The seven states that rely on the river for water are not expected to reach a deal on cuts. It appears the Biden administration will have to impose reductions.
As the city awaits video of the fatal encounter with Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man, a law enforcement official described the footage as “absolutely appalling.”
Five officers were charged with second-degree murder, as the city braced for the release of video footage.
Mr. Nichols was pulled over by the Memphis police on the evening of Jan. 7 and died three days later. Five officers were charged with murder on Thursday.
A top State Department official said the ouster of several Ukrainian officials this week after corruption charges “sends a very strong signal.”
The relationships between big cities and rural-dominated legislatures have often been hostile. But a rift between Nashville and the Tennessee Legislature suggests the nation’s partisan divide is making things worse.
Truth Social, the social network started by former President Donald J. Trump, has struggled to attract large brands.
The review by John Durham at one point veered into a criminal investigation related to Donald Trump himself, even as it failed to find wrongdoing in the origins of the Russia inquiry.
The Personal Consumption Expenditures price index climbed 5 percent from a year earlier, slower than the reading last month.
Fresh data offered more detail on how shoppers retrenched at the end of 2022.
The yearslong battle to ban the delicacy in New York City rages on, with duck farmers, animal rights activists, two mayors and France all taking sides.
The intervention from London angered Scottish politicians, but it’s not clear that backers of independence can use the issue to their advantage.
The joint archive of Didion and her husband, John Gregory Dunne, includes manuscripts, photographs, letters, dinner party guest lists and other personal items.
A man walked in and fatally shot Marciano Martinez, but spared his co-worker. Two other farmworkers, a husband and wife, were also found dead at Concord Farms.
A dash of gin and a smattering of fried sage make these sautéed chicken breasts more than the usual weeknight dinner.
Rural voters blame the wrong people, but their troubles are real.
A crucial 2024 contest is a potentially nightmarish national mirror.
As mayor, LaToya Cantrell has a grip on the city. Whether she’s holding it by the hand or by the throat depends on whom you talk to.
Women are fed up with this traditionalist society’s impossible expectations of mothers.
The U.S. government classifies tens of millions of documents a year. Experts say the practice is excessive.
Who are the people taking to the streets, and why are they willing to risk their lives to confront the regime?
Plus, we play the Bored Ape Yacht Club’s video game “Dookey Dash.”
Some people experience pain flares from healed injuries or chronic conditions when it’s cold or raining. Are the two actually connected?
Tribal groups are fighting an Arizona project whose backers say increasing the supply of copper, crucial to batteries, would reduce fossil-fuel use.
Elon Musk, the billionaire owner of Twitter, met with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, stoking speculation about what the two had discussed.
Atlanta, Chicago and New York are finalists, and local Democrats are eager to bend President Biden’s ear to host what would be his formal nomination event.
A recent court ruling put a stop on a high-rise planned for the South Street Seaport, pitting preservation against housing needs — again.
We’re all a little self-serving. Here’s how to make that impulse work for you.
More hospitals and medical practices have begun charging for doctors’ responses to patient queries, depending on the level of medical advice.
Nasal rinsing has been used for thousands of years to relieve sinus inflammation, congestion, allergy symptoms and more. Here’s what the evidence says.
Snowshoeing is a strenuous, affordable antidote to cabin fever.
In a creative departure, the artist Kenneth Tam spent the last year creating sculptures that honor the lives of Chinese laborers in Texas who helped build the country’s railroad system.
What the data tells us about how people play the game.