With the country polarized and the Supreme Court’s ideological balance at stake, the battle over Brett M. Kavanaugh will most likely cost tens of millions of dollars.
Published At 2018-07-10T05:00:07-04:00
Author: By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG and JONATHAN MARTIN
It is almost time to welcome a new Chick-Fil-A Restaurant to Corpus Christi, specifically the south side of town. The restaurant is set to open next Thursday, July 12, at 5929 Saratoga Blvd. To ce...
Published At 2018-07-06T10:28:36Z
Friday: soccer-watching suggestions, and a bakery closes in German Town.
Published At 2018-06-29T06:00:09-04:00
Author: By JONATHAN WOLFE
Coinbase, the most popular digital-currency platform in the U.S., late Friday said it is exploring adding five new cryptocurrencies to its suite of offerings, which currently includes bitcoin and Ethereum’s Ether coin.
Published At 2018-07-13T22:46:50Z
Author: Mark DeCambre
She fractured her foot and it healed, but the pain just kept getting worse.
Published At 2018-07-11T05:00:02-04:00
Author: By LISA SANDERS, M.D.
Mr. Sharif and his daughter Maryam were convicted in absentia while in London. Supporters say the verdict is an assault on democracy by pro-military judges.
Published At 2018-07-06T07:42:23-04:00
Author: By SALMAN MASOOD
Johnson & Johnson should ready itself for a flood of new lawsuits after a jury ordered the company to pay $4.69 billion to 22 women who blamed their ovarian cancer on asbestos in its talc products, legal experts said.
Published At 2018-07-13T20:55:00Z
Author: Jef Feeley and Margaret Cronin Fisk
The secretary of state’s trip is his third to Pyongyang, and comes despite widely held doubts about Kim Jong-un’s willingness to denuclearize.
Published At 2018-07-06T00:08:52-04:00
Author: By GARDINER HARRIS
Jimmy Kimmel returned from vacation in the mood to settle a score.
Published At 2018-07-10T04:25:22-04:00
Author: By GIOVANNI RUSSONELLO
Officials are facing political and judicial pressure to reunite families separated at the border, with the authorities struggling to identify connections between family members.
Published At 2018-07-05T14:54:29-04:00
Author: By CAITLIN DICKERSON
President Trump’s selection of Brett Kavanaugh for a Supreme Court vacancy comes just four months before crucial national elections.
Published At 2018-07-10T05:00:10-04:00
Author: By JONATHAN MARTIN and ALEXANDER BURNS
For years, the Israeli spy agency has tried to find the body of a spy who was executed in Syria. It has not found the body but it has found his watch.
Published At 2018-07-05T19:48:36-04:00
Author: By RONEN BERGMAN
The restaurant chain needs to perfect the simple things first.
Published At 2018-06-28T12:00:37Z
Author: Sarah Halzack
A dentist explains that it’s all about dental surface area.
Published At 2018-07-10T11:00:31Z
Author: Rachelle Hampton
Expanding the World Cup field to 48 teams from 32 amounts to “killing the sport,” the Telemundo announcer says. And, no, he doesn’t rehearse his calls, though people ask him to do it all the time.
Published At 2018-07-04T13:01:41-04:00
Author: By SANDRA E. GARCIA
The nomination will set off a furious confirmation battle, as the retiring Justice Anthony M. Kennedy has held the decisive vote in many closely divided cases.
Published At 2018-07-09T20:56:33-04:00
Author: By MARK LANDLER and MAGGIE HABERMAN
July 10 is Chick-fil-A's 14th annual Cow Appreciation Day. For sporting cow spots, waving a cow bell or dressing "udderly crazy," customers will be rewarded with free food.
Source: USA Today
Published At 2018-07-09T05:05:00Z
Author: Kelly Tyko
Migrant children detained by immigration authorities must receive five to six hours a day of instruction, under federal law. But how good the schooling is depends on the facility.
Published At 2018-07-06T05:00:06-04:00
Author: By DANA GOLDSTEIN and MANNY FERNANDEZ
Andy Byford is scheduled to meet with Mayor Bill de Blasio for the first time on Tuesday, nearly six months after he arrived to fix the system.
Published At 2018-07-10T05:00:01-04:00
Author: By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS
A school that sends more than 200 students to the specialized schools would get about 20 spots under the new plan, which could upend the city’s middle schools.
