Russian meddling, data sharing, hate speech — the social network faced one scandal after another. This is how Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg responded.
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Let every day be Sadie Hawkins Day.
Russian Disinformation: From Cold War to Kanye
What was once a Democratic pipe dream is now a real possibility.
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The Ohio senator has solved the mystery of how to win as a Democrat in a right-leaning Midwestern state. Is that a viable path to success in 2020?
Remember that you can be thoroughly anti-Trump without being completely Trump-obsessed.
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An investigation by The New York Times revealed how Facebook fought back against critics during a flood of crises — with delays, denials and an influence campaign in Washington.
Yoshitaka Sakurada appeared not to know what a USB drive was, and told lawmakers that when it was necessary to use a computer, “I order my employees or secretaries” to do it.
The trend toward broadening tastes at auction picked up steam at Christie’s with the Hockney and new highs for works by two African-American artists.
Thousands of ballots have been rejected in Florida because voters’ signatures don’t match what’s on file. Democrats are arguing that’s disenfranchisement.
Rapid consolidation has created powerful groups of hospitals, with organizations dictating prices and fueling health spending in some areas of the country.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company’s stock has been cut almost in half since last week as investors assess the potential payout if its equipment is found to blame.
A promising wide receiver hit rock bottom with mental illness and is among a number of college athletes learning about, and dealing with, depression.
The kingdom’s prosecutor acknowledged that Saudi agents dismembered the dissident, but said the killing was not premeditated. Five agents face the death penalty.
Americans and the British love to mock how we talk. But they can’t imitate it.
For over a decade, three tenured professors “leered at, groped, sexted, intoxicated and even raped” students, according to the complaint.
On the eve of the Federalist Society’s annual convention, leading conservative lawyers criticized Trump’s attacks on the justice system and the news media.
The resignations, which came the morning after Prime Minister Theresa May appeared to have gained cabinet approval for a withdrawal plan, cast doubt on her leadership.
Don and Melania and the gang, doing their thing.
The agency jettisons expert panels providing guidance on important health and environmental issues.
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The social network faced scrutiny for working with the consulting firm, which tried to discredit critics and rivals of the Silicon Valley giant.
Cassandra Levesque, 19, had once urged New Hampshire lawmakers to raise the age of marriage in the state. Now she’s been elected to vote on state laws herself.
At the Jimmy Buffett-branded community, a hint at how an increasingly long-lived species might choose to spend its extra decades.
Looking to the future has always defined humanity. Will A.I. become the best crystal ball of all?
The agency declined to prohibit sales of the popular vaping flavors, and will begin the process to outlaw menthol cigarettes.
The French president refused to be drawn into a tit-for-tat with President Trump, who had leveled a scathing personal attack against him.
The New York metropolitan area was unprepared to deal with a predicted snowfall on Thursday.
A new study found that the United States could store enough carbon in natural landscapes to offset all the cars and trucks on the road.
Home prices are out of reach relative to incomes and mortgage rates. The big question for the economy is how the imbalance adjusts.
On the 500th anniversary of the painter’s birth, our critic set himself a challenge: to see all of Tintoretto’s major works, spread around Venice at 23 locations.
Why do they drag on interminably? Because one side lacks the means to win and the other lacks the will.
He and Buck Owens were hosts of a long-running prime-time TV variety show that helped bring country music into mainstream American pop culture.
The city has what the company wants, talent. Why pay them $1.5 billion to come?
The toxic smoke is a bleak backdrop and an apt metaphor for where Silicon Valley finds itself.
Four decades after the Communist movement’s reign of terror, two surviving senior leaders are held accountable in a genocide verdict that opens the door for other rulings.
In 2016, hundreds of millions of people in India got internet access. They helped make T-Series the most watched YouTube channel in the world.
Amid a record number of Democratic women elected to Congress, the number of Republican women in Congress next year will actually drop. The dynamic is similar in state legislatures.
Senators have staked the success of the bipartisan agreement on President Trump, but powerful pockets of opposition remain among some law enforcement officials and conservative lawmakers.
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Ramabai traveled around India in the 19th century to give lectures on women’s emancipation and established one of the country’s first women’s shelters and schools.
The word, which is increasingly applied to nonphysical things, beat out others, including “gaslighting,” “incel” and “techlash.”
Investigators looking for the cause of the most devastating wildfire in California history will begin with the premise that human beings were probably responsible.
Brazil’s far-right president-elect, Jair Bolsonaro, said a program that sends thousands of Cuban doctors to underserved regions of his country amounted to “slave labor.”
Trump says he wants more immigrants to come in legally. The economy needs them. So why are we making it so hard?
Rick Scott and Bill Nelson were facing a manual recount in the Senate battle. The Republican, Ron DeSantis, appears to have won governor’s race over Andrew Gillum.
On an otherwise bleak night for North Dakota Democrats, a Native American woman unseated the architect of the very law tribes had feared would disenfranchise them.
The Putian network of 8,000 facilities, which expanded rapidly with little government oversight, is facing national outrage and scrutiny over a death and fraud allegations.
The prime minister’s residence in Canada has been in bad shape for years, but in a country where it’s political poison for officials to spend money on themselves, the renovation debate rages on.
The transit agency said it needs an influx of new funding to avoid serious consequences for subway and bus riders.
Thanks to genetically engineered pigs, the donor-organ shortage could soon be a thing of the past.
The current president is pushing closer to fascism than even the man behind Watergate.
We changed queer literature, and the world, by writing our own stories. With disability, we can do it again.
There is a reason that scores of watch companies have operations in La Chaux-de-Fonds and its neighbor, Le Locle.
The British botanist Anna Atkins published her evocative cyanotypes of algae and seaweed 175 years ago. Now, the New York Public Library is celebrating her innovation.
In the Ladakh region of northern India, the town of Leh is known for its beauty and culture, and for the experience of buying a cashmere scarf.