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Irving, the All-Star guard who joined the Nets in the off-season, was brilliant, but the Timberwolves got the win.
Violators could face up to seven years in prison under the Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act.
And an army is blindly following.
Matt Ginsberg makes a crossword out of … well, you’ll see.
Toronto F.C. scored on a late penalty kick at Citi Field to eliminate New York City F.C., the top seed in the East.
Casting holes in a Trump conspiracy theory, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte revealed details of two visits to Rome by Attorney General William P. Barr.
When “Macbeth” meets McDonald’s, a meaty new musical is born.
The Senate backed Gov. Ron DeSantis’s decision to remove Mr. Israel over the botched response to the 2018 Parkland school shooting.
Quotation of the Day for Thursday, October 24, 2019.
The California freshman representative has denied the allegation, which would violate House rules.
Commissioner Rob Manfred said his office was working with the players’ union to change its drug-testing policy. He also addressed M.L.B.’s inquiry into Brandon Taubman’s clubhouse outburst.
Corrections appearing in print on Thursday, October 24, 2019.
Todos tenemos una edad cronológica, pero algunas personas se sienten más o menos jóvenes. Esa es la “edad subjetiva”, y su estudio tiene adeptos y críticos.
As more testimony is disclosed, it becomes clearer that President Trump’s only defense against impeachment is to distract from the facts.
After a number of days dominated by the findings of the Democratic-led investigation, Wednesday brought an unconventional Republican response.
Investigators said 166 children were abused since 1950, but victims’ groups said the number could be higher. They criticized the inquiry as overly reliant on the voluntary participation of the Catholic Church.
Rachel Maddow, Andrea Mitchell, Ashley Parker and Kristen Welker will moderate the debate. NBC News is preparing for the event as it faces scrutiny for recent controversies.
Vandals destroyed numerous signs remembering the 1955 lynching, mirroring the violence inflicted on the teenager himself.
The lawsuit says David Boies and Lisa Bloom used underhanded tactics to stop the actress from publicizing her sexual assault allegations against the producer.
La desalinización del agua del mar parece una solución a la creciente escasez de agua dulce, pero los costos financieros y energéticos limitan su potencial.
Lebanon’s protests, the largest since its independence, have moved from fury over the economy and corruption to demands for a new political system.
The impeachment inquiry is in some ways the culmination of a battle between the president and the government institutions he distrusted and disparaged.
Republicans stormed a secure room in the Capitol — and signaled a new strategy on impeachment.
Vote for the absolute bottom.
Does the Los Angeles F.C. star take soccer seriously enough? His critics, his former teams and even some of his rivals aren’t sure. Vela says he will win, or lose, on his terms.
Only polio virus Type 1 persists, and only in Pakistan and Afghanistan. But now mutant vaccine viruses are paralyzing some unvaccinated children.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Britain would have no more than a few months to negotiate a new trade agreement with Brussels, a process that typically takes years.
The 14-year-old appeared in “A Star Is Born” and “Dancing With the Stars: Juniors.”
Also this week, Exxon Mobil goes to court.
The electric-car maker’s revenue declined, but it said it had removed “substantial cost” from its operations.
La existencia de tantos estudios (muchas veces contradictorios) sobre los efectos de los refrescos dietéticos en la salud explica un grave problema de la investigación alimentaria.
In her 78 years at the Galerie St. Etienne in Manhattan, she promoted German and Austrian Expressionists as well as the celebrated American folk artist.
“The Policitian” star reads an essay about a fleeting but meaningful online relationship.
In this dystopian tale, a private treatment center turns privileged young women into smilingly compliant stereotypes.
In a disturbing experiment, imaging and facial recognition technologies were used to match research subjects to their M.R.I. scans.
A pitching duel turned into a blowout thanks to Washington’s six-run seventh inning, and the Nationals seized control of the series.
Jane Buckingham, who also wrote a “Modern Girl’s Guides” series, told the judge who set her sentence, “I know that I’ll never be able to forgive myself.”
The musician also added the author of a tweet that inspired the song’s signature “DNA test” line to the track’s credits.
A new radio show featuring Mr. Bannon and some Trump loyalists aims to add to the messaging in defense of the president.
In this week’s newsletter, Marc Stein shares his best guesses for what happens this season to Stephen Curry, the Clippers’ new star duo and Ben Simmons' 3-point shot.
Her book, “Stories of the Sahara,” has endured for generations of young Taiwanese and Chinese women yearning for independence from conservative social norms.
Ford Motor Co.’s third-quarter net income tumbled nearly 60 percent as the company booked $1.5 billion in charges mainly for restructuring, and Chinese and U.S. sales fell.
The company’s cloud computing efforts again pushed profits higher, to $10.7 billion in the latest quarter.
Google's quantum achievement.
The high number of casualties came a day after Defense Secretary Mark. T. Esper visited the country.
After playing saxophone with Machito, Tito Puente and Tito Rodriguez, he wrote arrangements for Linda Ronstadt and the movie “The Mambo Kings.”
People with high levels of trans fats in the blood were at higher risk for Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.
House Republicans staged a protest in the secure suite on Capitol Hill where the impeachment inquiry is proceeding, seeking to shift the focus away from damaging revelations about the president.