Officials urged calm as protests continued for a second night in Louisville, Ky., and other cities after a grand jury’s decision in the Breonna Taylor case sparked demonstrations across the…
More than half of participants in a study by the American College of Financial underestimate the life expectancy of a 65-year-old man, which is 85, suggesting that they don’t realize how long…
Sales of skimpy, Brazilian-style swimsuit bottoms soared unexpectedly this year as women socially distanced in backyards and on beaches.
The failure to form a government thwarts a French-led initiative that sought to end a political impasse and unlock international aid after a massive explosion destroyed nearly half the capital last month
China’s leader declared success in his approach to governing the region of Xinjiang, signaling no letup in the Communist Party’s forceful campaign to assimilate millions of ethnic Muslims on…
The 12-time French Open champion from Spain remains the favorite despite having played just one tournament in seven months.
Pakistan’s highest court is expected to decide as soon as next week whether a British national whose conviction for killing Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was overturned earlier…
A series examining the causes of the catastrophe and the bungled attempts by governments and other officials to remedy their errors.
Doctors were stumped. Then a specialist 8,000 miles away ordered a revealing scan.
Girls get lessons in leadership and a dose of grown-up reality while watching parents work from home.
Baseball’s new playoff format, brought about by the pandemic, will completely reshape how managers navigate the October gauntlet.
A host of companies, including Facebook, Spotify and Epic Games, are challenging the way Apple runs its App Store.
Seeking to bolster a right-leaning Supreme Court in the weeks before Election Day, President Trump is expected to announce the nomination of a conservative judge with strong Republican support.
Franselene St. Jean-Clarke said she was dismissed for calling the D.C. Housing Authority to account. City officials say she was no longer eligible to serve it.
Grieving family members are seeking accountability and transparency from county officials.