Protests Spread Across India Over Divisive Citizenship Bill
Several people have been killed as the unrest spreads to new corners of the country, and security forces have cracked down.
Protests Spread Across India Over Divisive Citizenship Bill
Several people have been killed as the unrest spreads to new corners of the country, and security forces have cracked down.
In France, Dying at Home Can Mean a Long Wait for a Doctor
A body may not legally be moved in France without a death certificate, which only a doctor can sign. But a doctor may be hard to find.
Top U.S. Envoy Warns North Korea Against Weapons Tests
Stephen E. Biegun appealed to the North to return to dialogue on denuclearization. “Let’s get this done,” he said.
Hallmark Apologizes After Pulling Ads Featuring Brides Kissing
The company said it was contacting Zola, a wedding website service, to “re-establish our partnership and reinstate the commercials.”
What Your Email Signature Says About You
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Trump’s Lasting Legacy
America has changed under this president.
There’s finally momentum for better economic statistics.
Comey Admits Errors in Surveillance Warrants, but Defends F.B.I.
The former bureau director acknowledged “significant mistakes” in warrants to wiretap a former Trump campaign adviser, days after an inspector general’s report was released.
After Volcano Blast, New Zealand Asks if Adventure Tourism Can Last
The eruption on White Island has set off an intense debate on exploiting nature for thrills.
Schumer, Pushing McConnell to Negotiate, Lays Out Plan for Impeachment Trial
The Senate Democratic leader wants to seek testimony from Mick Mulvaney, John Bolton and other White House officials, and subpoena documents the White House has withheld.
Soccer Broadcast Pulled After Arsenal Star Criticized China as Anti-Muslim
A state-run television network pre-empted an English Premier League match between Manchester City and Arsenal after Mesut Özil denounced the mass detention of Uighurs.
In Era of Hardening Identities, Trump Order on Jews Kindles Questions Old and New
The president said he wanted to target anti-Semitic speech on campuses, but in the time of new nationalism, nothing is really that simple.
Trump Officials Praise Gains From China Deal, but They Come at a Cost
The economic losses sustained during a bruising 19-month trade war will not be easy to make up.
Unnerved owners of the devices reported recent hacks in four states. The company reminded customers not to recycle passwords and user names.
James Comey on FISA errors: I was wrong
Former FBI Director James Comey conceded that there was "real sloppiness" involved with the bureau's effort to obtain warrants to secretly surveil a Trump campaign adviser in 2016, saying in a Sunday interview that he was "overconfident" with his trust in the bureau's procedures.
South Carolina voters weigh in on Trump's impeachment
Rep. Joe Cunningham is one of two Democrats among South Carolina's seven US House representatives, and the GOP has recently started targeting the congressman with attack ads regarding President Donald Trump's impeachment.
Suspected Torturer Is Extradited to Argentina
Mario Sandoval was extradited from France to his native Argentina to face charges of crimes committed during the dictatorship. In France, many wonder why it took so long.
Exposed as Stasi Spy, a Newspaper Owner Tries to Reclaim His Story
An entrepreneur took over a venerable Berlin daily, saying he wanted a new conversation about East Germany. Then his own past became the news.
What Was Lost in ‘the Last Good War’
Letters and recordings keep a family connected, 75 years after the Battle of the Bulge.
In 2020 Census, Big Efforts in Some States. In Others, Not So Much.
California is spending $187 million to try to ensure an accurate count of its population. The Texas Legislature decided not to devote any money to the job. Why? The key seems to be which party controls state government.
Anti-Semitism or Free Speech? College Students Cheer and Fear Trump Order
Students across America wondered whether an executive order targeting anti-Semitism would “backfire” on Jewish students.
New Fox News poll might be good news for Trump
The Manhattan Institute's Judith Miller breaks down a new Fox News poll and why it might be a positive sign for Trump. #FoxNews FOX News operates the FOX News Channel (FNC), FOX Business Network (FBN), FOX News Radio, FOX News Headlines 24/7, FOXNews.com and the direct-to-consumer streaming service, FOX Nation.
2020 Campaigns Throw Their Hands Up on Disinformation
Few politicians have teams to spot false statements about them online, or to fight back before it spreads.
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