After the assertion, the House Oversight Committee postponed a vote to recommend that the House hold two cabinet secretaries in contempt over the matter.
Weeks before the Supreme Court rules on the legality of the citizenship question, evidence filed in court could further erode the Trump administration’s rationale for the question.
The demonstrators were mostly peaceful, but some hurled bricks and bottles as they charged officers guarding the Legislative Council.
Unlike China’s retreat after big protests in 2003, this time it is not likely to back down.
How do you unite a fractious base and defeat President Trump? No one seems to know, but that isn’t stopping them from giving it a try.
Mr. Sanders, who is being portrayed as too extreme by President Trump and Republicans, will present his brand of socialism through a framework of economic justice.
For the Muslim community that lost three students to a gunman in North Carolina, motive matters.
Lawmakers plan to investigate the city’s role in a crisis that devastated the New York City taxi industry and left thousands of cabbies in debt.
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Daytrippers, cruise ships, home-sharing, cheap airlines: They all contribute to tourism saturation in European hotspots. But there are quieter alternatives, if you know where to look.
The average policy took 18 minutes to finish and required a college-level reading ability.
The direction and results are obvious.
There’s still time for New York legislators to repeal the law that keeps police records secret.
Brazil’s education system is being strangled by a president who doesn’t believe in learning.
Are we merely reproducing privilege or is there something to salvage in the system we have now?
Accurate predictions of Earth’s warming require computers that are too expensive for one country or institution.
There’s a word for his insinuations that something is wrong with Joe Biden. It’s “sick.”
Republicans are abandoning language that has long been standard in abortion bans. Why?
Huge crowds took to the streets to resist moves by Beijing to curtail human rights.
It is refreshing, yet bitter.
And he should start with Europe.
A California start-up wants to “redesign the entire end-of-life experience.” The answer to “eternity management”? Forests.
Grunewald, who died of a rare cancer at 32, kept running as long as she could, despite surgery, radiation, chemotherapy and a haunting prognosis. “My scars,” she said, “teach me to embrace life.”
Tired of living in one room, a couple check out three one-bedrooms on the Upper East Side. Vote on which they should choose.