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18.01.2018 21:32
With a government shutdown looming, the House planned to vote Thursday on a spending bill that would avert a crisis. But President Trump upended the G.O.P. strategy.
United States Politics and Government 18.01.2018 20:20
In an early morning tweet, President Trump contradicted his chief of staff and said his position on building a wall between the United States and Mexico had not “evolved.”
Trump, Donald J 18.01.2018 20:16
The 2020 race for the White House is already unfolding in the Capitol, with no fewer than six Democratic senators angling for their party’s nomination.
Democratic Party 18.01.2018 14:15
The Trump administration announced a new “conscience and religious freedom” office to protect health workers who oppose abortion, sex-changes and some contraception.
United States Politics and Government 18.01.2018 17:00
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s acting director is paying operations costs from its reserves this quarter, his latest move to curb the agency.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 18.01.2018 19:53
A water crisis — whether caused by nature, human mismanagement, or both — can be an early warning signal of conflict ahead. Iran is the latest example.
Global Warming 18.01.2018 15:59
Laurin’s husband was an activist. Her son chose to be brave in his own way.
El Salvador 18.01.2018 12:00
David A. Turpin and Louise A. Turpin, whose children were found in squalid conditions, some shackled, could face up to 94 years to life in prison.
Child Abuse and Neglect 18.01.2018 21:39
Cases of children isolated and abused by parents are rare but not unheard-of, say experts. Many recover.
Child Abuse and Neglect 17.01.2018 19:38
The list released Thursday leaned toward cities in the Midwest and on the East Coast, and away from the tech-saturated hubs of the West Coast.
Relocation of Business 18.01.2018 21:18
The e-commerce giant announced a short list of places that could become home to its second headquarters. The process has garnered the kind of enthusiasm normally reserved for bids to host the Olympics.
Relocation of Business 18.01.2018 21:33
Legislation backed by some Utah lawmakers would be a giveaway to local interests and begin the piecemeal unraveling of the park system.
National Parks, Monuments and Seashores 18.01.2018 20:09
Ravi Ragbir, the director of the New Sanctuary coalition in New York City, was detained last week after speaking out for immigrant rights.
Immigration and Emigration 18.01.2018 20:24
Two readers express their disappointment in his presidency.
Trump, Donald J 18.01.2018 21:18
With high levels of pressure and tension on the job, burnout rates among nonprofit staffers are rising. The antidote? Sabbaticals.
Sabbaticals and Career Breaks 18.01.2018 15:27
Those in favor of selective admission to our country should heed the lessons of a century ago.
Jews and Judaism 18.01.2018 10:47
African nations are ahead of the U.S. in some respects.
Politics and Government 18.01.2018 00:02
The president’s decision to expel 200,000 Salvadorans who received temporary protected status in 2001 is cruel and self-defeating.
Salvadoran-Americans 18.01.2018 10:45
A year into Trump’s presidency, we asked his voters for a progress report.
Trump, Donald J 18.01.2018 21:33
Buprenorphine and methadone are the most effective treatments for fighting opioid addiction. But most rehabilitation programs won’t use them.
Drug Abuse and Traffic 18.01.2018 01:32
Mr. Mayle, an Englishman, spawned a genre in 1989 with his travel memoir about renovating a house in Southern France.
Mayle, Peter 18.01.2018 20:34
The site was an early example of amateur journalism online, but it will dissolve its self-publishing platform in an attempt to minimize unverified stories.
News and News Media 18.01.2018 12:28
In her first sit-down interview, Ms. Farrow accused her father, Woody Allen, of molestation in a conversation with “CBS This Morning.”
Farrow, Malone (Dylan) 18.01.2018 15:34
A Gallup survey of people in 134 countries found that just 30 percent approved of American leadership under President Trump, a drop of nearly 20 points.
United States International Relations 18.01.2018 11:40
The successful trial of a long-range rocket capable of transporting nuclear weapons puts major cities like Shanghai within reach.
Defense and Military Forces 18.01.2018 13:16
The biggest increases have come from some groups who in the past were far less likely to have babies: highly educated women, those over 40, and women who have never been married.
Pregnancy and Childbirth 18.01.2018 20:27
Two years after the standoff at the Malheur Refuge, many people in the region remain convinced that their way of life is being trampled.
Bundy, Ammon E (1975- ) 18.01.2018 10:00
In his first night out as a private citizen, Chris Christie, the former governor of New Jersey, headed into New York City to catch a show by his idol, Bruce Springsteen.
Theater 18.01.2018 19:24
Prime Minister Theresa May said an under secretary would work across government departments to tackle the issue.
Depression (Mental) 18.01.2018 07:44

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