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Menace Enters the Republican Mainstream
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Bannon Indicted on Contempt Charges Over House's Capitol Riot Inquiry

Bannon Indicted on Contempt Charges Over House's Capitol Riot Inquiry

By Katie Benner and Luke Broadwater

Stephen K. Bannon, a former top aide to Donald Trump, had refused to comply with subpoenas from the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on Congress.

Menace Enters the Republican Mainstream

Menace Enters the Republican Mainstream

By Lisa Lerer and Astead W. Herndon

Threats of violence have become commonplace among a significant part of the party, as historians and those who study democracy warn of a dark shift in American politics.

Judge Ends Conservatorship Overseeing Britney Spears's Life and Finances

Judge Ends Conservatorship Overseeing Britney Spears's Life and Finances

By Joe Coscarelli and Julia Jacobs

The pop star had called the arrangement, which governed her life for nearly 14 years, exploitative. A judge ruled it was "no longer required."

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A Nike Executive Told of Once Killing a Man. Here's What He Left Out.

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A Nike Executive Told of Once Killing a Man. Here's What He Left Out.

By Jeré Longman, Kevin Draper and Kriston Jae Bethel

Larry Miller has written a book revealing that at age 16, in 1965, he murdered someone. The disclosure blindsided the family of the victim, whose name he never mentioned.

Opinion | Guest Essay

You Are the Object of a Secret Extraction Operation

By Shoshana Zuboff

Ending data extraction is the key to ending surveillance capitalism.

Today's Videos

Fans Rejoice as They Learn Spears's Conservatorship Has Ended

Video Video: Fans Rejoice as They Learn Spears's Conservatorship Has Ended

By The Associated Press

Hundreds of #FreeBritney supporters cheered and danced outside Los Angeles Superior Court.

Flooding in Oregon Prompts Evacuations

Video Video: Flooding in Oregon Prompts Evacuations

By Storyful

Prolonged rain in most of Oregon and southern Washington State caused severe flooding in the region, prompting a rescue of 20 people who were stranded in a recreational vehicle park near the Oregon coast.

De Klerk Apologizes for Apartheid in Posthumous Video

Video Video: De Klerk Apologizes for Apartheid in Posthumous Video

By Reuters

F.W. de Klerk, South Africa's last white president, apologized for his past statements on apartheid, which had angered some people who still live with the legacy of its injustices, in a posthumous video. Mr. de Klerk had helped dismantle the apartheid system as the president.

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