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The Lawyer Behind the Memo on How Trump Could Stay in Office

The Lawyer Behind the Memo on How Trump Could Stay in Office

By Michael S. Schmidt and Maggie Haberman

John Eastman was a little-known but respected conservative lawyer. Then he became influential with Donald Trump — and counseled him on how to retain power after losing the election.

Biden Throws In With Left, Leaving His Agenda in Doubt

Biden Throws In With Left, Leaving His Agenda in Doubt

By Jonathan Martin and Jonathan Weisman

Progressives flexed, but remain empty-handed. Moderates feel betrayed. The outcome of their battle could determine Democrats' fate in the midterms and the success of the Biden presidency.

Housing Boss Earns $1 Million to Run Shelters Despite a Troubled Past

Housing Boss Earns $1 Million to Run Shelters Despite a Troubled Past

By Amy Julia Harris

Some executives at nonprofit groups that operate New York City homeless shelters are benefiting from the plight of the people they serve.

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An Erotica Pioneer Goes From Hero to Villain for Dozens of Authors

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An Erotica Pioneer Goes From Hero to Villain for Dozens of Authors

By Alexandra Alter

In the constantly evolving romance landscape, Blushing Books has long occupied a specific niche: spanking erotica. Now some of its most successful writers just want their books back.

Jan. 6 Was Worse Than We Knew

Opinion | The Editorial Board

Jan. 6 Was Worse Than We Knew

By The Editorial Board

The Electoral Count Act needs to be fixed.

Today's Videos

Demonstrators March for Abortion Rights

Video Video: Demonstrators March for Abortion Rights

By The Associated Press and Storyful

Thousands participated across the United States in the fifth annual Women's March, specifically focused on abortion rights.

Philippines President Announces Retirement

Video Video: Philippines President Announces Retirement

By The Associated Press

President Rodrigo Duterte said he would retire from politics and not run for vice president next year, but gave no indication on when he would step down.

'The Many Saints of Newark' | Anatomy of a Scene

Video Video: 'The Many Saints of Newark' | Anatomy of a Scene

By Mekado Murphy

Alan Taylor narrates a sequence from the film featuring Alessandro Nivola as Dickie Moltisanti and William Ludwig as a young Tony Soprano.

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