Lawmakers and aides familiar with the negotiations said the number of beds for housing detained migrants already in the country was the main sticking point.
Troops deployed last year at President Trump’s request will now help combat drug gangs and fight wildfires instead, under an order Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to sign on Monday.
President Trump has scheduled a rally in El Paso, which he has used as an example of the security a border wall can bring. But many city officials don’t agree.
Prosecutors for the special counsel suggested plans discussed by Trump associates to address Russia’s conflict with Ukraine and the resulting sanctions remained at the center of the investigation.
Ms. Harris seemed to try to be all things to all people as a district attorney and state attorney general. Now, as she runs for president, her record faces a chorus of critics, especially on the left.
In Iowa, Cory Booker and Elizabeth Warren presented Democrats with a philosophical choice between healing a divided country or crushing President Trump.
In a crowded field dominated by candidates from coastal states, Ms. Klobuchar, a Minnesota senator, hopes that her Midwestern roots and bipartisan style can make her an attractive candidate.
Ralph Northam’s early life, growing up in Virginia’s rural Eastern Shore, provides clues about how his perspectives on race were shaped.
Mr. Northam promised to address racial inequality in Virginia “with policy.” Meanwhile, the lieutenant governor faced continued calls to resign over sexual assault allegations.
Last week, a racist photo from the yearbook of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam surfaced online. Since then, it’s been chaos for the state’s top Democrats.
As the 61st annual ceremony arrives, the Grammys are struggling to remain relevant and to meet demands for more equitable gender representation.
Cardi B! Lady Gaga! Janelle Monáe!
A list of the winners from the 61st annual Grammy Awards.
Two-thirds of the city’s 550,000 residents who have trouble walking live far from an accessible subway station, a New York Times analysis has found.
We asked you to document the crowded platforms, delays and broken down subway stations. Here’s what you sent. Send us more.
From Tokyo to Zurich, readers told us how New York’s subway compares with the public transportation in their cities (spoiler alert: not well).
It’s irresponsible to pretend that America can add splashy new social programs without finding a way to pay for them.
Voters want more open borders, not a ‘smart wall.’ Democrats should listen.
Amy Klobuchar, Sherrod Brown and how to be a middle-class fighter.
Are the United States and Russia entering a dangerous new era of unchecked nuclear weapons development?
In Thailand, the army proposes and the king disposes. Not the other way around.
A new study shows it works for adult sleep, too.
Since 1987, a treaty with Moscow to limit midrange missile deployment has boosted trans-Atlantic security. But Russia has been cheating, and is fielding missiles banned by the compact.
The country’s powerful military is trying to crush a nonviolent movement for civil rights.
It’s for the good of the country. Especially our kids.
Or mine isn’t, anyway.
By moving to bar chaplains from the death chamber, the state has undermined the place of faith in the public sphere.
Seeing the aurora borealis has become a must-do item for camera-toting tourists from Alaska to Greenland to Scandinavia. On a trip to northern Sweden, the sight proved elusive, if ultimately rewarding.
Uninterested in disciplined minimalism, a group of defining interior designers is championing England’s long-held preference for color, wit and wackiness.
Thomas Mallon’s “Landfall” imagines the goings-on inside the Bush White House.