Christine Hauser, The New York Times

Christine Hauser

The New York Times

Newark, NJ, United States

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Women Who Accused Harvey Weinstein Hail Guilty Verdict

Ashley Judd and Asia Argento were among the women, public figures and activists who celebrated a jury’s verdict that Harvey Weinstein was guilty on two counts. → Read More

Snoop Dogg Apologizes After Criticizing Gayle King Over Kobe Bryant Questions

“I should have handled it way different than that,” Snoop Dogg said on Instagram. Last week he unleashed an angry response to an interview that touched on a 2003 sexual assault accusation against Mr. Bryant. → Read More

Fine for Screening ‘The Lion King’ at a Fund-Raiser? A Third of the Take

Two months after a Berkeley, Calif., elementary school showed a privately owned DVD of the film at a movie night, a licensing representative for Disney told the school to pay a $250 fee. → Read More

Two Dead in Explosion at Houston Plant

A blast woke Houston residents from sleep in the early hours of Friday morning, shattering windows and scattering debris. → Read More

U.S. Plan Would Ban All Service Animals From Planes Except Dogs

The Department of Transportation is proposing new rules that would make it harder to fly with an emotional support animal. → Read More

Kansas City Shooting Leaves 2 Dead and at Least 15 Wounded

Hours after the Kansas City Chiefs clinched a spot in the Super Bowl, shots erupted outside a club near the stadium. → Read More

Franklin College President Is Fired After Arrest on Suspicion of Sex Crimes

Thomas J. Minar was arrested this month in Wisconsin on suspicion of sex crimes involving children, a prosecutor said. He has been released on bond. → Read More

How’s Your Internship Going? This Teen Found a Planet

Wolf Cukier, 17, was analyzing brightness of stars during an internship with NASA last year when he made the discovery. → Read More

Jacob Wohl Is Charged With a Felony in California

Mr. Wohl, 21, a conservative operative who has promoted politically motivated conspiracy theories, was charged with selling an unregistered security. → Read More

Safety Tips for Coping With the Heat Wave

Heat becomes dangerous if it lingers for a number of consecutive days, said a lead forecaster at the Weather Prediction Center. → Read More

An Armored Truck Spilled Thousands of Dollars on an Atlanta Highway. What Would You Do?

More than a dozen drivers pulled over to scoop up some of an estimated $175,000 that blew out of a Garda truck on Interstate 285, the authorities said. They are asking for it to be returned. → Read More

A Man Began to Drown in Italy. Luckily, an Ex-Olympic Swimmer Was Nearby.

The drowning man had the good fortune of being on the same beach as Filippo Magnini, 37, an Olympic bronze medalist and a former world champion. → Read More

Mississippi Closes Beaches Because of Toxic Algae Blooms

Heavy rains in the Midwest have sent a surge of freshwater into the Gulf of Mexico, leading to blooms of harmful algae along the state’s coast. → Read More

Utah Family Sues After Son With Diabetes Is Kept From School

The school district placed the boy on “home and hospital status,” denying him “his right to attend school with his non-diabetic peers,” the lawsuit says. → Read More

Etika, a YouTube Personality, Is Mourned by Fans

The 29-year-old’s death highlighted the way that social media networks handle posts by users who are struggling with mental illness. → Read More

Texas Is Latest State to Pump the Brakes on Red-Light Cameras

Gov. Greg Abbott signed a law this month that bans the cameras. It takes effect in September, but police departments have already started dismantling the devices. → Read More

Those Tiny Hotel Toiletry Bottles Are on Their Way Out

A bill in California would force hotels to get rid of single-use shampoo and soap bottles to keep plastic waste down. → Read More

Maine Just Banned Native American Mascots. Where Else Are Such Efforts Underway?

Professional sports teams and big college sports programs have often resisted calls to rethink their names and logos. But at local levels, lawmakers have had more success. → Read More

Arizona Students Protest Border Patrol Detention of Classmate

More than 100 classmates called for the release of Thomas Torres-Maytorena, 18, who was detained last week after the authorities say he “indicated” he had an “overstayed visa.” → Read More

A Lost World War II Airman Lived On in Letters. Now He Has Been Found.

The remains of Staff Sgt. Vincent J. Rogers Jr., 21, were recently identified, officials said this week. His letters have been the focus of an exhibit in a California museum since 2010. → Read More