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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.
Of the 81 cases in which a civilian review board found an officer had lied, the Police Department pursued “false statement” charges in only two.
After West Virginia, teachers in some other conservative states are protesting over pay and benefits, with a statewide strike looming in Oklahoma at the start of April.
The inquiry will focus on the decision by the Manhattan district attorney, Cyrus R. Vance Jr., to not prosecute Harvey Weinstein after a 2015 sexual assault allegation.
The new telling of “Forty Girls,” which mixes video, songs and traditional and modern music, is a bold departure for a Muslim country, especially Uzbekistan.
Tuesday: Spring cleaning with bedbug-hunting dogs, the Queens World Film Festival, and five newly renovated city parks.
Humans will have to get used to their machine co-workers. But the robot next to you may not be ready to be your replacement. At least, not yet.
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
“We are saving more of the unborn than any state,” Gov. Phil Bryant said. Abortion rights advocates called the bill clearly unconstitutional.
As his soldiers wage a brutal offensive near Damascus, President Bashar al-Assad takes a leisurely drive into the heart of the civil war.
Sure, third-party Facebook apps collected data about users’ lives. But they seemed convenient and harmless, and, really, what could go wrong?