Buffeted by controversy, Canada’s prime minister is seeking a second term in a tight race.
More than 100 American military vehicles entered Iraq on Monday, accelerating a pullout that greatly reduces American clout in Syria.
A broader deal may be announced later in the day. The settlement involves large pharmaceutical distributors and Teva, resolving cases that sought redress from the devastation caused by two decade...
It took a woman to break the spell that appeared to put the president above the law.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faces the political battle of his life in a tight race.
Monday: MoMA is bigger and more demanding. It's also more fun, says our art critic.
What if resting, all by itself, is the real act of holiness?
Protesters looted and set fire to stores in a burst of violence rooted in the government’s plan to increase transit fares.
The funnel cloud destroyed buildings in the northern part of the city and left a Home Depot in tatters.
Tent encampments across California are testing residents’ tolerance and compassion as street conditions deteriorate.
Monday: Shedding light on Larry Itliong. Also: The benefits of immigrants to cities, and withering criticism of PG&E.
Working-class Republicans see Donald Trump as a white businessman who made a lot of money. The investigations only strengthen their kinship with him.
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With transmons and entanglement, scientists strive to put subatomic weirdness to work on the human scale.
Students angered over accusations of favoritism helped set off large protests that forced President Moon Jae-in to apologize and his justice minister to resign.
The senator acknowledged that he had an account under the name Pierre Delecto, which he used to monitor political conversations online and defend himself.
The reduction, which officials say could gradually drop the number of troops by several thousand, is happening even without any deal with the Taliban.
During a recent trip to Africa, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex offered a candid look into the struggles of dealing with the tabloid spotlight.
Aaron Rodgers and the Packers exploded against the Raiders, the 49ers stayed undefeated and Lamar Jackson outplayed Russell Wilson in the Ravens’ huge win.
Mr. Trump is taking a wrecking ball to the world order.
I didn’t want my daughter to experience survivor guilt or worse, to feel incomplete, as if she were part of a broken set.
He says his daughter was tricked by her husband into joining ISIS. We hear about one man’s battle to bring his family home from a war zone.
How long can politicians avoid real talk about how globalization has failed the middle class?
A new reserve unit, inspired by the Monuments Men of the World War II era, will aim to protect antiquities and important cultural sites in war zones.
Brain-training apps can’t match the several ways that exercise benefits the mind, research shows.
Millions of people are unaware that they have had a silent myocardial infarction and are at risk of having another attack that could cause severe damage or death.
A technology initially promoted to help cigarette smokers has transformed marijuana use, too. Now, with cases of severe lung illness rising, health investigators are warning people to stop vaping...
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Can the largest public school system in the U.S. educate students fairly if it’s also one of the most segregated?
He knew Democrats would criticize him. When Republicans started doing so, he changed his mind.
Another moment for public protest has arrived.
A month before invading Kurdish areas in Syria, Turkey’s president said he “cannot accept” the West’s restrictions that keep him from a bomb.
We dare not fail this test of our constitutional government.
Though the Mexican authorities have been criticized for releasing one of El Chapo’s sons back to gunmen, residents of Culiacán say the decision saved lives.
When the president runs amok, the House has a congressional duty to step in and provide oversight.
A lack of trust in Boris Johnson has delayed proceedings, once again.
Let us now praise these not-silent heroes.
Haitians say the violence and economic stagnation stemming from a clash between the president and the opposition are worse than anything they have ever experienced.
A former psychiatrist and real-estate speculator turned to helping the poor make money by selling foot pumps, charcoal and clean water.
Even for a president who often lards his online missives with typos, caps-lock abuses and errant exclamation points, Sunday’s Twitter missive on Syria contained an outsize number of errors.
Readers offer their answers. One jokes that “he gives narcissism a bad name.”
In his memoir “Long Way Home,” Michael Douglas’s oldest son examines the “demented death wish” that drove him to drugs and crime, shining a light on his famous family along the way.
The actress, known for her role in “My Cousin Vinny” and now starring in “The Rose Tattoo” on Broadway, reads an essay about a dying husband’s peculiar request.
In 2008, Terri Cheney went public about her mental illness. The essay led to a new career as a writer and an episode of the ‘Modern Love’ television series starring Anne Hathaway.
The museum is bigger and more demanding, but there’s more fun, and a sense of serendipity.
Michael Mayer’s revitalizing revival of this genially gruesome classic becomes a sly morality tale for the age of universal celebrity.
Nayland Blake’s one-bedroom apartment is filled from floor to ceiling with personal treasures and works by their community of queer artists.
Some of these suggestions are more aggressive, and make using the web less convenient, but they’ll definitely protect your privacy.
They’re far from us on the tree of life, and their brains are very different, and some scientists say we should take care before we assume that cephalopods sleep like we do.
Readers responded to Smarter Driving by scratching their heads over the fuel economy of premium gasoline, while others who admitted that they never used turn signals blamed the other guy.