Coming off the artistic high of “The Irishman,” De Niro returns in a bland family comedy that features jokes about bodily functions.
The White House physician, Dr. Sean P. Conley, predicted that the president could safely return to “public engagements.” Experts questioned the doctor’s rationale.
Michael Pack, the chief executive of the U.S. Agency for Global Media, and his aides repeatedly meddled in the editorial affairs of Voice of America, the suit says.
A selection of writing by the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, who died on Thursday, as chosen by his New York Times colleagues.
The pressure on his top administration officials to take action came as President Trump bristled at the restraints of his illness.
The department says the school’s admissions practices violated the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Yale’s president says the allegation was based on “inaccurate statistics and unfounded conclusions.”
For the second consecutive week, the league had to move games, including another postponement for the Tennessee Titans, who have the league’s biggest outbreak. The Patriots also faced a second rescheduling.
Extremist groups and conspiracy theorists like to connect with each other just like everyone else.
A damning congressional report about Big Tech helps make the case to break up Jeff Bezos’ empire.
The Canadian artist is accused of wounding the singer by firing at her feet after an argument last summer.
Even for a conservative religious community, the People of Praise is notable in how deeply embedded members are in one another’s lives.
A federal judge, citing the pandemic, had suspended a federal requirement that women seeking medication abortions pick up a pill in person.
The White House’s approach to avoiding accountability for its record is becoming clearer than ever, and it was on display as Mike Pence faced Kamala Harris.
Hundreds of people have already died in fighting between Azerbaijan and Armenia. Bigger neighbors can help stop the bloodshed.
The “cell lines” used to develop monoclonal antibodies, as well as remdesivir and vaccines, began with fetal tissue decades ago.
So what will he do if he loses the election?
Parents, local officials and religious leaders bristled at the haphazard way the governor and mayor announced new restrictions, some of which contradicted each other.
Mixed messages from the president and his advisers have muddled an already tumultuous negotiation.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.