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Troops have cleared half of Marawi of militants from ISIS-linked groups, an official said, adding that the government had called on civilians to help in the fighting.
A new complex on Roosevelt Island aims to produce as much energy as it uses. Here’s how the designers are making it happen.
In a country that bans religion, the school educates a crop of handpicked students — and perhaps gives the government some leverage with Washington.
The Constitution includes detailed instructions for impeachment. But there’s no clear answer on whether a president may be criminally prosecuted.
Here are three ways to spy wildlife, large and small, in the Laikipia region of Kenya.
The North has recently test-fired missiles based on a technology that would give the United States little warning of an attack. And they seem to work.
The family of Alexander Nininger, the first Medal of Honor recipient in World War II, has contended for decades that he is buried in Manila as an “unknown.”
Freelance agitators promote Russia’s agenda abroad, getting their backing from tycoons and others, not the state itself.
It is unclear how Jared Kushner’s high-profile woes will affect his hard-won partnership with his father-in-law, perhaps the most stable in an often unstable White House.
After President Trump declined to endorse NATO’s doctrine of collective defense and the Paris climate pact, the German leader said Europe should “take our fate into our own hands.”
Sato, the first champion from Japan, is a 40-year-old former Formula One driver who has just one other victory in IndyCar racing.
The canal, long relegated as a recreational byway, has had a rebound in commercial shipping for odd and oversize cargo.
A suspect, Willie Cory Godbolt, 35, was being held in custody after the shootings at three locations.
The apparent test of a ballistic missile that landed near Japan comes a week after the test of another ballistic missile.
The parachutist, a member of the elite Leap Frogs team, plunged into the Hudson River as hundreds watched from Liberty State Park.
The victims in Friday’s attack were an Army veteran, a recent college graduate and a poet who spoke out against anti-Muslim prejudice.
The Alamo Drafthouse will host several screenings of “Wonder Woman” for women only. The decision received both criticism and support online.
Mrs. Trump’s travels with the president were something of a coming-out party, which may offer clues to what kind of first lady she could become.
“Dead Men Tell No Tales,” the latest film in the “Pirates” franchise, overcame poor reviews. “Baywatch” continued a string of lackluster TV adaptations.
Local Muslim authorities defend the traditional practice, in which a man can divorce his wife by saying “talaq” three times. But women do not have the same right.
John F. Kelly, the homeland security secretary, played down reports of a back channel. The president, meanwhile, resumed using Twitter as a weapon.
Residents along the banks of three rivers were ordered to evacuate, and more rain is expected in the coming days.
The emblem used by the Trump Organization in the United States had to be changed in Britain, since it belongs to another family.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said Sunday he's considering banning laptops from the passenger cabins of all international flights to and from the United States.
Suggestions from The Times’s personal finance columnist on how to spent part of your start-of-summer holiday.
Jon Ossoff, who was two points shy of a House victory in April, is courting millennials and minorities in a race to hold off Karen Handel and seize a Republican seat in a runoff.
Living under draconian state laws, Arizona activists honed an effective strategy for keeping undocumented immigrants in the country. Can the same tools still work today?
You get great smoky flavor from cooking over or beside coals or wood. But on a Wednesday night there is little easier than lighting a gas grill.
Grateful Dead alums reunite, sweaty dance floors abound and a whole lot of Chance the Rapper: Our picks for the best pop and jazz festivals.
In an era of analysts and HD broadcasts, audiences don’t see the players as larger-than-life characters anymore.
Solve a bite-size crossword in just a few minutes.