Liam Stack, The New York Times

Liam Stack

The New York Times

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Liam:

‘Most Visible Jews’ Fear Being Targets as Anti-Semitism Rises

More than half of the hate crimes in New York City last year were attacks on Jewish people. Orthodox Jews are particularly at risk. → Read More

‘Most Visible Jews’ Fear Being Targets as Anti-Semitism Rises

More than half of the hate crimes in New York City last year were attacks on Jewish people. Orthodox Jews are particularly at risk. → Read More

One Carnival Cruise Ship Hits Another, Injuring 6

The Carnival Glory crashed into the Carnival Legend while “maneuvering to dock” in Cozumel, Mexico, a spokeswoman for the cruise line said. → Read More

J.K. Rowling Criticized After Tweeting Support for Anti-Transgender Researcher

Ms. Rowling expressed support for a researcher whose views on transgender people were condemned by a court on Wednesday as “incompatible with human dignity.” → Read More

Tennessee Sheriff’s Deputy Indicted on 44 Criminal Charges

Daniel Wilkey, who was charged on Tuesday with rape, extortion, stalking and assault, has previously been accused in lawsuits of false imprisonment, child molestation and forced baptism. → Read More

Britt McHenry Sues Fox News, Saying Tyrus Sexually Harassed Her

The Fox Nation host accused her former co-host Tyrus, whose real name is George Murdoch, of sexual harassment and said that Fox News failed to respond appropriately to her claims. → Read More

D.C. Fontana, First Female ‘Star Trek’ Writer, Dies at 80

Ms. Fontana, who was part of the “Star Trek” universe from its early days, was best known for her work on Spock, the half-human, half-Vulcan Starfleet officer portrayed by Leonard Nimoy. → Read More

Trump Says U.S. Will Designate Drug Cartels in Mexico as Terrorist Groups

The comments, made in an interview with the former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, came three weeks after nine American citizens, including six children, were killed in Mexico. → Read More

Calgary Flames Investigating Coach Over Allegation He Used Racial Slurs

The National Hockey League said it was also looking into a player’s allegations that a decade ago, the coach, Bill Peters, had targeted him with racist language. → Read More

What We Know About the California School Shooting

A gunman killed two people and injured three others at a high school in Santa Clarita, Calif., before shooting himself. Here is what we know about the shooting, the gunman and the victims. → Read More

NASA Renames Object After Uproar Over Old Name’s Nazi Connotations

Scientists said an object four billion miles from Earth would be given a Native American name: Arrokoth. Its previous, informal name, Ultima Thule, had links to the Third Reich. → Read More

Ronald Lafferty, Mormon Cult Leader on Death Row, Dies at 78

Excommunicated from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and convicted of two brutal killings chronicled in the book “Under the Banner of Heaven,” he died of natural causes. → Read More

False Hijacking Alarm Throws Amsterdam Airport Into Chaos

No, Air Europa Flight UX1094 was not hijacked, an apologetic airline said. → Read More

American White Nationalist Is Arrested in Norway

Greg Johnson, a white nationalist writer, was deported from Norway on Monday. In 2012, he expressed “respect” for Anders Behring Breivik, a far-right extremist who killed 77 people in 2011. → Read More

Tippecanoe and a Sword Caper, Too

A sword said to have belonged to President William Henry Harrison was stolen in 1979. Last month, the sword — or one that looks like it — was found at an auction in Connecticut. → Read More

Update Complete: U.S. Nuclear Weapons No Longer Need Floppy Disks

The Defense Department has transitioned away from a 1970s-era nuclear command and control system that relied on eight-inch floppy disks. The “modernizing” effort was quietly completed in June. → Read More

Muslim Student Athlete Disqualified From Race for Wearing Hijab

Noor Alexandria Abukaram, 16, was disqualified from a high school cross-country race in Ohio because she did not have permission to run in her hijab. Officials said the rule might change. → Read More

High School Student in Santa Rosa Shot Schoolmate, Then Went to Class, Police Say

A 16-year-old is in stable condition after the shooting outside Ridgway High School, but a motive is still unclear. → Read More

Startled Marmot and a Fox Lead the Way at Wildlife Photography Awards

The winning image showcases “the humor and horror” of nature, the Natural History Museum in London said. → Read More

Chris Cline, Coal Mining Entrepreneur, Is Killed in Helicopter Crash, Reports Say

Mr. Cline was a well-known philanthropist and Republican donor who began working in the coal industry in West Virginia. → Read More