Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Many medical experts said that relapse is part of recovery and a symptom of disease, and shouldn’t be punished with jail. A court disagreed.
The killer had taunted the police in Fort Wayne, Ind., in the years since the 1988 rape and killing that drew national headlines.
Mariia Butina was accused of trying to broker secret relationships with American politicians so Russia could influence American policies.
A federal judge in San Diego granted a request to delay deportations of migrant parents who have recently been reunited with their children.
Rather than defend America against those would threaten it, he attacked his own citizens and institutions while hailing the leader of a hostile pow
A herpetologist was being honored for his scientific achievements. The award was swiftly rescinded when he showed revealing photos of women in swimsuits.
Monday: A senator is snubbed, a stolen fire engine is pursued and dog lovers break a record.
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
Guadalupe Mountains National Park in West Texas has a reputation as a hiker’s paradise. It’s deserved.
A plan underway to preserve some of the buildings where the flight pioneers Orville and Wilbur Wright built their Wright Flyers is falling apart.
Around the globe, flashy military performances have a more serious purpose: getting people with high-tech skills to sign up.
The little-visited Congaree National Park in South Carolina has been called “Redwoods East.” A kayak will take you deep into its quiet forest.
The president’s re-election haul reflects a brisk fund-raising effort. Most of his predecessors, by contrast, did not kick off their campaigns until after the midterms.
The city has begun a $4.5 million training program to help all officers recognize and address underlying bias.
The government outlined a new plan to reunify families by the July 26 deadline, but said doing so would risk returning children to abusive parents.
The carefully crafted narrative around Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, plays down his legacy as a charter member of elite Washington.
The Supreme Court said last month that public employees who disagree with their unions no longer have to pay dues.
Two police officers in Roswell, Ga., used a coin-tossing app while they decided whether to arrest a woman they had pulled over for speeding.
By forcing a showdown last year, Democrats gave Republicans an opening to end the filibuster of Supreme Court nominees. Some wish they had it back.
Two students at Yale are traveling the nation to collect stories of African-Americans
A portrait of life in the shelters for the children detained after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.
Candidates like Abby Finkenauer are ditching ads showing them in pantsuits and instead focusing on their personal stories.
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.
There was little sympathy online for President Trump after a faux pas while meeting with the queen.
The authorities said the men pleaded guilty to manslaughter and marijuana charges. The house that exploded was being used to grow marijuana, they said.
Walter Edward Stolper had already poured gasoline down a trash chute at his Miami Beach condo when the police intervened, the authorities said.