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Shortly after midnight, Senators Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer made statements blaming the opposing party for failing to reach an agreement to fund the government.
The creator of the media men spreadsheet speaks; Amazon unveils its second-headquarters shortlist; and we said goodbye this week to Mathilde Krim, a mobilizing force in an AIDS crusade.
How a former aide to George W. Bush and campaign strategist for John McCain’s 2008 presidential run has became a somewhat unlikely TV star at MSNBC.
Two former employees of Colette, the pathbreaking Paris concept shop, have brought their taste for sneakers and gadgets (and some of their customers) to a new spot nearby.
“Dogs at the Perimeter” follows a woman born under the reign of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia as she navigates the mental perils of life as a survivor.
New data indicates that perfectionism, especially when influenced by social media, has increased by 33 percent since 1989.
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
The successful vote in the House provided only a faint glimmer of hope that a crisis could be averted before government funding expires at midnight on Friday.
Writers from across the political spectrum denounced the impasse on Capitol Hill and the possibility of a shutdown.
President Trump’s public airing of grievances with John Kelly was perhaps an inevitable clash between two temperamentally similar but philosophically different alpha males.
A review of President Trump's statements on Twitter, in campaign speeches and during interviews shows that the president’s views on the border wall have shifted repeatedly.
By lowering rates, the law reduces the value of tax credits that have been crucial to rental projects nationwide, with the effect being felt already.
The plans suggest the administration no longer cares about cushioning the blow of its new policy, which has cast President Trump’s peacemaking ambitions into doubt.
Kenneth Marcus’s potential return to the Education Department has drawn criticism from civil rights groups that see his narrow focus on Israel as blinding him to other matters of bias.
New York could become the first U.S. city with a pay-to-drive system. Trucks and for-hire vehicles would cost more, but key bridges would stay free.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo is mulling multiple options — none of which are easy to grasp — in an effort to thwart the new federal tax plan.
In seeking a home for its second headquarters, Amazon winnowed a list of 238 candidates to 20 finalists, including Atlanta, Nashville and Miami.
Once again, Trump and Congress cannot perform a basic task, preventing a government shutdown.
Now Republicans are threatening to blow up children’s health care.
We’ve entered new territory. This isn’t how negotiation works.