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N.S.A. Triples Collection of Data From U.S. Phone Companies

The increase could be attributable to how phone companies keep records, an N.S.A. official said, adding that the agency has not changed how it collects data.

Fact Check of the Day: Trump Exaggerates Mueller Team’s Ties to Obama and Democrats

President Trump claimed “all these investigators” are Democrats — an overstatement — and incorrectly said that Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, served under President Obama for eight years.

How the N.R.A. Fought Gun Control After Parkland

After the shooting at a high school in Parkland, Fla., that killed 17 people, the N.R.A. used its political clout and a powerful P.R. campaign to fight gun reform efforts.

Connecticut Court Reverses Murder Conviction of Michael Skakel

Mr. Skakel, a relative of the Kennedy family, was found guilty of killing a neighbor with a golf club in 1975. His conviction was later overturned, and then reinstated.

As Winter Warms, Bears Can’t Sleep. And They’re Getting Into Trouble.

American black bears are not always hibernating when they should be. Sometimes, they go in search of humans’ food, and that’s an even bigger problem.

Tough Choices, and Criticism, for Emily’s List as Democratic Women Flood Primaries

For Democratic women, no endorsement is as powerful as one from the fund-raising juggernaut. But with so many female candidates, the group is forced to pick between them.

Viktor Vekselberg, Russian Billionaire, Was Questioned by Mueller’s Investigators

Mr. Vekselberg is one of seven Russian oligarchs who were targeted by American sanctions as punishment for Moscow’s election interference.

Renewing Bond With the N.R.A., Trump Appeals for Help in the Midterms

Mr. Trump left little doubt about his political allegiance at the N.R.A.’s annual convention in Texas, which came after a season of tumult in the national debate over gun violence.

Ohio State Investigates Sexual Misconduct Complaints Against Former Team Doctor

Dr. Richard H. Strauss, who died in 2005, is the subject of decades-old accusations from men once in the wrestling, hockey, swimming and other programs.

Miami Police Officer Is Suspended After Kicking Handcuffed Man in Head

The police chief described the officer’s actions, which were captured on video, as “a clear violation of policy.” “I was disgusted by it,” the mayor said.

Drug Arrests at Immigration Checkpoint Violated Constitution, New Hampshire Court Finds

The New Hampshire state court said drug searches by federal and local authorities at a checkpoint 90 miles from the U.S. border violated state and federal laws.

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