President Trump’s efforts have exposed him to accusations of obstruction of justice as Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, finishes his work.
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.
Held in a refugee camp in Syria, the two female recruits said they regretted joining the Islamic State and asked for a second chance.
Ms. Begum’s family said it was “very disappointed with the Home Office’s intention to have an order made depriving Shamima of her citizenship.”
The move comes a day after California filed a lawsuit challenging President Trump’s emergency declaration over a border wall.
In the face of sharp opposition and questions about how to pay for it, construction of California’s high-speed rail line is roaring ahead.
House Democrats say a proposed nuclear power venture in Saudi Arabia could expose conflicts of interests in the Trump administration and possible violations of law.
A German-led tank battalion with Dutch soldiers gives a glimpse of what a “real European army” may look like one day, though the obstacles are huge.
“He represents the soul of fashion,” said Anna Wintour of Vogue, “restless, forward-looking and voraciously attentive to our changing culture.”
The late Chanel designer’s peers — including Florence Welch, Carine Roitfeld and Donatella Versace — reflect on his wit, generosity and boundless talent.
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North Carolina officials present evidence a Republican operative stole a House race.
William Weld has offered a glimmer of hope to disillusioned conservatives. But many Republicans once opposed to Trump are jumping on the president’s 2020 bandwagon.
It fires gay workers, vilifies gay priests and alienates parishioners who can’t make any sense of this.
Fractures are growing among both Democrats and Republicans.
The military should stand down and allow in urgently needed food and medical supplies.
Contention over the I.N.F. missile control treaty is complicated by suspicions on both sides that the other has broken its rules.
The president’s move has already been challenged in court. Win or lose, he is almost certainly forcing an alarming judicial precedent.
The Department of Education secretary has been uniquely brazen, and unpatriotic, in her deregulation campaign. It’s time that she answered for her actions.
What keeps Saudi Arabia and Pakistan together.
An object lesson in what happens when people in positions of political and cultural authority indulge their biases by suspending disbelief.
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Two new books, “How to Disappear,” by Akiko Busch, and “Silence,” by Jane Brox, explore the benefits of tuning out.
Bistro Pierre Lapin, a very nostalgic restaurant from the chef Harold Moore, celebrates cream sauces, frogs’ legs and other retro delights.
They were scholarship students in the 1970s, and now they are all at center stage of the drama surrounding American talks with the Taliban.
After Mr. Stone posted the photo, which depicted the judge overseeing his criminal case, she called a new hearing to reconsider the conditions of his release.
France’s major political parties and Jewish organizations organized rallies across the country against anti-Semitism, responding to a sharp spike in incidents targeting Jewish people and sites.
The editor, Goodloe Sutton, made a name exposing corruption in the 1990s, but his call for the Klan to “go up there and clean out D.C.” has prompted calls for his resignation.
Newcombe, a teammate of Jackie Robinson’s, was an overpowering righty as a rookie of the year, an M.V.P. and the first Cy Young Award winner.
The victims, who immigrated in 2017, ranged in age from 4 months to 15 years old. The cause of the early-morning blaze in Nova Scotia remains under investigation.
A decline in residential real estate has led several recessions. With construction still in a multiyear slump, it seems unlikely to be the culprit this year.
Mr. Sanders, the runner-up in the 2016 Democratic primaries, is embarking on a bid that will test whether he can retain the anti-establishment appeal he enjoyed with liberals three years ago.
Plans to ship Moscow’s trash to the provinces are aggravating economic unrest. Confidence in Russia’s direction and in President Vladimir V. Putin have dropped.
Thousands of French people are coming to live in Quebec and discovering that a common language doesn’t necessarily mean a common culture.
Finding out you have a chronic illness — one that will, by definition, never go away — changes things, both for you and those you love.
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.
It’s all about reducing single-use plastics.
With the romanticized but dangerous and dirty trade languishing, Pete Hawk captured chimney sweeps at work, toiling above treetops in the City of Light.
The Flying Fathers were like the Harlem Globetrotters on skates. Now a group of priests are trying to bring them back.
One of the most frustrating aspects of renting a vacation home online — perhaps second only to a rental not resembling its photos or description — is what is missing.
A dollhouse is the one domestic space both completely under — and reasonably within — your control.
A shortlist of places to find wholesome food, color-therapy yoga — and even a lavender latte.
Many agencies that offer donated embryos, including most of those supported by federal grants, are affiliated with Christian or anti-abortion rights organizations.
So-called conservative management can ease symptoms without dialysis in some people with kidney disease. But many of them are never given the option.
Although earlier studies in animals suggested a connection, the new research should reassure parents whose children need surgery, experts say.
Foods most often associated with intolerances were chocolate, food additives, citrus fruits, fish, shellfish, milk, cheese, eggs and nuts.