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For the fifth day, gymnasts and other athletes spoke about Dr. Nassar’s abuse.
The collapse of Carillion, a company with hundreds of government contracts, may be the canary in the privatization gold mine.
The Mount Kusatsu-Shirane eruption appears to have set off an avalanche at a snow-covered ski resort.
Senate Democrats believe they are limiting damage from a political miscalculation by surrendering, but doing so has drawn a fierce backlash from the left.
With a promise that lawmakers would soon take up immigration, Congress approved a short-term spending bill to reopen the government after a brief but heated shutdown.
The Trump administration said it would impose steep tariffs on imports, the first major step by the administration to erect the kind of barriers the president frequently threatened.
Turkish forces continued their attack on the Kurds, America’s closest ally in the war on the Islamic State, with the apparent blessing of Moscow.
Mrs. Fraley’s connection to Rosie was made public in 2016, ending years of speculation over who was the model for the fictional 1940s war worker.
Companies are announcing bonuses as a result of the tax cuts but it remains to be seen how much of that money will filter through to workers in the years to come.
With the government shutdown, they followed a brilliant plan to turn midterm-election success into failure.
The State Supreme Court’s order on Monday joins a string of court decisions striking down political maps for unduly favoring one party. The court ordered that a new map be submitted to it by Feb. 15.
Officials appear to be warming to the idea of imposing the country’s first national tax on homes to cool a market subject to wild booms and busts.
Leonia, a town at the foot of the George Washington Bridge, has closed 60 streets to out-of-town cars during the morning and afternoon rush hours.
Two dozen centrist senators from both parties banded together to push their leaders to a deal to reopen the government. Now comes the hard part.
The pope’s doubting of sexual abuse victims prompts concerns that he will not hold the church hierarchy fully accountable for its role in the crisis.
Although Democrats will probably pick up a few additional seats in this year’s election, the development is less helpful for them than it might at first appear.
Liberal and immigration activists said Democrats betrayed young undocumented immigrants by reopening the government after only three days of a shutdown.
State bills on lightning-rod social issues are getting noticeably less impetus this year, as elections loom and state leaders try to attract business investment.
Sometimes coming home is the hardest move of all.
Shutdowns and stopgaps are no way to deal with the Dreamers or any other aspect of our immigration policy.
A weekend blizzard was still filling the mountain valley with more snow on Monday night as heads of state and C.E.O.s tried to gather for the World Economic Forum.
Take “Broadchurch” (scenic small-town setting), add “The Killing” (moody missing-child mystery), top off with a troubled single-mom heroine, and voilà.
“I’ll Drink to That” has become an invaluable archive for those interested in some of the great characters and personalities in wine.
Don’t expect fireworks from this soberly sensible orchestra, coming to Carnegie Hall this week. It’s an understated celebration.
For centuries, monsoon rains were enough to keep the dirt off India’s monument to eternal love. But not anymore.
The vice president promised the quicker-than-expected move during a visit to Israel’s Parliament, where Arab lawmakers staged a protest and were removed.
Marilyn Hartman has successfully sneaked onto three flights since 2014 and attempted to breach airport security at least a dozen times.
A study of hunter-gatherers on the Malay Peninsula suggests that culture plays a role in how we describe the odors all around us.
“Red Clocks,” by Leni Zumas, imagines a dystopian near-future in which women are once again stripped of reproductive freedoms.
Abandoning the glamour of wigs and makeup, the singer and actress poured her suffering into a role that may land her an Oscar nomination.
In recent months, Dokic, a former No. 4-ranked player, has opened up in interviews and a book about the beatings she says her father gave her that left her bruised and suicidal.
Creating a single token requires as much electricity as two years’ worth of consumption by an average American home. Some enthusiasts believe that’s a problem.
The technology inside Amazon’s new convenience store, opening Monday in downtown Seattle, enables a shopping experience like no other — including no checkout lines.
The Real ID Act requires that driver’s licenses meet standards set by the Department of Homeland Security by October 2020. Many states are already compliant and others have been given extensions.
It may seem like rules around sex have changed overnight, but feminists have been talking about this for a long time.
Roundworm eggs, shed by stray dogs, can be ingested by children playing outside. The worm’s larvae have been found in the brain, experts say, perhaps impairing development.
Yes, it’s driven by greed — but the mania for cryptocurrency could wind up building something much more important than wealth.
Adults also need to get vaccinated to provide herd immunity for others, especially babies and older people.