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George Anthony Morton, who served nine years on a drug charge, turned to painting in prison. Now he is bound for Florence for a summer of study.
This revival of the 1990s series feels at times like a nostalgic version of the original alternating with a harder-edged one.
Dozens of students protested the vice president’s graduation speech, which he used to condemn political correctness.
A Chinese turbine maker with a practice of seeking local workers sees benefit in focusing attention on a core group of Trump supporters in need of jobs.
The circus held its last show at Nassau Coliseum on Long Island after declining ticket sales led its operator, Feld Entertainment, to decide to shut it down.
Nine months after Uber rolled out self-driving vehicles in Pittsburgh, the city’s relationship with the ride-hailing company has soured.
President Trump used a speech in Saudi Arabia to declare his commitment to Sunni Arab nations, signaling a return to a policy his predecessor rejected.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has met resistance within his cabinet over measures aimed at showing President Trump Israel’s willingness to resume peace talks with the Palestinians.
The state’s jobless rate, 3.1 percent, has helped drive up wages. But the biggest problem is no longer a lack of jobs — it’s a lack of workers.
Billy McFarland wanted to create a luxurious music getaway in the Bahamas. It turned into a washout, with lawsuits and a federal investigation.
A look at how students in the Kansas City region commemorated the campaign in keepsakes meant to be enjoyed by all classmates, no matter their leanings.
Four obsessives at The New York Times and one newbie help you unpack the glories of a deeply American artifact as it stars its first black lead.
A theater producer who wanted to cast Damien Geter as Nick in the Edward Albee play has ignited a debate over race and authorial control.
American Ballet Theater’s season reminds us that ballet can turn silliness into enchantment but also turn serious themes into silliness.
William Sanders’s data-driven method of evaluating the effectiveness of teachers was a once-revolutionary idea that has gained wide acceptance.
While India produces some of the world’s best coders, many of its people have little sense of the virtual world. The arrival of the internet in their lives is one of India’s most hopeful narratives.
Senator Marco Rubio and other lawmakers inched away from the president over his actions surrounding Russia inquiries, but they did not explicitly criticize him.
President Trump spoke about a renewed effort to stamp out extremism during a centerpiece speech to Muslim leaders in Saudi Arabia on Sunday.
Timothy Piazza outgrew his shyness to become a protector. But at Penn State he fell victim to what prosecutors say was fraternity brothers’ criminal conduct.
Dr. Roland Yearwood, 50, from Alabama, and a 48-year-old Slovakian man, Vladimir Strba, died Sunday, officials said. An Indian climber was missing.