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Wedneday headlines: We wrote little notes on her body

A close reading of court filings and some snooping suggest that Mueller may have already subpoenaed the President.

The only thing that motivates Donald Trump is more Donald Trump.

The midterm elections that still haven't been decided, explained.

By exaggerating and lying about what transpired at the protest outside his home, Tucker Carlson won the media's sympathy.

Maureen Dowd explains the “irreparable damage” that Dick Cheney did to planet Earth.

A photo goes viral of a group of boys in Wisconsin giving a Nazi salute at their junior prom.

Massachusetts offers a model for states looking to address gun violence.

7-Eleven has been in a protracted battle with its store owners for years. ICE is the latest weapon in the feud.

Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft have acquired more than 500 companies in the past decade.

Japan's "elaborate service culture" has insulated it from automation. Gimmicky robots abound, but so do staff members.

Under the guise of fighting corruption, China's on the verge of a big leap backward—to becoming just a bigger, more open North Korea.

A new hotel opens in an old quarry near Shanghai, with several floors that are submerged underwater.

A handful of studies in the 1970s and '90s looked at the ways men and women carry books differently.

In case you missed it, we released the longlist this week for the 2019 Tournament of Books.

And maybe you didn't know, but the great jazz bassist Charles Mingus once wrote a guide for toilet-training your cat.

"We wrote little notes on her body... Then we realized she wasn’t dead." An oral history of Andy Warhol's Factory.

Terrific comics by Tillie Walden, a cartoonist and illustrator from Austin, Texas.