Neil Vigdor, The New York Times

Neil Vigdor

The New York Times

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Recent articles by Neil:

Trump’s Niece, Mary Trump, to Publish Book With ‘Harrowing’ Revelations

Mary Trump will say that she was a source of The New York Times’s coverage of the president’s tax returns. The Times declined to comment on the claim. → Read More

Twitter and Square Make Juneteenth a Company Holiday

The day marks the anniversary of when slaves in Galveston, Texas, first learned of their freedom on June 19, 1865. → Read More

N.F.L. Player Sues United Airlines, Saying Woman Sexually Assaulted Him on a Flight

The player, who was not named in the suit, said the woman sitting next to him on a redeye flight from Los Angeles to Newark also ripped off the face mask that he was wearing to protect against the coronavirus. → Read More

What to Know About the Malaria Drug Trump Is Using

Here are the facts on hydroxychloroquine, which the president has promoted to fight Covid-19 despite warnings from the F.D.A. that it can cause heart problems. → Read More

Top Conn. Health Aide Disappears From Virus Briefings, Then Is Fired

The state’s public health commissioner had been criticized over the response to rising deaths from the outbreak at nursing homes. → Read More

Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes Down Stay-at-Home Order

The decision, by a 4-to-3 majority, was a high-profile challenge of the emergency authority of a statewide official during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Indiana Attorney General Suspended by State Supreme Court in Groping Case

Curtis T. Hill Jr., a Republican, had his law license suspended for 30 days after the court found that he inappropriately touched four women at a party in 2018. → Read More

Brett Favre to Repay $1.1 Million for Speeches He Didn’t Make, Auditor Says

The Hall of Fame quarterback was the unknowing recipient of money intended to help needy families in his home state, Mississippi, officials said. → Read More

Sinclair Wanted to Rival Fox News. Now It Faces a $48 Million Fine.

The F.C.C. levied the largest civil penalty in its history against a conservative owner of local TV stations, scuttling its ambitious merger plans. → Read More

2 Sought $4 Million for Face Masks That Didn’t Exist, U.S. Says

Two Southern California men face fraud charges after putting fake 3M labels on empty boxes that they said were filled with masks, prosecutors said. → Read More

Oliver Luck, Former XFL Head, Sues Vince McMahon for Wrongful Termination

The former commissioner said the football league, which filed for bankruptcy, breached the terms of his contract. → Read More

Pastor Faces Assault Charge After Dispute With Protester Over Social Distancing

Tony Spell backed up a church bus toward a man who had been protesting outside Life Tabernacle Church, which has defied Louisiana’s ban on public gatherings, the authorities said. He did not hit the man. → Read More

Virginia’s New Laws on L.G.B.T. Protections, Guns and Marijuana Reflect a Shift in Power

The measures came about after Democrats took control of the Legislature for the first time in more than two decades last year. → Read More

‘How Do I Get Help?’ Dying Coronavirus Patient Asked Alexa

Lou Ann Dagen, 66, was one of six residents who died from the virus at one nursing home outside Grand Rapids, Mich., a spokesman for the center said. → Read More

Chynna, Model-Turned-Hip-Hop Artist, Dies at 25

The rapper, whose full name was Chynna Rogers, performed with ASAP Rocky’s hip-hop collective ASAP Mob. → Read More

Mississippi State Football Coach Must Visit Civil Rights Museum After Noose Tweet

Mike Leach shared a meme on Twitter of an older white woman under quarantine knitting a noose for her husband. He later removed the post. → Read More

A Hoarder’s Huge Stockpile of Masks and Gloves Will Now Go to Doctors and Nurses, F.B.I. Says

The stockpile, slated for medical personnel in New York and New Jersey, includes 192,000 N95 respirators, 130,000 surgical masks and nearly 600,000 medical-grade gloves, the authorities said. → Read More

$30 Million in Illegal Drugs Seized From Cross-Border Tunnel in San Diego, U.S. Says

The tunnel’s entrance was not far from a newly constructed portion of the border wall that President Trump visited last September in the Otay Mesa section of San Diego. → Read More

Children Stuck at Home Can Still Explore the Zoo or Aquarium. Some Penguins Could, Too.

Hippos, otters and penguins can be viewed through webcams, virtual tours and “home safaris.” And at one aquarium, penguins strolled through the exhibits. → Read More

Kentucky Derby Is Postponed Until September Because of Coronavirus

The last time the race was not held on the first Saturday in May was 75 years ago. → Read More