Bill OâReilly Is Forced Out at Fox News
The exposure of multiple settlements involving sexual harassment allegations against Mr. OâReilly brought an abrupt end to his two-decade career at Fox.
Bill OâReilly Thrives at Fox News, Even as Harassment Settlements Add Up
About $13 million has been paid out over the years to address complaints from women about Mr. OâReillyâs behavior. He denies the claims have merit.
Life After Bill OâReilly for Fox News to Include Tucker Carlson
Mr. Carlson has been tapped to replace Mr. OâReilly at 8 p.m. The round-table show âThe Fiveâ will take over Mr. Carlsonâs 9 p.m. slot.
After Georgiaâs Close Race, Montana Democrats Demand Partyâs Attention
The special election to fill Montanaâs empty House seat is next, and after a Democrat nearly won a Georgia seat outright, Big Sky Democrats ask, âWhat about us?â
Jon Ossoff, a Democrat, Narrowly Misses Outright Win in Georgia House Race
Mr. Ossoff, who is making his first bid for elective office, will face Karen Handel, a Republican, in a runoff election in June.
5 Takeaways as Georgia House Race Heads to Overtime
The closely watched race for Georgiaâs Sixth District now goes to a runoff in June between the Democratic candidate, Jon Ossoff, and the Republican, Karen Handel.
Jason Chaffetz, Powerful House Republican, Wonât Run in 2018
Mr. Chaffetz said he would not seek re-election for his seat in a heavily Republican district, as possible signs of a challenging race mounted.
Sheldon Adelson Gave $5 Million for Trumpâs Inauguration, Filing Shows
The gift, reported in federal election documents, was the largest single contribution ever given to a presidential inauguration.
Exxon Mobil Seeks U.S. Sanctions Waiver for Oil Project in Russia
Officials said the proposal, pending from the Obama administration, cited Exxonâs potential loss of Black Sea exploration rights to European rivals.
De Blasio Backs Efforts to Reduce Tobacco Use Among New Yorkers
The city initiatives seek several changes, including cutting the number of stores that can sell tobacco and raising the price of a pack of cigarettes.
Supreme Court Weighs State Aid to Church Programs
The case, one of several Justice Neil M. Gorsuch has heard so far, involves playground safety in Missouri â but it could have broader implications.
U.K. Parliament Approves Theresa Mayâs General Election Call
Britain will elect a new House of Commons on June 8, a vote that the prime minister hopes will strengthen her hand to negotiate a âBrexit.â
Jakarta Governor Concedes Defeat in Religiously Tinged Election
The incumbent, a Christian, implored his supporters to âforget all the things that happenedâ â a reference to the divisive nature of the campaign.
Turkey Arrests Dozens Over Referendum Protests
The police said the demonstrators were trying to âagitate peopleâ against an expansion of presidential powers, a lawyer for one of the detainees said.
Training African Armies to Fight Terrorism
In a program known as Flintlock, American and European special forces train armies from seven African countries over three weeks.
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Meet the Foreign Tech Workers Left in Limbo by Trump
They are app makers, they are podcasters, and they are also H-1B visa holders â possibly putting them at risk from the presidentâs immigration policies.
Ask The Wirecutter: The Value of Sound Bars (Even if They Cost $700)
A sound bar system â good ones cost around $200 and up â is a big improvement over the tiny speakers built into your flat-panel television.
Travel Tips: How to Pick a Travel Agent
Do your research, decide how much planning help you would like and donât be afraid of fees.
Trillions of Plastic Bits, Swept Up by Current, Are Littering Arctic Waters
A new study found that a major ocean current is carrying plastic from the North Atlantic to the Greenland and Barents seas, and leaving it there.
Aaron Hernandez Hanged Himself in Prison, Officials Say
The former tight end with the New England Patriots, who was convicted of first-degree murder in 2015, was found in his cell on Wednesday morning.
Aaron Hernandez Shed Tackles, but Not His Past
Mr. Hernandez, the former N.F.L. star who was convicted of first-degree murder on Wednesday, was thought to have the golden ticket out of a rough-and-tumble upbringing in Bristol, Conn.
Tom Brady Skips Patriotsâ White House Visit Along With Numerous Teammates
Some of the players, though not Brady, cited politics as the reason.
South Koreans Feeling Cheated After U.S. Carrier Miscue
News that the Carl Vinson strike group was thousands of miles from the Korean Peninsula rather than headed toward it drew accusations of bluffing and manipulation.
Retired Miners Lament Trumpâs Silence on Imperiled Health Plan
Coal company bankruptcies have left coverage for retirees, many with chronic ailments, in federal hands. Unless Congress acts this month, benefits will end.
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Ruth Sulzberger Holmberg, Newspaper Publisher, Dies at 96
A member of the family that controls The New York Times, Mrs. Holmberg challenged racial barriers, political skulduggery and environmental adversaries as publisher of The Chattanooga Times.
How to Win $1 Million for Your Film? Pitch, Pitch, Pitch
With Lee Daniels and Jeffrey Wright as jurors, five indie directors compete for a life-changing prize from the Tribeca Film Festival.
First Comes Tinder. Then Comes Marriage?
A new study reveals that the appâs users are more likely than offline daters to be looking for committed relationships. And they say âI love youâ more often.
Square Feet: Amid Delays, Hong Kongâs Ambitious Museum Plan Takes Shape
The government is heavily promoting the M+ museum, set to open two years behind schedule in 2019, but questions of curatorial independence remain.
On Pro Basketball: For Russell Westbrook, and His Orange Pal, Itâs Time to Get Serious
Oklahoma Cityâs Westbrook, a mercurial superstar, said his relationship with the basketball on the court is no joke as he and the Thunder prepare for Game 2 against the Houston Rockets.
Review: âIndecentâ Pays Heartfelt Tribute to a Stage Scandal
Paula Vogel makes her long-awaited Broadway debut, telling the story of a Yiddish drama shut down in 1923.
Gunman, Thought to Be Targeting Whites, Kills 3 in Fresno, Police Say
Kori Ali Muhammad had been on the run since Thursday, when he was suspected of killing a security guard. He surrendered to the police after Tuesdayâs rampage.
To Stay Ahead of Facebook, Snap Rolls Out 3-D Features for Messaging
The companyâs stock has fallen as competitors copy the features that once made Snapchat unique.
Vijay Mallya, Once Indiaâs âKing of Good Times,â Is Arrested in London
He was held as part of extradition proceedings that could lead to him being sent back to India, which he fled over a year ago under an avalanche of unpaid bills and accusations of fraud.
Noted: Charlamagne Tha God Puts His Straight Talk in a Book
In âBlack Privilege,â the radio and TV host recommends honesty as a form of self-empowerment.
Matter: Why Are Some Mice (and People) Monogamous? A Study Points to Genes
A groundbreaking study has found that genetic variations in mice are linked to parental care and monogamy, the first time such a link has been found in mammals.
Paramore Bounces Back With Old Faces and a New Sound
Hayley Williams and her band, which havenât released an album since 2013, return with âAfter Laughter.â
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