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Masoumeh Ebtekar, President Hassan Rouhani's deputy for women's affairs and the highest-ranking woman in the government, was at least the seventh Iranian official to test... [Read More]
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At a closed-door meeting, Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged Democrats to "keep our eye on the ball" and mocked President Trump's skin color: "The ball has... [Read More]
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After an airstrike on Turkish forces by Russia or its Syrian allies, President Trump may be forced to pick between Moscow and Ankara. [Read More]
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The F.C.C is set to propose some of its largest penalties in decades. But critics see it as a delayed and tepid response. [Read More]
A super PAC announced late Thursday that it was buying $9 million in television and digital ads. It will be one of the largest ad... [Read More]
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Democrats are fighting for the crucial black vote in the South Carolina primary tomorrow. Churches have long played the primary role in mobilizing black support,... [Read More]
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"Never Rarely Sometimes Always" is not "Sometimes Always Never." But the teams behind these indies didn't consider changing names. Why not? [Read More]
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In naming him to lead the U.S. coronavirus response, President Trump praised his health policy record, but his biggest accomplishments are ones Republicans have opposed. [Read More]
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In Italy, where the coronavirus has infected more than 600 people, an important soccer match had to proceed. So it was played in an empty... [Read More]
The Democratic nomination could be wrapped up next month. That is too soon to select any candidate. [Read More]
If the virus spreads in the United States, the Federal Reserve might have to cut rates. But how fiscal policymakers respond is likely to be... [Read More]
We will learn a lot watching how well business and other analog activities operate during a crisis using digital tools. [Read More]
Our guide to new art shows and some that will be closing soon. [Read More]
Team members were not properly trained, lacked necessary gear and moved freely around and off military bases where Americans were quarantined, a complaint says. [Read More]
No confirmed cases have appeared in the city or state, but officials have begun to brace for the possibility of a widespread outbreak. [Read More]
China's entrepreneurs, essential to the economy, have seen their fortunes plummet. Many millions of jobs are at stake. [Read More]
possibly all of them - are biofluorescent, according to a new survey. [Read More]
Government health officials and scientists will have to clear statements with the vice president's office, one of three people designated as the administration's primary coronavirus... [Read More]
Senator Bernie Sanders is surging. Democratic Party leaders are nervous. And his rivals are hanging on, raising speculation about a brokered or contested convention. [Read More]
We were returning to our home port in Brooklyn when there was a sudden explosion. Everyone on board had to abandon ship. [Read More]
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