Federal scientists and lawyers, told to undo regulations that some have worked on for decades, have embedded data into technical documents that environmental lawyers are using to challenge the rollbacks.
The case is strong for spending a large amount of money in the short term to fend off worse economic woes down the road.
If you’re one of millions of Americans exposed to air pollution, you may be at a greater risk of catching the coronavirus — and of having a more severe infection.
The Amazon reality series starring Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn is the latest riff on “Project Runway.”
‘Social distance socializing’ isn’t just a temporary stopgap. Online gatherings are the culmination of a broader shift.
The Kunstmuseum in Basel agreed to pay the heirs of a Berlin collector for 200 works he sold as he fled German persecution of Jews.
A deal with General Motors and Ventec Life Systems to produce tens of thousands of the critical lifesaving devices seemed imminent. Then the announcement was pulled back.
The cartoonist discussed his first graphic novel that is nonfiction, the way basketball has invaded his life and the biggest thing about “Linsanity.”
To keep coronavirus patients breathing, hospitals are pioneering a little-tested method.
Arian Agrawal and Arjun Naskar never crossed paths at M.I.T. But after graduation, and after both had moved to San Francisco, he saw an intriguing woman, who lived in the building next door.
Britain needs a leader, not a joker.
Generosity is a sign of intelligence, and givers are the rising tide that lifts all boats.
Upended by the coronavirus outbreak, nonprofits are laying off workers and seeking help from stretched donors.
A chaotic mismatch between the supply and demand for oil is saturating the world’s ability to store it all.
Friday: Leaders say that it’s progress, but that more must be done. Also: Get to know the Navy hospital ship headed for Los Angeles.
Infectious disease experts recommend erring on the side of caution, but what if that means pausing a service that provides peace of mind to clients and a steady source of money to low-income workers?
State officials and voting rights advocates say the $400 million to safeguard elections in the coronavirus stimulus package is far less than what states will need to implement voting by mail.
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Trump administration officials are discussing taking action after China said it would expel almost all American journalists for The New York Times, The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal.
Pretending to be a senior official, Sergei Davydov induced judges to fix cases, then revealed the conversations. Then the system struck back.