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The European company JAB is refocusing on the food and drinks empire it has been building in the United States, including its recent deal to buy Panera.
Monday: An attitude shift on sanctuary policies, the risk-taking of Uber’s C.E.O., and an oasis rises in the Coachella Valley.
This isn’t science fiction. A number of start-ups as well as big aerospace firms are trying to build personal aircraft you could fly around town.
The minister of defense and the army chief of staff stepped down under pressure after a Taliban sneak attack killed more than 160 soldiers on a northern base.
Research shows treatment for substance abuse disorders is a great value for society, but many programs have long waiting lists.
The police stopped a sport utility vehicle that was being driven by a boy who was by himself in the middle of nowhere.
Accidents and congestion at Penn Station and maintenance issues plague Amtrak. It needs a new Hudson River tunnel. But it could face major funding cuts.
The weakened euro and pound, increased airline competition and uncertainty over security have led to remarkable deals.
On Monday, in the first of a series of public appearances, the former president faces the risk of being asked about topics in which anything he says could be considered a critique of President Trump.
Lawmakers and the Trump White House have been unable to agree on a plan to fund the government beyond Friday, despite months of staring at the hard deadline.
At least 1.7 million people died during the Khmer Rouge rule of Cambodia between 1975 and 1979. Take a 360 tour of a former prison that has been transformed into a museum to preserve the history of the Cambodian genocide.
A complaint filed with the International Criminal Court said that the Philippine president was the “mastermind” of a campaign that has killed more than 9,400 people since 1988.
With the prospect that Marine Le Pen could claim the presidency sowing concerns about the currency, the results of the election’s first round provided some relief.
The comments by Xi Jinping reflected growing fears that the tensions between the North and the United States and its allies in Asia could spiral into outright military conflict.
Since the earliest days of social media, The New York Times has published on a host of platforms. Now we’re adding Snapchat Discover to the mix.
She will arrive at a time when state funding as a percentage of operating costs is down and colleges are under pressure to increase access for low-income students.
Mondo Duplantis is the only high school vaulter to have cleared 19 feet, and he has done it twice this year.
The Trump administration wants to use the deadline as leverage on a border wall, military spending, health care and more, raising the prospects of a shutdown.
Marine Le Pen’s advancement to France’s presidential runoff on May 7 is a political earthquake. But now other parties are unifying to stop her.
Mr. Macron, a political novice, and Ms. Le Pen, a far-right firebrand, will advance to a runoff vote next month after voters rejected the mainstream parties.
Mr. Abrams, a titan of free speech jurisprudence, says the Twitter trail could be a gift to lawyers defending journalists during leak investigations.
At an Indiana factory operated by the same corporate parent, more than 700 blue-collar workers are being laid off as their jobs are moved to Mexico.
The internet real estate, used for an expanding array of ad formats, is a prime driver of huge quarterly profits for the parent company, Alphabet.
In a case involving an estate and a Sotheby’s expert’s valuation of two paintings by old masters, a judge sides with the Internal Revenue Service.
Choate’s failure to report teachers accused of sexual misconduct enabled them to teach elsewhere, where they could engage in similar behavior.
Some Mexican men, concerned that their macho views have harmed their relationships with women, are trying group therapy. Will that change the culture?
Some office pets are raising the customer-loyalty bar by cuddling and interacting with clients and patients.
Emmanuel Macron has no political party to speak of and has never held elected office, but he is one of the front-runners in Sunday’s election.
Two of the French candidate’s associates have longtime links to Nazi sympathizers and have been central to the National Front’s campaign finance scandals.
Runners tended to live about three more years than nonrunners, even if they run slowly or sporadically and smoke, drink or are overweight.
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