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March 18, 2018

Cambridge Analytica, McCabe, F.I.U.: Your Weekend Briefing
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.... More >>

Asia and Australia Edition: Russia, North Korea, Xi Jinping: Your Monday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.... More >>

How Trump Consultants Exploited the Facebook Data of Millions
Cambridge Analytica harvested personal information from a huge swath of the electorate to develop techniques that were later used in the Trump campaign.... More >>

Data Firm Tied to Trump Campaign Talked Business With Russians
Cambridge Analytica, a company that developed technology to target voters, has denied having connections to Russia. But evidence suggests otherwise.... More >>

Trump Assails Mueller, Drawing Rebukes From Republicans
While President Trump had largely sought to avoid alienating the special counsel in recent months, he has shifted his tone in the past two days.... More >>

Trump Lawyer Says Special Counsel Inquiry Should Be Ended
The lawyer, John Dowd, said he was speaking on behalf of President Trump, only to backtrack shortly afterward and say he was speaking only for himself.... More >>

White House Memo: Trump and the Truth: A President Tests His Own Credibility
The president’s latest made-up statement renewed the question: When does he know the things he says are false and when is he simply misinformed?... More >>

‘Testilying’ — a Stubborn Police Problem
Police lying persists, even amid an explosion of video evidence that has allowed the public to test officers’ credibility.... More >>

Cinderella Story? It’s True for U.M.B.C. in Academics, Too
The university is known more for producing the most African-American students who go on to complete combined M.D.-Ph.D. programs than it is for turning out professional athletes.... More >>

After Historic Victory, U.M.B.C. Students Look Forward to the Next … Lab
It wasn’t exactly mass hysteria Saturday on the campus that wins chess championships the way Duke collects basketball ones. The model U.N. team is tough, too.... More >>

Nancy Pelosi Wants to Lead. House Democratic Candidates Aren’t So Sure.
Conor Lamb’s victory in Pennsylvania, with his vow to oppose Ms. Pelosi, has emboldened other moderate and liberal Democrats to distance themselves from her.... More >>

11 of Our Best Weekend Reads
Easter Island is eroding. Joan Baez on her next chapter. Should some species be allowed to die out? And more.... More >>

News Analysis: The Poison Putin Spreads
The long-serving Russian leader, who is about to be re-elected for a six-year term, has become a model for the modern autocrat.... More >>

Op-Ed Contributor: What the Dreamers Can Teach the Parkland Kids
From one activist to another: Trust your instincts, study your history and don’t read the comments.... More >>

Opinion: Stop Apologizing for Being Elite
The energy that elites spend being ashamed of their advantages would be better spent sharing the fruits of those advantages.... More >>

Op-Ed Columnist: A Parable of Self-Destruction
Easter Island’s demise is a lesson for the world.... More >>

Op-Ed Columnist: Democrats Are Primed for 2018 and Looking Pretty in 2020
Ignore naysayers. The party’s field of presidential contenders is chockablock with potential.... More >>

Gray Matter: In Praise of A.D.H.D.
The disorder can be an asset in our frenetic world.... More >>

News Analysis: Anti-Semitism Is Rising. Why Aren’t American Jews Speaking Up?
The leaders of major Jewish organizations have been focused on Israel, not the brewing storm in our own country.... More >>

Opinion: Don’t Run From Trump
The Republican Party has gotten where it is because of the president, not in spite of him.... More >>

On Campus: It’s Hard to Be Hungry on Spring Break
As they admit more poor students, colleges need to do a better job of serving them.... More >>

Syrian Rebels, Backed by Turkey, Seize Control of Afrin
The city in the Syrian enclave was the target of a two-month military operation against Kurdish militias. Tens of thousands of civilians evacuated as its fall neared.... More >>

Adrián Lamo, Hacker Who Reported Chelsea Manning to the F.B.I., Dies at 37
Mr. Lamo, who was also known for hacking into the computer network of The New York Times, was reviled and revered for turning in Ms. Manning to the authorities.... More >>

Britain Says It Has Proof Russia Stockpiled Lethal Nerve Agent
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Sunday that Russia has been researching military-grade nerve agents for use in assassinations. Russia denies it.... More >>

