Bipartisan Bill Targets Online Spread of Child Sex Abuse Material The legislation, responding to an investigation in The New York Times, would make tech companies more responsible for retaining data about abuse.
DeVos Tries Again to Cut Debt Relief for Students Who Were Misled The latest effort to rework a program for borrowers whose schools broke the law drew an immediate promise of a court challenge.
The Perverse Servility of Bill Barr How does Trump’s attorney general keep a straight face?
Giulianis Settle Ugly Divorce Case, Avoiding a Public Trial Pretrial proceedings revealed the couple’s $230,000 monthly spending, which enabled $12,000 splurges for cigars and $7,000 for fountain pens.
Signs Point to China Tariff Delay, but Decision Rests With Trump While many American officials are eager to avoid the new tariffs, the president could go either way.
Yes, Killer Whales Benefit From Grandmotherly Love Too Researchers hope the findings will improve conservation efforts, as some killer whale populations have dwindled and become endangered.
Pete Buttigieg Releases List of McKinsey Clients The list is the latest in a series of disclosures his campaign has made after it was criticized for lacking transparency.
Impeachment, Trade, Self-Care: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Lots of Lessons From Afghanistan; None Learned Documents reveal that American leaders, civilian and military, misled the public about the prospects of success there.
Roxette Singer Marie Fredriksson Is Dead at 61 As half of the Swedish duo, which gained fame in the 1980s and ’90s, Ms. Fredriksson was known for her powerful voice and dynamic onstage presence.
Two Articles of Impeachment for Trump Are Nowhere Near Enough The House should take its own sweet time and investigate many more aspects of the president’s perfidious behavior.
Trump to Sign Order Targeting Anti-Semitism on College Campuses The president’s action will protect Judaism under civil rights law and empower the Education Department to withhold money from institutions that tolerate...
Impeach Trump for Racism? Democrats are planning to restrict their case to the Ukraine affair. Are they making a mistake?
Black Women Reign at Beauty Pageants When Zozibini Tunzi was named Miss Universe on Sunday, it signified the first time that black women had simultaneously held the top prize in four of the major beauty pageants.
Prosecutors Recommend Light Sentence for Ex-Trump Aide Rick Gates The former campaign aide cooperated with prosecutors on high-profile cases including the trials of Paul Manafort and Roger Stone.
Johann Baptist Metz, Theologian of Compassion, Dies at 91 One of the most influential Catholic theologians of the 20th century, he challenged his fellow German Catholics to face the reality of Auschwitz.
Navy Suspends Flight Training for Saudi Military Students Students from Saudi Arabia have been grounded in the wake of a shooting at a Pensacola Navy base that left three people dead.
Facebook and Barr Escalate Standoff Over Encrypted Messages With 1.5 billion users, Facebook’s WhatsApp is perhaps the world’s most commonly used encrypted communications platform.
Impeach Trump. Save America. It is the only thing to do if our country’s democracy is to survive.
Someone Is Putting Cowboy Hats on Pigeons in Las Vegas No one knows why. A rodeo was in town but denied any connection. The Las Vegas police said it “does not appear to be a police matter at this time.”
Andrew Yang Qualifies for Next Democratic Debate He cleared a final polling hurdle to join six other candidates, ensuring there won’t be an all-white debate.
Will Congress Actually Pass a Privacy Bill? What happened while you were watching impeachment hearings.
On Data Privacy, India Charts Its Own Path A new law would give the country’s 1.3 billion people more power over data collected by companies but allow the government to exempt itself from the rules.
Marionettes at Play A Los Angeles institution has a new home. Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour.