Thousands of immigrants who were chasing the dream of owning a New York taxi were trapped in reckless loans by bankers who made huge profits, The Times found.
The government profited and looked away as thousands of immigrant taxi drivers in New York were ravaged by exploitative loans.
Anti-money laundering specialists proposed filing “suspicious activity reports” about transactions connected to President Trump and his son-in-law. Bank managers said no.
The longstanding verity that Americans vote with their pocketbook may be tested in the presidential election like never before, as Trump injects cultural and identity issues into the race.
The billionaire former casino mogul recently gave hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Republican National Committee, and was spotted at a Trump re-election fund-raiser.
An Ebola outbreak in eastern Congo — the second-largest in history — is escalating in part because locals don’t trust health workers and government officials.
A new scandal in Austria that led to the collapse of the coalition government there served as a reminder that Russia has deep ties to many populist parties.
Mr. Modi, one of India’s most powerful and divisive leaders in decades, seems to have emerged relatively unscathed from complaints about joblessness and distress on farms.
With only one episode left, “Game of Thrones” won’t tie up every loose end. But there are still several major mysteries that need resolution.
Exit polls in India point at second term for Modi.
Donald Trump’s use of executive clemency may be lawful, but it is in no way normal.
Plot Twist: In Season 2 of Trumpworld, Trump tries to restrain his crazy advisers, rather than vice versa.
Power is a story told by women. For centuries, men have colonized storytelling. That era is over.
We know that. But the “privacy paradox” means we still act like we are.
And Yemenis are paying the price.
Warmer weather brings daffodils, rhubarb at the farmer’s market — and, for some, despair.
Are we writing for other disabled people, for the nondisabled, or for everyone? The work of these poets speaks for itself.
Nonprofits should not allow themselves to be used by the wealthy to scrub their consciences.
How a war in the Middle East would wreck Trump’s grand strategy.
He’s crisscrossing Europe because he believes it’s a bellwether for the United States. The scary thing is he could be right.
Is a city still a city if urban living is a luxury good?
Will kids still do what they like when it won’t help them get into college?
The woman behind a pernicious and racist myth didn’t represent anyone or anything but her own striking criminal enterprise.
How the rest of the country can follow them.
South of Marrakesh, the Draa Valley still exerts an indefinable pull, retaining traces of its now almost-vanished Berber kingdom.
Gen X set the precedent for today’s social justice warriors and capitalist super-soldiers. Enjoy, and also, sorry!
Depending on ticket sales, the R-rated musical fantasia about Elton John could have ripple effects for its star, its studio and the wider film industry.
Valerie Cincinelli, a New York City police Officer, paid $7,000 and suggested the best ways to kill her estranged husband, and her boyfriend’s daughter, according to a federal complaint.
The R-rated thriller was No. 1 in North America with $57 million in ticket sales, by far a series best. Two other new wide-release movies flopped.
Mr. Amash, a Michigan Republican, found no other members of Congress from his party joining him after he said the president’s behavior met the “threshold for impeachment.”
The nighttime explosion rattled residents, though no one was hurt.
The turmoil came just days after newly elected members started their first session after elections plagued by vote-rigging and bribery.
The only public hearing into what happened to Mr. Garner — who exclaimed “I can’t breathe” as he died from a police chokehold — takes a microscopic view of a galvanizing event, our columnist writes.
The billionaire Robert F. Smith said in a commencement address at Morehouse College on Sunday that his family would eliminate the new graduates’ student loans.
A severe drought this year led to restrictions for the Panama Canal. The rains are now returning, but weather patterns are likely to make limits more commonplace in years to come.
In 1969, three college students in New Jersey built a network of 10,000 volunteers to lower the voting age. Now, campaigns are sprouting up again.
A need and desire to be in motion may have been bred into our DNA before we even became humans.
The more comfortable you can get with the tools you own, the more you can spend time perfecting flavor rather than worrying about technique.
Tanya Pushkine and Paul Luykx had different approaches to dating. She was scattershot; he was methodical — and excessive.
From planning their next tour to going out for sushi, the Met brothers are, for the most part, inseparable.
The film star is nominated for a Tony for “All My Sons,” a play with which she has a personal connection.
Light, sharp, speedy dinners, like a chicken Caprese, pasta primavera with asparagus and peas, and a brightly flavored baked fish.
Brenda Wineapple’s “The Impeachers” is a revealing history of the trial of Andrew Johnson in 1868.
Efforts to inspire more action against climate change have moved from trying to scare you to telling how you can make a difference.
The F.D.A. has taken an industry-friendly approach toward companies using unproven cell cocktails to treat people desperate for relief from aging or damaged joints.
Workouts tailored to the needs of transgender people who want to build strength after surgery.
Ten years after diagnosis, could I finally dispense with chemical sleeping aids?