The police said one suspect had been taken into custody, but others could have been involved.
The police said one person was in custody, but they were unsure if there were others involved. The prime minister called the attack an “unprecedented act of violence.”
“Break break, request back to home,” the captain of the ill-fated Ethiopian Airlines flight radioed air traffic controllers minutes after taking off.
This delay is now part of the intense scrutiny over the company’s response to two deadly crashes involving its best-selling 737 Max jet.
The Senate voted to overturn President Trump’s national emergency declaration, delivering a bipartisan rebuke for what lawmakers in both parties saw as executive overreach
House Republicans joined Democrats to demand the public release of the special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s report on his investigation of Russia and the president.
The decision represents a significant development in the long-running battle between gun control advocates and the gun lobby.
For years, U.S.C. worked to overcome a reputation as a party school for rich students, and became a top-tier university. Lately, it has been at the center of one scandal after another.
Several current and former coaches, some with national titles and many with ties to U.S.C., were named in a federal indictment Tuesday.
Hudson Yards presented the city with a grand opportunity to remake Manhattan’s West Side. But what has arrived? A review of the most ambitious private development in New York in a century.
Grown-ups, here’s a story for you: Fix climate before it’s too late.
President Trump’s red wall in the Senate cracks. A bit.
Add a criminal investigation to the list of technical difficulties and PR disasters.
A “formulation” gathers the biological, psychological and social factors that led to a mental illness — and offers clues to the way out of suffering.
Why would a rich man cut corners on the most intimate of investments?
Progressives shouldn’t fall for facile technology fatalism.
Keeping folks alive is a collective task.
Gun makers will face a jury. But it’s the play-soldier subculture they’ve promoted that’s being judged.
It happens through election fraud and voter suppression. And Republicans are the thieves.
We don’t fully understand the risks introduced by the rise of increasingly automated airplanes.
The Indiana senator, who died on Thursday, produced two successful amendments to the Constitution. But the one closest to his heart — the popular election of the president — fell short.
A year ago, he had a few songs up on SoundCloud; now his song “Thotiana” is a Top 10 hit. But Blueface knows music is only part of the job.
Scientists will tell you it’s all an optical illusion and superstition. And even astrologers say it’s nothing to worry too much about.
“Last Days at Hot Slit,” edited by Johanna Fateman and Amy Scholder, collects work by the radical feminist who said her writing had to be “bolder and stronger than woman-hating itself.”