Democratic leaders unveiled articles of impeachment charging President Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
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The president suggested he lacked confidence in his own F.B.I. director, who did not share his negative view of a long-awaited inspector general report.
Two shooters opened fire on Tuesday afternoon at a kosher market. There was “no indication of terrorism.”
It was one of the most violent scenes in the city’s recent history.
The new provisions, solidified after months of negotiations between House Democrats and the Trump administration, would strengthen the trade deal’s protections for workers
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 list is the latest in a series of disclosures his campaign has made after it was criticized for lacking transparency.
He cleared a final polling hurdle to join six other candidates, ensuring there won’t be an all-white debate.
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.
Pete Wells names his favorites among the new food halls, tasting counters, pasta joints, dim sum parlors and taco trucks he visited this year.
From pizza to pasteles, Pete Wells picks some highlights in a year of eating and drinking.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Secret speeches and leaked government documents reveal how China carried out the internment of as many as a million people.
Yumi Ishikawa set off the #KuToo movement against Japan’s rigorous workplace dress codes for women.
Ash Carter and Sam Kashner discuss their new oral history of the director, and Alexandra Jacobs talks about her biography of Elaine Stritch.
It is the only thing to do if our country’s democracy is to survive.
The House should take its own sweet time and investigate many more aspects of the president’s perfidious behavior.
How does Trump’s attorney general keep a straight face?
Documents reveal that American leaders, civilian and military, misled the public about the prospects of success there.
For pilots and flight attendants, work and motherhood have long been treated as incompatible. We’re hoping to change that.
The administration’s food stamp cuts expose the cruel truth of Republican hypocrisy.
Not to mention beat Trump.
How Americans learned to live with endless wars.
There was a time in America when being called a socialist could end a political career. Not anymore.
Democrats are planning to restrict their case to the Ukraine affair. Are they making a mistake?
To change course, the country’s leaders must take on the moneyed elite and religious extremism.
Stone Fox Bride made Molly Rosen Guy the face of bohemian weddings. Then her marriage ended.
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.
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.
The for-profit school lured students by advertising employer partnerships that did not exist, the Federal Trade Commission said.
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.
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.”
A surge in searches for the definition of an old-school pronoun signals a new, nonbinary meaning.
Haunting images show how the first Chechen war humiliated post-Soviet Russia, exposed its weakness, strengthened hard-liners and enabled the rise of Vladimir V. Putin.
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.
Protesters took to the streets again to protest President Emmanuel Macron’s plans to overhaul the retirement system. His government showed no sign of backing down.
The study was an accident. The results show the positive effects of health insurance.
The difference between a bidet and a washlet, and why you might love one, too.
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Etiquette helps you get on in life, but having a range of etiquette makes all the difference.
It’s best to assume your work computer is monitored and act accordingly. Here are some less obvious tasks you should be mindful of.
A Los Angeles institution has a new home. Join us for a behind-the-scenes tour.
As half of the Swedish duo, which gained fame in the 1980s and ’90s, Ms. Fredriksson was known for her powerful voice and dynamic onstage presence.
In this week’s Tripped Up column, Sarah Firshein investigates the rights that airplane passengers with allergies have when flying. (Not as many as they should.)
Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.
Daisy Dunn’s “The Shadow of Vesuvius” is a lively dual biography of the polymath Pliny the Elder and his nephew (and adopted son), Pliny the Younger.
New research finds that the extinction of this flightless bird was completely our fault.
Parents who use the Dexcom G6 depend on alarms on their phones if their children’s blood sugar levels are dangerous. They say the outage put them at risk.
Cyclists who had pedaled on an empty stomach incinerated about twice as much fat as those who had consumed a shake first.
Uncouth he may be, but he’s not unfamiliar.