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On one side of the debate, Bernie Sanders promises a single-payer revolution. On the other, Amy Klobuchar and Sherrod Brown are calling for incremental change.
President Trump did not cite a specific article in his Twitter post, but it came a day after a Times report describing his attempts to undermine investigations around him.
The Pentagon and federal intelligence agencies have said that climate change is a threat. Now, the White House is planning a panel to study whether or not that is true.
Civil forfeiture laws, a popular way to raise revenue, have been the subject of criticism across the political spectrum.
Hedge funds and other wealthy investors are plowing money into so-called opportunity zone funds, a creation of the 2017 tax law that provides incentives for spending on projects in poor areas.
The impressive early fund-raising haul by Mr. Sanders gives him bragging rights in a crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates.
The raid left two suspects dead and four officers shot. The practice has been criticized for placing officers, suspects and bystanders in avoidable danger.
Chris Clemons of Campbell and Mike Daum of South Dakota State are poised to take their place among other players who are not household names.
A review by The Times found a continuous effort by President Trump to derail federal law enforcement and a public campaign to discredit the investigations on him.
President Vladimir V. Putin, facing falling popularity, talked of huge social spending and updated weapons. He did not say how he would pay for it all.
For years, Margaret Markey, a former assemblywoman, pushed for the Child Victims Act, which recently passed. She was driven by her son’s own incident of abuse.
Women are playing an increasingly important role in the insurgency — and security forces are not prepared.
A year ago, she won the first American gold medal in cross-country skiing. Then she found out she had breast cancer.
President Trump’s efforts have exposed him to accusations of obstruction of justice as Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, finishes his work.
William Weld has offered a glimmer of hope to NeverTrumpers. But many Republicans once opposed to the president are jumping on his 2020 bandwagon.
A piece of the 39-year-old’s clothing or the strap of his bag apparently became caught on a train at Grand Central Terminal, witnesses said.
The path to opening night in New York used to pass through several cities. Now it rarely does — but are shows better off for it?
Dane Butswinkas, a Washington trial lawyer, represented Elon Musk, the chief executive, when he was sued by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
In the state of Israel’s early years, a number of parents in immigrant transit camps were told that their babies had died. Their families believe the babies were abducted by the Israeli authorities in the 1950s, and were illegally put up for adoption to childless Ashkenazi families, Jews of European descent. A younger generation is demanding answers.
An industrious community has for years devised workarounds to play video games. Microsoft’s new adaptive controller may allow even more people to play with their face, elbows and feet.
The move comes a day after California filed a lawsuit challenging President Trump’s emergency declaration over a border wall.
Held in a refugee camp in Syria, the two female recruits said they regretted joining the Islamic State and asked for a second chance.
We’ve been excluded from basic labor protections for too long. This is our moment.
As wildlife authorities on the continent work with nonprofit organizations to secure ecologically valuable landscapes, populations of large mammals have grown.
The new BBC production of “King Lear” is great fun — and an uncomfortable reflection of American politics these days.
While nearby states have pushed to legalize recreational pot, some people in New Hampshire are resisting. After opioids, they wonder why anyone would expand access to drugs.
In “Sleeping With Strangers,” David Thomson examines the ways in which movies have codified our fantasies.
Men who could get through 40 or more push-ups had 96 percent less risk of heart problems in the next 10 years than those who quit at 10 or fewer.
A hasty American withdrawal will jeopardize hard-won gains such as constitutional rights, citizens’ rights and democratic institutions.
More clothing companies are trying to meet the demands of a changing cliental, offering gender-bending, gender-fluid and gender-neutral items.
It fires gay workers, vilifies gay priests and alienates parishioners who can’t make any sense of this.
Finding out you have a chronic illness — one that will, by definition, never go away — changes things, both for you and those you love.
Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
Biologists are searching caves and abandoned mines in the West, hoping to spare many species of the winged creatures from the devastating fungus, white-nose syndrome.
Planning to take advantage of Presidents’ Day mattress sales? Here are eight pitfalls to avoid so you buy a mattress you’ll happily sleep on for years.
A little empathy goes a long way, especially when someone is recovering from the loss of a loved one. Unfortunately, even when some of us mean well, we make the situation worse. Here’s how to avoid it.
The newest ones aren’t just for coats — and they’re as eye-catching as they are functional.