China to Name New Central Bank Chief as It Seeks Continuity Amid Change
The choice of Yi Gang almost guarantees stability in policy as China tries to slow its rise in debt while avoiding any sharp deceleration in economic growth.... More >>

North Korea-Sweden Talks Focus on ‘Peaceful Solution’ to Nuclear Conflict
The Swedish and North Korean foreign ministers concluded three days of talks, discussions which may help facilitate a meeting between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un.... More >>

Election in Russia Is Sure to Give Putin 6 More Years
Vladimir V. Putin’s popularity, and firm grip, will assure him a fourth term. The size of the turnout will be seen as the strength of Mr. Putin’s mandate.... More >>

Offshore Oil and Gas Operators Want Less Regulation, but Surprise Inspections Find Serious Safety Problems
Interior Department inspectors visited 40 platforms and drilling rigs in the Gulf of Mexico last week after an alert about “potentially catastrophic” crane accidents.... More >>

Embracing China, Facebook and Himself, Cambodia’s Ruler Digs In
Hun Sen, the longest-ruling leader in Asia, has turned his back on Western aid and tightened his grip on Cambodia, with the blessings of Beijing.... More >>

James Levine, a Fractured Partnership and a Met Opera Lawsuit
Mr. Levine, who was fired after accusations of sexual misconduct, claims that Peter Gelb, the Met’s general manager, had long wanted to force him out.... More >>

Surfacing: The World Is Changing. This Trappist Abbey Isn’t. Can It Last?
Meet the monks of Mepkin Abbey, a Trappist monastery in South Carolina, who are trying to maintain age-old religious traditions in a rapidly evolving world.... More >>

The Judge Will Hear Your 223,000 Excuses Now
Tales from the tiny offices where New Yorkers go to fight summonses for everything from unshoveled sidewalks to underheated hot dogs.... More >>

This Preacher Would Be Happy to Share Your Bowl of Açaí
Leader of the evangelical mecca Zoe Church in Los Angeles, Chad Veach wants to win friends and Instagram people. (Go ahead, pick the “Rise” filter!)... More >>

What to Pack for 36 Hours in Oaxaca
A vibrant art, food and cultural scene make Oaxaca an attractive destination. Before you go, pack these necessities to make the most of your stay.... More >>

Retiring: 7 Ways to Judge a Retirement Community’s Financial Health
Continuing care retirement communities promise lifetime care but ask for a lot of your money up front. Here are tips for figuring out if one is financially stable.... More >>

Playlist: The Playlist: Pearl Jam Kicks Up a Fury, and 9 More New Songs
Hear the week's 10 most notable new tracks from Willie Nelson, Meshell Ndegeocello, John Zorn and more.... More >>

‘S.N.L.’ Takes Aim at Betsy DeVos, Jeff Sessions and Rex Tillerson
In an episode hosted by Bill Hader, “Saturday Night Live” addressed what has felt like round-the-clock firings and turmoil in the Trump administration.... More >>

A Word With: Bill Hader Kills With More Than Just Kindness on His New HBO Show
Mr. Hader, the “Saturday Night Live” alumnus, talks about taking on the unlikely role of a hit man in his new HBO comedy series, “Barry.”... More >>

Spirits of The Times: Does Blended Scotch Still Have a Place in the Modern Bar?
This category outsells single malts, but it’s in decline and is seeking a role beyond legacy drinkers and cocktails.... More >>

Review: As James Levine Sues, the Met Opera Opens a New ‘Così’
A Mozart staging set in 1950s Coney Island had its premiere days after Mr. Levine was fired when an investigation found evidence of sexual misconduct.... More >>

Matter: What’s Behind Many Mystery Ailments? Genetic Mutations, Study Finds
An examination of 20,000 patients finds that more than 800 may have genetic conditions.... More >>

The Price French Bulldogs Pay for Being So Cute
Their health problems are a human creation.... More >>

Trilobites: ‘Rewilding’ Missing Carnivores May Help Restore Some Landscapes
The cascade of ecological benefits that followed the return of wolves to Yellowstone National Park and Idaho suggests opportunities for similar efforts around the planet.... More >>

Trilobites: In Search of the Perfect Hair Dye
A study by Northwestern researchers reports that a form of graphene can be used as a less harmful hair color.... More >>

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