Airlines had to pay more for two optional upgrades that could warn pilots about sensor malfunctions. Boeing now plans to make one of the features standard.
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New Zealand’s prime minister moved swiftly to ban weapons of mass killing after a gunman attacked two mosques.
I am rooting for a demonstration to the world that the United States justice system works.
The high-end watch market is a strong investment vehicle for wealthy people.
Only by the bizarre logic of the U.S. pharmaceutical industry does this drug count as any kind of generic.
Knowing the odds of side effects and making sure to get periodic checkups that would pick up an adverse reaction, I chose to focus on the drugs’ potential benefits.
The American Museum of Natural History corrects a Native American story in full view of visitors, inviting them to “reconsider this scene.”
The announcement on Thursday from New Zealand’s prime minister came less than a week after a massacre at two mosques in Christchurch.
What this country needs is a president who knows how to default.
Other nations’ leaders learn from experience. But Congress and President Trump refuse to act on guns.
End-of-life decisions for animals are difficult. A veterinarian has developed a scale to help clear up the confusion.
Several women said Mr. Steinhardt made sexual requests of them while they were relying on or seeking his support. He denies many of the actions attributed to him.
Mr. Kushner and Ms. Trump’s use of private email accounts and an unofficial messaging service could violate federal records laws, a House committee chairman said.
Along the Missouri, John Remus controls a network of dams that dictates the fate of millions. ‘It was not designed to handle this.’
What appeared to be a cyst in a healthy fetus turned out to be an unformed twin “absorbed” early in pregnancy, connected by a second umbilical cord and still growing.
Sophisticated surveillance, once the domain of world powers, is increasingly available on the private market. Smaller countries are seizing on the tools — sometimes for darker purposes.
The particular sheen of America by Amtrak.
Too often, progressive policies are difficult for Americans to understand, use and benefit from.
Mr. Trump reversed decades of U.S. policy by declaring that Israel should have sovereignty over the Golan Heights — a move that has never been recognized internationally.
When Kurt Vonnegut was at work on his hugely influential antiwar novel, “he was writing to save his own life,” his daughter said.
Civic service as a way of life.
The college bribery scandal raises the concern that overprotected young children are ill-equipped to face challenges. Here’s advice for raising a self-sufficient child.
Today’s “snowplow parents” keep their children’s futures obstacle-free — even when it means crossing ethical and legal boundaries.
Our personal tech columnist didn’t lose touch with his true friends — but strange things did occur, including Instagram thinking he was a woman.
Broken-heart syndrome, a serious medical condition, may begin in the brain.
People who discovered that they enjoyed and felt capable of completing a weight-training session subsequently joined a new gym and showed up for workouts.
More than two years of criminal indictments and steady revelations about Trump campaign contacts with Russians reveal the scope of the special counsel investigation.
Jared Kushner, presidential adviser, and Josh Kushner, venture capitalist, both have ties to Saudi Arabia. Critics say that raises ethical questions.
How cataract surgery changed my life.
Research shows they might act more like boys when they’re young, struggling in school, but then face sexism when they’re grown.
A new study shows the benefits of giving people a clean slate.
With flooding already reaching historic levels in parts of the United States, federal scientists warn to expect more in the coming months.
Two years into President Trump’s term, many businesses appear to be increasingly prioritizing their balance sheets over political backlash caused by his efforts to compel them to build and hire.
How a target of students’ ire came to write a book about humanity’s transcendent goodness.
There are multiple ways to achieve universal coverage.
The travel guru believes the tiniest exposure to other cultures will change Americans’ entire lives.
The New Zealand attacker wanted you to think white people face existential decline. They don’t.
When the California congressman sued Twitter and several users, the cow account had 1,200 followers. It quickly surpassed his own following.
The president said he gave the Arizona senator “the funeral he wanted, and I didn’t get ‘thank you,’” escalating attacks on Mr. McCain that began over the weekend.
This ancient town on the Vietnamese coast has charm, history and beauty to spare. It is also budget-friendly, and for foodies, a delight.
A woman is suing the university for photographs taken 169 years ago of slaves she says are her ancestors. The images were taken as part of a racist study.
The 2008 crisis showed what happens when financial regulation is weakened while the economy is strong. The Trump administration is doing it again.
Three freshman lawmakers shatter stereotypes as they make waves.
In her enthralling study of interracial relationships, featuring a brilliant Daveed Diggs, Suzan-Lori Parks parses the lies we live by.
Overcoming life’s basic truth: Talent is universal, but opportunity is not.
But does anyone really think popular vote losers make better presidents?
Midwestern farmers were contending with freezing floodwaters and dead livestock, only the latest crisis in farm country. “There’s no harder business to be in,” one Nebraska man said.
Facebook said it had found no evidence of abuse and it was not requiring users to change their passwords, but you should do it anyway.
Being part of the disability community means constantly losing friends and allies. I don’t expect that to change.
While Ethiopian Airlines was among the first to install the Boeing 737 Max 8 simulator, the captain of Flight 302 had not trained on the simulator.
Carol Gilligan, author of the feminist classic “In a Different Voice,” reminds us that we’re all humans.
Many states are suddenly considering heartbeat bills, which would make it virtually impossible to get an abortion. That’s no accident.
Our subconscious programming — developed through our youth and on into adulthood — plays a huge role in how we survive or thrive at work. Here’s how your “attachment style” may affect your office relationships.
Hamburg residents held back the Missouri River in 2011, then had to take down the makeshift levee that saved them. Much of the town is now under water.
At 23, Elizabeth Pipko is better known as a model than a political operative, if she’s known at all. But through the president, she has become the face of a push to woo Jews to the Republican Party.
The short extension was conditioned on Parliament’s approving a withdrawal deal it has already rejected twice by decisive margins.
After the new 737 Max 8 jet went down in Indonesia, relatives of the victims say the airline is trying to buy their silence with a deal that also protected Boeing.
Peratrovich and her husband rallied Natives to ensure the passage of the 1945 Anti-Discrimination Act, the first anti-discrimination law in the United States.