Iowa’s biggest TV market has been inundated by 2020 ads, even without any from Michael Bloomberg.
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While many American officials are eager to avoid the new tariffs, the president could go either way.
Pretrial proceedings revealed the couple’s $230,000 monthly spending, which enabled $12,000 splurges for cigars and $7,000 for fountain pens.
It was one of the most violent scenes in the city’s recent history.
Britt McHenry, who hosts a show on the Fox Nation streaming service, accused her former co-host, Tyrus, of sexually harassing her and said that Fox News failed to respond appropriately to her claims.
The list is the latest in a series of disclosures his campaign has made after it was criticized for lacking transparency.
Documents reveal that American leaders, civilian and military, misled the public about the prospects of success there.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Liverpool joined Chelsea and two other Premier League rivals in the knockout rounds. Napoli also advanced, but will move forward without Ancelotti, who was fired after Tuesday’s victory.
The House should take its own sweet time and investigate many more aspects of the president’s perfidious behavior.
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Democrats are planning to restrict their case to the Ukraine affair. Are they making a mistake?
When Zozibini Tunzi was named Miss Universe on Sunday, it signified the first time that black women had simultaneously held the top prize in four of the major beauty pageants.
La regla de oro de la medicina —“lo primero es no hacer daño”— implica que los beneficios esperados de un tratamiento deben superar sus riesgos potenciales.
The president’s action will protect Judaism under civil rights law and empower the Education Department to withhold money from institutions that tolerate anti-Israel movements.
The former campaign aide cooperated with prosecutors on high-profile cases including the trials of Paul Manafort and Roger Stone.
One of the most influential Catholic theologians of the 20th century, he challenged his fellow German Catholics to face the reality of Auschwitz.
Genaro García Luna once served in a presidential cabinet and as the head of Mexico’s equivalent of the F.B.I. He was indicted in New York on charges of taking bribes while in office.
A former history professor rebuts an Op-Ed writer’s thesis that Mr. Trump’s words and actions are not so different from those of previous presidents.
El nuevo presidente de la Argentina tendrá que gobernar un país pobre, en el que uno de cada diez habitantes pasa hambre. Su gestión tendrá poco tiempo para mostrar cómo puede resolver esta urgencia.
More than 800 students from Saudi Arabia have been restricted to classroom training in the wake of a shooting at a Pensacola Navy base that left three people dead.
Readers urge a broader inquiry not just focused on Ukraine and express fear and hopelessness about what is happening in America.
It is the only thing to do if our country’s democracy is to survive.
No one knows why. A rodeo was in town but denied any connection. The Las Vegas police said it “does not appear to be a police matter at this time.”
He cleared a final polling hurdle to join six other candidates, ensuring there won’t be an all-white debate.
Here’s what you need to know.
The for-profit school lured students by advertising employer partnerships that did not exist, the Federal Trade Commission said.
What happened while you were watching impeachment hearings.
Some of the biggest names in music lent songs to this intimate family drama, but convincing them took time.
The details of millions of Iranian bank cards were published online after antigovernment protests last month. Experts suspect a state-sponsored cyberattack.
The visit of Sergey Lavrov to Washington came at a delicate moment in the relationship between President Trump and the Russian government led by President Vladimir V. Putin.
From articles on climate change to a review of a Brooklyn institution, the most popular stories this year were ones that prompted reader discussion.
A surge in searches for the definition of an old-school pronoun signals a new, nonbinary meaning.
Researchers hope the findings will improve conservation efforts, as some killer whale populations have dwindled and become endangered.
At the new Cirque Mechanics show, the revolving ring, rotating ladders and spinning swings might not thrill, but the performers do.
For pilots and flight attendants, work and motherhood have long been treated as incompatible. We’re hoping to change that.
A new law would give the country’s 1.3 billion people more power over data collected by companies but allow the government to exempt itself from the rules.
A senior Interior Department official broke ethics rules when he met with his former employer to discuss Interior business, the inspector general said.
A reader says the United States’ failure there is due to “muddled thinking.” Also: A lack of initiative on gun control; student activism at Beacon High School in New York City.
It was another very warm year in the region, leading to low winter sea ice and growing concerns over sea level rise.
The justices weighed whether the federal government may walk away from a commitment to shield insurance companies from losses.
“Alice Adams,” a new biography by Carol Sklenicka, recounts the career of the elegant novelist and short story writer who specialized in the disappointments of romance.
Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
On the day Democrats formally charged President Trump with high crimes and misdemeanors, Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she would cut a deal with him on trade.
A Los Angeles institution has a new home. Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour.
Two shooters opened fire on Tuesday afternoon at a kosher market. There was “no indication of terrorism.”
Glenn Simpson and Peter Fritsch, founders of the private intelligence firm Fusion GPS, write about what turned up in their investigation into Donald Trump’s ties to Russia.
An accurate story about an overcrowded hospital quickly became an election issue in Britain, then came disinformation on social media.
As a doctor, he saw the inequities in the system at first hand; as a writer and administrator, he called them out.
The death toll was expected to rise as rescuers searched for the missing. But already relatives and friends of those on the volcanic island were fearing the worst.