A Question That Almost Went Unasked

We asked Megan Twohey, one of the investigative reporters who broke the Harvey Weinstein story in 2017, to tell us what it was like to interview Donna Rotunno, Weinstein’s lawyer, for last Friday’s episode: When we reached out to Donna Rotunno in late January seeking an interview for “The Daily,” …

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Opinion | The Progressive Lane Narrows

If Ms. Warren is the progressive of high-minded policy, Bernie Sanders is the progressive of belligerent revolution. Much of his appeal, dating back to his 2016 presidential run, lies in his grouchy, I’m-not-here-to-make-friends pugilism. For voters spoiling for a fight — whether against Mr. Trump, the Democratic establishment, the 1-percenters …

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Opinion | Trump’s Whisper Network

Several months after the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke and the #MeToo movement got powerfully underway, Katie Roiphe, writing in the reliably liberal Harper’s Magazine, wrote an essay on what she called “The Other Whisper Network.” It was the sort of piece that took great honesty to write and greater courage …

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Denver Mayor Says Pit Bull Ban Will Stand

The mayor of Denver, voicing concern about the “very real risk” of injury to children, said Friday he would veto a measure passed by the City Council that would have repealed the city’s 30-year ban on pit bulls. The mayor, Michael B. Hancock, said he had received passionate comments from …

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