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In β€˜The Bisexual,’ Desiree Akhavan Grapples With All Kinds of Sexuality

By ELEANOR STANFORD

The director, writer and actress discusses taboos and shame in her new Hulu show “The Bisexual,” debuting Friday.

Hazing, Humiliation, Terror: Working While Female in Federal Prison

By CAITLIN DICKERSON and ALYSSA SCHUKAR

Inmates expose themselves and threaten rape. Male guards let them do it. Women who complain are ‘pretty much blackballed.’

Police Chief Who Led Weinstein Investigation Ousted in Shake-Up

By ALI WINSTON

Deputy Chief Michael Osgood, who had warned the special victims division is severely understaffed, has been transferred to another command.

Junot DΓ­az Remains on Pulitzer Board After Review of Misconduct Allegations

By JULIA JACOBS

The Pulitzer Prize board said it “did not find evidence warranting removal” of Mr. Díaz after a five-month inquiry into sexual misconduct accusations.

German Economy Shrinks Unexpectedly, Adding to Europe’s Risk

By JACK EWING

The Continent faces a confluence of economic and political crises after Germany’s growth disappointed and Italy defied calls to modify a populist budget plan.

End Forced Arbitration for Sexual Harassment. Then Do More.

By TERRI GERSTEIN

If tech companies really want to be cutting-edge, they should get rid of the policy in all employment-related disputes.

Stimulus Plan or Populist Giveaway? Italy’s Budget Sets Up Clash With E.U.

By JASON HOROWITZ

How best to invigorate the country’s economy has reanimated a wrenching debate in Europe about whether it is better to spend or cut in the face of stagnation.

Poland’s Leaders March With Far-Right Groups on Independence Day

By JOANNA BERENDT

The president said the 100th anniversary of Polish independence was “for everyone.” The march included the far right and omitted opposition leaders.

Rome Mayor Acquitted on Lying Charge, to Relief of Five Star Movement

By GAIA PIANIGIANI

The long-running corruption case had threatened both her political career and the credibility of her anti-establishment party.

A Word With: Ann Curry Searches for Greatness in Everyday Heroes

By KATHRYN SHATTUCK

Curry talks about her PBS series “We’ll Meet Again,” her own place in the #MeToo movement, and the issues of truth and trust in journalism.

A Year After #MeToo, Hollywood’s Got a Malaise Money Can’t Cure

By BROOKS BARNES

Reforms are in doubt. Consolidation is threatening jobs. And Netflix is changing the very definition of film.

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