The New York Times
Updated: 55 min 23 sec ago
Many are upset about the declining role of religion in politics.
Adrian Peterson shouldn’t sell himself short. He is where he is today in spite of his father, not because of him, and what he learned from him now threatens his career and his family.
The family whose legendary wealth flowed from Standard Oil is planning to rid its $860 million Rockefeller Brothers Fund of investments in companies trading in nonrenewable energy.
Researchers are trying to mimic the growing conditions expected to arise decades in the future as the air fills with heat-trapping gases and other pollutants from human activity, with some worrisome results.
The People’s Climate March in Manhattan was a spectacle even for a city known for doing things big, and it was joined, in solidarity, by demonstrations on Sunday across the globe, from Paris to Papua New Guinea.
Battling for a place in the ages, some of the best lawyers in the nation have spent many pages arguing that their case was the right one in which to establish a nationwide right to same-sex marriage.
Mr. Poli received harsh criticism after the Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization went on strike in 1981 as President Ronald Reagan responded by dismissing 11,500 controllers in what is now viewed as a seminal moment in the decline of organized labor.
A video featuring the terminally ill father of Amir Hekmati, who has been incarcerated for three years, was released near the opening of the United Nations General Assembly.
After one of their own was killed and another wounded, law enforcement officers have taken to the Pennsylvania forest to find the person responsible.
An expansion comes under a president who campaigned for “a nuclear-free world” and made disarmament a main goal of American defense policy.
Mexico has taken unusual steps to stem the flow of migrants traveling from Central America to the United States, sweeping trains, setting up checkpoints and raiding hotels and flophouses.
The governor signed bills to make it easier for low-income Californians to obtain plug-in vehicles ahead of speaking engagements at the United Nations’ Climate Summit 2014.
Paul Davis, a candidate for governor, said he was not arrested or charged in the incident and accused Republicans of “a desperate smear campaign.”
A pastor’s nearly nine-year battle to close a strip club has succeeded in getting the dancers to his church on Sundays, albeit as part of a topless protest against him.
A case in Washington State has sparked sharp debate over how much the military’s formidable investigative powers can legally contribute to civilian cases.
The checks were under consideration after an episode in which a man with a knife managed to get through the front door of the president’s home after jumping over the fence on Pennsylvania Avenue.
In the late 1980s and the ’90s, Prozac was seen as a life preserver for those drowning in anguish. It was also a marvel of commercial branding.
An unusual meeting of the United Nations Security Council is poised to adopt a resolution that would compel all countries to adopt laws to prosecute those who travel abroad to join terrorist organizations and those who help them.