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The two countries, who played against each other to acclaim last year, are set to field a joint women’s hockey team at the Winter Olympics next month.
A group of large hospital systems plans to create a nonprofit generic drug company to battle shortages and high prices.
How the fastest growing designer in men’s wear built a big business in no time flat by selling his customers on a dream: That they, too, could shred.
Officials hoped it would help solve the mystery of the deaths of C.I.A. informants. Five years later, an arrest has been made but the mystery remains.
A sexual-misconduct allegation against the comedian Aziz Ansari adds a new dimension to discussions of dating norms and consent.
As the publishing company Bonnier cuts 17 percent of its American employees, the staff of a long-running food magazine shrinks.
John F. Kelly told Hispanic members of Congress on Wednesday that President Trump’s campaign promises have “evolved” on immigration.
Nine caribou on an island in Lake Superior were helicoptered to safety in a bid to save a once thriving herd from dying out.
In Touch published excerpts from its 2011 interview with Stephanie Clifford, in which she details her first encounter with Donald Trump.
A year into Trump’s presidency, we asked his voters for a progress report.
The former member of the United States national team is taking an aggressive outsider approach in his campaign to be president of U.S. Soccer.
A deadly stabbing in a small German town has become Exhibit A for those arguing that Germany’s migration policy has increased the risk of violent crime.
President Trump will fly in to the southwestern Pennsylvania district vacated by a scandal-tarred Republican, hoping to bolster the flagging campaign of his handpicked successor.
The 2020 race for the White House is already unfolding in the Capitol, with no fewer than six Democratic senators angling for their party’s nomination.
Buprenorphine and methadone are the most effective treatments for fighting opioid addiction. But most rehabilitation programs won’t use them.
For the White House, the budding détente scrambles its strategy of pressuring the North, with sanctions and threats of military action, to give up its nuclear arsenal.
The White House chief of staff has much to do with Trump’s anti-immigration policies.
Relax, this man knows his camels.
Prosecutors say that Luis Fernando Figari, who led a powerful all-male Catholic organization, perpetrated sexual and physical abuse. He moved to Rome in 2015.
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