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Sheila Link, Sportswoman and Firearms Writer, Dies at 94

A former New Jersey music major, she hunted, camped and shared her adventures and advice as an author and a columnist for Women & Guns magazine.

Cecil Taylor, Pianist Who Defied Jazz Orthodoxy, Is Dead at 89

An uncompromising artist, Mr. Taylor argued against reductive definitions of what a musician of his training and background could or should do.

Trump Administration Imposes New Sanctions on Putin Cronies

The Trump administration, carrying out sanctions pressed by Congress for election interference, announced new penalties against Russia’s richest men.

Pompeo and Bolton Nominations Raise Alarm Over Ties to Anti-Islam Groups

Mike Pompeo is President Trump’s pick to be the next secretary of state, and John R. Bolton is the choice for national security adviser. Civil rights groups are concerned.

Trump Will Once Again Skip the White House Correspondents Dinner

The White House announced on Friday that for the second year in a row, President Trump will skip the White House Correspondents Association Dinner.

California Today: California Today: Villaraigosa on Not Backing Impeachment (Yet)

Friday: California vs. Trump, the Stephon Clark shooting, the Good Witch house is for sale, and a Brown birthday.

Trump Cites Aluminum Prices in Defense of Trade Policies

President Trump launched into a new defense of his pugnacious trade policies on Friday, pointing to the falling price of aluminum to deny harm to consumers.

Thousands of Indian Women Find Their American Dreams in Jeopardy

Spouses of skilled workers from India have been told that their work permits, which can mean the difference between struggling and thriving, are likely to be revoked.

What Are H-1B Visas, and Do They Hurt American Workers?

President Trump says foreign workers on H-1B visas take jobs away from Americans. Employers say they fill a labor shortage. Who’s right?

Bernie Sanders Courts Black Voters Anew. But an Obama Reference Stings.

The Vermont senator, who drew slim support from African-Americans in his 2016 presidential bid, is now trying to fix that vulnerability as he considers another run in 2020.

Fact Check: At West Virginia Event, Some of Trump’s Facts Don’t Add Up

The president raised the issue of rape against immigrants and further confused facts on tax overhaul, the trade deficit with China and voter fraud.

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