If Robert S. Mueller III, the special counsel, finds evidence that Mr. Trump broke the law, he will have decisions to make about how to proceed. We explain them.
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A federal judge in Manhattan ruled on Wednesday that President Trump’s practice of blocking Twitter users who criticize him is unconstitutional.
Collusion, collusion, collusion. Does Donald Trump’s fate hang on only that?
The meeting was scheduled for June 12 in Singapore, and Mr. Trump said it “will not take place.” But he later said it could still happen.
Ms. Abrams is the first black woman in the U.S. to be a major party’s nominee for governor. A Democrat, Ms. Abrams will test just how much the state’s conservative politics are shifting.
Owners voted to fine teams if their players do not stand during the national anthem, though players will be allowed to stay in the locker room if they choose.
Interviews and newly obtained documents provide the Pentagon’s first public on-the-ground accounting of one of the bloodiest battles the military has faced in Syria since deploying to fight ISIS.
Mr. Roth won almost all the major literary awards and published an exceptional sequence of historical novels in his 60s, an age when many writers are winding down.
The cases seek a verdict on “post truth” culture and on Mr. Jones, a Trump ally who reaps millions peddling bogus claims about an American tragedy.
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Decades after Johnson was convicted under the Mann Act, his case drew significant attention as a gross miscarriage of justice.
Self-criticism can take a toll on our minds and bodies. It’s time to ease up.
“Fashion does not take care of its people. No one is going to take care of me, except I am going to take care of myself.”
In the last 16 years, most of the damages caused by catastrophes like wildfires and hurricanes have been concentrated in just a few areas.
Research shows that it’s not the far right or far left that is the least supportive of democracy and the most supportive of authoritarianism. It’s the center.
A business partner of Michael Cohen, President Trump’s personal lawyer, pleaded guilty to tax evasion and is said to be working with law enforcement.
Mr. Weinstein is expected to turn himself in to the police on Friday to face first- and third-degree rape charges, law enforcement officials said.
The State Department said a U.S. government employee posted in Guangzhou had signs of possible brain injury. But it has not identified a cause.
President Trump on Thursday sent a letter to the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un canceling their highly anticipated summit on June 12 to discuss denuclearization.
Police conduct toward black people has been a fraught issue in Milwaukee. The city’s mayor said: ‘As a human being, I am offended by what I saw.’
Mr. Kushner’s F.B.I. background check had dragged on, fueling questions about whether the special counsel had found evidence that made him a security risk.
Concerned evangelicals staged a revival in Liberty University’s backyard to challenge Jerry Falwell Jr. and his alliance with President Trump.
Aaron Schlossberg, who insulted Spanish-speaking workers at a New York restaurant, apologized on social media. One lawmaker said: “Too little too late.”
When a fourth-grade teacher was murdered in 1985, her husband, the beloved high school principal, was arrested for the crime. Could he have done it?
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He says there’s a crisis in masculinity. Why won’t women — all these wives and witches — just behave?
Iran’s long-range missile program was thought to be dormant, but researchers see evidence that it may have resumed.
BMW and Mercedes-Benz rebuffed Apple’s overtures for a self-driving car partnership, according to people familiar with the talks.
The bipartisan legislation will now head to President Trump, leaving fewer than 10 big banks subject to stricter post-crisis oversight.
The officer said he fired his gun because he had been assaulted, but a neighbor said there were no signs of an attack.
To comply with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation, which goes into effect on May 25, internet companies have been updating their data policies. Here’s how you can benefit.
“Drain the swamp” jabs were abundant on Twitter, but joking aside, the phrase has some geological merit. There is a “legitimate swamp” around the White House, an expert said.
A chant passed by word of mouth from Italian terraces to Portuguese ultras in a Germany subway to English fans ready to bring it to Ukraine, and a final against Real Madrid.
The minister, Inger Stojberg, said fasting Muslims should stay home from work “to avoid negative consequences for the rest of Danish society.”
This simulation shows it’s not so simple.
A violent tackle is forcing Japan to ask difficult questions about football’s place in society. “I wasn’t strong enough to say no.”
The genome obviously varies from person to person. But it can also vary from cell to cell, even within the same individual. The implications of “mosaicism” are enormous.
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“What he’s done is create an echo chamber,” said one user who was blocked for suggesting that President Trump had a crush on Hillary Clinton.