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Scotty Bowers, Who Wrote of Providing Sex to Stars, Dies at 96

His 2012 book, “Full Service,” told scandalous tales about Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy and countless others using his sexual referral business.

Philadelphia Shootings Kill Girl, 2, and Wound Boy, 11 Months, Police Say

No arrests have been made in the separate shootings, which happened on Saturday and Sunday, and left the boy in critical condition.

In Iowa, Amy Klobuchar Gets a Second Look After Debate

Mired in the polling doldrums, the Minnesota senator drew crowds and new donors after attacking Elizabeth Warren for a “pipe dream.”

$260 Million Opioid Settlement Reached at Last Minute With Big Drug Companies

The deal involves large pharmaceutical distributors and Teva, resolving cases that sought redress from the devastation caused by two decades of opioid abuse.

A Leader of Farmworkers, and Filipinos’ Place in American History

Monday: Shedding light on Larry Itliong. Also: The benefits of immigrants to cities, and withering criticism of PG&E.

Warren’s Education Plan Promises Billions for Low-Income Schools and Desegregation

The long-awaited proposal breaks from Obama-era Democratic priorities by critiquing charter schools and testing.

Former Head of Pimco Pleads Guilty in College Admissions Case

Douglas Hodge, the former head of Pimco, said, “I acted out of love for my children, but I know that this explanation for my actions is not an excuse.”

Trump’s Base Digs In Its Heels, Even as Support for Impeachment Grows

Republicans remain almost unanimously opposed to removing President Trump from office, leaving him with a loyal but shrinking core of supporters.

As Homelessness Surges in California, So Does a Backlash

Tent encampments across California are testing residents’ tolerance and compassion as street conditions deteriorate.

The Army Is Looking for a Few Good Art Experts

A new reserve unit, inspired by the Monuments Men of the World War II era, will aim to protect antiquities and important cultural sites in war zones.

‘Get Over It’? Why Political Influence in Foreign Policy Matters

Readers have asked The New York Times why asking another nation for help ahead of an election is such a serious issue. Here are some answers.

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