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Today β€” July 16th 2018Your RSS feeds

Trilobites: Ancient Romans Hunted β€˜Sea Monsters.’ Were They Whales?

By NICHOLAS ST. FLEUR

Testing of archaeological remains show that two whale species once swam in the Mediterranean, suggesting that the Romans conducted industrial-scale whaling.

When the Painting Is Provocative but the Museum Is Cautious

By MICHAEL HARDY

The Blanton Museum of Art in Texas is wrestling with how to present Vincent Valdez’s panorama of a modern-day Ku Klux Klan gathering.

From the Sky to Your Home, Plane Parts Get a Second Life

By TANYA MOHN

While the average jet’s life span is 25 years, a stunning array of art and functional objects made from their remains can be useful far, far longer.

Review: A Serious Look at the Life of Robin Williams

By MIKE HALE

The HBO documentary “Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind” offers a calm assessment of a mercurial, sometimes manic talent.

Will Kavanaugh Curb Sloppy White House Deregulation?

By JONATHAN H. ADLER

The judge insists that federal agencies stay within the limits of law and delegated authority.

He Preyed on Men Who Wanted to Be Priests. Then He Became a Cardinal.

By LAURIE GOODSTEIN and SHARON OTTERMAN

Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick was removed from ministry last month for sexually abusing an altar boy. But for decades, the church overlooked his harassment of adult seminarians.

Trump Avoids Rebuking Putin on Election Interference: Live Updates

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

At a closely watched news conference after a summit meeting, the American leader expressed doubts that represent a remarkable divergence from his own national security apparatus.

Zhengzhou Dispatch: Looking Through the Eyes of China’s Surveillance State

By PAUL MOZUR

A rare chance to try on a tool of a would-be surveillance dystopia gave a glimpse of the wariness that a closely watched populace can’t hide.

$88 Million and Counting: Trump Amasses Huge Head Start for 2020 Campaign

By KENNETH P. VOGEL and RACHEL SHOREY

The president’s re-election haul reflects a brisk fund-raising effort. Most of his predecessors, by contrast, did not kick off their campaigns until after the midterms.

Tracing Guccifer 2.0’s Many Tentacles in the 2016 Election

By DAVID E. SANGER, JIM RUTENBERG and ERIC LIPTON

The indictment of 12 Russian operatives provides never-before-seen detail about the central role of the online avatar Guccifer 2.0 in the dissemination of stolen Democratic documents.

Judge Orders Los Angeles Times to Delete Part of Published Article

By JENNIFER MEDINA

Legal experts said the order, to remove references from a sealed document that was made public by mistake, was probably unconstitutional. The paper said it would appeal.

Nonfiction: What Edmund White Thinks You Should Read

By JANE SMILEY

In his memoir, “The Unpunished Vice,” the author writes about the books he has loved and been influenced by.

California Is Preparing for Extreme Weather. It’s Time to Plant Some Trees.

By HENRY FOUNTAIN

The state expects drier dry years and wetter wet ones in the decades ahead. That means projects to restore river habitats now serve another purpose: battling the coming floods.

Yesterday β€” July 15th 2018Your RSS feeds

Former Rep. Joe Walsh explains how 'Who Is America?' star Sacha Baron Cohen duped him

By Andrew O'Reilly

Former Illinois congressman Joe Walsh joined a growing list of conservative politicians in blasting comedian Sacha Baron Cohen’s new Showtime series “Who Is America?” after Walsh got duped into supporting a fake program in Israel to arm 4-year-old children with firearms.

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