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What the Mayor, the Police and the Prosecutor Had to Say After the Jussie Smollett Charges Were Dropped
‘I, Too, Was a Survivor’: Senator McSally Ends Years of Silence
First Black Woman to Serve as a Virginia Police Chief Says Racist Officers Forced Her Out
Second Man Found Dead in Ed Buck’s Home Died the Same Way as the First
California Today: Why Apple’s Big Streaming Play Matters
Support of L.G.B.T. Rights Drops Among Young Republicans, Survey Finds
Want to Adopt a Wild Horse? The Government Will Pay You $1,000
Roiled by Staff Uproar, Civil Rights Group Looks at Intolerance Within
Russian Vodka. A ‘No Collusion Day’ Rally. Trump Fans Celebrate the Mueller Report.
News Analysis: Mueller’s Investigation Erases a Line Drawn After Watergate
White House Memo: For Trump’s Aides, Celebratory Dinners and a Hunger for Revenge
Andrew Marshall, Pentagon’s Threat Expert, Dies at 97
U.S. Expands Anti-Abortion Policies With New Overseas Funding Rules
What Is Gerrymandering? What if the Supreme Court Bans It?
Jussie Smollett, Measles, Conor McGregor: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
MoMA PS1 Settles With Curator Who Said Giving Birth Cost Her Job Offer
Congressional Memo: Once More With Feeling, Democrats Try to Squash Impeachment Talk
Senate Blocks Green New Deal but Expends Plenty of Carbon Talking About It
U.S. Insists on Limiting Foreign Metals, Angering Allies
What Happens if Obamacare Is Struck Down?
Graffiti Citing New Zealand Attack Is Found After Mosque Fire in California
‘Don’t Succumb to the Fear’: Women Share Travel Safety Tips
Supreme Court Rules Against Sailors Injured in Cole Attack
House Fails to Override Trump’s Veto, Preserving National Emergency Order
After Boeing Crashes, Sharp Questions About Industry Regulating Itself
Chicago Officer Was Killed by Man Seeking to Shoot ‘First Hispanic Man He Saw,’ Chief Says
Democrats Pivot Hard to Health Care After Trump Moves to Strike Down Affordable Care Act
Inside Kamala Harris’s Small-Dollar Fund-Raising Operation
Square Feet: Shell Sees New Role for Former Steel Region: Plastics
Purdue Pharma and Sacklers Reach $270 Million Settlement in Opioid Lawsuit
‘We’d Had a Few Drinks,’ Australian Party Official Says About Gun Lobby Tape
Kamala Harris’s First Campaign Policy: A Raise for Teachers
William Barr, Michael Avenatti, Apple: Your Tuesday Briefing
Interior Nominee Intervened to Block Report on Endangered Species
The Backdoor Move Uber and Others Are Using to Shape Labor Rules
Justices Display Divisions in New Cases on Voting Maps Warped by Politics
Testing Novel Power, Trump Administration Detains Palestinian After Sentence Ends
Trump Officials Broaden Attack on Health Law, Arguing Courts Should Reject All of It
On Politics: With Mueller Inquiry Over, Trump Goes on the Offensive
First All-Female Spacewalk Canceled Because NASA Doesn’t Have Two Suits That Fit


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Baltimore Mayor Pugh says she paid taxes on book sales, calls inquiries a 'witch hunt'

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh says she has properly reported and paid taxes on all sales of her “Healthy Holly” books and called inquiries into her deals with the University of Maryland Medical System a “witch hunt.”

Pugh declined to provide copies of her personal and business tax records related...


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10-year-old boy commits suicide over relentless bullying: mom

A 10-year-old Houston boy killed himself in January after enduring vicious bullying, according to his mother.

Kevin Reese Jr. was found by his 13-year-old sister after the two came home from school. He had hanged himself in a closet. Kevin’s mom, Crystal Smith, was out of town for work and his...


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Sackler family donated to anti-Muslim groups: report

The Sackler family, owners of opioid-producer Purdue Pharma, has donated to several anti-Muslim groups in the past, a report shows.

Richard and Beth Sackler Foundation donated to four anti-Muslim hate groups — as considered so by the Southern Poverty Law Center — from 2014-2016, according to Sludge,...


