A judge in Australia said a couple had left their baby “severely malnourished” on a strict vegan diet. The case stirred debate about raising the very young solely on plant-based foods.
“Imagine what would have happened if, God forbid, Barack Obama had been assassinated after becoming the de facto nominee,” Mr. Biden said, evoking the tumult of 1968.
Michael Drejka said he had feared for his life when he killed Markeis McGlockton in an argument over a parking spot.
The lakes rose this year to levels not seen in decades. A 1,234-mile drive around one of them revealed what all that water has left behind — vanishing beaches, closed roads, new islands.
Jean Cramer, who is running for City Council in Marysville, Mich., added, “No foreign people.”
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How a long line of questionable decisions led to the crisis over lead contamination in Newark.
When witness descriptions made no mention of a suspect’s facial tattoos, the police airbrushed them away for an identification lineup. The practice goes beyond one case.
An escalating trade war and unpredictable policy shifts. Also, tweets.
The once-swaggering company is losing more money and growing more slowly than ever. What happened?
The fires had burned for weeks but plunged President Jair Bolsonaro’s administration into crisis mode only now, after photographs began circulating widely.
While other cities are jailing drug users, Seattle has found another way.
The question of how to work out the relationship between them is fundamental to understanding American history.
The U.S. doesn’t need to buy countries to rule the world.
‘Only one political party is quite literally inciting white nationalists to shoot up our synagogues.’
Our origin story provides the mechanism of self-reproach by which progress is made.
How a playboy billionaire built a political army to defend his fossil fuel empire.
Democrats say they care about global warming. Why couldn’t Mr. Inslee get more traction on it?
Meet the resilient strivers who prove that brilliance has no borders.
And what can you do about it?
I found myself terminally ill and unexpectedly single at 40. I didn’t know which was more terrifying.
A global treasure lies at the mercy of the smallest, dullest, pettiest of men.
Also this week, how an economic downturn could affect climate change.
There are no simple answers for fixing the F-35 program, as tempting as it is to look for a single root cause for its problems.
The “When They See Us” actress reads an essay about the need for gratitude and humor in times of grief.
Democratic candidates have taken a calibrated approach to talking about the economy, but the trade war with China provides a potent new line of attack.
Celebrities and even private tutors pay large sums of money to use emergency vehicles to escape traffic in one of world’s worst cities for traffic jams.
With the Trump administration nearly silent, European leaders have energetically stepped in to take up the mantle of leadership. A trade deal could be at stake.
Officers charged at demonstrators in Kwun Tong, and protesters threw gasoline bombs at the police, a marked departure from recent gatherings.
The president cited a national security law from 1977 that has never before been used to cut economic ties with a major power in a trade dispute.
The singer and songwriter’s seventh album is a recalibration, playing to her old strengths while hinting at new paths forward.
Did someone really walk into an auction and buy the priciest piece of real estate in California for $100,000? Well, yes and no.
“Figures of Speech” in Chicago tries to capture the essence of a prodigious fashion designer. It’s an endeavor with radical juxtapositions, clever products and some missed opportunities.
The trip-hop classic was an unexpected success in 1994. Geoff Barrow and Adrian Utley look back at its creation and explain how they think it should be heard.
The Brooklyn Museum opens its doors to the 97-year-old French designer, still defined by his groovy late ’60s fashions.
Rob Toma is the founder of Teksupport, which hosts some of the biggest rave dances in New York.
NASA is examining a claim that an astronaut improperly accessed the bank account of her estranged spouse from the Space Station.
Preparing for a marathon as steps on a long path to a closer relationship.
International trade of giraffes will now be regulated, but habitat loss and bush meat poaching remain the predominant threats to the species.
Americans still aren’t in agreement that mothers should work at all.
Researchers are trying to develop options to lithium-ion and other batteries in a quest for quick bursts of power and extended energy storage.
A man-about-town philanthropist, he and his brother Charles ran a business colossus while furthering a libertarian agenda that reshaped American politics.
Even if you’re already a Google pro, these tricks will get you to your desired results even faster.
Assess the harm. Don’t “catastrophize.” Take responsibility.
Do personality tests like the Myers-Briggs help managers learn their team’s working styles, or just encourage them to hire and promote people like them?
The president said he would raise tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese imports to 30 percent and would start the next $300 billion at a rate of 15 percent.
Venus Williams gets her due. A father-son journey in Iceland. How Uber got lost. The legacy of “Sesame Street.” And more.
There isn’t always something negative on the horizon.