DOUTHAT

The Russian email hacking mattered. Their troll army is a phantom menace.

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By: DANI RODRIK

An honest response to globalization avoids cosmetic gimmicks like tariffs and goes after economic injustice directly.

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By: THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Maybe sensible teenagers, sickened by the terror they must live with at school, can at last compel their senseless elders to act.

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By: WILLA PASKIN

From “Lady Bird” to “Three Tall Women” to a revival of “Roseanne,” the 62-year-old actress is finally showing off the extent of her range.

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By: RON NIXON

The Border Patrol is aggressively using a little-known authority to set up checkpoints and search private property to crack down on illegal immigration.

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By: BRIAN SLOAN

At Kick Axe, a “sports” bar in Gowanus, patrons hurl axes at wood targets.

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By: KAYLEEN SCHAEFER

Women are coining and co-opting titles for their closest companions.

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By: CARA BUCKLEY

“Being out as a trans man isn’t new in my personal life, but it’s new in the public sphere,” says Yance Ford, whose documentary “Strong Island” is about the aftermath of his brother’s violent death.

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By: ROSLYN SULCAS

The Broadway home for “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ has been rebuilt in the hope that it will run for many, many years. So why is J.K. Rowling worried?

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By: FARHAD MANJOO

Next to Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android, Amazon’s voice assistant may be turning into the third great consumer computing platform of our era.

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By: JONATHAN MARTIN

Their hopes for a détente with Mr. Trump, who effectively staged a hostile takeover of a party he joined only in 2012, reflect the realization that rank-and-file Republicans have come to embrace the president.

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By: STEPHANIE SAUL

A national effort is underway to arm and train school staff members, but a former assistant principal who survived an attack believes it’s misguided.

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By: LUIS FERRÉ-SADURNÍ

Wednesday: Fading advertisements, record temperatures expected, and the murder of Malcolm X.

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By: CHRIS STANFORD

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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By: RACHEL SIMMONS

Many in this driven generation believe they can’t move forward without beating themselves up.

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By: SUSAN GUBAR

Dr. C. Anthony Blau, who has multiple myeloma, started a company to crowdsource an individualized approach to his disease.

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By: JIM ROBBINS

A study of 57 species shows that human encroachment and development not only harm an animal’s habitat, but may affect their migration patterns and food sources.

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By: CADE METZ

The building blocks of A.I. are becoming more affordable and easier to work with. A new report explains why that opens the door to additional risks.

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By: TARA PARKER-POPE

The pressure of an intense physical race combined with methodical target shooting gives biathletes a unique perspective on coping with stress.