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In a devastating attack on the eve of the Afghan election, militants killed a longtime nemesis, the regional police chief in Kandahar.
Thousands of Honduran migrants are making their way toward the U.S. border. We asked several why they had chosen to make the journey north and what they had left behind.
But the president stopped short of saying the Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, was responsible for Mr. Khashoggi’s death.
To save its reputation and avoid becoming a pariah state in the aftermath of the Khashoggi murder, Saudi Arabia should replace its crown prince.
As many as 4,000 people are walking together north from Central America, fleeing violence or poverty. The president wants them to stop.
So many migrant families are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona that shelter workers are having to put them up for the first time in hotels.
After vowing to crack down on officials suspected of disclosing secrets to the public, the Trump Justice Department will send another to prison.
The move is the latest blow to Palestinians after Washington recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and relocated its embassy to the city.
President Trump has taken an interest in the F.B.I. headquarters, which had been set for redevelopment. Democrats wonder if he is trying to protect his hotel.
In a year when Democrats are on offense, Pete Stauber of Minnesota has a chance to do something no other Republican might do next month: win a Democratic House seat.
Sears went bankrupt under the financier’s leadership. For the first time since the bankruptcy, Mr. Lampert speaks publicly about how he got it wrong.
The conservative legal movement has long cultivated law students and young lawyers, partly to ensure a deep bench of potential judicial nominees
Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi dissident and journalist, was last seen entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2. Since then, Saudi Arabia’s messaging has shifted. Here’s how.
Appalled by the trash he saw in the world’s oceans, he began a cleanup campaign in Sydney that went global.
Amazon won’t say a word about where it plans to put its much-hyped second headquarters. But there is a growing consensus that it will go across the river from Washington.
Prosecutors had said they believed there were more victims when they charged a couple last month with drugging and sexually assaulting two women. This week, prosecutors announced additional charges.
A photograph of the aide is one of the most striking pieces of evidence to date linking the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi to the crown prince.
Edward S. Lampert, who leads the struggling retailer, has taken control of valuable real estate and businesses.
Tabitha Isner has been trying to make a nearly impossible sales pitch to voters — and to the national donor class.
Stone Mountain has been called “a blight” upon the state of Georgia. But to others it is a key part of Southern heritage.
A rivalry between two tournament fishing circuits has slapped the industry like a 10-pound largemouth to the face.
In Jane Anderson’s satisfyingly old-fashioned play about Joan of Arc’s mom, Ms. Close shows the stuff of which great stage stars are made.
The “Green Book,” a travel manual published between 1936 and 1967 — and now the premise of a film by the same name — feels as necessary as ever.
Sneakers increasingly seem like the Dutch tulips of today. Which means the bubble may be about to burst.
Mr. Gillum, the Democratic nominee for governor, supports higher corporate taxes and Medicare for all. He also has a lobbyist as a top adviser and, as mayor of Tallahassee, was on the payroll of a consultant.
Why did the Astros send an employee to surveil the Red Sox’s dugout? Because it’s October, and with high stakes come high suspicions.
If you believe the marketing, you’d think every new gadget will change your life — but many are confusing to use or doomed to obsolescence. Here’s how to determine whether your purchase will stand the test of time.
Last week, senators agreed to confirm one last slate of President Trump’s nominees, then recess for the midterm campaign. But on Wednesday, Republicans recommenced the judicial rush.
The ads, with language and imagery not typically found in even the roughest campaigns, were purchased by a critic of Jennifer Wexton, a Democrat trying to unseat the Republican incumbent.
New research on rats suggests that Aesop was on to something in his ancient fable “The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse.”
A new study says some of the most important ancient places in the Mediterranean might not survive global warming.
Crying is a natural human response to joy, stress or sadness. But what if you don’t want to let the tears fall?
The triplex penthouse in the Pritzker Prize-winning architect’s only Manhattan building is for sale. The price? Just $50 million.
I failed at holiday decorations but we created our own autumnal ritual, complete with rain and sleet and often missing the peak foliage. To my astonishment, we are still practicing it.
Those romantic, heartwarming surprise proposal videos are actually the worst. Episode 10 of our video series.