The New York Times
Updated: 5 hours 36 min ago
Mr. Bradlee, a quintessential newspaper editor, supervised The Washington Post’s exposure of the Watergate scandal that led to the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon.
Thousands of health care workers came from across the city to a training session where they were also addressed by the mayor and the governor.
The city’s Fire Department has agreed to drop a requirement for all skyscrapers to have flat tops, clearing the way for visions of a more inspiring skyline to rival New York or Chicago.
David Cohen, a Treasury under secretary, discusses the battle to choke off the flow of illicit revenue to the Islamic State.
A federal judge ordered a full mental evaluation in the next 30 days of Omar J. Gonzalez, the man accused of jumping the fence and racing past Secret Service officers into the White House with a knife last month.
My first appointment at the midwives’ office in Omaha was awash in comfort, even so close to delivery.
President Obama said he believes the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage in all 50 states, but he supports the Supreme Court’s incremental approach.
A new study’s findings may explain why Hispanic women have lower rates of breast cancer than other Americans.
New fund-raising tallies filed by two leading super PACs show just how dependent each party’s Senate candidates have become not just on rich donors, but on an incredibly small number of incredibly rich donors.
A study found that more ads in state supreme court races meant a higher chance of rulings against criminal defendants.
“Yes means yes” means checking in with your partner during sex, but many young men say they don’t know how to have that conversation.
President Obama cast his ballot in the midterm elections as early voting started in his hometown, Chicago, hoping to send a message to the Democratic faithful about the importance of turning out to vote.
The diplomatic incident involving the unnamed public officials has transfixed Hungarian political circles and provided fresh evidence of growing tension between the two nations.
Gov. Pat Quinn of Illinois and his Republican opponent, Bruce Rauner, squared off in their last debate of the election season.
The new protocols are based on procedures followed by the international aid group Doctors Without Borders.
Tom Steyer, a billionaire hedge fund founder, has become the largest “super PAC” donor of all time, passing the casino magnate Sheldon G. Adelson.