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V.A. Medical System Staggers as Chaos Engulfs Its Leadership

The Veterans Affairs Department, which has been working to streamline private care, is frozen and bleeding talent amid a leadership vacuum in Washington.

With Emmett Till Reference, Camille Cosby Invokes Oft-Used Cultural Touchstone

Bill Cosby’s wife is one of many public figures who have used Till’s horrific killing as a synonym for injustice, sometimes in ways that stir up their own kind of anger.

Art Dealer Pleads Guilty in Multimillion-Dollar Fraud Case

Ezra Chowaiki, a former gallery president, pleaded guilty to a count of wire fraud and was ordered to forfeit more than $16.6 million.

Gender Letter: Remembering New York City’s First Female Cab Driver

In this week’s Gender Letter, the debate over Michelle Wolf, new accusations against Charlie Rose, and the remarkable woman who drove a city cab

Trump Administration Ends Protected Status for Thousands of Hondurans

The Trump administration will rescind temporary protected status for an estimated 86,000 Hondurans who have been allowed to live and work in the U.S. since 1999.

Transcript of Trump’s Remarks on Giuliani and Stormy Daniels, and Korea

Here is a transcript of those comments, as prepared by the White House.

Trump Undercuts Giuliani About Payments to Stormy Daniels

“He’s a great guy,” Mr. Trump said of Mr. Giuliani. “He’ll get his facts straight.”

The N.R.A. Is in Dallas, and No, You Don’t Have to Check Your Gun at the Door

Can N.R.A. members bring their personal guns to the group’s annual convention? The answer, like everything else in the gun debate, is complicated.

Dispatched by the Trump Administration, a Federal Agent Is Shot on the Streets of Chicago

The A.T.F. agent was working alongside members of the Chicago Police Department when he was critically wounded in a neighborhood on the city’s South Side.

California Today: California Today: Xavier Becerra on California vs. Trump

Friday: The attorney general on the state’s legal actions, Tesla stocks fall after Elon Musk’s comments, and NASA’s first planetary launch from California.

Their Ancestors Were on Opposite Sides of a Lynching. Now, They’re Friends.

Two women from the Deep South — one black, one white — have struck up an unlikely friendship because of their ties to a killing that took place in 1912.

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