Alan Yu

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pages into the journal found in Dylann S. Roof’s car — after the assertions of black inferiority, the lamentations over white powerlessness,...

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CHARLESTON, S. C. — Seeming to abdicate one of his last chances to save his own life, the convicted killer Dylann S. Roof stood on Wednesday bef...

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CHARLESTON, S. C. — The federal trial to determine whether Dylann S. Roof will receive the death penalty for his murderous rampage at an churc...

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Ayatollah Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, a former president of Iran and a founder of the Islamic republic, who navigated the opaque shoals of his co...

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Alan Cowell

New York Times


The commander of a Brooklyn police precinct has apologized for remarks he made to the media and at a local community meeting last week in which he ...

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Alan Feuer

New York Times


WASHINGTON — The F. B. I. arrested the wife of the man who carried out a deadly terrorist attack in Orlando, Fla. and charged her with obstructi...

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On Wednesday, for the second time this month, someone called the Jewish community center outside Wilmington, Del. and said a bomb was on the proper...

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WASHINGTON — Steven T. Mnuchin, Donald J. Trump’s pick to be Treasury secretary, failed to disclose nearly $100 million of his assets on Senat...

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Alan Rappeport

New York Times


After eluding prosecution in the United States for decades and escaping from prison twice in Mexico, the crime lord Joaquín Guzmán Loera, better kn...

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WASHINGTON — Democrats continue their rigorous questioning of President Trump’s nominees for cabinet positions and other important posts. Here a...

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Now that Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the crime lord known as El Chapo, has been extradited from Mexico and has pleaded not guilty in Brooklyn to charges ...

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Alan Feuer

New York Times


PHILADELPHIA — President Trump’s decision to build a wall along the length of the United States’ southern border with Mexico erupted into a dipl...

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LaGRANGE, Ga. — Some people here had never heard about the lynching of Austin Callaway — about how, almost 77 years ago, he was dragged out o...

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WASHINGTON — A federal judge in Brooklyn came to the aid of scores of refugees and others who were trapped at airports across the United States ...

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WASHINGTON — Democrats on the Senate Finance Committee sought to stall the confirmations of Steven Mnuchin and Tom Price, President Trump’s pick...

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ATLANTA — As a young prosecutor in the late 1990s, Sally Q. Yates sat at a conference table with a former sheriff and began picking away at his ...

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Just minutes after a federal judge blocked part of President Trump’s immigration order on Saturday night, ruling that no one with a valid visa shou...

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Alan Feuer

New York Times


WASHINGTON — Andrew F. Puzder, who as President Trump’s pick to head the Labor Department has come under fire for criticizing worker protections...

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Alan Rappeport

New York Times


ATLANTA — What, exactly, do you do with a work of art, mythmaking and Civil War history that is longer than a football field, more than 40 fe...

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Alan Blinder

New York Times


HONG KONG — A commute in Hong Kong turned to panic Friday evening when a man ignited an incendiary device in a crowded subway train, filling t...

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Alan Wong

New York Times