An intense, three-week manhunt came to an end when the suspect, Mark Anthony Conditt, drove into a ditch and blew himself up, the police said.
The 23-year-old is believed to be linked to six bombs that killed at least two people and injured five.
“We had a very good call,” President Trump told reporters in the Oval Office after speaking with the Russian leader after his re-election. “We will probably be meeting in the not-too-distant future.”
President Trump also indirectly criticized Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, for the ongoing investigation into Russia’s 2016 campaign meddling.
Six months ago, chemical weapons experts celebrated Russia’s disarmament. Now they are investigating Britain’s allegation of a secret weapons program.
Amid a data scandal this week, Mr. Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, and Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer, have been nowhere to be found in public.
In Menlo Park, Calif., Facebook is building a real community and testing the proposition: Do people love tech companies so much they will live inside them?
Alex Stamos, Facebook’s chief information security officer, who plans to leave the company by August, is known in Silicon Valley for his strong stands.
President Trump insisted on the agreements, but it’s an open secret in the West Wing they can’t be enforced.
Melania Trump has long said she wants to curb online bullying. Her efforts often clash with the president's habit of using Twitter to insult people.
A state judge has ruled that Summer Zervos, who accused Mr. Trump of groping her, can sue him for defamation for calling her a liar.
The Federal Reserve, buoyed by a strengthening economy, raised rates for a sixth time in three years and indicated another two increases are still expected this year.
Lawmakers must approve the bill by midnight Friday to avoid a government shutdown this weekend, which would be the third closure this year.
Nations are protecting vast expanses of open sea but their first priority should be their richly biodiverse coastal waters.
Anna Campbell could not stand by as President Assad, Russia, Turkey and the Islamic State waged war on Syrian Kurds.
A Bedouin lesson for handling President Trump and Vladimir Putin.
It was television, not Facebook, that made him president.
In a speech this week, the president laid out a plan to address the crisis that was at turns thin on details and alarming in content.
I made over 50 helicopter assaults during Vietnam. Each one had a story.
What’s behind President Trump’s curious silence about a porn star and her story?
More of the same means that things are only getting worse. And yet.
The embattled Republican incumbent survived a primary race against a conservative challenger and now faces a serious threat from Mr. Pritzker.
A suicide attack on Persian New Year killed at least 31, leaving relatives to search for loved ones among body parts strewn outside a hospital in the Afghan capital.
In a surprising turn, militants released most of the students they seized more than a month ago, though several are thought to have died in their hands.
Ralph Peters, a retired lieutenant colonel, sent an email to his colleagues saying he was “ashamed” of what the channel had become.
The destruction of the nuclear plant in 2007 was well known in the rest of the world, but the Israeli news media was banned from reporting on it until now.
Planes are grounded and trains are canceled as snow spreads from Washington to Boston.
Emmanuel Macron is hoping to win where others failed by reducing railway workers’ benefits, part of a plan to reshape the economy and society.
The chief American envoy to the Iran nuclear talks is banking on political savvy and Midwestern earnestness to salvage the deal that President Trump wants to scrap.
A Manhattan congestion plan faces not only political challenges but also divisions over whether E-ZPass is the right technology to make it a reality.
A canine-friendly showing of “Isle of Dogs” brought out that rare breed: cinephile dogs and their owners.
For years, the Danish photographer watched commuters near Grand Central Terminal, spotting the same figures, gestures and expressions, again and again.
The geneticist at Harvard Medical School has retrieved DNA from more than 900 ancient people. His findings trace the prehistoric migrations of our species.
Experts say parents should acknowledge sexting as an aspect of teen relationships and include it in conversations about safety and respect.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that an outbreak of the virus means that travelers should get the vaccine before a trip.
Go on, treat yourself. We talked to financial and food experts alike for their tips to dine out on a dime.
On skylights, bathroom barn doors, when not to DIY and breaking up with your contractor.
Want guns out of your stock portfolio? Sick of bad actors like Wells Fargo and Equifax? You’ll face at least seven challenges when making an investing plan.
In “Dear Madam President,” the Clinton campaign’s former communications director, Jennifer Palmieri, tells young women how to succeed in politics.
In his 12th season, Redick painstakingly plans everything from his naps to his shots. It’s helped him steady a 76ers team that is poised to reach the playoffs again.
The German photographer, as guest editor of a prestigious annual collection of essays, considers the increasing rejection of facts in political and social discourse.
Yotam Ottolenghi transforms plain rice into creative, alluring, seasonless vegetarian dishes
What happens on Page 76 in four of this season’s books, as envisioned by the artist Sam McKinniss.
The disease, which until recently seemed to be under control in Venezuela, is making an aggressive comeback in the nation, overwhelming its broken health care system.
Just two members of the charismatic subspecies remain, both female. But scientists still hope to prevent the extinction of the animals.
“Hippocratic,” a documentary about Dr. M.R. Rajagopal, who helps India’s dying, shows the desperate need for the same drugs maligned for causing overdoses.
Oral health cannot properly be considered apart from the health of the rest of the body.