Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
While Melania Trump said that “both sides” need to come together to solve the problem, Laura Bush laid responsibility at the feet of the administration.
As a growing number of families are separated as part of the Trump administration’s attempt to control illegal immigration, some parents are being deported before recovering their children.
He came from Mexico and got his green card, his family said. Now, immigration officials have put him in jail because of a misdemeanor conviction from nearly 20 years ago.
Trump administration cutbacks have left some prisons short on correctional officers, requiring other workers to step in.
The American businessman, who lives in Singapore, took advantage of an unusual opening in an administration where matters of policy and business often seem to blur.
Until now, the Cyber Command has assumed a largely defensive posture, but in the spring the Defense Department opened the door to nearly daily raids on foreign networks, seeking to head off attacks.
The authorities said the man who was killed was believed to be one of several gunmen who opened fire early Sunday morning at the Art All Night festival.
One person was killed and at least 17 injured when a shooting broke out at an all-night arts festival in Trenton early Sunday.
Gaming disorder is being recognized for the first time by the World Health Organization. But of the few treatment options available, most are uninsured and unproven.
Google and Facebook are struggling to catch up with Twitch, a service that Amazon bought four years ago for $1.1 billion.
Hirving Lozano’s first-half goal and sturdy second-half defense gave Mexico a 1-0 victory over Germany.
A quake was “possibly because of mass jumping” — moments after the Mexican men’s soccer team scored a goal against powerhouse Germany.
Mexico wrote its plan for victory over Germany six months ago. That it worked, that the Germans were that predictable, should set off alarms.
So much Trump-era political and cultural analysis completely ignores us.
Is the White House press secretary about to quit? If she does, here’s one way she’ll be remembered.
A crystal is not going to heal me. But what’s wrong with hope?
Family separation is one of the most callous policies Trump has implemented.
He brings a combination of intelligence, enthusiasm and empathy that is so desperately needed in Washington.
Two charts show what’s happened to the American economy over the past quarter century.
A Pakistani writer recalls how, as a child, her father and his bookshelf introduced her to political humor and foretold her choice of career.
What would happen if Trump really goes there?
The United States has the most fearsome cyberweaponry on the planet, but we won’t use it for fear of what will come next.
The couple abruptly released their long-rumored joint album, “Everything Is Love,” a statement of solidarity in the face of personal and institutional challenges.
For some women in West London’s Afro-Caribbean communities, beauty pageants nurtured racial pride and self-expression.
After years of focusing primarily on pinot noir, winemakers in the Willamette Valley have turned their attention to chardonnay with excellent results.
“We were the first to be here, and for the first time in this war a German soldier looked upon the coast of the U.S.A.”
Mr. Duque defeated a leftist rival by tapping into dissatisfaction with the economy and a contentious peace deal with rebels.
The Pixar movie had the best-ever opening for an animated release, benefiting from rapturous word of mouth. Ticket buyers gave it a rare A-plus in exit polls.
Koepka, 28, finished at one over par for the tournament, closing with a two-under 68 at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club and becoming the first man since 1989 to win the title in consecutive years.
Fourteen people were packed into the vehicle, which was speeding 100 miles per hour when it rolled over, the authorities said.
An estimated 1,000 young women took part in sessions like “How Political Correctness Is Making Everyone Stupid” and displayed enthusiasm they hope to see for Republicans in the midterm elections.
New York City screens students for more than 20 percent of its middle and high schools, creating tiers of educational opportunity that often leave out blacks and Hispanics.
Wall Street is betting that the trade frictions won’t derail the United States’ strong economy. But will investors shrug off an escalation?
The brief cease-fire injected hope into the Afghan peace process, as Taliban fighters mingled with government forces. It also raised fear that insurgents may have used the peace to infiltrate cities.
When the summer heat really sets in, it’s tough to get a good night’s sleep. Here are a few tips to help you find some relief.
Research suggests that people heed negative reviews more than positive ones — despite their questionable credibility.
Impostor syndrome is not a unique feeling, but some researchers believe it hits minority groups harder.
For its first Pride program, the Joyce is pairing Madboots and Sean Dorsey Dance, whose documentary dance work explores the AIDS epidemic.
Helen’s new life in Los Angeles seems perfect; Noah’s definitely does not. But things are rarely so simple in this show of shifting perspectives.
A space opening this month in Paris will display the substantial holdings of the artist’s foundation and explore his influence on contemporary works.
Having returned from the brink of financial disaster, the Hallé Orchestra in northern England is a chief custodian of its country’s repertory.
In “The Strange Order of Things,” Antonio Damasio makes a case for the centrality of emotion in our understanding of life on earth and how we came to be.
Even as astronomers await a verdict on construction of a huge telescope on Mauna Kea, they are still trying to figure out how to pay for the next stargazing Goliaths.
It’s not just what makes males into males. The sex chromosome also influences health in hidden ways, some experts believe, and may even explain why men have shorter life spans.
A vigorous retiree suddenly couldn’t eat a thing. Is the problem in his stomach or his head?
The class is part of a broader effort to shed scientific light on fathers’ roles in child and family well-being.