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German observatory gets a ‘Star Wars’-themed redesign as R2D2 robot

A professor known for lectures on science fiction has given his university’s observatory a make-over by turning the exterior into a giant replica of “Star Wars” robot R2D2.

Professor Hubert Zitt of the German’s University of Kaiserslautern turned Zweibrücken Observatory of the Natural Science Association...


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Kim Kardashian finds Matthew Charles a new home

Matthew Charles, the Nashville man who was recently released from prison but struggled to find a place to live because of his criminal record, has finally secured an apartment with the help of Kim Kardashian—who had previously offered to pay Charles’ rent for the next few years.

Charles, 52, was...


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NFL draft profile: Jets target Greedy Williams of LSU

Following in the footsteps of plenty of other LSU defensive backs — Jamal Adams, Tyrann Mathieu, Patrick Peterson, Eric Reid and more — Andraez "Greedy" Williams is ready for the NFL and will likely be the first cornerback selected in the 2019 NFL Draft.

A playmaker with good size for a defensive...

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NFL draft profile: Jets target Jawaan Taylor of Florida

When an NFL team already has a franchise quarterback, it becomes of utmost importance to protect that player with a solid offensive line.

With Sam Darnold already in place, the New York Jets may look to an offensive tackle with their first-round pick.

Jawaan Taylor, a junior from Florida, has a...

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NCAA Tournament bracket 2019

2019 NCAA Tournament printable bracket.
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NFL draft profile: Jets target Jonah Williams of Alabama

The skill position players get all the glory while at Alabama, but many of the offensive and defensive linemen that do the work in the trenches have gone on to great success in the NFL.

Jonah Williams, a junior offensive tackle, paved the way for the likes of Tua Tagovailoa, Josh Jacobs and more during...

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NFL draft profile: Giants target Drew Lock of Missouri

Quarterbacks are always heavily-discussed leading up to the NFL draft.

Vying to be one of the first signal callers off the board, Drew Lock, a senior from Missouri, was under the microscope at the NFL combine.

It's unclear who the New York Giants believe is the best quarterback in the 2019 class,...

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US News

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10-year-old boy commits suicide over relentless bullying: mom

A 10-year-old Houston boy killed himself in January after enduring vicious bullying, according to his mother.

Kevin Reese Jr. was found by his 13-year-old sister after the two came home from school. He had hanged himself in a closet. Kevin’s mom, Crystal Smith, was out of town for work and his...

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‘Of course I’m nervous,’ admits Michael Avenatti in first interview since arrest on federal charges

Behind his defiant, trigger-happy tweets, Michael Avenatti is “nervous” about his arrest this week.

In his first sit-down interview since FBI agents took him into custody in Manhattan Monday, the lawyer admitted to CBS News that he’s worried about the extortion and bank fraud charges filed against...

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Robbers follow 12-year-old Bronx boy home, take his phone, then threaten, ‘You’d better not say anything or we’ll kill you.’

Two men pinned a terrified 12-year-old boy against a wall in his Bronx building, threatening to shoot him if he didn’t hand over his phone, police said.

The youngster was on his way home from school at about 4:45 p.m. March 19, when the two men followed him to his building on University Ave. near...

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Nine nurses in Maine hospital labor unit are all pregnant

Pregnancy may just be contagious after all.

Nine nurses in the labor and delivery unit at Maine Medical Center are all due this summer, which they announced in a hilarious group photo with their growing baby bumps that went viral online.

All nine — Erin Grenier, Rachel Stellmach, Brittney Verville,...

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Mayor’s wife can’t define the billion-dollar city mental health program under her control

The mayor’s wife struggled on Tuesday to answer the most fundamental questions during a lengthy city council hearing about the city’s high-priced mental health program under her leadership.

“It’s very difficult to say, oh, this is the percentage of our population that is seriously mentally ill....

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Entertainment

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'Ain't Too Proud,' the tale of The Temptations, needed to tell its own story

“Ain’t Too Proud,” the frustrating biographical Broadway musical about Motown’s hit-machine The Temptations, takes its title from a 1966 record, “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg.” But it could just as well mean “ain’t too proud to change the line-up.”

Between 1960 and today—the Temps are still going strong—there...

