âNo Vacanciesâ for Blacks: How Donald Trump Got His Start, and Was First Accused of Bias
As Mr. Trump assumed an increasing role in his fatherâs business, the companyâs practice of turning away potential black tenants was painstakingly documented.
Applying for Housing at a Trump Property in the '60s
In the 1960s, Mae Wiggins and her friend Maxine Brown applied for housing at the Wilshire Apartments in the Jamaica Estates neighborhood of Queens, N.Y. Ms. Wiggins recalled her experience.
Breitbart Rises From Outlier to Potent Voice in Campaign
The renegade opinion and news site, once a curiosity of the fringe right wing, is now an increasingly powerful voice for millions of disaffected conservatives.
Donald Trump Links Death of Dwyane Wadeâs Cousin to His Campaign for Black Support
Mr. Trump did not initially offer condolences in his Twitter message, but instead linked the death to his effort to win support from African-American voters.
As Donald Trump Repels Minority Voters, G.O.P. Fears Its Future in the West
Republicans are concerned that Mr. Trump is accelerating the broader population shifts that threaten the partyâs standing in Western states.
The Run-Up: The Hidden Influence of Clinton and Trumpâs Religion
Many Americans see them as unreligious, but faith has profoundly molded the identity of Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump. We explore how.
University of Chicago Strikes Back Against Campus Political Correctness
A letter to incoming freshmen professed no support for âtrigger warningsâ or limits on what kinds of speech should be condoned on campus.
The Interpreter: Syriaâs Paradox: Why the War Only Ever Seems to Get Worse
Experts on civil wars say there are several reasons Syria is âa really, really tough caseâ that defies historical parallels.
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SEAL Team 6 and a Man Left for Dead: A Grainy Picture of Valor
An airman with the unit is being considered for the Medal of Honor after new video analysis suggested that he fought alone bravely in a 2002 battle on an Afghan peak.
Well: Can High-Intensity Exercise Help Me Lose Weight? And Other Questions, Answered
Which is better: high-intensity exercise or moderate endurance exercise? Do you have to cycle to get the benefits? Answers to your questions about the one-minute workout.
The Complex Math Behind Spiraling Prescription Drug Prices
How much Americans pay at the pharmacy depends on a complicated system of list prices, discounts, fees and deductibles, with the sickest often paying the most.
U.S. Open Special: The Electric, Infuriating Nick Kyrgios
He might be the most entertaining tennis player since John McEnroe. Too bad heâd rather be playing basketball.
Venus Williams, Off the Court
At 36, Venus Williams is balancing a still-vibrant tennis career and her athletic-wear and interior design businesses.
Williams and Djokovic Sit Atop U.S. Open Draw, With Injuries Sharing Spotlight
Williams is recovering from a sore shoulder; Djokovic is nursing a wrist injury. Both are the top-seeded players at the tournament.
MÃ³nica Puig, Puerto Ricoâs Favorite Daughter (and Only Gold Medalist)
In the span of a week, Puig went from a little-known tennis player to a hero, with the islandâs first gold medal around her neck at age 22.
Memo From France: From Bikinis to Burkinis, Regulating What Women Wear
What is it about womenâs swimwear and general attire that over and over has impelled societies to legislate or regulate womenâs choices?
âIsnât It Also Against Her Freedom of Choice?â
Our top 10 comments of the week: Readers discuss âburkiniâ bans, the devastation from the Italian earthquake, the EpiPen price surge and more.
What University of Texas Campus Is Saying About Concealed Guns
While many professors and students worry that guns in classrooms will frighten people and discourage free expression, supporters of a new state law counter that the right to bear arms must not be restricted.
Bangladesh Police Kill Man Suspected of Planning Dhaka Bakery Attack
Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury, a Canadian citizen, was believed to have organized the July assault on the Holey Artisan Bakery, which left 22 dead.
Man Arrested in Shocking Killings of 2 Mississippi Nuns
A man suspected in the slayings of two nuns found dead in their Mississippi home has been arrested and charged with capital murder in the shocking killing that rocked the small town communities where the women served, authorities said.
Quake Exposes Italyâs Challenge to Retrofit Its Architecture
This weekâs death and destruction was amplified by the lack of anti-seismic codes that are too costly, too complicated and too cumbersome to approve.
A Cheaper Airbag, and Takataâs Road to a Deadly Crisis
Automakers embraced Takataâs cheaper technology almost 20 years ago despite signs that it was unsafe. The airbags are now at the center of the auto industryâs biggest recall.
New Routine at La Guardia: Just Drop Your Bags at the Highway
An ambitious eight-year reconstruction of the airport is just starting, but travelers are already suffering traffic jams and long walks to terminals.
G.E., the 124-Year-Old Software Start-Up
The industrial giant is investing big in an effort to adopt the nimble habits and digital wizardry of Silicon Valley. And, its C.E.O. says, there is no Plan B.
Max Ritvo, Poet Who Chronicled His Cancer Fight, Dies at 25
The writer talked about his work and illness on radio, and had his poetry published in The New Yorker and elsewhere.
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