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Prince Andrew Steps Down From Public Duties in Aftermath of Epstein Interview

By The New York Times

He also said he was willing to help law enforcement agencies in their investigations, and that he “unequivocally” regrets the “ill-judged association.”

Obama Moves Off Political Sidelines, Earlier Than He Expected

By Glenn Thrush

As Democratic presidential candidates gather to debate on Wednesday night, Barack Obama is increasingly pressing a 2020 message: Focus on defeating President Trump and ditch the ideological purity.

What Do We Hear When Women Speak?

By Jessica Bennett

Four female moderators. Four female candidates. That’s more women on a presidential debate stage than ever before. So what will listeners hear?

Oxford Names β€˜Climate Emergency’ Its 2019 Word of the Year

By Jennifer Schuessler

In a break from precedent, the dictionary company released an all-environmental shortlist including “climate action,” “climate denial” and “eco-anxiety.”

Confederate Statue in North Carolina Comes Down After 112 Years

By Derrick Bryson Taylor

The statue’s removal came after months of “high emotions, division and even violence” in the small town of Pittsboro, a county official said.

Oxford Names β€˜Climate Emergency’ Its 2019 Word of the Year

By Jennifer Schuessler

In a break from precedent, the dictionary company released an all-environmental shortlist including “climate action,” “climate denial” and “eco-anxiety.”

AIDS Memorial Quilt to Return Home to San Francisco

By Lauren Messman

The quilt’s more than 50,000 panels will move to the National AIDS Memorial, while its archive of personal items will go to the Library of Congress.

What Democrats Need to Know to Win Latinos

By Arnold Garcia and Kyle Longley

To avoid a disappointing 2020 turnout, the party needs to understand the nuances of the Latino electorate.

Danny Willett Fights His Way Back

By Simon Cambers

He won the Masters in 2016, but after injuries, his game just seemed to disappear. Not anymore.

How a Native American Resistance Held Alcatraz for 18 Months

By David Treuer

In 1969, the Indians of All Tribes group laid claim to the surplus federal land that was once a federal penitentiary.

Companies Abandon Prince Andrew After Calamitous Epstein Interview

By Elian Peltier

The British royal was urged to tell the F.B.I. about his friendship with the disgraced Manhattan financier.

Impeachment Hearing Live Updates: β€˜Everyone Was in the Loop’ on Ukraine Pressure, Sondland Says

By Peter Baker and Michael S. Schmidt

President Trump distanced himself from Gordon D. Sondland after the ambassador testified that there was a clear “quid pro quo,” and that multiple top officials, including Mike Pompeo, Mike Pence and Mick Mulvaney, knew about the campaign to pressure Ukraine to announce investigations of Democrats.

At the Entrenched Met Museum, the New Director Shakes Things Up

By Robin Pogrebin

One year into the job, Max Hollein shows that art shouldn’t be seen solely through a Western lens.

Why I Quit My Job Carrying Out Trump’s Immigration Policies

By Doug Stephens

A former asylum officer says “remain in Mexico” and other policies undermining asylum aren’t just racist, they’re illegal.

What Happened to Kamala Harris?

We followed the candidate to South Carolina to understand how she went from top-tier, front-runner status to the middle of the pack.

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