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Sexual misconduct allegations continue to rock Tinseltown as Warner Bros. chief steps down

Warner Bros. Chairman and CEO Kevin Tsujihara has agreed to step down after an investigation into sexual misconduct allegations.

Tsujihara, who first joined Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc. in 1994, announced his departure via a memo to colleagues Monday.

Though he expressed his love for both “this...

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New music from Ringo Starr is on the way

Ringo Starr is working on new music.

The former Beatles beatkeeper appeared to confirm a 20th solo album was in the works on guitarist Steve Lukather’s Facebook page.

Lukather, who plays in Starr’s All-Starr Band, posted a photo of the group in a recording studio. Starr posted a photo of the pair...

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'When Calls the Heart' takes 'creative hiatus,' set to continue without star Lori Loughlin

The world of Hope Valley may have turned upside down, but it will continue on without Lori Loughlin.

The arrest of the actress and her husband, designer Mossimo Giannulli,last week in connection with a national college cheating scam left her upcoming projects in doubt.

The Hallmark Channel severed...

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'Cheers' to 'Abby's,' the newest bar show

Welcome to Abby's, where...everybody knows your name?

No, wait, that can't be right.

The newest show from executive producer Michael Schur (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” “The Good Place), about an illegal backyard bar in San Diego, looks a lot like “Cheers” — a group of friends, brought together by cheap...

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Business

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Europe Adopts Tough New Online Copyright Rules Over Tech Industry Protests

The strict copyright law will require Google and other technology companies to compensate musicians, authors and news publishers.
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Inside Google’s Rebooted Robotics Program

In 2013, the company started an ambitious, flashy effort to create robots. Now, its goals are more modest, but the technology is subtly more advanced.
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Hollywood Had Questions. Apple Didn’t Answer Them.

The event at the Steve Jobs Theater was heavy on star power and light on specifics. The Los Angeles crowd buzzed more about a new credit card than anything else.
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In Test of Boeing Jet, Pilots Had 40 Seconds to Fix Error

They had just moments to override an automated system and avert disaster in simulations of problems with the Lion Air plane that crashed last fall.
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Purdue Pharma and Sacklers Reach $270 Million Settlement in Opioid Lawsuit

The agreement, negotiated with the state of Oklahoma, will allow the maker of OxyContin to avoid a televised courtroom trial.
Published: Today

Science-Technology

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Pence Pledges American Astronauts Will Return to Moon by 2024

The vice president called for greater urgency at NASA, but how the Trump administration intends to accomplish an ambitious moon landing was not clear.
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ScienceTake: This Water Drop, It’s the Greatest Dancer

You've probably never seen water do this.
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A Colonial-Era Cemetery Resurfaces in Philadelphia

Remains buried in the First Baptist cemetery were believed to have been moved in 1860. But many coffins and bones were still there.
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Interior Nominee Intervened to Block Report on Endangered Species

While serving as deputy secretary, David Bernhardt, President Trump’s choice to lead the Interior Department, adopted a regulatory approach favored by the pesticide industry.
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Out There: When Sky & Telescope Had No Limit

A venerable astronomy magazine goes on the auction block, and a writer who grew up there reflects on its influence.
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Politics

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Democrats Pivot Hard to Health Care After Trump Moves to Strike Down Affordable Care Act

A Justice Department motion to invalidate the entire Affordable Care Act gave Democrats an opening to press their health care agenda and move beyond the Mueller report.
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House Fails to Override Trump’s Veto, Preserving National Emergency Order

The 248-to-181 vote fell short of the two-thirds majority needed, shifting the fight over the president’s emergency declaration to the courts.
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Inside Kamala Harris’s Small-Dollar Fund-Raising Operation

The California senator and 2020 presidential candidate had raised large sums for other Democrats. Now she’s deploying her formidable online following for herself.
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Trump and Republicans Seek to Turn the Tables in Post-Mueller Washington

President Trump and his allies went on the offensive, vowing to pursue those responsible for the Russia investigation. President Trump called some of them “treasonous.”
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Joe Biden Says He ‘Regrets’ Role in Anita Hill Hearing

Mr. Biden acknowledged the part he played in the 1991 Supreme Court hearings, reckoning with a part of his past that could be a vulnerability for his 2020 candidacy.
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