Published At 2018-06-29T05:00:09-04:00
Author: By WINNIE HU and ELIZABETH A. HARRIS
Gang violence and lack of jobs are reasons people head to the United States. But so is drought.
Published At 2018-06-29T06:00:09-04:00
Author: By LAUREN MARKHAM
Those rescued from Tham Luang Cave are being closely examined by doctors and are not yet allowed to have contact with their families.
Published At 2018-07-10T06:16:35-04:00
Author: By RICHARD C. PADDOCK and MIKE IVES
The mortality rate flattens among the oldest of the old, a study of elderly Italians concludes, suggesting that the oldest humans have not yet reached the limits of life span.
Published At 2018-06-28T14:00:05-04:00
Author: By CARL ZIMMER
A week after a newsroom shooting killed five, journalists from around the country have gone to Maryland to work with the depleted staff.
Published At 2018-07-05T14:27:26-04:00
Author: By JACLYN PEISER
ICE special agents said the Trump administration’s crackdown on illegal migrants has hampered national security investigations and partnering with local officials.
Published At 2018-06-28T17:07:21-04:00
Author: By RON NIXON
While many maintain a defiant tone, Chinese shoppers could get hurt as the trade war hurts exports and makes even basic types of food more expensive.
Published At 2018-07-06T06:21:05-04:00
Author: By RAYMOND ZHONG
The Danes, who have struggled to integrate non-Western families, are getting tough: From age 1, immigrant children will receive mandatory instruction in “Danish culture.”
Published At 2018-07-01T23:30:04-04:00
Author: By ELLEN BARRY and MARTIN SELSOE SORENSEN
A caller thought State Representative Janelle Bynum, who was canvassing in her district, was “casing the neighborhood” and might rob the homes.
Published At 2018-07-05T17:42:57-04:00
Author: By MIHIR ZAVERI
A former Navy diving officer who is now a New York Times reporter sheds light on the obstacles to guiding the children and their coach out of a flooded cave complex.
Published At 2018-07-10T05:00:07-04:00
Author: By JOHN ISMAY
Kim Sinatra, the general counsel, knew for years about a $7.5 million settlement between former CEO Steve Wynn and a casino employee.
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Published At 2018-07-06T01:57:26Z
Author: Chris Kirkham
Secular and religious Americans should be grateful that laws speak louder than the prayers of the Trump administration.
Published At 2018-07-05T15:33:24-04:00
Author: By SUSAN JACOBY
The former lawyer, Raphael A. Sanchez, also must pay more than $190,000 in restitution tied to the wire fraud and aggravated identity theft charges.
Published At 2018-06-28T17:54:23-04:00
Author: By CHRISTINE HAUSER
The discovery of a mysterious coffin on a construction site in Egypt has prompted ever-wilder theories about what secrets might lie inside.
Published At 2018-07-13T10:26:17-04:00
Author: By DECLAN WALSH
Listen to excerpts as our chief classical music critic explains why he loves the piece (while understanding why it provokes exasperation).
Published At 2018-07-13T06:39:42-04:00
Author: By ANTHONY TOMMASINI
The free movement of people and goods, one of the E.U.’s founding ideals, is under threat as leaders grapple with a populist revolt against immigrants.
Published At 2018-07-05T16:52:44-04:00
Author: By STEVEN ERLANGER and KATRIN BENNHOLD
Global health experts say breast milk is especially important for babies in poor countries, where unsafe water supplies can make powdered infant formula dangerous.
Published At 2018-07-09T17:54:48-04:00
Author: By RONI CARYN RABIN
A brief history of the debate in the U.S., from the rise of formula to the Trump administration opposing an international resolution encouraging breast-feeding.
Published At 2018-07-14T05:00:04-04:00
Author: By CHRISTINA CARON
Spare pipeline capacity is proving to be a very valuable commodity.
Published At 2018-06-28T14:07:00Z
Author: Matthew DiLallo
Forty-eight gas stations in Texas will pay a $166,592 settlement to customers who were victims of price gouging during Hurricane Harvey last year.
Published At 2018-07-06T06:00:16Z
The conceptual artist’s life and work push against the boundaries of race and identity in America.
Published At 2018-06-27T05:00:09-04:00
Author: By THOMAS CHATTERTON WILLIAMS