Trump’s plan is meeting stiff resistance from governors up and down the coasts.
Nikki Haley accused Syria’s government of having carried out a chlorine gas attack on civilians.
We're at The Metropolitan Opera for a preview of Donizetti's comedy "L'Elisir d'Amore," starring the soprano Pretty Yende and the tenor Matthew Polenzani. Hear them perform, and leave your questions in the comments; The New York Times reporter Josh Barone will ask some.
Peter Madsen has given shifting explanations of what happened. He has now been accused of binding and abusing journalist Kim Wall before killing her.
"In the '80s I lost a whole community and to my mind there's a generation missing," Nan Goldin said. "So are we going to watch now while another generation is being wiped out?"
The medieval city Lucerne, in Switzerland, is choked with tour buses. But new developments around the spacious lake it sits on promise to thin crowds and offer accessible doses of authentic Swiss Alps.
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From The New York Times Opinion Section: "There is little pretense that the court will be impartial in Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva’s trial."
The judge has opened her courtroom to any victim who wishes to speak, for however long she wishes to speak.
Breaking News: E-cigarette use may put teenagers at higher risk of smoking, a major report found. It also concluded vaping is safer than cigarettes.
NYC mayor Bill de Blasio laid out a plan last February for 90 new homeless shelters, including 20 in 2017. Only 10 have opened so far.
North Korea announced that Feb. 8, the day before the Olympic Games open in South Korea, would be a national holiday honoring its army.
The U.S. accuses China of swamping the market with artificially cheap solar panels. But increasingly, those panels come from elsewhere.
Breaking News: Attorney General Jeff Sessions was questioned for several hours last week by the special counsel's office investigating Russian meddling.