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A long-distance campaign for re-election by the ousted Catalan leader, Carles Puigdemont, highlights the unorthodox circumstances of the Dec. 21 vote.
Barry Sherman, founder of the pharmaceutical company Apotex, and his wife, Honey, were among Canada’s wealthiest couples.
By week’s end, Democrats’ excitement over Doug Jones’s upset win had been replaced by a more tempered view of the future in one of the nation’s most conservative states.
South Africa’s African National Congress was once a symbol of hope. As it chooses a new leader, what has happened to Nelson Mandela’s legacy?
The tax code has long offered rewards for buying rather than renting, an equation that has troubled some economists — and that the Republican bill upends.
An intellectual property tax in the Republican bill is raising fears that it will further damage the island’s struggling economy.
The shadowy program began in 2007 and was largely funded at the request of Harry Reid, the former Senate majority leader, who has had a longtime interest in space phenomena.
White women’s votes show that gender unity in Democratic politics is a myth. You know where to look for real leadership.
Catherine Porter, who has visited Haiti 20 times, explains how she discovered the men who collect and bury the bodies of impoverished Haitians.
A $300 million chateau is one of a string of extravagant purchases for a prince who is cracking down on ill-gotten wealth and preaching fiscal austerity.
A top executive has submitted at least 40 Freedom of Information Act requests targeting employees known to be questioning management at the E.P.A.
As the spectacle surrounding Ms. Newman’s departure promises to carry over into the Trump administration’s second year, her telegenic antics have not been entertaining to several West Wing aides.
Love her or hate her, the former reality show star turned White House aide has never shied away from controversy.
President Trump’s surname has become a racially charged taunt, or a braying assertion that the country is being taken back from forces that threaten it.
Salma Hayek writes searingly about bullying and sexual harassment by Harvey Weinstein; “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is out; and we’ve got ideas for procrastinating gift givers.
A balsam fir tree’s journey from a farm in Nova Scotia to a living room in Ridgewood, Queens, reveals the hard work necessary to deliver holiday cheer.
Accusations of sexual harassment and assault have not been received with the same uproar and solidarity as in the United States and beyond.
Britain’s plan to leave the European Union has prompted thousands of Europeans to return to the Continent, forcing British employers to compete for a diminishing pool of workers.
With sexual harassment revelations rife and public spaces threatened, some women are wondering just why they wear these things.
The president is showing how to take a vexing problem and make it harder.