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State media have hinted that Beijing could weaponize its consumers in a trade war. But American brands are popular in China — and Chinese workers make many of their products.
Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson, both 23, spoke out about their ordeal in interviews, days after their arrests in Philadelphia led to protests.
Most expect Cuba’s new president to be a leader of continuity after Raúl Castro. But he also has to figure out how to resuscitate Cuba’s economy.
“Dear Jesus, send some angels.” Passengers feared they would die as an engine exploded, plunging the plane thousands of feet in a minute.
The authorities in Minnesota said that no one would be prosecuted in the musician’s 2016 death from a fentanyl overdose, though a doctor will pay a civil settlement.
A day after President Trump promised to slash red tape involved in weapons sales, the administration announced new policies, but experts said they would do little to speed exports.
The decision by Michael Cohen to abandon the suits came as federal prosecutors are investigating his efforts to protect Mr. Trump from brewing scandals.
For the TriBeCa bistro from the duo who made Minetta Tavern popular, unfamiliar names on the wine list are nothing to fear.
Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s leader, will cease to demand that U.S. troops leave South Korea as a condition for denuclearizing, the South’s president said.
Hundreds of members of Europe’s three leading parliaments ask Congress to block any retreat from the Iran nuclear agreement.
The Instagram poet’s besties include Katy Perry, Reese Witherspoon and Senator Cory Booker. “I consider him family,” Ms. Wade said.
As officials gather for the I.M.F. and World Bank convene in Washington, worries about trade and debt are building
Stalwarts and heirs of the Communist revolution will help support — and scrutinize — Cuba’s new president, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez.
Allies on Election Day, the two wings of the Democratic Party are growing further estranged in other aspects of their lives.
After hiding behind an alter ego for years, the pop star is ready to step into a more authentic self with ‘Dirty Computer.’
With the prize Faraday Okoro won at the Tribeca Film Festival came enormous pressure. But he was able to finish his project, “Nigerian Prince.”
They can help turn around issues like climate change, species extinction and dwindling human cultures.
For decades, marriage to a United States citizen has been a virtual guarantee of legal residency. It isn’t anymore under the Trump administration.
Diante Yarber was shot dead in his car in the parking lot. “This is the worst case of excessive force that I’ve ever seen,” the Yarber family’s lawyer said.
Sean Hannity and others are blaming the special counsel for one of the F.B.I.’s worst scandals. But there is no evidence to back up their charges.
Chesley Sullenberger, the pilot during the Miracle on the Hudson in 2009, felt a twinge of recognition at the news of Tammie Jo Shults’s calm handling of a midair crisis.
The major failure, nearly seven months after Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico, could take up to 36 hours to fix.
Sloane Crosley’s third collection, “Look Alive Out There,” blends deep pathos with the author’s signature humor.
Nearly 9,000 readers wrote to The Times to talk about their use of antidepressants. Here’s what we learned.
One’s the U.S. poet laureate. The other is the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature. Can they bring literature to the masses?
Though congestion pricing failed, it has focused attention on the hefty bridge tolls outside Manhattan, where public transit options are limited.
A server, student and abuse survivor who longs to be a writer wonders why she is so supportive of her colleagues, but not herself.
A huge heat wave killed 30 percent of the reef’s coral in 2016, and continuously high temperatures are preventing its recovery.
An island-wide blackout related to repairs of the electrical grid wrecked in Hurricane Maria left people in the dark, but a baseball game soldiered on.
Sapna Maheshwari, who covers advertising for The Times, discusses how she tracks the online ads that track us.
China’s proposed tariffs on soybeans would hit hard in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, North Dakota and other states with highly competitive House and Senate races.
Kim Jong-un is not known to have flown outside his country, and the question of his transportation complicates an already delicate and uncertain meeting.
The Boeing 737 had been inspected two days earlier, but investigators say a routine visual check might not have been sufficient to spot problems.
As the momentum grows for a meeting with the North Korean leader, President Trump acknowledged that it was a risky undertaking, and one that could still end in failure.
As Raúl Castro of Cuba steps down, Miguel Díaz-Canel Bermúdez steps up. Here’s a look at Mr. Castro’s handpicked successor and what’s ahead for the communist country.
A V.I.P. screening of the Hollywood blockbuster “Black Panther” in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, marked the end of a decades-old ban on movie theaters.
The deliciousness of the details in Elaine Weiss’s new book suggests that certain historical figures warrant entire novels of their own.
Aerobic fitness can halve the likelihood of developing heart disease, no matter how worrisome your genetic profile.
This week Israel celebrates 70 years since it declared independence. But as Palestinians, we mark a catastrophe.
Credit card points are generally more valuable than points or miles attached to a specific airline or hotel group. The reason? Flexibility.
If a scammer has swiped your password and is using your account to spew spam, take action and add measures to help stop it from happening again.