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After Monday’s debate, Donald J. Trump said his mike might have been tampered with and that he was right to comment on a beauty queen’s weight.

He also threatened to make Bill Clinton’s infidelity a campaign issue.

Undecided women in Philadelphia’s suburbs, a crucial voting bloc, said Mr. Trump had not only failed to win them over but in many cases had repelled them.

The idea was simple: to test the theory that what presidential candidates say during debates is less important than what they look like while they’re saying it.

David Wildstein, the mastermind behind the lane closings, testified that Gov. Chris Christie was informed of the lane closings the week they were happening, and recalled how Mr. Christie reacted with laughter.

Shimon Peres, who helped build up his country’s formidable military might, then worked as hard to establish a lasting peace with Israel’s Arab neighbors, died on Wednesday at 93.

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Among the roughly 250,000 people stuck in the insurgent redoubt in northern Syria are 100,000 children, the most vulnerable victims of intensified bombings.

As John G. Stumpf prepares to face a second round of congressional grilling, the bank’s board said he would forfeit about $41 million in stock awards, forgo his salary during the inquiry and receive no bonus in 2016.

Sixty-seven days after Sam Allardyce was named to lead the national team, he was dismissed after undercover video footage was deemed to contain conduct “inappropriate of the England manager.”

In the battle against Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert is taking a hands-on approach that includes more topical humor and live episodes.

A tattooed 26-year-old living near the Mongolian border is the only person publicly identified with Russia’s cyberattacks. And he seems eager to talk.

An 18-foot statue of Vladimir Lenin was taken down from the roof of a building on Houston Street in the Lower East Side, but it is expected to be reinstalled just down the block.

You’ve been to the Louvre, Notre Dame and Versailles. Now it’s time to see Fontainebleau, an incomparable royal residence.

Anthony Vaccarello’s first show at the house looked to the decade that defined his youth with a stream of big-shouldered, metallic looks, Vanessa Friedman writes.

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