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The State Department plans to pay for a conference in Washington for all its chiefs of mission while most of its employees go without pay.
Dana Martin, a transgender woman from Hope Hull, Ala., was found shot to death in a vehicle in Montgomery.
Under a new governor, it’s hoping to use its status as the most populous state as leverage when it negotiates with drug makers.
Four black men were accused of raping a white woman in Florida in 1949. Two were killed. Two were imprisoned. On Friday, they were pardoned.
The operator of the nursing home, Hacienda HealthCare, has been locked in a legal battle with a state health agency, refusing to turn over financial records.
Jake T. Patterson, 21, was held pending murder and kidnapping charges, the authorities said. Jayme, 13, had vanished when her parents were fatally shot in a rural Wisconsin town.
As the government shutdown drags on, 800,000 federal workers and their families are preparing to miss a paycheck. The Times reached out to some of them to hear their stories.
The justice’s recovery from surgery “is on track,” said a court spokeswoman, and no further treatment is required.
The R&B star has enjoyed fame despite decades of claims that he’s abused teenage girls. Why?
In the last three months, 6 to 7 million people have caught the flu, and the season isn’t over yet.
President Trump denied that he ever promised Mexico would “write out a check” for his border wall. Yet he has said Mexico would “make a one-time payment,” that Mexico would reimburse the United States and that the costs could be covered by imposing fees on Mexican diplomats and workers.
The New York senator has hired Meredith Kelly as communications director for a campaign, and now has 15 days to file with the Federal Election Committee.
Friday: How Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed parental leave program compares to others; an investor sues Alphabet; and restaurants galore.
Dense cities like New York have long promised higher wages, but now that is primarily true for workers with more education, a new analysis finds.
The 13-year-old disappeared from a small Wisconsin town in October at the same time her parents were found killed.
But in McAllen, where crime is near a 30-year low, there seemed to be a different reality.
President Trump’s affinity for strongmen is well established, but rarely has his administration offered such a striking break with diplomatic tradition.
House Democrats left a classified briefing with the Treasury secretary skeptical of the plan and unimpressed by the secretary’s defense of it.