Senate Republicans opposed legislation to avert a government shutdown and prevent a debt default at a critical moment for Democrats’ domestic agenda.
Five groups invited association members to an undisclosed location on Tuesday afternoon to write checks for between $1,000 and $5,800, payable to Sinema for Arizona.
Schools across the country are offering less healthy lunch options as they struggle with dwindling supplies, delayed shipments and fewer cafeteria workers.
The year-to-year increase in homicides from 2019 was the largest since national record-keeping began in 1960. But overall, major crimes declined last year.
Tens of thousands of health care workers could lose their jobs if they refuse a Covid shot by Monday. New York’s enforcement could shape how other states proceed. Resistance to mandates has kept other states from adopting them, even as President Biden pushes for all U.S. health workers to be inoculated. Here’s the latest.
More than 90 percent of players have received at least one dose of the vaccine, but some, like Nets guard Kyrie Irving, won’t say if they have been or plan to be vaccinated.
The singer, who for years dominated the world of R&B music, was found guilty of being the ringleader of a decades-long scheme to recruit women and underage girls for sex.
Olaf Scholz, the leader of the center-left Social Democrats, narrowly won the night. But now the hard part begins — building a durable governing coalition.
The conservatives who have been the dominant force in modern German politics suffered their worst defeat, while the Social Democrats and Greens made gains.
The military’s satellites excel at spotting new blazes, but for decades they have been mostly off limits to civilian firefighters.
Congress wants the government to turn to the private sector to augment the capabilities of highly classified spy satellites.
The automaker and a supplier will spend $11.4 billion on three battery factories and a truck plant, creating 11,000 jobs.
Robert S. Kaplan will exit his role as head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas next month. Eric S. Rosengren, the head of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, is also retiring earlier than planned.
Many of the Haitian migrants who recently entered Texas had taken refuge for years in Chile. Some said they faced increasing joblessness, poverty and hostility there.
“What the country really needs is some sort of Biden-Get-Your-Groove-Back campaign.”
Through the pandemic, Markus Brunnermeier conducted remarkable video seminars with leading thinkers in his field.
Do centrists realize that 2021 isn't 1999?
Too many people remain stubbornly stuck to the steady diet of lies they’ve been fed for months.
A bad tweet reveals a rift over gender and reproduction.
The politician talks about the fight for voting rights and a potential run for governor.
The party’s agenda depends on last-minute compromise.
How many lives could have been saved if others across the country had seen themselves in New Yorkers?
The Nassar case highlights a nationwide problem.
He’s our favorite combatant-saint.
No White House fact sheet about other policies that benefited Black people can hide the fact that Haitian migrants at the southern border were treated like animals.
One of the largest studies to date shows masks work.
Sometimes people talk over each other and it totally works.
After Sunday’s equivocal elections, the country is headed for more of the same.
The containers we use over and over, from Cool Whip tubs to Taster’s Choice jars, can evoke stronger feelings than the food that came in them.
At 28, the singer and guitarist is bluegrass’s new transgressive star. A decade ago, he didn’t expect to live this long.
In Franzen’s new novel, the members of a suburban Chicago family headed by a pastor confront crises of faith and morality.
Kennedy discusses his new essay collection, and Mary Roach talks about “Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law.”
The historian Leslie Reagan puts Texas’ latest abortion law in perspective.
Join the writer and linguist on Oct. 14 for an evening of conversation and song, examining the words we continue to grapple with.
Gen. Mark Milley will appear in what could be the most significant televised congressional hearing involving senior military leaders in years.
A growing number of cancer patients, especially those with breast and lung cancers, are being spared the dreaded treatment in favor of other options.
Getting to work, driving a taxi, making an ambulance run: Fuel shortages and long lines at gas stations have Britons scrambling to make trips they once took for granted.
The organization acknowledged that changing references from women to people was a mistake — albeit a well-intentioned one.
The launch came just three days after the sister of North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, said the country would consider holding a meeting with the South and declaring an official end to the Korean War.
Their release coincided with an agreement on Friday that cleared the way for a senior executive of Huawei Technologies, the Chinese telecommunications giant, to return to China.
The official announcement was made by Canada’s foreign minister on Monday evening, speaking at the United Nations General Assembly.
Joshua Henry Punt, 39, posed online as a teenager and preyed on girls ranging in age from 12 to 16 in states across the country, the federal authorities said.
A proposed rule could save the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which a federal judge in Texas found unlawful in July.
Aerobic activities like jogging and interval training can make our cells biologically younger; weight training did not have the same effect.
Falls are the leading cause of fatal and nonfatal injuries among older adults. Every 19 minutes in this country, an older person dies from a fall.
As an older parent of young children, I feel that I am holding a big secret — my own mortality.
Any fracture in an older woman or man, whether from a car accident or sidewalk slip, may be a sign you should have your bone health checked.
People in their 60s take an average of 15 prescription drugs a year. Combined with over-the-counter products, they may do more harm than good.
The British-Peruvian musician, who is now married to Lena Dunham, talks music, “conscious drinking” and his new relationship.
If a Broadway return heralded by the 74th Tony Awards suggested it’s time to suit up again, the live show pointed to a dress code with very few don’ts.
Rich Lesser, who has run Boston Consulting Group for eight years, is stepping down at a moment of enormous change.
The Mongolia-born champion, known for flouting tradition and for his sometimes rough tactics, won his final tournament in July.