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The Boston University study links cognitive and behavioral problems later in life — among all players, not just in the N.F.L. — to playing tackle at a young age.
The 193-member United Nations is gathering for the 72nd session of the General Assembly. Here are the highlights.
In her first speech since the crisis started, the de facto leader of Myanmar defended the security forces despite accusations of ethnic cleansing.
Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said the Caribbean island had sustained “widespread devastation” from the storm, which is now at Category 5 strength.
Kenneth P. Vogel overheard a conversation at a Washington steakhouse that led to a story on the White House legal team’s internal discord over the Russia investigations.
An appeals court ruled that a defamation lawsuit involving two members of a fraternity at the center of a discredited article should go back to district court.
In a bellicose speech to the U.N., Trump took swipes at North Korea, Iran and Venezuela, framing the need to confront them as a battle of good versus evil.
The lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, said the rush to presume guilt was “un-American.” Senators had asked that he not speak publicly, and they quickly shut down the meeting.
The figures, released by the U.S. Department of Commerce, included a 10.1 percent drop in European travelers compared to the same period last year.
The political and procedural hurdles are many, but the hunger for victory among Republicans may overcome all.
Is it the most confusing movie of 2017 or merely the most provocative? Darren Aronofsky, Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem explain the movie.
Hurricane Maria tore roofs off of houses on the Caribbean island of Dominica and caused flooding in Guadeloupe. The Category 5 storm is now headed toward the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
The document, stolen from an armored cabinet, suggests the Vatican is not telling all it knows about the kidnapping 34 years ago of a teenage girl.
Kharon Davis was 22 when he was charged with murder in Dothan, Ala. He has served half the minimum sentence, but has yet to have his day in court.
Who killed Alberta Jones, Louisville’s first black prosecutor, in 1965? Prodded by a professor, the police are trying again to find out.
America has never lost so many stoves and pantries at once, but home cooks are intent on finding a way — any way — to make meals.
After a stunning first-season twist, NBC’s comedy of ethics drastically changes its premise but keeps its philosophical bent.
World leaders are addressing nuclear weapons, climate change and more at the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
Tuesday: Looming trouble with black-market marijuana, a raucous news conference for Nancy Pelosi, and the pain of San Diego’s Charger fans.
The militant group that controls Gaza agreed to Palestinian Authority demands, but said nothing about disarming. In the past, hopes for unity have been dashed.
Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are taking different paths to win new fans ahead of 2020. The outcome will say much about the Democrats’ future.
Apple’s new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus have a ring of familiarity. But the phones may feel like a solid upgrade from older models because of their new processor.
The bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act bears the name of Mr. Graham, but Mr. McCain, who helped sink an earlier repeal attempt, has remained undecided.
“The Republic for Which It Stands,” Richard White’s broad-ranging history, describes a country lashed by greed and brutality.
Thousands have been returning to western Mosul after Iraqi forces pushed ISIS out of the city. The Salman family moves back amid risks and widespread damage to their neighborhood. They now hope to rebuild.
Writers from across the political spectrum on Mrs. Clinton’s new book reflecting on her failed bid for the presidency.
Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, has aggressively used warrants and subpoenas for the Russia investigation, sending a message in Washington.
Scout Schultz, 21, the president of the gay and transgender student group, left behind suicide notes, was carrying a knife and yelled “shoot me” at the officers. One did.
The outgoing top Navy admiral in the Middle East said that Iran is helping worsen the conflict in Yemen by giving rebels more precise missiles to fire deeper into Saudi Arabia.
Ms. Ingraham will host “The Ingraham Angle” weeknights starting Oct. 30 as part of a prime-time shake-up that moves Sean Hannity to 9 p.m.
Perhaps best known for a Union 76 gas station in Beverly Hills, Mr. Wong also did design work for the Los Angeles airport and CBS Television City.
What happens when a nation’s boundaries and its national identity contradict? In extreme cases, something like Myanmar’s Rohingya crisis.
Officials in Manatee County, Fla., drew criticism for asking a local lifeguard unskilled at sign language to interpret crucial evacuation orders.
A flash of bright eye makeup feels fresh this fall, even for the color-averse. Here’s how to make it work for you.
Two new Banksys, which appear to be a homage, of sorts, have popped up at the Barbican Center, days ahead of a show of Jean-Michel Basquiat’s work.
Black and Hispanic students are more underrepresented at top schools nationwide, despite affirmative action. Some schools, though, saw gains.
The French capital built on its past failures, putting sports first, stressing unity, pushing its environmental credentials and embracing the “L word”: lobbying.
The Rev. Teresito Suganob, who had been held in the war-town city of Marawi since May, escaped amid heavy fighting, an admiral said on Sunday.
Hafiz Muhammad Saeed has a $10 million American bounty on his head but lives in the open in Pakistan. Now, he has become the face of a new political party.
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