WASHINGTON — A closely watched subplot in the midterm election involved the fates of Republicans who backed the impeachment and investigation of former President Donald…
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He took on sects and other fringe groups in California, as well as abusive psychotherapists and a self-help guru. At one point assassins tried to kill him with a rattlesnake.
Alex Villanueva’s combative approach has antagonized many officials and spurred an extraordinary ballot measure that would allow county leaders to oust him.
Tropical storm conditions were possible for Jamaica on Monday, forecasters said.
A judge said there was probable cause for Christopher Schurr, to be tried for second-degree murder in the killing of Patrick Lyoya, an unarmed Black man, during a traffic stop in April.
With roads and bridges damaged and water and electricity out, people who rely on every-other-day dialysis treatments needed extraordinary efforts to survive the storm’s aftermath.
ENTERPRISE, Nev. — In a crowded living room at a house party here in the Las Vegas suburbs on a recent scorching Saturday, one of…
A missed insurance notice opened a window onto the cost of litigating challenges to race-conscious admissions programs to be heard this month by the Supreme Court.
At the Manhattan Fencing Center, the athletes don’t look much like the swashbuckling heroes in the movies. There are no daring leaps or flips, no…
A look inside the rebranding of MetroTech, an outdated corporate campus from the early 1990s.
Retailers have navigated pandemic closures and supply chain snarls in recent years. But dealing with the fallout from inflation could be an even tougher test.
In medical terms, the definition is clear. But when disputes arise, opponents argue that not every termination is an abortion.
To protect your sexual function, it’s vital to discuss your sex life, even if that feels awkward.
The film star had a trailblazing career, but also struggled to secure meaningful roles as an Asian American actress in Hollywood a century ago.
WASHINGTON — President Biden pledged on Tuesday that the first bill he would send to Congress next year if Democrats retain House control and expand…
FORT SCOTT, Kan. — Two months ago, Kansas became the unlikely toast of the Democratic Party after voters here overwhelmingly affirmed their support for protecting…
“What’s the expression — ‘Where’s the beef?’ I need some beef,” Judge Raymond Dearie, the independent arbiter, said during a conference call.