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The Federal Trade Commission is examining whether Facebook violated a 2011 agreement with the agency on data privacy, a person with knowledge of the inquiry said.
As the United States enters its 15th year of war in Iraq, a former Marine Corps tanker remembers the invasion that set the occupation, and all its destruction, in motion.
On the 15th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, The Times reintroduces At War, a forum for the firsthand experiences of global conflict.
Amnesty International accused security forces of doing nothing despite warnings that the militants were nearby. The military said the findings were flawed.
The shooting was reported early Tuesday at Great Mills High School in southern Maryland.
Tuesday: Sheriffs’ objection to sanctuary policies, Uber suspends autonomous car tests, and a warning about very potent pot.
Mr. Sarkozy is facing an investigation into whether his 2007 election campaign received funding from the regime of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.
The explosion comes amid heightened concern after a series of bombings in the nearby city of Austin, Tex.
A Supreme Court decision could lead to widespread, ideologically motivated censorship.
Why would China commit to a liberal world order that doesn’t reflect its own political values?
Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico six months ago this week. We’re still struggling to rebuild.
Canada loves its ice, and outdoor hockey is part of the nation's cultural identity. So what happens when winters get too warm for backyard rinks?
Times have changed and old master paintings and the decorative arts no longer have the same draw for collectors.
When you wear the same thing every day, it stops being a shirt and becomes a symbol.
This lush, wild bit of Puerto Rico, a word-of-mouth destination that draws a loyal following of visitors, is rebuilding after last year’s ferocious hurricane season.
Evenings can be lively in Cruz Bay and the beaches are still inviting. But major resorts are closed and cleanup efforts continue.
The first half of our 52 Places Traveler’s trip around the Caribbean brings her to Trinidad and its famous Carnival, and to St. Lucia, where she had a relaxing stop.
A by-the-book dismissal for cause, or part of a White House smear campaign? We sort out the facts.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will defend her agency’s budget before a House panel, including a reorganization plan that staff members say she tried to withhold from Congress.
As global finance ministers gather in Argentina, the United States’ protectionist position on trade has consumed the discussions.