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By: BRETT WEINER

In this dramatization of transcripts from a legal deposition, a lawyer becomes embroiled in an absurd argument.

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By: FELIPE VILLAMOR

Even after the defeat of jihadist forces in the city of Marawi, people on Mindanao tell of fierce battles with other Islamist cells.

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By: CHARLES McDERMID

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

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By: MEREDITH MENDELSOHN

A sculptor taught herself 73 craft categories — chair caning to leather tooling — to compete in the state fair. Now her work is in art museums.

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By: TAL PINCHEVSKY

Tony Hand is in the International Ice Hockey Federation Hall of Fame, but he never turned his success in Britain into an N.H.L. career.

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By: MARGARET LYONS

How did a show so stacked with talent flop so badly?

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By: JON PARELES

On her second album, “Turn Out the Lights,” the Nashville singer and songwriter reaches for “radical vulnerability,” and hope.

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By: KEVIN DRAPER

“We will suck them dry of their best talent at every moment. We will make business extremely difficult for them.”

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By: ALEXANDRA ALTER

Her new memoir, which blends relationship advice with reflections on her romantic follies, comes at an awkward time.

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By: SYDNEY EMBER

Matthew Henick, a onetime teenage ringtone magnate, is leading the company away from popular shorts toward deals with production studios.

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By: LIAM STACK and JACK EWING

It will now cost almost $30 to drive such cars in the center of the British capital, as the mayor cites “a health crisis” caused by poor-quality air.

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By: JAMES KANTER

After raiding BMW last week, European Union regulators looking into possible collusion over equipment costs searched Daimler and Volkswagen offices.

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By: RODERICK MacFARQUHAR

The Communist leader held a lifelong contradiction in his attitudes toward revolution and state power.

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By: JOHN KOBLIN

Needing a ratings boost, the host of “Megyn Kelly Today” targets what she calls a culture of sexual harassment at her former employer.

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By: Claire Zillman

The ex-Fox News host revealed new complaints she'd made about her former colleague.

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By: GARDINER HARRIS

Mr. Tillerson did not risk the short trip to Kabul to visit the heavily fortified United States Embassy or Afghan presidential palace, as his predecessors have done.

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By: KEITH BRADSHER

Chinese officials face tough choices as they move to clean up skies and rivers, an effort that some say could put downward pressure on the economy.

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By: CHRIS BUCKLEY

If no successors-in-waiting appear, that would raise speculation that Mr. Xi may try to keep power in some form after his second five-year term as president ends.

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By: AARON E. CARROLL

Getting people to eat better is difficult. So is doing research about it, which is why skepticism is important.

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By: JAMES BARRON

New York’s transit system is expected to replace the MetroCard with a technology that can accommodate cellphones and certain kinds of credit or debit cards.

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This surveillance footage, which is being published for the first time, shows what happened in 2012 when four civilians were killed during a drug interdiction operation carried out by the D.E.A. and local law enforcement. Mattathias Schwartz, a...

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By: MATTATHIAS SCHWARTZ

Now made public, the government’s surveillance video strongly suggests the agency’s account of a raid in Honduras, where four civilians died, was not accurate.

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By: VANESSA FRIEDMAN

A New York State assemblywoman and the Model Alliance are working on an amendment to close a loophole in anti-discrimination laws.

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By: YAMICHE ALCINDOR

“That’s what hurt me the most,” Myeshia Johnson said of a condolence call President Trump made after her husband was killed in an ambush in Niger.

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Myeshia Johnson spoke to ABC News about her husband's death

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Trump said he spoke Sgt. Johnson's name "without hesitation."

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By: MIKE McPHATE

Monday: A heat wave moves into Southern California, more sexual harassment accusations in Hollywood, and a record climb up El Capitan.

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By: EILEEN SULLIVAN

It is not clear whether Republicans will put a cap on tax-deferred contributions in its final version of the tax bill, but caps as low as $2,400 a year are being considered.

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President Donald Trump vowed a popular retirement savings program would remain untouched in the forthcoming Republican tax overhaul proposal.

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By: FELIPE VILLAMOR

Jim Mattis, the United States defense secretary, said the Philippines had sent a “very necessary message” to militants in the war-torn southern city.

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By: NOAH WEILAND

At the 20th anniversary of the award, Steve Martin, Bill Murray and other comedians celebrated Mr. Letterman, who joked, “I am now the most humorous person in the world.”

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By: TARIQ PANJA

England’s soccer machine discards preteen players, and their dreams, with ease and efficiency every year. But not every player, or every family, is willing to give up.

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By: ZACHARY WOOLFE

Everything you need to know about the new opera by Thomas Adès, an adaptation of a Luis Buñuel film about a nightmarish dinner party.

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By: KIRSTEN CLODFELTER

“All my love,” our mother had written, but the paper wasn’t enough to contain it. So she wrapped it in a box.

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By: CATH POUND

The almost 800 gouache paintings of “Life? or Theater?”, a semi-autobiographical series by the Berlin-born Jewish artist, are being shown together for the first time, in Amsterdam.

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By: MONICA CASTILLO

Immigrants and their stories were long essential to studios. So why haven’t they greenlit movies about the current generation of Dreamers?

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By: PHILIP GEFTER

Columbia County, a quiet part of upstate New York, has emerged as a 21st-century haven — and a reminder of the ongoing relevance of the queer community.

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By: MARC SANTORA

Officials say they are aggressively addressing the problems that plague the subway system, but the sense of frustration among riders is still palpable.

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By: ANDREW E. KRAMER

William F. Browder campaigned for justice for Sergei Magnitsky, a tax lawyer who died in jail. Now Russian prosecutors are accusing him of murder in the case.

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By: NATALIE KITROEFF

Vast warehouses are being built, fueling a demand for lower-skilled workers and reviving areas that once relied on manufacturing.

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By: PETER BAKER

In 1938, Franklin Roosevelt’s bid to purge Democrats who opposed him backfired. Are there lessons as Mr. Bannon takes on dissident Republicans?

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By: NICHOLAS FANDOS

Three congressional investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election have run into serious obstacles, and definitive conclusions are now unlikely.

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By: ALEXANDRA S. LEVINE

Monday: A California team with New York roots, a panel on Civil War monuments, and advice for the Yankees.

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By: AMBER ROSE CARLSON

I would like the man who raped and abused me to be put to death or imprisoned for life. That is not irrational.

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By: MICHAEL H. SCHILL

Protesters who shut down speech mimic the actions of those they say they oppose.

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We can’t eliminate storms and high winds. But we can modernize the electric grid, save on fossil fuels and reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.

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By: MICHAEL BARBARO

Mr. O’Reilly discussed the sexual harassment allegations that cost him his job, speaking to the two Times journalists that brought them to light.

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By: CHRIS STANFORD

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

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By: CHARLES McDERMID

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

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By: PATRICK BOEHLER

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By: KAREN WEINTRAUB

Experts don’t know exactly why hearing aids are still so costly, but under a new law, the cost should soon be coming down.

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By: DONALD G. McNEIL Jr.

“Coffee With Polio Experts” videos may be amateurish, but they are full of insights explaining why polio eradication has been such a struggle.

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By: NICHOLAS ST. FLEUR

With Google Earth, archaeologists have uncovered strange stone structures that may have been built by nomadic tribes in ancient lava fields.

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By: CADE METZ

Nearly all big tech companies have an artificial intelligence project, and they are willing to pay experts millions of dollars to help get it done.