As fashion designers tranform the egalitarian club-scarf into a logofied luxury, true-blue soccer fans are left scratching their heads.
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Alabama’s Senate special election comes to a high-stakes conclusion on Tuesday, after dueling endorsements from the president and his predecessor and $40 million in campaign spending.
Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates has been interviewed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigators about her meetings with White House officials, and she recounted concerns she had shared with the Trump administration about ex-national security adviser Mike Flynn.
Lawmakers are moving to change procedures for reporting sexual harassment on Capitol Hill and how settlements are funded, after Congress was shaken last week by more allegations of improper behavior and three resignations.
A rogue state agency took my personal emails and filed them under ‘opposition research.’
President Donald Trump said Monday’s attempted terrorist attack is more evidence that the country’s immigration system needs a total overhaul to end immigration based on family relationships.
A federal judge denied the Trump administration’s renewed bid to prevent transgender people from joining the U.S. military, ordering that such recruits be allowed to join beginning Jan. 1.
City officials implored New Yorkers to be vigilant and help law enforcement agencies keep them safe, after a suspect tried to set off a crude pipe bomb near the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
City residents expressed fear, bewilderment and a sense of resignation after Akayed Ullah allegedly detonated an explosive device near the Port Authority Bus Terminal during the morning rush hour. But some tourists took note of how quickly New Yorkers resumed their busy lives.
The Bangladeshi man accused of detonating an explosive device in an underground passageway near Port Authority Bus Terminal is a legal U.S. resident who was angry about “the plight of Muslims” in the Middle East, according to a senior law-enforcement official.
Mario Batali stepped down from the day-to-day operations of his restaurant-management company, saying some of his behavior ‘was wrong and there are no excuses.’
The White House opposes a push for a congressional probe of President Donald Trump by three women who have accused him of sexual misconduct, a call that comes as Washington has been shaken by claims of mistreatment of women by politicians.
President Donald Trump’s chief trade adviser blasted the World Trade Organization Monday for “losing its essential focus” and becoming “a litigation-centered organization” that has failed to enforcing existing rules.
A federal judge on Monday lightly chastised Paul Manafort, the former chairman of the Trump campaign facing money-laundering charges, for editing an editorial that appeared to violate a gag order prohibiting public statements by prosecutors and the defense before trial.
Chinese officials are putting in place a contingency plan to combat consequences for China of U.S. tax changes as well as expected interest-rate increases by the Federal Reserve.
The pace of North Korea’s nuclear and missile tests has slowed considerably in recent weeks and history suggests it will remain low in the coming weeks, providing a narrow diplomatic opportunity for a negotiated resolution to the crisis, writes Gerald F. Seib.
The Tasmanian tiger frightened European settlers, who put a bounty on its head. A new study mapping the tiger’s genetic code found it was anything but fearsome—the wolflike marsupial, that some Australians believe still exists in its last island stronghold, was in poor genetic health before it was hunted to extinction.
A telecom software company will resolve a criminal investigation of its use of uncleared Russian nationals working on a U.S. defense project by implementing a security plan that U.S. officials hope will be an industry model.
The Trump administration’s planned overhaul of U.S. corporate tax law came under attack Monday from finance ministers of Europe’s five largest economies, voicing the growing anxiety among foreign executives and officials that the proposals would give American firms unfair tax advantages.