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A DNA Mix-Up Involving a Washing Machine Kept a Man in Jail for 3 Years

By Heather Murphy

The Louisiana case highlights how prosecutors and crime labs withhold key documents from defense lawyers, keeping some defendants in custody for months or years.

Rayshard Brooks Case: Former Atlanta Officer Garrett Rolfe Charged With Murder

By Rick Rojas and Richard Fausset

The charges come after Mr. Brooks was fatally shot during a confrontation outside of a fast-food restaurant. His family said prosecuting the officer was “the only way to heal some of these wounds.”

Swabs and Sensors: Memos Offer Details of Life in N.B.A. β€˜Bubble’

By Marc Stein

Players and team staff members will be required to stay on the Walt Disney World Resort premises at nearly all times after they arrive next month to complete the 2019-20 season.

Swabs and Sensors: Memos Offer Details of Life in N.B.A. β€˜Bubble’

By Marc Stein

Players and team staff members will be required to stay on the Walt Disney World Resort premises at nearly all times after they arrive next month to complete the 2019-20 season.

Will Protests Set Off a Second Viral Wave?

By Roni Caryn Rabin

Across the country, mayors, public health experts and other officials worry that even though many protesters are wearing masks, the risk of new coronavirus cases will increase as thousands gather.

Will Protests Set Off a Second Viral Wave?

By Roni Caryn Rabin

Across the country, mayors, public health experts and other officials worry that even though many protesters are wearing masks, the risk of new coronavirus cases will increase as thousands gather.

Coronavirus Ravaged a Choir. But Isolation Helped Contain It.

By David Waldstein

One sick singer attended choir practice, infecting 52 others, two of whom died. A study released by the C.D.C. shows that self-isolation and tracing efforts helped contain the outbreak.

Coronavirus Ravaged a Choir. But Isolation Helped Contain It.

By David Waldstein

One sick singer attended choir practice, infecting 52 others, two of whom died. A study released by the C.D.C. shows that self-isolation and tracing efforts helped contain the outbreak.

Why politicians can't just restart the economy

By Howard Kurtz

The media uproar over the power struggle between the president and the governors may well be focused on the wrong question.

Coronavirus in New York: The Latest

By Azi Paybarah

After a new case emerged in Westchester, the state and the city are testing for infections and tracking possible contacts.

Bloomberg’s awful debate performance boosts front-runner Bernie

By Howard Kurtz

I don’t know if Donald Trump’s assessment of Mike Bloomberg’s “stumbling, bumbling and grossly incompetent” performance—“perhaps the worst in the history of debates”—is literally true.

Furor over Trump pardons as frustrated Barr weighs quitting

By Howard Kurtz

Donald Trump and his attorney general seem headed for a confrontation, just as the president is declaring himself the nation’s “chief law-enforcement officer” and handing out controversial pardons.

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