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The “Shark Tank” star on running for office in Canada, not glamorizing entrepreneurship and whether his co-stars deserve to burn in hell for being too nice.
A small and hardy group of Torontonians lives on island parkland in the middle of North America’s fourth-largest city, with coyotes and ice boats.
The police found Hilinksi, who was expected to start at quarterback for the Cougars next season, after he did not show up for a practice.
If the argument seems to amount to a distinction without a difference, neither the White House nor its allies have acknowledged it.
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
White played 10 seasons for the Celtics and helped lead the team to N.B.A. championships in 1974 and 1976.
The majority of members of the National Parks System Advisory Board have jointly resigned in protest of Trump administration policies.
With no immigration deal in sight, Republicans are eyeing a stopgap bill to keep the government open past Friday, sweetening it with an extension of the child health program.
The governor ruled out new bridge tolls in favor of creating a geographic zone where drivers would be charged fees depending on their vehicle and the time of day.
The commanding officers of two Naval destroyers that collided with commercial vessels in the western Pacific last year will face court-martial charges, the Navy said.
Athletes have said that they were sexually abused by the team doctor at the national training center in Texas, and Simone Biles said she dreads returning there. She shouldn’t have to.
Only one of the 128 singles matches in the Australian Open’s first round ended with a player retiring midmatch, tying the lowest total at a Grand Slam event in the last 10 years.
Writers from across the political spectrum on the president’s immigration preferences and what role ethnicity should play in policymaking.
Technology is advancing by leaps and bounds.
With the government temporarily blocked from ending the immigration program, some lined up to file applications before circumstances changed again.
But will Mark Zuckerberg be any good at social engineering?
Mary Barra said that the United States should not scrap the trade pact and that any changes should account for the interests of American automakers and workers.
But President Trump could benefit from more exercise and losing weight, the presidential physician said after Mr. Trump’s annual physical.
David A. Turpin created the school at his nondescript home southeast of Los Angeles. But what the authorities found inside were his emaciated children chained to furniture.
A distraught man on an A train platform gets no emergency response from transit employees, leaving him, and us, to fate.