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Comedian Going to White House Correspondents’ Dinner. What About Trump?

Comedian Going to White House Correspondents’ Dinner. What About Trump?

Michelle Wolf performing in New York. She has signed a deal with Netflix to develop a weekly late-night talk show.

JPMorgan ‘Seriously Breached’ Money-Laundering Rules, Swiss Regulator Says

JPMorgan ‘Seriously Breached’ Money-Laundering Rules, Swiss Regulator Says

Swiss financial regulators are placing a monitor inside JP Morgan Chase to review its anti-money laundering efforts.

Bank of America Executive Departs After Misconduct Claim

Bank of America Executive Departs After Misconduct Claim

Omeed Malik, who last week left his job as a managing director at Bank of America, in 2010.

How an Affair Between a Reporter and a Security Aide Has Rattled Washington Media

How an Affair Between a Reporter and a Security Aide Has Rattled Washington Media

The Hart Senate Office Building, home of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Google Capital Ventures Into Public Companies With Care.com

Google Capital Ventures Into Public Companies With Care.com

Sheila Lirio Marcelo is founder and C.E.O. of Care.com, which helps people find health care, child care and other services.

Ads for American Airlines Seek ‘Great’ Results

Ads for American Airlines Seek ‘Great’ Results

An American Airlines ad for the New York market, part of a new campaign with the theme "Going for great."

‘Star Wars’ Opens Amid Hype and Nostalgia

‘Star Wars’ Opens Amid Hype and Nostalgia

Waiting for the beginning of the movie at the Ziegfeld Theater in Manhattan were, from left, David Thompson, 10, Marc Thompson, 41, and Josh Thompson, 12.

The Journey of the ‘Sex Cult’ Heiress: From Reluctant Recruit to Criminal Defendant

The Journey of the ‘Sex Cult’ Heiress: From Reluctant Recruit to Criminal Defendant

Clare Bronfman outside federal court in Brooklyn last month. An heiress to the Seagram liquor fortune, she is charged with conspiracy and criminal racketeering.

Amsale Aberra, Trendsetting Bridal Gown Designer, Is Dead at 64

Amsale Aberra, Trendsetting Bridal Gown Designer, Is Dead at 64

Amsale Aberra, an Ethiopian-American fashion designer and entrepreneur who is credited with shaping the modern American wedding dress.

With Jobs to Fill, Businesses Play the Visa Lottery

With Jobs to Fill, Businesses Play the Visa Lottery

Jose Vera Ramirez is among the immigrant seasonal workers employed by Phil Steinhauer’s landscaping company in Centennial, Colo. Businesses were chosen by lottery to be able to hire workers under the H-2B visa program.

Vice Media Places Two Executives on Leave

Vice Media Places Two Executives on Leave

Vice Media’s offices in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Kushner’s Firm Deepens Ties to Those With Business in Washington

Kushner’s Firm Deepens Ties to Those With Business in Washington

Jared Kushner, President Trump’s senior adviser and son-in-law, boarding Air Force One this month. A company that is investing $700 million in the Manhattan tower of Kushner Companies is also seeking federal approval of its acquisition of Westinghouse Electric.

The Guardian, Britain’s Left-Wing News Power, Goes Tabloid

The Guardian, Britain’s Left-Wing News Power, Goes Tabloid

The redesigned Guardian, right, next to an issue with the old design.

Suzanne Scott Named First Female Chief Executive of Fox News

Suzanne Scott Named First Female Chief Executive of Fox News

Suzanne Scott, left, who joined Fox News at its inception in 1996, has been named chief executive of Fox News. She is shown, in 2014, with the model Carol Alt and Bill Shine, a former co-president of the network who was forced out in 2017.

Alcoa Requests Reprieve From Trump’s Aluminum Tariffs

Alcoa Requests Reprieve From Trump’s Aluminum Tariffs

Alcoa has asked the Commerce Department for an exemption from the administration’s aluminum tariffs. The company imports some aluminum from its Canadian facilities.


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