Republican Senator Vital to Health Billâs Passage Wonât Support It
Senator Dean Heller of Nevada became the latest Republican to say he cannot support a bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act in its current form.
Planned Parenthood Battle Could Sway Fortunes of G.O.P. Health Bill
Planned Parenthood, threatened with a cutoff of more than 40 percent of its funding, is mobilizing to bring down the Republican health care bill.
Senate Health Plan Falls Short of Promise for Cheaper Care, Experts Say
Republicans and President Trump have said a new health law would make it easier and more affordable to get care. But the opposite may be true.
How Medicaid Works, and Who It Covers
One of the biggest flash points in the debate over Republican health care legislation is the future of Medicaid. Here are some basic facts about the 52-year-old program.
Maritime Mystery: Why a U.S. Destroyer Failed to Dodge a Cargo Ship
Lookouts and radar operators on the destroyer Fitzgerald should have spotted the freighter it collided with, and the captain should have been wakened.
C.I.A. Set Up Secret Back Channel With Syria to Try to Free U.S. Hostage
The Trump administration began searching early on for ways to free Austin Tice, a journalist who has been missing since 2012.
James Comey, North Korea, U.S. Senate: Your Evening Briefing
Hereâs what you need to know at the end of the day.
California Today: California Today: Advice for Graduates
Friday: Parting advice for college graduates, a defiant Nancy Pelosi, and public art in Sonoma.
Critics Say U.S. Is âSleepwalkingâ Into Wider Role in Syria
Recently, the United States has shot down a Syrian warplane and downed two Iranian-made drones that were nearing American-backed troops.
Video Refutes ISIS Claim That U.S. Blew Up Mosque
Al Nuri Grand Mosque, in Mosul, Iraq, was blown up on Wednesday. The Islamic State said a U.S. airstrike destroyed it. But surveillance footage shows that the building appeared to be packed with explosives and not hit by an airstrike.
Mistrial in Cincinnati Shooting as Officer Is Latest Not to Be Convicted
It was a second hung jury for Ray Tensing, the ex-officer charged in the death of Samuel DuBose during a botched traffic stop in 2015 in Cincinnati.
Philando Castile, Diamond Reynolds and a Nightmare Caught on Video
When Diamond Reynolds's boyfriend, Philando Castile, was fatally shot by a police officer, the traumatic events were captured by police and security cameras, and even her own smartphone.
F.B.I. Investigating Deals Involving Paul Manafort and Son-in-Law
It was not clear if the inquiry was part of a broader investigation that has ensnared Paul Manafort, who once served as Donald Trumpâs campaign chairman.
Trump Indicates Tweet on Tapes Was Meant to Affect Comey Testimony
In an interview on âFox & Friends,â the president also raised questions about the impartiality of the special counsel for the Russia investigation, Robert S. Mueller III.
Nebraska Democratic Official Ousted for Scalise Comment
The Nebraska Democratic Party removed a party official from his post Thursday after he was recorded saying he was glad U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise got shot and that he wished the Louisiana Republican had died.
Senate Panel Seeks Details on Lynch Role in Clinton Inquiry
Republicans and Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee are seeking information about alleged political interference by former Attorney General Loretta Lynch into the FBI's investigation of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.
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Out of High School, Into Real Life
This graduation season, The New York Times talked with seniors across the country who are not headed to college about their plans, hopes and dreams.
Fire Hazards Force Evacuation of 5 London High Rises
More than 800 apartments were emptied on Friday after inspectors found safety problems, including exterior cladding like that on the 24-story building that burned last week.
Easiest Path to Riches on the Web? An Initial Coin Offering
Programmers are selling digital currencies redeemable for services that do not exist. Where some see a financing revolution, others see trouble.
Eluding Death by Design in a Tokyo Loft
Step into lofts in a Tokyo suburb that were designed by the artists Arakawa and Gins. Their philosophy was to extend life by altering oneâs living space.
Google Will No Longer Scan Gmail for Ad Targeting
After years of complaints by privacy advocates, the company said it will stop the practice on its free email service to eliminate confusion around its advertising policies.
The Incredible Shrinking White House Briefing
The White House Correspondentsâ Association is pushing back against Sean Spicer, the White House press secretary, and his new, less informative briefings.
Saudi Security Forces Intercept Militants Plotting Mecca Attack
The authorities confronted militants in three places, and one of them blew himself up, wounding five security officers and six bystanders.
Europe and Japan Near Trade Deal as U.S. Takes Protectionist Path
The European Union and Japan are close to an agreement that would bring together two giants encompassing a quarter of the worldâs economy.
Reader Center: No, James Comey Didnât Visit the Timesâs Newsroom Yesterday
Weâre experimenting with having a bulletin board on our site for our journalists to talk directly to our readers about our coverage.
Trilobites: Waves Above the Earth May Have Once Caused a âNocturnal Sunâ
Historical observations of bright nights that were almost like daytime have a new explanation in forces of the upper atmosphere.
Texas Nurse Suspected of Killing Up to 60 Children Is Charged With Murder
The nurse, Genene Jones, is currently serving concurrent sentences in the death of a girl and injury to a child in 1984. The new charges come ahead of her planned release from prison next year.
Khmer Rouge Trial, Perhaps the Last, Nears End in Cambodia
A verdict in the genocide prosecution of Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan, the last surviving leaders of a movement that killed 1.7 million people, could take months.
7 of Our Best âBrexitâ Pieces, a Year After the Vote
Before the referendum and over the past year, weâve delved into questions of identity, economics, finance and politics surrounding âBrexit.â
Food & Wine Magazine Will Leave New York for Alabama
The move reflects a changing business in which traditional food magazines, and a Manhattan address, are less important.
âIndecentâ to Remain Open on Broadway, Despite Closing Notice
The play, which won two Tony Awards and was set to close on June 25, will now be open through Aug. 6 at the Cort Theater.
Gabe Pressman, a Dean of New York TV Journalism, Dies at 93
To generations of mayors, governors and ordinary New Yorkers, Mr. Pressman, WNBCâs senior correspondent, seemed always on the scene.
Johnny Depp Flirts With Idea of Trump Assassination, Then Apologizes
âItâs been awhile, and maybe itâs time,â the film star said, after asking, âWhen was the last time an actor assassinated a president?â
Will Ferrell on Donald Trump, Michelle Obama and His New Movie
Mr. Ferrell stars with Amy Poehler as a couple who open a casino in âThe House.â
Art Review: From Cuba, a Stolen Myth
There is nothing simple about the work of Belkis AyÃ³n, a printmaker who drew her inspiration from the AbaquÃ¡, a secret male society with an origin story based on female betrayal.
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