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How Sexual Assault Allegations Have Divided Mexico’s Governing Party

Eventually, the woman went to the state’s attorney general at the time, Xavier Oléa.Oléa said the woman handed over the photos that Mr.Salgado sent her of the rape and text messages in which he th

6 Dr. Seuss Books Will No Longer Be Published Over Offensive Images

Seuss books will no longer be published because of their use of offensive imagery, according to the business that oversees the estate of the children’s author and illustrator.Seuss Enterprises said

In Their Own Words: Why Experts Say Elementary Schools Should Open

Scientists and doctors who study infectious disease in children largely agreed, in a recent New York Times survey about school openings, that elementary school students should be able to attend in-per

Vernon Jordan, Civil Rights Activist and D.C. Power Broker, Dies at 85

Vernon Jordan, the civil rights activist and Washington power broker whose private counsel was sought both by the powerful at the top levels of government and those in the corporate world, died on Mon

New Technique Reveals Centuries of Secrets in Locked Letters

The old letters were protected from prying eyes when the sheets of writing paper were carefully folded to become their own secure enclosures.The first step of their digital opening is to scan a target

The Future of Voting Rights

Want to get The Morning by email? Here’s the sign-up.In dozens of states, the Republican Party has responded to Donald Trump’s defeat by trying to change election laws, often to make voting more d

A Year After New York’s First Covid-19 Case, Cuomo Lies Low

Weather: A frigid blast of wind it will make it feel like the teens despite a high in the mid-30s.In the following months, the virus surged in New York City, which became a center of the pandemic, and

Hundreds of Girls Abducted From Nigerian School Are Freed, Official Says

More than 300 girls who were abducted last week from their boarding school in Nigeria by a group of armed men have been released, a local official said on Tuesday, the second time in less than a week

Leader of Texas Utility Regulator Resigns After Extensive Storm Outages

HOUSTON — The chairwoman of Texas’ utility regulator resigned on Monday in response to a growing bipartisan backlash over widespread power outages during one of the worst winter storms there in a

At This Year’s Golden Globes, You Had to (Not) Be There

With the 2021 Golden Globe Awards, there is now one more way in which the stars are just like us.Immediately after Laura Dern announced Daniel Kaluuya as best motion-picture supporting actor, the nigh