Asylum seekers in Texas were recruited for the flights by a woman who appeared to be a former Army counterintelligence agent. “We were tricked,” one migrant said.
A major Russian newspaper said the Russian troops, facing defeat in Lyman, had fled with “empty eyes” after barely escaping with their lives.
Both European and Russian leaders have said that ruptures discovered undersea were an act of sabotage.
The two political titans will face off again later this month in a race widely seen as a major test for one of the world’s largest democracies.
Darcy Bishop for decades has cared for her two brothers, who have cerebral palsy. Hurricane Ian was her biggest test yet.
About 200 households did not leave ahead of Hurricane Ian. Rescue teams are tracking down the stranded and evacuating them — if they are willing.
Deciding if and how to share health information can leave daters on a tightrope between vulnerability and vigilance.
As a teenage football prodigy, Mr. Walker was pressed to join a fight for civil rights in his hometown. His decision echoes decades later.
The justices return to the bench on Monday to start a term that will include major cases on affirmative action, voting and discrimination against gay couples. Several will take on questions about race.
Upcoming Supreme Court cases could have big implications for businesses.
The wealthy California county just north of San Francisco has one of the nation’s highest Covid-19 vaccination rates after years of being known for parents who opposed shots for childhood diseases.
Packed with squash and greens, it anchors a menu from David Tanis that’s perfectly autumnal and best made in advance.
Clarence and Ginni Thomas are Mr. and Mrs. Mutiny.
A court that does not keep the public’s trust cannot perform its critical role in American government.
When it became clear that Vladimir Putin would require me to support his war in Ukraine, I had to leave.
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Why is the president sitting this out?
Parents aren’t doing enough to protect their kids from gaming addiction.
The case for a progressive levy on consumption.
The Christian singer-songwriter, who died at age 41 in a car crash, has a legacy that lives on.
The perception that lawmakers are cashing in on their offices has fueled cynicism among voters. Some politicians want to take the current limits further.
An argument at Arizona State’s multicultural center spiraled into a disaster for everyone involved. Who was to blame?
Hurricane Ian is all but certain to join a growing list of very costly storms.
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The oil producers group, which meets on Wednesday, is worried about declining demand in a slowing global economy. Prices have dropped by 25 percent since June.
In Monday’s election, residents of a town that was once a stronghold of the independence movement are expected to back the province’s popular premier, who has embraced a nationalism based on French Québécois identity.
The Nobel Prizes will be announced beginning Monday.
Eliud Kipchoge, the world’s greatest marathoner, has an unlikely partner in his world-record-setting marathon runs: a course volunteer who is responsible for handing him nutrition.
Salmon is in; sugary yogurt is out.
A new study predicts hip fractures will nearly double worldwide by 2050. Here’s how to avoid them.
Increased shedding after illness is not unusual. The good news is that it’s most likely temporary.
Marley Brown had no appetite for dating when she met Akeel Shah, her colleague at the restaurant SingleThread. But after they bonded over passions for cooking and their careers, love was on the menu.
Moving up to the Wednesday and Thursday puzzles.