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“There’s a lot in there that I doubt, but the part I really don’t believe is that he can run,” the “Late Show” host said of the president’s comments.
The Catholic Church is lending some garments to the Met for its “Heavenly Bodies” show in May. A cardinal spoke to a crowd of fashion luminaries.
A Supreme Court case on public-sector unions is a reminder of why it matters how Justice Neil Gorsuch landed on the court.
If Trump didn’t know that Russia had infiltrated his campaign, he should have.
Pyeongchang and Parkland raise questions about Washington.
It is time to grant Doyle Lee Hamm, survivor of the execution chamber, clemency.
The nation’s most trusted news anchor had not been critical of the Vietnam War. A visit to Hue during the Tet offensive changed his mind.
The country’s highest administrative court ruled that diesel vehicles may be banned from city streets as part of efforts to improve air quality.
An unreleased report says North Korea has evaded United Nations sanctions, providing Syria with materials for chemical weapons.
“We want to talk also,” the president said. But hours later, the top U.S. diplomat on North Korea abruptly announced his departure.
Evangelicals like Franklin Graham are locked in a tight embrace with the president and the Republican Party. Some are now asking if the movement has gone astray.
Kennedy Airport was overwhelmed for days after a January snowstorm. How did Logan escape the same fate? The key might lie in how it’s managed.
The Alabama city has a complicated history, heavy with racial tensions. But it’s also a powerful place, and a friendly one for travelers.
Writing a will is about who gets your stuff, but many nonparents yearn to create a legacy by nurturing and influencing the offspring of others.
Tuesday: A local treasure on the National Register of Historic Places, splendid weather and hidden city reservoirs.
A new study projects that slightly more than two-thirds of the species could be threatened, as they swim farther and farther to find food.
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
An inquiry into why research on the nature of dogs gets so much attention raises the question of whether there are actually more studies of dogs.
An aquatic plant makes the rivers run red in a remote and diverse ecosystem. Now an oil company has sued for rights to drill in the region.
By embracing a customs union with the European Union, the leader of Britain’s opposition Labour Party seeks to exploit deep fissures in the Tory cabinet.