The meeting was scheduled for June 12 in Singapore, and Mr. Trump said it “will not take place.” But he later said it could still happen.
Decades after Johnson was convicted under the Mann Act, his case drew significant attention as a gross miscarriage of justice.
The move will disappoint some allies in Asia, hearten others and perhaps put China in the strongest position of all. Much will depend on how North Korea reacts.
The cancellation of the meeting with Kim Jong-un creates a risk that President Trump will revert to military options.
An international team of investigators has traced the antiaircraft system that hit Flight 17 over Ukraine to a specific unit.
It was not clear how much will be shared with lawmakers, some of whom have demanded information about the informant for weeks.
The event was captured by foreign journalists, but North Korea did not invite any independent nuclear monitors to verify the dismantlement.
The season begins June 1 and experts predict it will be near normal or above normal, but a single storm can cause tremendous damage if it makes landfall.
In a wide-ranging conversation about the new season, cast members became emotional as they discussed accusations of sexual misconduct against Jeffrey Tambor.
I love the flag. I love liberty more.
Mr. Bateman and an “Arrested Development” co-star, Tony Hale, issued apologies on Thursday after critics said they excused Mr. Tambor’s abusive on-set behavior.
Two children’s literature experts consider what works in the Broadway play — for kids, sure, but for grown-ups too.
“Fashion does not take care of its people. No one is going to take care of me, except I am going to take care of myself.”
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman wants to ensure the reform is seen as his idea, not a concession to activists or the West.
A new federal wage subsidy is a direct way to benefit workers and encourage employment in struggling areas.
The journalist Can Dundar wrote the book “We Are Arrested” while imprisoned in Turkey. Now, Britain’s Royal Shakespeare Company has turned it into a play.
“The least racist person” ever doesn’t bother with dog-whistling. He just lets it all hang out.
Trump uses language to tell blatant and not-so-blatant lies.
Ms. Nixon faces a challenge to expand her appeal beyond the faction of die-hard activists who dislike Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Democrats and Republicans might be shut out from big races on the November ballot in California. A look at how the system works and what’s at stake.
Interviews and newly obtained documents provide the Pentagon’s first public on-the-ground accounting of one of the bloodiest battles the military has faced in Syria since deploying to fight ISIS.
Two senior female firefighters in Fairfax County, Va., say they were denied jobs and asked to leave the fire department after they fought discrimination.
A federal judge in Manhattan ruled on Wednesday that President Trump’s practice of blocking Twitter users who criticize him is unconstitutional.
Mr. Kushner’s F.B.I. background check had dragged on, fueling questions about whether the special counsel had found evidence that made him a security risk.
Don’t believe the N.R.A. There are ways to reduce shootings.
The novelist, who died this week, wrote sentences that slammed across the page.
The cases seek a verdict on “post truth” culture and on Mr. Jones, a Trump ally who reaps millions peddling bogus claims about an American tragedy.
Paige Patterson’s comments included advice that women who are abused by their husbands should focus on praying for them, rather than on divorce.
Yes, he explored ugly territory. But few have done so with such wit, fearlessness and emotional acuity.
His offhand comments about writing stick with me almost as much as his novels.
The wind farms have increasingly become mainstream sources of power in Northern Europe, but the United States has largely not pursued the technology.
The spacious terminal built for when the Tennessee city was a bustling air travel hub has become a half-deserted white elephant that the airport is spending millions to shrink.
A novice fossil hunter immerses himself in the local pastime in the town of Lyme Regis in southwest England, an area that sits on a 95-mile stretch of shoreline known as the Jurassic Coast, a Unesco World Heritage site.
The second season of the down-and-dirty Israeli counterterrorism thriller is a lot like the first, but this time with ISIS.
Paleontologists found a 130 million-year-old haramiyid fossil in Utah, suggesting that the ancient relatives of modern mammals spread farther across the globe than thought.
Somewhere in Robert Indiana’s home in Maine, there may exist an early version of his famous image — one that will startle his fans.
“I might lose my lunch,” Sue Phillips, who runs a juggernaut of a high school basketball program, said as she watched Golden State crumble in Game 4.
Solving crossword puzzles helps a mother bond with her adult child in a new way.
Flacks in this White House press office are getting enormous exposure — but potentially at a long-term cost to their credibility.
If you’re more Eeyore than Tigger when it comes to sports, reach out and elicit suggestions.
The planet’s orbit alternates from elliptical to almost perfectly circular — and has for hundreds of millions of years.
The special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, will likely reach one of two conclusions about the president: Either there is evidence that he broke the law, or there is not. Mike Schmidt, a New York Times reporter, explains the possible outcomes.