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Plaintiffs in a class action say internal documents from at least four automakers show that they continued to use the flawed airbags to save on costs.
A Pennsylvania judge, responding to concerns about pretrial publicity, ruled Monday that a jury from another county will be brought in for the sexual assault trial.
From Brazil to Italy and, of course, New Orleans, take to the streets with revelers celebrating the subversion of everyday norms.
As they lobby to bring the Summer Games to Los Angeles, the nation’s Olympics officials have pressured Congress not to hold a hearing on the Russian doping scandal.
The president is planning a budget that prioritizes the military and other public safety requirements, with cuts to most federal agencies.
There is one category of migrants that countries embrace: the very rich. And more of them are moving than ever. Their top destination? Australia.
The folk singer accompanied the release of a new album with a workshop for convicts and a show at the Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Ossining, N.Y.
The South Korean intelligence chief told lawmakers in Seoul that four of the eight North Koreans identified as suspects worked for the country’s secret police.
Monday: The wrong movie was announced for best picture, the California G.O.P. held its spring convention, and a look back at the North Hollywood shootout of 1997.
One Democratic candidate is focusing on state issues, while the other hopes to harness anger toward the president, betting on a new strategy for Democrats.
At a national meeting, several governors said they must frame all their priorities, including immigration and health care, in economic terms.
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
Monday: A notable New Yorker, Off-Broadway Week and reflections before Lent.
Residents have only good things to say about Juan Carlos Hernandez Pacheco, but his arrest by immigration agents has left his Illinois town in a muddle.
Mr. Trump’s sympathetic remarks about young immigrants and inaction on the program that shields them have caused rifts in the White House and angered his Republican base.
Robots that can recognize emotions are in development, and they could someday move into roles reserved for humans. But it’s an opportunity, not a threat.
How Mr. Wilders and his party fare in March 15 elections in the Netherlands could indicate the strength of the far right elsewhere in Europe.
Traditional pensions have grown scarcer, life expectancies are generally greater and, for workers of all ages, planning is more important than ever.
How to get your financial situation in shape, whether you are closing in on retirement or just starting out.
The actress accused Mr. Lagerfeld of defaming her after he said that she switched designers, to one that would pay her for wearing a dress.