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A three-time Grammy winner, Ms. Wilson provided a key bridge between the sophisticated jazz-pop vocalists of the 1950s and the powerhouse pop-soul singers of the 1960s and ’70s.
Tech has brought innovation, convenience and smarts to the kitchen. Here’s what Melissa Clark uses and the tools she finds indispensable.
Disappointing retail sales and industrial output figures in China helped drag markets down.
The move was fiercely opposed by NATO and neighboring Serbia, which said it would threaten peace in the war-scarred Balkan region.
Though the effort to legalize marijuana has been mired in political gridlock, the legislation does provides a road map for how legalized marijuana would be regulated and distributed.
But their response to the Wisconsin power grab remains too weak. And some companies are still silent.
Friday: What plans for new Apple offices say about industry in California, Paradise High School seniors ponder their futures, and reclaiming fruitcake.
President Trump’s former personal lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, makes his first public comments since he was sentenced to three years in prison.
International criticism once acted as a restraint on China’s crackdowns against dissent at home. Not anymore.
Car sales are falling. Housing is slow. Workers get three-month unpaid vacations. For Chinese leaders, pressure for a trade deal with President Trump is rising.
Scientists have taken a step toward building a computer model of the brain’s genome, one that may help clarify the genetic roots of schizophrenia, autism and other disorders.
True farming reform means adjusting the system to support small and midsize producers and cultivating a more sustainable system of agriculture.
Sometimes it can seem as if only the privileged support the cause. But the truth is more complicated.
Stephen Colbert ran down revelations from the Russia investigation, while Jimmy Kimmel joked about the White House’s canceling of a holiday party for the news media.
Brighton Beach is the grumpy neighbor of Coney Island and home to a population of Soviet exiles. And if you don’t get it, well, your loss.
The world is not on track to meet its goals under the Paris climate agreement, even as warnings grow more dire. How did we get to this point?
Facing aggressive investigations into sex abuse scandals, Catholic dioceses around the country are releasing their own lists of accused priests.
Federal prosecutors in New York and Washington are examining whether people from several Middle Eastern countries used straw donors to obscure donations to the funds.
Nineteen people were charged with exploiting girls at the Hawthorne Cedar Knolls center as part of a sex-trafficking ring.
Ms. Dushku told investigators she was written off the hit series ‘Bull’ after enduring sexual harassment on the set. Lawyers scolded CBS for its ‘antiquated’ views.
The Florida Supreme Court has ruled that the state’s Stand Your Ground law can be invoked as a defense by police officers accused of wrongful killings.
Glossy and bristling with fine performances, this adaptation of the 1960 Harper Lee classic gets the Aaron Sorkin treatment.
Radio stations are pulling the standard from holiday playlists. Cable channels are debating it. And William Shatner is very worked up.
In a second show of bipartisan defiance against President Trump, the Senate also approved a resolution to hold Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman personally responsible for Jamal Khashoggi’s death.
Pity poor Theresa May and her faltering plan for Britain to exit the European Union. Whatever it is, her critics are against it.
Lawmakers want a big raise but without the limits on outside income that a pay committee recommended.
Amazon and Google are aggressively opening offices outside of their Silicon Valley and Seattle hometowns. On Thursday, Apple said it would invest $1 billion in Austin, Tex.
Palladium, a silvery-white metal used in cars and sometimes jewelry, has topped gold in commodities trading for the last three days.
The murder of Jamal Khashoggi has focused attention on Saudi Arabia’s human rights abuses. We need to remember all of the thousands in prison.
In “A Cruelty Special to Our Species,” Emily Jungmin Yoon memorializes the Korean “comfort women” who were forced into prostitution during World War II.
The Russian national has agreed to cooperate with federal prosecutors about attempts to shift conservatives’ views to see Russia as a friend, not a foe.
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You can help a friend or loved one turn their special day into something remarkable, if you’re willing — but getting ordained is the easy part.
Instead of euthanasia for my aging dog, I tried a palliative and hospice care approach to ease his pain and give him more time to enjoy life.
The couple in this adaptation of James Baldwin’s novel are loving while black, an existential truth that is turned into a nightmare.
Do you really want to know what your pets are doing while you’re away?
Many indigenous people who enter the Mexican justice system must navigate it without a translator — even if they don’t speak Spanish.