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Senior Republicans, tamping down speculation that support might be cracking, will come out strongly in favor of Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.
In a radio interview with Geraldo Rivera to be broadcast Monday, the president cast doubt on the sexual assault allegation against Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh.
High school girls said they recognized the way Mr. Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, was being criticized for speaking out.
Mr. Rosenstein talked last year about invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the president and secretly taping him. Those conversations were revealed last week.
In the turbulent days after the firing of James B. Comey, the deputy attorney general appeared conflicted about his role and wanted to expose administration dysfunction, people around him said.
The president’s advisers worry that he will be overly enthusiastic about engagement with adversaries, given his conviction that he can outmaneuver any leader or strike any deal.
China’s clout has kept Taiwan out of the United Nations. But as the General Assembly convenes in New York, the democracy of 23 million still intends to be heard.
After an attack that killed 25 people, including 12 members of the elite unit, Iran promises to strike back against the United States and its Gulf allies.
Companies are reconsidering where to put their factories as the trade war mounts, but few places can match China’s convenience and reliability.
As the acrimony intensifies, Beijing’s immediate worry is how the Chinese public will handle the trade war and what impact it might have on domestic stability.
A psychologist testified that Mr. Cosby had a personality disorder that drove him to seek sex with nonconsenting partners, a depiction that the defense challenged.
The renewal of Tiger Woods was not only good for him, but good for the sport as well.
Four back operations derailed Woods’s career, but he returned to the PGA Tour this season and at 42 staged one of the more remarkable comebacks in sports history, winning the Tour Championship.
Outsourcing this responsibility to female aides or an outside female lawyer because of bad optics is sexist and cowardly.
Sexual assault is excused as normal and forgivable. It’s not. Ask the women who’ve experienced it.
Show up on people’s doorsteps, and the recipe is simple: listen and offer compelling solutions and information that’s new to them that they can connect with their lives.
Humans keep finding ways to justify giving drugs and alcohol to animals.
The three pillars of the ideology — isolationism, protectionism and restricting immigration — were gaining popularity before Donald Trump became president and may outlast his tenure.
Dispute settlements and dairy tariffs go to the heart of how Canada sees its relationship with the United States.
Donald Trump’s chronic dishonesty threatens to infect his entire administration.
A reader deplores the outsize influence of the wealthy businessman Sheldon Adelson and his wife.
He has promised money for schools. There are several grass-roots efforts to spread the Montessori method that could really use some.
The way out of the impasse between the U.S. and China runs through the W.T.O., whether Donald Trump likes it or not.
Two university professors, 27 years apart, face the gauntlet to tell their searing stories about conservatives headed to the high court.
Restoration Hardware seemed doomed. Now, it’s a vast and booming bricks and mortar empire. What gives?
A Marine veteran shares the struggles of dating while on medication for his service-related PTSD and chronic pain.
Ms. Guyger fatally shot Mr. Jean, her neighbor, after entering his apartment. The killing gripped the city and led to protests against police brutality.
The C.I.A. director is supportive of the Trump administration’s diplomatic efforts, but reflects a widespread view that North Korea is reluctant to denuclearize.
Kors is acquiring the Italian fashion label amid a wave of consolidation within the industry.
Robert Greenblatt is stepping away with NBC No. 1 in the ratings. His departure comes at a time of nearly unprecedented change at the highest ranks of the broadcast networks.
Edward Lampert, the Sears chief executive whose hedge fund owns big chunks of the company’s debt, suggests selling stores and asking lenders to take equity stakes.
The moves to assert control over Catholic and Protestant churches reflect a broader effort to establish control over society under President Xi Jinping.
Representative Scott Taylor, whose campaign has been rocked by a petition scandal, joins a handful of other Republicans facing accusations of misconduct and unexpectedly close races.
Tens of thousands are seeking asylum, shelter and work, posing a challenge to the government and society of Nicaragua’s neighbor to the south.
A trial enrolling new patients resembles “an experiment that would be conducted on laboratory animals,” one advocacy group said.
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Melissa Clark has three recipes for vegetarian sheet-pan dinners, but if that doesn’t appeal, try braised chicken legs, pan pizza or spicy pork shoulder.
Hear new music from Lil Peep and XXXTentacion, Kesha, Rosanne Cash and others.
If your past feels bigger than whatever you can imagine in your future, it’s not a healthy sign. A single, focused question can help reframe things.
Fethi Sahraoui shot seasonal festivals that bring an annual burst of celebration and amusement to sleepy Algerian villages.
For the first time since 1966, when the Metropolitan Opera opened with Marc Chagall’s murals, an artist will exhibit paintings inside its main hall.
As they leave the road behind, Mr. Simon and Ms. Baez aren’t entirely looking back. Their farewell tours reached New York this weekend.
The series about a happy-go-lucky Honolulu private eye (the one that made Tom Selleck famous) joins CBS’s roster of macho reboots.
The tale of the rent-stabilized tenant with a house in the Berkshires is often used to point out the shortcomings of rent regulation. But there’s a flaw in that argument.
Researchers should embrace negative results instead of accentuating the positive, which is one of several biases that can lead to bad science.
By dosing the tentacled creatures with MDMA, researchers found they share parts of an ancient messaging system involved in social behaviors with humans.
The satellite, launched in April, has already identified at least 73 stars that may harbor exoplanets, most of them new to astronomers.
Genetic testing may help those at high risk take steps to prevent deadly cancers.