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Reported Talks by Jared Kushner With Russia Would Be ‘Good Thing,’ Trump Official Says
John F. Kelly, the Homeland Security secretary, played down reports of a back channel. The president, meanwhile, resumed using Twitter as a weapon.
Sunday Routine: How Jo Miller of ‘Full Frontal With Samantha Bee’ Spends Her Sundays
During the week, Ms. Miller, 50, lives with her cat, Sammy, in Harlem, but on Friday nights, they drive to her 650-square-foot house in the Catskills.
Waiting for the Credits to End? Movies Are Naming More Names
Complex special effects can mean several thousand crew members are listed at the end. But not all workers are there, and some wish the scrolls were even longer.
Greed, Injustice and Decadence: What 5 Scenes From a Hit TV Show Say About China
“In the Name of the People” has become one of the most popular shows in Chinese history, with themes and scenes that mirror real life.
Homework? First I Need to Get to the Bottom of This Comey Story
Gabe Fleisher is the 15-year-old high school freshman behind the popular and surprisingly sophisticated Wake Up to Politics newsletter.
The Mall of America’s Writer-in-Residence Has a Knack for Landing Offbeat Gigs
The poet has won similar contests for Amtrak, Los Angeles and even the Dollar Shave Club.
Katie Hopkins, Conservative Provocateur, to Leave Radio Show After Tweet
Ms. Hopkins, who worked at LBC, had demanded a “final solution” to the terrorism problem, a remark some interpreted as a call for genocide.
Chip Kelly to Join ESPN as Football Analyst
Kelly, who coached the Oregon Ducks, the Philadelphia Eagles and the San Francisco 49ers, will provide insight on college and professional games.
Trump Condemns ‘Alleged Leaks,’ After Complaints From Britain
The reproach by Britain’s prime minister suggests a striking moment of discord between two longstanding allies that share intelligence.
Rough Treatment of Journalists in the Trump Era
They have been yelled at, exposed to pepper spray, pinned by security and even arrested on the job. Now a reporter has accused a House candidate of assault.
Jerry Perenchio, Entertainment Mogul Who Counseled ‘Think Big,’ Dies at 86
Mr. Perenchio promoted the first Ali-Frazier fight, produced television shows with Norman Lear and turned Univision into the dominant Hispanic TV network in the United States.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Demented Detectives on Seth Rich’s Case
Some people believe conspiracy theories because they feel lost. Others because they are ruthlessly cynical.
News Analysis: Leaks: A Uniquely American Way of Annoying the Authorities
Is there something particularly American about leaking? Some national allergy to protecting government secrets? Yes, in fact, there is.
A Journalist Was Body Slammed, but Some Conservatives Want the News Media to Apologize
The treatment of a reporter by Greg Gianforte, the Republican candidate in a Montana special election, was either “outrageous” or “totally out of character,” depending on whom you ask.
Greg Gianforte, Montana Republican, Captures House Seat Despite Assault Charge
A wealthy candidate overcame a crisis of his own making, winning a closely watched contest a day after he was accused of physically attacking a reporter.
Mark Zuckerberg’s Great American Road Trip
The Facebook chief plans to visit every state in the union and learn more about a sliver of the nearly two billion people who use the social network regularly.
In Controversy, Hannity Isn’t Seeing Advertisers’ Exodus That O’Reilly Did
Companies are sticking by Sean Hannity as he promotes his conspiracy theory surrounding the murder of a D.N.C. staff member, claiming he is not violating their core values.
Summer in the Hamptons: Eleven Madison Park and Uber (Finally!) Are Coming to the East End
From the toughest reservation in town to the return of the ride-hailing app, here are six things that Hamptonites will be buzzing about.
Mediator: Sean Hannity, a Murder and Why Fake News Endures
As the case of the Seth Rich murder shows, uncorroborated stories will spread as long as some people want to tell them, and others want to believe.
Jury Is Selected for Bill Cosby Trial
Two jurors out of 12 are African-American, and the racial makeup of the panel became a point of contention during the selection process.
Feature: Aleppo After the Fall
As the Syrian civil war turns in favor of the regime, a nation adjusts to a new reality — and a complicated new picture of the conflict emerges.
An Appraisal: Denis Johnson’s Poetic Visions of a Fallen World
In this author’s universe, hallucinatory imaginings bleed into daily life, where reality itself can seem like a fevered nightmare.
Denis Johnson, Who Wrote of the Failed and the Desperate, Dies at 67
Mr. Johnson, the author of “Jesus’ Son,” peopled his novels, stories and poems with drifters, addicts, inmates and spies.