Mr. Trump’s lawyers said in a court filing that he was willing to be interviewed by investigators after voters cast their presidential ballots.
More than 200,000 complaints of scams and fraud have been filed so far this year, data from the Federal Trade Commission shows.
Though his career was cut short by injuries, he was regarded as one of the N.F.L.’s greatest players. The movie “Brian’s Song” spread his name beyond the sports world.
The agency’s new assessment directly contradicts federal scientists’ conclusions five years ago that chlorpyrifos can stunt brain development in young children.
A grand jury indicted the officer on charges of endangering neighbors with reckless gunfire, but no one was charged for shooting Ms. Taylor in her Louisville apartment.
Justice Ginsburg will be honored at the Supreme Court and the Capitol for three days.
Meme accounts like @dankrecovery and @brutalrecovery use dark humor to help those struggling with addiction.
The nation’s largest performing arts organization, shut by the coronavirus pandemic, sends a chilling signal that American cultural life is still far from resuming.
The report delivered on Wednesday appeared to be little more than a rehashing of unproven allegations that echoed a Russian disinformation campaign.
A 17-year veteran N.B.A. referee discusses blown calls, player beefs and the timeless question: Do superstars get special treatment?
Unlike some of its competitors, Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine does not need to be frozen and may require just one shot instead of two.
In William Blake’s engravings for the Book of Job I found a powerful lesson about grief and attachment.
The predominantly white neighborhoods outside Wisconsin’s largest city, among the nation’s most racially segregated suburbs, could be a key part of President Trump’s narrowing path to re-election.
Pledges on both sides of the aisle have inspired some and exasperated others with what they see as political posturing.
We invite readers to offer ideas about the nomination process and the composition of the court.
A new study finds that what used to be a rare weather double whammy has been occurring more frequently in recent decades because of climate change.
Why has the poisoning of Alexei Navalny been met with Western silence?
The outspoken conservative envoy, Pete Hoekstra, has been criticized for hosting a fund-raiser for a Dutch populist party at the U.S. Embassy.
Jamain Stephens was known as a big man on campus. His death raised questions about how his university is handling the coronavirus and prompted athletes to think about their own risks.
Away from the political drama of the TikTok deal, Walmart has been taking steps that are already changing the company and, by extension, the broader retail sector.