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The fortunes of the largest United States banks have changed remarkably over the past decade. So is it time to loosen regulation?
The president’s remarks, delivered with relatives of those killed by undocumented immigrants, came two days after he signed an executive order to keep together families detained at the border.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is the front-runner going into elections Sunday, but an economic downturn, rising prices and agricultural problems make him vulnerable.
Given something to cheer for, Iceland’s soccer fan group grew from a few outliers in plastic Viking helmets into a singing, thunder-clapping force.
The reality of a vastly complicated bureaucratic system is colliding head-on with President Trump’s shoot-from-the-hip use of executive power.
Jared Polis, who has earned a reputation for his left-wing politics, is one of four Democrats seeking to replace Gov. John Hickenlooper, whose trademark has been moderation.
Federal agents refused to let drivers in Maine and New Hampshire pass until they disclosed their citizenship. The government says checkpoints are vital to curbing unauthorized immigration.
The aerospace giant said that the uncertainty surrounding Britain’s departure from the European Union could force it to consider leaving.
The 5-to-4 decision, in which the court said a warrant was generally needed to collect troves of the data, has implications for all kinds of personal information held by third parties.
Phillippe Coutinho and Neymar both scored in stoppage time to keep Brazil’s World Cup run on level footing. With the loss, Costa Rica is eliminated.
Micron, an American chip maker, says its designs were swiped to help a new Chinese plant. Washington sees a larger pattern, fueling tensions with Beijing.
Maybe the troubled “Roseanne” revival should have just ended. But if it won’t, here are some ways it could get better.
The chef, author and television correspondent was found dead in a French hotel room last month. His death shook fans and colleagues across the world.
The tent camp in Texas was built this month to house unaccompanied migrant children between the ages of 13 and 17. Satellite imagery reveals how it sprouted up and what’s inside.
An article in a pro-government newspaper attacked a previously popular production at the Hungarian State Opera, which has dropped 15 performances of the show.
Someone, please tell the president: There are humane, effective alternatives to his brutal policies. And they cost less, too.
President Trump says North Korea’s dismantling of its nuclear program “is already starting.” Here are the facts.
The way teams and players are marketed and the balance of star power in each league begin to explain how the leagues got on different sides of this cultural divide.
In “A Very English Scandal,” Mr. Grant’s first major TV role since the 1990s, he plays a British politician who conspired to murder his former lover.
As museums groan under costly expansions, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, found a modest alternative a ferry ride across the harbor.
Melania Trump’s excursion in her “I Really Don’t Care” jacket did not send a hidden message. It was there for all to see.
A U.S. government film from 1943 justifying the detention of Japanese-Americans in internment camps has new relevance in light of the president’s immigration policies.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s changes are aimed at making women good workers and consumers, while leaving them second-class citizens.
My daughters might someday bring home grades that my father would have regarded as failures. If so, I embrace the decline.
Despite some changes in Saudi society, a restrictive guardianship system means that women remain dependents of male relatives their whole lives.
Between the Trump administration’s steel tariffs, the reinstatement of sanctions on Iran, and political chaos, Italy is again struggling economically.
Patricia O’Toole’s “The Moralist” is the latest biography of Wilson, who has inspired fierce arguments ever since his death in 1924.
Senator Jeff Merkley, Democrat of Oregon, has been an under-the-radar presence in Washington. Then a video of his visit to a former Walmart in Texas went viral.
Mengwen Cao, a queer Chinese photographer, watched on FaceTime as her parents viewed her video letter coming out to them.
The White House is eyeing tariffs on luxury imports such as perfume, handbags and wine. It might be drawing the wrong lesson from past trade fights.
Complicit in their own subservience, legislators have enabled President Trump’s callous devastation of families.
Parable-based religion has receded from the public square, replaced by heroic myth, and the competitive virtues it celebrates.
They came for Snapchat. Now they’re gunning for YouTube with hour-long video. The influencers are stoked.
This seductive documentary tracks the rise and fall of Elvis Presley, a tragic arc that the director Eugene Jarecki likens to that of the United States.
Have you noticed that every thrift store and neighborhood Goodwill smells the same? And that the clothes also smell the same? With the help of science, we got to the root of why. (And we have tips to help you get rid of it.)
The research did not find that viruses cause Alzheimer’s. But it showed that two types of herpes interact with Alzheimer’s-related genes and might drive the disease process.
Researchers say this is the first reliable evidence that insects can use Earth’s magnetic field for navigation.
A branch of A.I. called deep learning has transformed computer performance in tasks like vision and speech. But meaning, reasoning and common sense remain elusive.
Women in Saudi Arabia have been fighting for the right to drive for 30 years. Four key milestone moments paved the way for the surprise overturning of the ban by the country's king. Meet the women behind the movement.