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In an impassioned dissent, Justice Sonia Sotomayor said the majority had gone badly astray. “Its decision is not just wrong on the law; it also sends an alarming signal to law enforcement...
In The New York Times Opinion Section, contributing op-ed writer Tim Egan argues, "One of the great surprises of the Trump era is the renaissance of civic engagement — at a level...
Back in 2014, NFL cheerleaders sued for minimum wage compensation, now cheerleaders are fighting for gender equality in the workplace.
Breaking News: Villanova Basketball has won its second men's basketball championship in 3 years, crushing Michigan Basketball in the NCAA title game.
Public school teachers in Oklahoma and Kentucky protested at their state capitols to demand higher pay, better benefits and more money for education.
President Trump asked a court to compel Stormy Daniels to raise her disputes with him in private arbitration, not lawsuits.
A crash in which a SUV carrying a family plunged off a California cliff may have been intentional. The parents and at least 3 of their 6 adopted children died in the crash.
The EPA announced a plan to roll back Obama-era greenhouse gas rules and said it would make California, which sets its own standards, fall in line.
Mary Gordon's advice to her female students at Barnard College: "Do not speak into your collar when you tell me your name. There are men across the street saying things of immense stupidity...
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Villanova Basketball won all 5 of their NCAA tournament games this season by double digits. Tonight they face Michigan Basketball for the championship. It's not David-vs.-Goliath,...
Mario Batali is trying to figure out how his life and career might recover.
The FBI says it tried to talk to the pair of self-described sex instructors, suggesting that U.S. investigators had not dismissed their account out of hand.
Pitchers for the Arizona Diamondbacks will have the choice to be driven from the bullpen or trot in, as usual.
President Trump is nominating an economic moderate to the No. 2 job at the Treasury, even as Trump takes a more hawkish stance on trade.
Did you apply for college this year and write an undergrad application essay about money, work, social class or related topics? If so, we'd like to see it.
For many women who are now letting go of their wigs and weaves, hair loss is no small problem. There are ways to conceal it.
Rep. Elizabeth Esty will not seek re-election after what she called her failure to protect women on her staff from sexual harassment and threats of violence from her former chief of...
Michigan Basketball got to the championship game by the seat of its pants. Villanova Basketball is a giant.
With his farm facing foreclosure, Fred Morgan believed his only solution was his $150,000 life insurance policy. He said he planned on killing himself so his family could receive the...
Trivia time! How well have you been following the news this year? Take this quiz with The New York Times Opinion Section columnist Frank Bruni and our media columnist, Jim Rutenberg....
Can America learn anything about student debt from other nations?
Researchers wondered whether buying timesaving services could improve relationships. (There is, admittedly, some inherent privilege in that question.)
Breaking News: U.S. stock indexes fell sharply in a broad sell-off driven by continuing scrutiny of technology firms and fears of a trade war with China.
Sinclair made local news anchors across the country recite the same script. The promotions renewed concern over how Sinclair wields power over its news broadcasts.
In The New York Times Opinion Section, Margaret Renkl writes that "all I want is for this state — and this country — to keep anyone else from going to school armed."
NFL cheerleader handbooks, 7 of which have been reviewed by The Times, include personal hygiene tips, like shaving techniques and the proper use of tampons.
In Amazon's experimental store, hundreds of cameras automatically tally what shoppers remove and put into their bags. Shoppers’ accounts are charged as they walk out the doors.
He started to discover that maybe it’s not correcting bad science that the internet loves. What the internet really wants is drama.
They say they are fed up with years of education funding cuts and stagnant pay in Republican-dominated states.