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The president’s hint of flexibility came after North Korea declared last week that it would never agree to unilaterally surrender its weapons and threatened to cancel a June summit meeting.
North Korean denuclearization is off the table, at least in the short term. But there are other outcomes from the planned summit talks that President Trump might accept.
South Korea moved to confront growing doubts about whether the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong-un would actually take place.
The bipartisan legislation will now head to President Trump, leaving fewer than 10 big banks subject to stricter post-crisis oversight.
The president said that there had been no agreement to provide relief to the Chinese telecom firm in return for trade concessions, though he left the door open to a future pact.
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. Cohen’s $1 million contract with an oligarch-linked investment firm yielded little in the way of deals. But he and the firm’s chief became closely connected in business and fund-raising.
The politically liberal Ms. Abrams will test just how much Georgia’s traditionally conservative politics are shifting and whether a black woman can win the governor’s office in the Deep South.
Ms. McGrath won without the backing of national Democrats. A viral video about her military experience helped generate more than $1 million in donations.
Mr. Ryan’s fractious conference is a management problem for him, but now he is caught between conservatives and moderates on immigration, the special counsel and more.
Gavin Grimm was barred from using the boys’ restrooms at his Virginia high school. He sued in a case that went all the way to the Supreme Court.
John Bixby was first prescribed opioids when he was 16. Thirteen years later, he’s still struggling to quit.
Just four years ago, an epidemic taught the need for speed and global cooperation. The Trump administration is ignoring that lesson.
Collusion, collusion, collusion. Does Donald Trump’s fate hang on only that?
Republican officials from Utah understand the importance of protecting Muslims’ rights.
Nearly every student who’s complained about fraud has been from a for-profit college, but the government wants to do nothing about it.
Mario Batali. Charlie Rose. Welcome to the “not so fast” phase of the #MeToo movement.
Many places in rural Alabama don’t have working sewer systems.
Ruthless mafia-like militias have taken over much of the Brazilian city, killing whomever they want, from City Council members to bird thieves.
Local Islamist extremists still go after Christians and the police. But now women and children are participating in the suicide attacks.
The subway’s new leader, Andy Byford, is expected to announce the expensive modernization plan on Wednesday to quickly upgrade the signal system.
“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.
In a letter, senior faculty members expressed “outrage and disappointment” over C.L. Max Nikias’s handling of accusations of misconduct against a campus doctor.
The president hailed the proposal — a top priority of social conservatives who have been among his staunchest supporters — at a gala for an anti-abortion organization.
The mass overdoses led to at least 15 arrests as the police hunt for the source of the toxic synthetic marijuana.
Once unwanted relics, the booths are being retooled in imaginative ways, including as cellphone repair shops, tiny cafes and defibrillator sites.
A violent tackle is forcing Japan to ask difficult questions about football’s place in society. “I wasn’t strong enough to say no.”
A hospital demanded that a woman pay her bills before she could see her newborn twins, illustrating a plight that many face in the Chinese medical system.
For Gov. Andrew Cuomo, this week’s state Democratic convention underscores how the party’s traditional machinery, including Hillary Clinton, supports his re-election.
Bringing the numbers to life for the jewel in Bolivia’s conservation crown.
Following in the footsteps of John Muir — and millions of modern cruise ship passengers — one marine ferry at a time.
What used to be an adolescent rite of passage is now an opportunity for foreign workers — and a challenge for employers who can’t find enough help.
Self-criticism can take a toll on our minds and bodies. It’s time to ease up.
Your smartphone is a helpful travel companion. Before taking it abroad, here’s a list of things to pack and do to ensure a problem-free trip.
Sometimes, you have a physical need to cut loose. Tell it like it is. Yell. Scream. So be it. Maybe what you really need, though, is a ranting buddy.
Four things I’ve learned that can help you, too.
Good archival practices might not be exciting, but they could be the key to keeping your family history intact for future generations.
For a few years in the 1970s, she was a trailblazing singer, bandleader and producer. A new documentary, “Betty: They Say I’m Different,” tells her story.
Keeping a human skull in a closet felt wrong and I wasn’t about to display it in my curio cabinet.
The message from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry? Make it your wedding, not the wedding of your parents and grandparents. Be you.
The show about a team of counterterrorism operatives allows Israelis to engage, safely, with subjects that they ordinarily avoid on TV.
In her new book, Alisa Roth details the way the criminal justice system makes the sick even sicker.
Guideposts to powerful treatments may be buried in the nation’s medical records. But there is no easy way to gather those records or to get them into a usable format.
One reason that an experiment to reduce high blood pressure in a high-risk population succeeded is that it adapted its approach to encourage trust.
The invasive insects turned up in Pennsylvania in 2014. Now the state has placed 3,000 square miles under quarantine, and scientists worry the pest will spread.
Don’t wait for a crisis like a broken hip to modify your home.