Ms. Butina was arrested over the weekend in Washington and was in contact with Russian intelligence, prosecutors said.
European officials hit the internet giant with the record penalty for abusing its power in the smartphone market, the region’s latest move to rein in the clout of tech companies.
Weeks before taking office, Donald J. Trump learned of highly sensitive intelligence about Russian election interference, but he has done all he can to suggest other explanations for the hacks.
The tech billionaire had faced mounting criticism for calling the British diver a pedophile after the man criticized Mr. Musk’s submarine.
He spent a fortune on tickets for a woebegone baseball team.
But that statement was at odds with how the president had earlier has characterized the meeting and contradicted an answer he appeared to give earlier in the day.
Maria Palacios, brought to the United States from Mexico, became a legal Georgia resident in 2009 and a citizen in 2017. But a judge has deemed her ineligible to run for the State House.
Critics say the company has not done enough to block false posts that have led to attacks in countries including Sri Lanka, Myanmar and India.
In an interview with the Fox host Tucker Carlson, President Trump was asked why an American son would have to defend Montenegro, the alliance’s newest member.
Facebook’s chief executive had said in an interview that false and “deeply offensive” conspiracy theories alone were not enough to get someone barred from the site.
The City Council voted unanimously to significantly regulate Airbnb and its peers, taking aim at landlords renting apartments a few nights at a time.
The “Surrender Summit” was such a disloyal, traitorous display that it boggles the mind.
At a West Wing briefing, a reporter from The Hill ceded the floor to an NBC correspondent as Sarah Huckabee Sanders tried to move things along.
Either Mr. Kemp, Georgia’s secretary of state, or Mr. Cagle, its lieutenant governor, will face Stacey Abrams in the November election.
The suits say school officials covered up sexual abuse by a team doctor; one mentions Representative Jim Jordan, who has denied claims that he ignored such misconduct.
America’s Christian nationalists have been finding common cause with the Russian government for a while now.
Andrew Brunson, one of 20 Americans swept up by Turkey after a coup attempt two years ago, is accused of terrorism and espionage.
Free of drama for 20 seasons, San Antonio is now experiencing through Kawhi Leonard what every other N.B.A. team has become familiar with: agitation, bewilderment and fear.
Faith in the justice system and in our intelligence agencies cannot be collateral damage in a partisan grudge match, says the former director of the F.B.I. and C.I.A.
Almost every member of the original cast of “Mamma Mia!” is back for this sequel, except for one major player. And, boy, is she missed.
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Sometimes working with unlikely partners, they have undertaken a flurry of efforts to preserve a rules-based order on trade and security that the United States once championed.
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The Supreme Court nominee’s dissent in the case of a pregnant, undocumented teenager should worry abortion-rights supporters.
The United States government once invested mightily to build the modern world. Now it has abdicated that role to a foreign rival.
Was the gorgeous music composed by a 12th-century mystic a product of her hallucinations, or a triumph over them?
Unemployment is remarkably low. Yet in the struggle between labor and companies, workers are losing, and that keeps their pay stagnant.
Jose Gilberto Rodriguez, 46, has been linked to three killings and other violent crimes. He was a registered sex offender on parole who had cut his ankle monitor, the police said.
Masaya is one of the few places in all of Nicaragua where President Daniel Ortega’s crackdown on protesters has struggled. Our reporters traveled there to meet the residents leading this resistance.
New York City just admitted to discriminating against nurses by denying them early retirement benefits enjoyed by plumbers and exterminators.
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead has gained a loyal following for reinventing the Dead’s quirky songs with extreme tempos and shredding that are anything but laid-back.
On a rare tour of prisons for Islamic State suspects from nearly 50 countries, a Times reporter watched their jailers try to secure them humanely — but for how long?
The Iranians were responding to what Israel has described as documents it said Mossad agents stole from a Tehran warehouse that showed work on bombs.
The Mostly Mozart Festival presented Bernstein’s amalgam of Catholic liturgy and countercultural energy from 1971. But what does it mean in 2018?
About 300 people have been killed in Nicaragua since nationwide protests began in April. Our reporters traveled to the front lines of the anti-government movement.
Deceiving the census: New research suggests that social attitudes are lagging behind both workplace progress and how people actually live their lives.
In this surprising and mesmerizing book, Allie Rowbottom, a descendant of the Jell-O fortune, weaves together memoir and the story of the classic American brand.
The repeated attacks on the child at her apartment complex has revived debate about rape in India.
An agnostic's guide to our president’s strange conduct.
A new medical scanner, derived from technology used by particle physics researchers at CERN, “is like the upgrade from black-and-white film to color,” one of its developers said.
Some Republicans say President Trump embarrassed himself and the country in his meeting with Vladimir Putin. Here’s what they can do about it.
This director’s love of dance isn’t a stunt, but serious play. His videos and ads count among the best dance films of recent decades.
The markets have been fairly calm lately. But when financial stress returns, will you be prepared? We offer a classic solution, as well as market insight and analysis, in our quarterly report on investing.
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The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on handling racially insensitive remarks from a partner’s parents and keeping a bad actor off the board of directors.
Doctors can get so focused on explanation that they lose sight of the importance of description.
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