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Prosecutors said Said Azzam Mohamad Rahim used a social media app called Zello to recruit fighters and encourage others to kill enemies of the Islamic State.
Abdullah Abdullah, a three-time contender for the presidency, is again at the center of an electoral crisis. This time, he insists, he won’t compromise.
The European Central Bank chief is internationally prominent, but her monetary views are less clear. That could change at a news conference on Thursday.
Tessa Majors, a freshman, was killed during an armed robbery in Morningside Park.
The hour lent a prime-time urgency to the spectacle, but both sides reverted to boilerplate.
Saber que tenía el derecho legal a morir le ayudó a Marieke Vervoort a vivir su vida. La impulsó a obtener medallas en los Juegos Paraolímpicos. Pero jamás pudo alejarse del dolor.
Donald Trump and his supporters need to know that you can be punished for your actions.
Quotation of the Day for Thursday, December 12, 2019.
Britain feels anxious, with traditional loyalties cracking. A fifth election in five years has cleaved the country into Leave and Remain, and raised questions about whether the United Kingdom can remain united.
Alex Eaton-Salners makes a periodic appearance.
And other pressing matters.
The child became separated from his mother at a financial district station during the evening rush hour.
Daniel Wilkey, who was charged on Tuesday with rape, extortion, stalking and assault, has previously been accused in lawsuits of false imprisonment, child molestation and forced baptism.
How to get technical help with your crossword account, where to write if your streak gets struck and much more.
Corrections that appeared in print on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019.
He told a judge that he “sold his soul” in working as President Trump’s lawyer.
The Judiciary Committee met for a rare evening gathering, during which each member got a chance to argue for or against impeachment.
The American ambassador to the United Nations, responding to North Korean signals that it could resume long-range missile tests, said such a move would be “deeply counterproductive.”
The lack of American interest was clear as the two nations’ presidents met in Paris.
Ms. Lofgren, Democrat of California, is the lone Judiciary Committee member to have participated in all three modern impeachments.
He was a follower of the fringe Black Hebrew Israelite movement, which has expressed hostility to Jews, officials said.
Two Nigerian students, in Croatia for a sports tournament, were mistaken for undocumented migrants. They were robbed of their money and clothes and expelled to a country they had never heard of.
Gift boxes, visits from team legends and a record-breaking pile of money lured Cole, the top free-agent pitcher on the market, to the Bronx after a pursuit that began 11 years ago.
The president’s campus intervention ignores the bigger threat of anti-Semitism and threatens speech.
The all-hands-on-deck atmosphere is a change from just weeks ago, when President Trump’s aides dismissed the idea of a war room.
Deck the halls with tons of tweeting.
Public opinion has shifted about impeachment, but not about the president. Here’s what that means.
Home runs are up and pitchers are grumbling but baseball said a study of its seemingly supercharged baseballs had led them to conclude they did not need to change a thing.
The news shocked even a country grown used to graft: The man who for years led Mexico’s war against drug traffickers was accused of taking millions in bribes from the Sinaloa Cartel.
We need to press for an agreement between the U.S. and the Taliban and cement the parallel support of the Afghan government.
At a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, the Justice Department’s inspector general recounted egregious problems with wiretap files.
At the Brooklyn Museum, his pictures skim the surface of social problems. It can be a frustratingly reductive vision of world peace. “I think being naïve is what has helped me the most,” he says.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
The administration has said its North American trade pact would add 76,000 jobs in the sector. Experts are not so sure.
I have never faced such an unappealing set of choices in my life.
For the first time, all 16 teams in the Champions League knockout stages will come from Europe’s so-called Big Five leagues. The continent’s elite clubs like the sound of that.
From Bryn Forbes of the Spurs to the cult hero Alex Caruso of the Lakers, many undrafted players are staking their claim in the league that shunned them.
The attack was the deadliest on Niger’s armed forces in years, and took place in a remote area where jihadists linked to the Islamic State have been active.
The military said that debris was being recovered to determine whether it belonged to the plane, which is thought to have crashed with 38 people aboard over a remote stretch of southern sea.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers agreed to give troops a pay raise and the president his Space Force, while jettisoning a slew of measures that would have reined in the president’s war powers.
Myanmar’s onetime champion of democracy and Ethiopia’s prime minister join a roster of figures who, one way or another, have given the Nobel Peace Prize a contentious image.
In June, President Trump promised that millions of undocumented immigrants already in the country would be deported. That didn’t happen.
Edward O’Callaghan worked closely with Rod J. Rosenstein to oversee the Russia investigation.
Chevron’s multibillion-dollar write-down of gas assets is the most recent sign that the gas supply has far outstripped demand.
In a historic reversal, fewer patients are dying in hospitals. But experts warn that many families are unprepared to care for seriously ill relatives at home.
O’Plérou Grebet, an artist from the Ivory Coast, learned to make emojis from (where else?) YouTube.
Andra Ursuta’s glass sculptures, Brice Marden’s latest paintings, portraits from Henry Taylor; Baseera Khan’s photo-collage constructions; and Jill Mulleady’s Neo-Surrealist works.
Every purchase evokes his design of the rectangular Universal Product Code. But although it became ubiquitous, he received no royalties.
The Tony Award winning actress reads an essay about a traumatic brain injury and the stranger it left behind.