A federal report on a State Department antiterrorism program said at least 10 bomb-sniffing dogs had died of medical issues from 2008 to 2016.
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The storm unexpectedly dropped 43 inches of water in a pocket south of Beaumont, making it the seventh wettest tropical cyclone in United States history.
What started as a joke has attracted visitors from all over the world to tiny, desolate Nevada towns.
The practice, which the bureau says is vital to counterterrorism efforts, casts a much wider net than previously disclosed, newly released documents show.
In a policy reversal, the Trump administration said it would allow some immigrants to avoid deportation while undergoing lifesaving medical treatment.
The authorities outlined a disturbing pattern in which they say that Mr. Buck traded drugs and money for sexual favors. They said there were at least 11 victims.
From the ruins of the storm rose a grass-roots movement that unseated a governor. But what happens now?
Tropical Depression Imelda was nowhere near as widespread as Hurricane Harvey. But in some areas, the flooding was worse.
Registered nurses with National Nurses United say current nurse-to-patient ratios do not allow for the best possible care.
The crash of a tour bus with 30 people aboard happened near Bryce Canyon National Park, the authorities said.
The administration’s prospective deal with India could be a boon to some farmers and businesses, but it is much smaller than a traditional trade pact.
The strike by the United Auto Workers, in its fifth day, is causing layoffs in related operations but has not yet resulted in shortages at dealers.
The president says he will not accept an interim trade deal and accused China of building up its military with funds earned through unfair trade practices.
The American military carried out an airstrike Thursday against Islamic State fighters in southern Libya in a reminder of the terrorist group’s resilience.
Iowa Democrats are trying to make the state’s first-in-the-nation presidential nominating contest more accessible by allowing some voters to organize satellite caucuses.
James Verini is out with “They Will Have to Die Now,” a book about the battle of Mosul and its consequences.
More than 6,000 veterans took their own lives each year between 2008 and 2017, and roughly 20 a day since 2014, according to statistics released Friday.
My job as a Times news assistant followed me through every step of the naturalization process.
The scale of suspensions, following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, was far larger than the social network had previously revealed.
The agreement would prevent migrants from crossing the border and obtaining asylum in the United States by requiring them to seek protection in El Salvador first.
Vice Chair Richard Clarida signaled another cut could be coming but stopped short of promising one, saying the Fed is taking decisions one by one.
It’s a muscle that needs consistent flexing.
Mr. Trump has been prodding the Ukrainian government to investigate Mr. Biden and his family, but the new whistle-blower complaint has drastically raised the stakes.
California, joined by 23 other states, sued to block the administration’s unprecedented reversal of the state’s authority to set its own rules on climate-warming car emissions.
The National Labor Relations Board has moved to reverse a 2016 ruling that eased the way for organizing at private universities.
The most trusted leader of them all? The public school principal.
Friday: An itinerary for an adventure in the mountains and lakes of California. Also: A profile of the activist Ady Barkan, and a Silicon Valley telltale heart.
Anxious about the future and angry about the failure to curb the crisis, hundreds of thousands joined an urgent call for action against climate change.
Here’s what you need to know.
An organic effort by black millennials and Gen Z-ers to influence older family members against Mr. Biden may be important in the Democratic primary.
Raising children, keeping a job and riding horses for a cheering crowd — life on the all-black professional rodeo circuit.
Merriam-Webster announced an additional definition for “they”: a third-person, singular pronoun for nonbinary people. And Oxford has been criticized for its entry under “woman.”
One of the country’s fastest-growing cities has seen a surge in homegrown distilleries that are drawing customers with tasting rooms, restaurants and bottle shops.
The Vermont senator benefited from a wave of enthusiasm from young people in 2016. Many still love him, but not him alone.
Hundreds of Nigerians fleeing mob attacks have been airlifted out of South Africa, leaving behind their jobs and stores, homes and hopes.
After a blockbuster acquisition, Bayer may lose billions over claims that the No. 1 agricultural chemical is unsafe. But its market niche seems secure.
Evidence suggests more American women are “self-managing” their abortions.
A nascent group in California offers a model for organizing a far-flung work force, and wielding political influence, through innovative technology.
Activists urged the Gates Foundation not to recognize India’s prime minister with a prestigious award. They accuse him of leading India into “deadly chaos.”
In discussions with his staff, Mr. Trump has made clear he wants to accomplish something big, but seems stymied as to what it might be, according to interviews with a half-dozen aides and advisers.
In a pretrial hearing for the accused 9/11 plotters at Guantánamo Bay, the agent acknowledged previously unconfirmed collaboration with the interrogation program.
When it comes to diplomatic visits, the president seems to prefer being the guest rather than the host.
With Democrats in control, the House gave the long-suffering movement for statehood a hearing for the first time in more than 20 years.
He is accused of spending years gathering intelligence on sites in New York, including airports, tunnels and bridges.
Behind the neon-green ruffles, a manifestation of a reality TV presidency.
The company said the cost of fighting lawsuits brought by states could jeopardize its owners’ ability to contribute $3 billion to a national opioids settlement.