‘It’s Probably Over for Us’: Record Floods Bring New Toll When Farmers Can Least Afford It

‘It’s Probably Over for Us’: Record Floods Bring New Toll When Farmers Can Least Afford It

The Ruzicka family farm in Verdigre, Neb., on Monday. Farmers across Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota and South Dakota have lost livestock and livelihoods after record floods pummeled the region.

Your Ancestors Were Slaves. Who Owns the Photos of Them?

Tamara Lanier, second from left, poses in her living room with family members and an 1850 portrait of Renty, an enslaved man she says is her ancestor. She is suing Harvard University for ownership of the portrait.

To Barbara Bush, Donald Trump Represented ‘Greed, Selfishness’

Barbara Bush, the former first lady, in 2005. In the months before her death last year, Mrs. Bush abandoned the party she and her family had spent their whole lives building.

Nasrin Sotoudeh: Iran human rights lawyer jailed for 38 years, say family

Nasrin Sotoudeh has defended women arrested for protesting against Iran’s headscarf laws.

White Police Officer Is Acquitted in Death of Antwon Rose, a Black Teenager

S. Lee Merritt, left, the lawyer for Antwon Rose II’s family, and Michelle Kenney, center, Antwon’s mother, after closing arguments Friday in the trial of a former East Pittsburgh police officer in Antwon’s death. The officer, Michael Rosfeld, was acquitted.

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