Christine Hauser, The New York Times

Christine Hauser

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Newark, NJ, United States

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Judge Allows Part of Lawsuit by Tulsa Massacre Survivors Seeking Reparations

Three survivors of the 1921 massacre have sued the city of Tulsa, the county sheriff and other defendants over the attack, in which a white mob killed hundreds of Black residents. → Read More

Larry Nassar Abuse Case: 13 Victims Seek $10 Million Each From F.B.I.

A lawyer for the athletes said the F.B.I. mishandled reports and evidence that could have prevented Lawrence G. Nassar, who is now in prison, from abusing others. → Read More

Murderer Pardoned by Kentucky’s Former Governor Is Sentenced Again

Patrick Baker’s family hosted a fund-raiser for the former governor, Matt Bevin, before he was pardoned in 2019. He was convicted by a federal jury this summer and sentenced to 42 years in prison. → Read More

High Winds Tear Across Great Plains and Midwest: Live Updates

The storms kicked up dust clouds, forced the brief evacuation of air traffic controllers in Kansas City, and knocked out power to hundreds of thousands of people. Forecasters issued tornado watches for several states, but no deaths or widespread damage were immediately reported. → Read More

Former Professor Is Indicted in ‘Arson Spree’ in California

Prosecutors say Gary Stephen Maynard set four fires this summer as one of the largest wildfires in California history raged nearby. → Read More

Evacuations in British Columbia Continue After Flooding and Mudslides

Heavy rainfall and overflowing rivers have inundated cities in the Canadian province. The mayor of Abbotsford warned of an “uncertain and scary time” as residents took shelter in a convention center. → Read More

U.S. Issues First Passport With ‘X’ Gender Marker

The country’s first gender-neutral passport was issued to Dana Zzyym, an intersex military veteran who sued the State Department in 2015, according to Lambda Legal. → Read More

At Least 4 Dead in Alabama After Heavy Rains Flood the State

A child and three adults drowned in vehicles submerged in deep water after creeks swelled in the northeast and central counties, officials said. → Read More

Pope Urges Clemency for Missouri Death Row Prisoner

Ernest L. Johnson, 61, is scheduled to be executed on Tuesday for killing three convenience store employees during a robbery in 1994. Supporters say his intellectual disabilities make the execution unconstitutional. → Read More

Gunman in Capital Gazette Shooting Is Sentenced to Multiple Life Terms

Jarrod W. Ramos had pleaded guilty to murder charges in one of the deadliest attacks on American journalists. In July, a jury found him criminally responsible for the 2018 shooting in Maryland’s capital. → Read More

John Hinckley Jr., Who Tried to Kill Reagan, Will Be Free in June

Mr. Hinckley, 66, who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan in 1981, will be “untethered to the court” next year after a judge’s ruling on Monday, his lawyer said. → Read More

Supermodel Linda Evangelista Says Cosmetic Procedure Left Her ‘Disfigured’

The ’90s-era supermodel said side effects from a fat-freezing procedure caused her to become depressed and turned her into a recluse after “not looking like myself any longer.” → Read More

Sequoias Are Being Wrapped in Foil Blankets to Protect Against Wildfires

At least two wildfire complexes are threatening some of the giant sequoia groves in Central California. → Read More

More ‘Murder Hornets’ Are Being Found and Destroyed

Officials hunting the Asian giant hornet in Washington State have so far destroyed three nests, and plan to eradicate a fourth — very carefully. → Read More

As Schools Reopen, Districts Are Desperate for Bus Drivers

School officials are getting creative, offering bonuses and other incentives to address a driver shortage that the pandemic made worse. → Read More

Get a Covid-19 Vaccine or Face Prison, Judges Order in Probation Cases

At least two judges in Ohio have made receiving Covid-19 vaccinations a condition of probation. While judges have leeway in setting such rules, it’s a murky area, experts said. → Read More

Texas High School Principal Sees Racism in Calls to Remove Intimate Photos

James Whitfield, a Black educator, said he was asked by his school district in 2019 to remove Facebook photos of himself and his wife, who is white, embracing on a beach. → Read More

Extreme heat bakes the Northern Rockies as wildfires rage in the West.

The soaring temperatures have made wildfire season particularly dangerous. → Read More

U.S. to Search Former Native American Schools for Children’s Remains

Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland announced a new initiative that would delve into the records of the federal schools to which Native American children were forcibly relocated for 150 years. → Read More

Football Coach Is Replaced After He Forced Student to Eat Pork, Lawyer Says

An Ohio city school board voted not to renew the contract of a high school head coach after he and others forced a student to eat pepperoni despite his religious beliefs, a lawyer for the boy’s family said. → Read More