He also said that he was willing to help law enforcement agencies in their investigations, and that he “unequivocally” regrets the “ill-judged association.”
The suit claims Fiat Chrysler sought to undermine contract negotiations with the autoworkers union to hurt G.M.
Ten candidates will debate at 9 p.m. Eastern in Atlanta.
An upcoming exhibition at a Beijing arts center was canceled, the latest sign of how China’s turn toward a more hard-nosed authoritarianism has crept into civil society.
Benny Gantz, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s top rival, failed to break the yearlong deadlock. The challenge now goes to Parliament, and probably to a third election.
The victim was a spectator at a Friday night playoff game in New Jersey.
A Pentagon official provided new details about when the Ukrainians may have learned about the hold on security aid. Gordon D. Sondland also testified that multiple top officials, including Mike Pompeo and Mike Pence, knew about the campaign to pressure Ukraine to announce investigations of Democrats.
The company said the ads would not be directed specifically to audiences based on their public voter records or political affiliations.
Ahead of the Democratic debate on Wednesday, we asked Times readers what issues they most wanted the presidential candidates to discuss, and why.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Ambassador Gordon Sondland testified that President Trump ordered a pressure campaign on Ukraine and that senior-most administration officials knew about it.
From Trump to Theranos, the main story line of the 2010s was the ascendance of scammers, hucksters and fakery.
Restless mobility in search of opportunity is an American hallmark, but new Census Bureau data finds that more people, especially millennials, are staying put.
In the explosive impeachment-hearing appearance by Gordon Sondland, drama and farce were never far apart.
Elon Musk’s announcement of a factory in Germany took the industry by surprise, but the deal had been in the works for months.
The president, seeking to defend himself from damaging testimony delivered by the ambassador Gordon D. Sondland, said again Wednesday that he wanted ‘no quid pro quo’ in regard to Ukraine.
The United States ambassador to the European Union told the impeachment inquiry his efforts to press Ukraine to announce investigations were ordered by President Trump, and top officials knew.
The loss of local news coverage in much of the United States has frayed communities and left many Americans woefully uninformed, according to a new report.
After nearly two years of unrest, the company appears to be cracking down on employee activism.
We’re not saying it’s going to happen … but just in case.
Black Friday is a money- and time-sucking vortex. Here’s what not to do this year.
For some, “Christmas creep” is about enjoying holiday music and movies as soon as Halloween is over. Let them do so in peace.
Even if she wins the presidency — hardly a sure bet — she may jeopardize Democrats in the House and the Senate.
The case is simple, and the evidence supporting impeachment is now crystal clear.
A guest on the ‘Ingraham Angle,’ a Fox show, suggested that Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman, a key figure in the impeachment hearings, was guilty of spying.
The nominee, Dr. Stephen M. Hahn, said the decision to restrict flavors would not be his, if confirmed, because it was already under final review by the White House.
As Justin Trudeau officially begins his second term, a sense of alienation from the rest of the country is the dominant sentiment in the oil-producing provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Don’t impeach him. His actions have all been within the scope of the presidency.
There is still no sign of Maurizio Cattelan’s “America,” which went missing from a palace in England two months ago. But theories abound.
If there’s a sure route to a second Trump term, it’s more of the liberal contempt that produced the “deplorables.”
The police said the attack was under investigation and declined to say whether they believed it was a hate crime.
A former asylum officer says “remain in Mexico” and other policies undermining asylum aren’t just racist, they’re illegal.
England just can’t quit the Portuguese coach. But is Tottenham Hotspur right to bet its future on a man whose best days may be behind him?
Four female moderators. Four female candidates. That’s more women on a presidential debate stage than ever before. So what will listeners hear?
The United States ambassador to the European Union delivered explosive testimony to the House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday.
Manufacturers can prevent the Department of Defense from repairing certain equipment, which puts members of the military at risk.
To avoid a disappointing 2020 turnout, the party needs to understand the nuances of the Latino electorate.
Please don’t start with Medicare.
The primary race has created plenty of talk about levying billionaires. But leading Democratic proposals could also affect millions of well-paid workers.
Over the weekend, Bravo hosted its first conference, bringing together “Bravolebrities” and the people who really, really love them.
The state’s demographics have been favorable to turn it blue, but destiny is shaped by history, too.
Even for a president who rarely spares the rhetorical howitzer, this was something new.
With juicy meat and extra-crisp skin, Thanksgiving turkeys cooked in the manner of ducks are keeping Chinatown barbecue restaurants busy across the United States.
Two algal species share important genes with all modern land plants, a new analysis finds.
Calvin Marcus’s color-washed works, which feature surfers, bodybuilders and dead fish, defy narrative.
The initial lineups of original shows on the two streaming services are hit-and-miss. But here are five worth checking out.
E-mountain bikes may enable newcomers to gain fitness on daunting hills or snowy trails.
One of Mexico’s most notorious drug cartels turned a city into a war zone for a day. Watch how gunmen took on the army — and won.
You might want to think twice before plugging in at an airport or on the train.
Cutting and other forms of self-injury are on the rise among adolescents. Researchers are beginning to understand the phenomenon and how to treat it.