The New York Times
Updated: 5 hours 32 min ago
Representative Vance McAllister, is the latest Louisiana official facing demands for his resignation, after a leaked video last week showed him passionately kissing a woman who was not his wife.
The economic downturn hurt multiemployer plans, and now their insurer is nearly broke. Some of the pensions are rescinding workers’ benefits in a bid to stay solvent.
Winning in the distribution of high-end content is about mining an audience, and you can’t blame technology companies for believing they have relevant skill sets.
A State Senate candidate in Massachusetts is one of President Obama’s few former aides who is running for office; far more have joined the ranks of high-paid consultants.
Many families say the digitization of Passover makes the annual ritual more interesting, but the use of electronic devices on holidays is not without controversy.
As financial pressures force newspapers to close or make cuts, college journalism students are picking up the slack in many communities.
For decades, mental health organizations have featured speakers with various disorders. But until now, discussing suicide attempts has been virtually off limits.
Questions remain over whether vulnerable areas of California and the Pacific Northwest are adequately prepared for the Big One.
The countries of the world have dragged their feet so long on global warming that only an intensive push in the next 15 years can stave off potential disaster, United Nations-appointed experts said.
For my daughters, food isn’t a troublesome source of calories demanding its weight in exercise. It’s holidays, it’s funny stories, it’s seasons. It’s my grandmother’s gefilte fish, and all of us cooking it together.
The White House said that information about major Internet security flaws should be shared with computer and software manufacturers so they can be fixed. But it left broad exceptions for cases that involve national security.
Washington’s decision to deny Hamid Aboutalebi, Iran’s choice for its next United Nations ambassador, a visa highlights the distrust that still infects the United States-Iran relationship.
In North Carolina’s high-profile Republican primary for Senate, the divisions gripping the party nationally are playing out loudly and expensively.
Ms. Haut fought to make it easier to obtain divorces in rabbinical courts and organized prayers at the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
A North Carolina prisoner, described as a high-ranking gang member, was charged with arranging the abduction of a prosecutor’s father via an illicit mobile phone.
The debate over taking advantage of vulnerabilities has echoes of the Cold War battles of a half-century ago.
What unfolded at the “Freedom Summit” on Saturday was a display of today’s Republican Party in all its dynamism, division and sometimes strange spectacle.
At the World Bank and International Monetary Fund annual spring meetings, finance ministers and central bankers also discussed the possibility of new penalties for Russia.