The New York Times
Updated: 1 hour 19 min ago
A longstanding policy of permitting Cubans with criminal convictions to remain in the United States is suddenly on shakier ground.
Law enforcement officials in Greece, N.Y., say they are close to seeking an indictment in connection with a 1978 motel fire that killed 10 people.
Judges already routinely hear cases involving lawyers and litigants who have contributed to their campaigns, setting up possible conflicts of interest.
Evidence gathered by software hidden by the N.S.A. to monitor North Korean activities proved critical in persuading President Obama to accuse the government of ordering the cyberattack on Sony, officials said.
Countess Ceschina was one of the world’s foremost patrons of classical music, if also one of the least publicly known.
A New York City native, Yams, whose real name was Steven Rodriguez, was an owner of the ASAP Worldwide label and a founder of the ASAP Mob collective.
The proposal, which Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo plans to announce in his State of the State address Wednesday, would raise the minimum wage to $11.50 in New York City and to $10.50 elsewhere.
The Congressional Black Caucus was focusing its attention on a bill that would support President Obama’s plan to equip more police officers with body cameras.
Soaring stock prices and major advances in fighting diseases have some saying the industry has turned a corner and others watching for a bursting bubble.
If the Supreme Court resolves the issue as expected, it could largely neutralize a debate that a majority of Americans believe Republicans are on the wrong side of.
Neither the vice president nor his wife was home when several shots were fired out of a moving vehicle on Saturday night, federal law enforcement officials said.
On “Meet the Press,” the senator from South Carolina said he had filed with the I.R.S. to create a committee to test the waters.
The plan stands little chance of passage, but it signals a different phase of the nation’s debates over how the government taxes and spends.
One of my twins was born a boy but, for the moment at least, identifies a girl; wearing dresses, using the girls’ restroom, crying if referred to as “he.” Only one person has handled all of this with ease: her twin sister.
Incomes have been stagnant for 15 years, a situation with little modern precedent. The stagnation has become the driving force in politics.
Architecture for Humanity, a nonprofit design group specializing in socially conscious construction, has abruptly closed its San Francisco headquarters and plans to file for bankruptcy protection.
On the eve of Martin Luther King’s Birthday, protesters mobilized by the shooting deaths of young blacks and angry about racial inequality are evoking his work, denouncing what they say is an attempt to sanitize his message.
President Obama and his wife, Michelle, are said to have “major concerns” with Chicago’s bids to host the Barack Obama Presidential Library, increasing the likelihood it will be built in New York City or Hawaii.