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Ms. Trump, a convert to Judaism, posted a Twitter message calling for “religious tolerance” after 11 separate bomb scares were called into Jewish community centers around the country.
Mr. Churkin, something of a legend in diplomatic circles with a caustic, wry wit, served at a time of mounting tensions between Washington and the Kremlin.
A diplomatic dispute with Sweden illustrates the unusual approach the president takes to foreign policy, as well as the influence that television can have on his thinking.
The publication of a video in which the contentious Breitbart News editor condoned sexual relations with boys seemed to be more than conference organizers could tolerate.
The president called him “a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience.”
The Dutch writer and illustrator was known for children’s books depicting a sparely drawn round white rabbit who gained a worldwide following.
President Trump has insisted his campaign had no contact with Russian officials — denials that stand at odds with the utterances of Russian officials themselves.
More than 1.8 million Britons backed a petition to deny a state visit. “The intellectual capacity of the president is protozoan,” a lawmaker said.
That prospect has real estate agents, money managers and luxury goods purveyors excited for a potential business windfall, of the sort often seen in Silicon Valley.
The rise of sophisticated hacks and a torrent of fake news coincide with angry populist movements across the Continent, and officials are nervous.
President Trump’s nominee continues the longtime practice of reticence over candor in preparing for confirmation battle, to the frustration of Democrats.
The vice president also said he backed the president’s decision to seek the resignation of his national security adviser, Michael T. Flynn.
An “atmospheric river” is threatening to drop more water on an area of the country that’s struggling to cope with an unusually wet winter.
The town of Fordlândia, founded in 1928 by Henry Ford, stands as a crumbling testament to the folly of trying to bend the jungle to the will of man.
A digital sleuth has discovered an anonymously published 1852 serial novel by the poet, which survived in only a single copy of an obscure newspaper.
Fitbits and Apple Watches and the like may have their uses, but they don’t appear to be effective in weight loss.
Will going through an auction house, a store or a website be the most lucrative way to sell a 1937 Patek Philippe Calatrava? Its owner decides to find out.
President Trump pledged to “open up” libel laws, but his nominee, Neil M. Gorsuch, has shown no inclination to cut back on protections for the press.
A ban on imported food at government functions and tourist establishments is an early step to prevent disease and promote healthy habits in an isolated province of Vanuatu.
Step into the Elyria-Swansea neighborhood where a contentious billion-dollar expansion for Interstate 70 calls for the demolition of homes and businesses in the community.
Fashion East’s newcomers and Halpern join J.W. Anderson, Simone Rocha and Versus Versace on the runways.
A look at 10 billionaires’ money reveals one thing the superrich have in common: a large amount of cash and liquid securities.
There are 2,473 billionaires in the world by a new count, and how they got their money and what they plan to do with it are matters of global importance.
The main goal of those involved in the effort is to convince college presidents that the Obama-era policies have positively transformed the lives of women on college campuses.
The rookie, a 2012 first-round draft pick, is second only to Ryan McDonagh in assists among Rangers defensemen and has played his best in recent games.
A copyright dispute limited Bulgarian National Radio to broadcasting music recorded before 1946. The audience doesn’t seem to mind.
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