Global Abandoning Donald Trump and, for Some Women, the G.O.P., Too 2016-10-27T17:33:24.000000Z The Republican Party is in the midst of a gender war, with men and women taking sharply different stances over accusations of groping by Mr. Trump. ‘Afghan Girl’ in 1985 National Geographic Photo Is Arrested in Pakistan 2016-10-27T17:24:26.000000Z Sharbat Gula, whose piercing green eyes stared out from the magazine’s cover in 1985, was held after being accused of fraudulently obtaining national identity cards. Judge in Bridge Case Abruptly Adjourns Court Before Closing Arguments 2016-10-27T16:24:09.000000Z The sudden adjournment raised the possibility of a major hiccup at the end of a six-week trial over the closing of access lanes to the George Washington Bridge. Fans Flock to Town That Inspired ‘Gilmore Girls’ 2016-10-27T16:23:59.000000Z As part of a festival, a rural town in Connecticut played host to more than 1,300 devotees, who endured rain to tour the town and meet stars from the show. Critic's Notebook: In the Art World, Globalism’s New Spin 2016-10-27T15:56:46.000000Z It feels like the right time to reassert global consciousness in the universe of art. Even some of New York’s large and conservative museums have been thinking this. Yoko Ono’s Vintage Sonic Blasts Still Sound Like the Future 2016-10-27T15:52:47.000000Z Ms. Ono’s early albums, which brought the worlds of rock music and avant-garde art together in an inventive head-on collision, are being reissued. Orlando Officers Grapple With Trauma and Red Tape After Massacre 2016-10-27T15:14:24.000000Z While compensation programs can help victims of mass shootings, it is often less clear what help is available for those who are first to respond to the scene. Officer Reflects: ‘I Was Just Crying So Much’ 2016-10-27T15:14:18.000000Z Omar Delgado, who was one of the police officers who responded to the Pulse nightclub massacre in Orlando, Fla., in June, is now being treated for post-traumatic stress disorder. Here, he describes what happened when he returned to the nightclub for the first time with his therapists. H.I.V. Arrived in the U.S. Long Before ‘Patient Zero’ 2016-10-27T14:59:38.000000Z The virus appeared in New York as early as 1971, according to a new genetic analysis, and spread from there to San Francisco. Broadband Providers Will Need Permission to Collect Private Data 2016-10-27T14:43:32.000000Z The new rules require broadband providers to get permission to collect data on a subscriber’s web browsing, app use, location and financial information.