McCain Announces Opposition to Republican Health Bill, Likely Dooming It
Senator John McCain released a statement saying he would oppose the latest proposal, by Senators Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana.
On Washington: Behind New Obamacare Repeal Vote: âFuriousâ G.O.P. Donors
Donations to the party are down, and Senator Cory Gardner warned his colleagues that they have to show some results.
Republican Party, North Korea, Hurricane Maria: Your Friday Evening Briefing
Hereâs what you need to know at the end of the day.
California Today: California Today: Suing the Trump Administration, Again and Again and Again
Friday: Taking stock of Xavier Becerraâs lawsuits, Duncan Hunter calls for an attack on North Korea, and a review of âPacific Standard Time: LA/LA.â
Hurricane Maria Live Updates: Structural Damage at Dam Prompts Evacuations in Puerto Rico
A dam in northwestern Puerto Rico suffered structural damage on Friday, the governor said at a news conference, prompting evacuations of areas nearby in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
North Korea Hits New Level of Brinkmanship in Reacting to Trump
Kim Jong-un turns the standoff with Washington into a personal duel, while warning of more dangerous weapons tests.
Kim Jong-un Called Trump a âDotard.â What Does That Even Mean?
An obscure insult from North Koreaâs leader inspires dictionary searches and online jokes.
Trumpâs Travel Ban to Be Replaced by Restrictions Tailored to Certain Countries
The new restrictions could go into effect on Sunday and would prevent people in those nations from traveling to the United States or prompt increased scrutiny if they seek visas.
In Battle Over Tax Cuts, Itâs Republicans vs. Economists
Republican leaders reject criticism that their tax plan will add to the deficit. And they are determined to secure economic assessments proving their optimistic assumptions.
Let Right-Wing Speakers Come to Berkeley? Faculty Is Divided
Students looking to the faculty and administration for guidance on how to interpret the free speech issue are seeing deep divisions among their leaders.
Citizens Mobilize After Mexico Quake
Volunteers are banding together to help rescue workers clear rubble and distribute resources after the 7.1 magnitude earthquake shook Mexico City on Tuesday.
Creating Test for Trump, Panel Says Imported Solar Gear Hurts U.S. Firms
The decision may give President Trump a chance to use protectionist measures against imported solar equipment.
Betsy DeVos Reverses Obama-era Policy on Campus Sexual Assault Investigations
The Education Department said colleges may use a higher standard of evidence before finding an accused student responsible, which could make it harder to prove claims.
Rouhani Lashes Back at Trump, as Iran Unveils New Missile
At a military parade, the Iranian president vowed to âstrengthen our missile capabilities,â a point the American president has cited as a reason to scrap the nuclear deal.
Black Detectives in New York Were Bypassed for Promotions, Panel Finds
A federal panelâs findings, made public for the first time, said that the promotions process systematically stymied black detectives in the elite Intelligence Division.
Trump, Though Not on Stage, Looms Large in Alabama G.O.P. Senate Debate
The sitting senator, Luther Strange, took every opportunity to mention the presidentâs endorsement, and the candidate he trails, Roy Moore, needled him for it.
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Quake Threatens to Cause Flight From Mexico Cityâs Hip Neighborhoods
Roma and Condesa were hit hard by the big 1985 quake and took years to rebound. Then came the devastation from the Tuesday earthquake.
Leading the Legal War Against Fox
So far this year, the lawyer Douglas Wigdor, a conservative Republican, has filed 11 suits against Fox News for defamation, sexual harassment and racial discrimination.
Uber Loses License to Operate in London
Londonâs transportation agency criticized Uberâs corporate culture, the latest setback for a company that has faced an array of controversies this year.
On Londonâs Streets, Black Cabs and Uber Fight for a Future
Londonâs cabby wars are less about the disruptive power of an app, or a new business model, than about the disruption of Britain.
Israel Endorsed Kurdish Independence. Saladin Would Have Been Proud.
Present-day politics may have been less important than a long shared history between the Kurds and the Jews.
The New Yorker Said No, but These Cartoons Just May Make Your Day
There are likely to be some winners â and a few groaners â at an exhibition of 45 cartoons that didnât make the cut.
Trilobites: Sputnik for Sale, if Youâll Settle for a Beeping Replica
Just ahead of the 60th anniversary of the first Earth launch of a satellite, an auction house will take bids on a replica of the shiny Soviet spacecraft.
Pete Turner, Whose Color Photography Could Alter Reality, Dies at 83
With saturated colors, often on global assignments, Mr. Turner created spectacular images, some for the covers of record albums.
Holocaust Denierâs Sentence: Visit 5 Ex-Nazi Camps, and Write About It
A judge ordered Laurent Louis, a far-right former lawmaker in Belgium, to visit a concentration camp every year for five years and write about his experience.
Sports of The Times: Baseball Needs More Netting, and Fewer Excuses
The sight of a bloodied young fan at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday should serve as the impetus for the sport to extend netting at every ballpark.
Immigration Officers Wonât Get Guest Lists Anymore, Motel 6 Says
After the detention and deportation of guests, the company has made it policy to not give information out to law enforcement.
The Contenders: Who Will Be Trumpâs Pick to Lead the Fed? We Asked Experts to Rate the Odds
The president has dropped no hints of what he might do, leaving the field wide open for expert guesswork.
Spain and Catalonia Wrestle Over .Cat Internet Domain
Secessionists. A government raid. Censorship. Cats. The internet. Naturally we were curious.
Minnesota Videographers Said They Donât Have to Film Gay Weddings. A Judge Disagreed.
A judge dismissed the lawsuit, ruling that a media production companyâs plan to refuse service would be akin to posting a sign that said âWhite Applicants Only.â
A Word With: Bobby Moynihan on His New Life After âSaturday Night Liveâ
Mr. Moynihan, who was an âS.N.L.â cast member for nine seasons, stars in the CBS sitcom âMe, Myself & I,â which explores a manâs life at three ages.
Pursuits: In Los Angeles, Hotel Hipness Makes a Grand Return
Thanks to a new breed of high-rise hotels â complete with public pools and gaggles of fashionable locals â transitory spaces have become permanent hot spots.
Fashion Review: Anger Management at Prada and Moschino
Finally, the broader conversation around women made it to Milan.
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