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The majority of states are moving forward with phased-in approaches that vary by county and city as the U.S. reopens amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The malls and grocery stores of the 20th century are being converted into industrial conveyor belts of goods and services traveling from the internet to your home.
The wine world is anxious as tariffs have been threatened against all wines from the European Union. These prices may not last for long.
Political allies and associates are starting to press for clemency as the president also considers extending his criminal justice overhaul by commuting lengthy sentences for other offenders.
Unlike any other Chinese leader since 1949, he has no identifiable rivals and no likely successors.
Mr. Dinkins, who served in the early 1990s, was seen as a compromise selection for voters weary of racial unrest, crime and fiscal turmoil. The racial harmony he sought remained elusive during his years in office.
Public health officials in some California counties are warning that unless the coronavirus surge can be stopped, hospitals could run out of beds in weeks.
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When his skyscraper proved a disappointment, Donald Trump defaulted on his loans, sued his bank, got much of the debt forgiven — and largely avoided paying taxes on it.
The moratorium designation adds Chicano history to L.A.'s historic sites. Plus, controversy at MOLAA and what we lost and found in 2020 — in our weekly arts newsletter
Corporate and financial leaders are hard to find in the president-elect’s efforts to prepare for office.
A little planning goes a long way to help a holiday meal come together easily.
A group of Democrats has introduced a bill to undo business tax provisions in coronavirus relief legislation that have been at the center of controversy.
Both men, whose outsize personas are a popular aspect of their brands, have proven to be astonishingly resilient figures in American life.
The director and cast, including Al Pacino, Sofia Coppola and Andy Garcia, look back at making “Part III,” which has been re-edited (and retitled) for its 30th anniversary.
Only a small fraction of the president’s top donors from 2016 have given as much to his re-election effort.
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) is facing a formidable challenge in her first reelection bid from Democrat Theresa Greenfield, with outside groups fueling the tight race with exorbitant amounts of cash.
For decades, the feminist artist was pushed to the sidelines. Relevant once again, she can no longer be ignored.
His dazzling play at Notre Dame, a Hall of Fame Career with the Green Bay Packers, matinee-idol looks and a playboy image made him a national celebrity in the ’50s and ’60s.
An elite commando unit supported by U.S. forces could fall apart, officials say, leaving the country more vulnerable to the Shabab and other terrorist groups.
It’s a broken dream.
The Russian leader claims to be conquering the pandemic, but he inhabits a virus-free bubble, rarely leaving home. The few people he meets must quarantine first.
The Georgia senator might wave off concerns about the climate crisis from public office but behind the gates of his private waterfront community, the issue is real
We’re finally feeling empowered to speak openly about racism in the newsroom.
President Trump derided the city at the debate, and has depicted it as an “anarchist jurisdiction,” apparently in an effort to appeal to his base.
Some hedge funds and private equity firms that lent money to property owners are now suing them for falling behind on interest payments.
The traditional real estate closings with a room full of people and stacks of documents are becoming a memory, as much of the process is now online.
This is the very “gridlock” system championed by James Madison, the most important architect of the U.S. Constitution.
Fox News anchor Dana Perino pressed Trump campaign spokesman Tim Murtaugh on President T
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A billionaire from the San Francisco area sought clemency for a psychologist convicted of monetary crimes. The Republican donor Elliott Broidy and a lawyer who later represented Jared Kushner were enlisted.
After he’s careened from one embarrassment to another, the big question is: Why does anybody still believe anything Rudy Giuliani says or does? He’s the only person in public life today with less credibility than Donald Trump.
Terry Kirby picks out 12 bottles that show just how much more varied the bubbly variety is than posh champagne and bargain prosecco
Former malls and abandoned shopping-center sites are in the midst of a repurposing — and one of those new uses is senior housing.
Biden’s choices of Granholm, McCarthy and Kerry demonstrate a return to big favors for well-connected special interests.
The wealthy want to escape the pandemic to a private, isolated paradise. The people who sell islands have to explain: It’s complicated.
In the new season, Diana Spencer’s aristocratic breeding triumphs and Margaret Thatcher’s middle-class tendencies horrify the royals. Here’s a guide to the rigid world of the British class system.
On the eve of yet another screen adaptation, Patricia Highsmith’s mordant 1955 tale of calculated self-invention feels as relevant as ever.
Even with a socially distant Thanksgiving around the corner, you can create a dining room that lives up to the food you’re serving.
Brokers can hand off tours of listings and the litany of client questions to their bionic colleagues, but a human has to step in when a deal is ready to be made.
Since the coronavirus outbreak, more couples are choosing to get married during the week. For one thing it’s less expensive. It’s also easier for rescheduling.
There’s no going back to the old ways. Which technologies could propel the industry forward?
He built an empire from scratch, changing the skyline with high-end residential and office towers but leaving his crowning project unfinished.
The charges do not involve President Trump or his campaign, but they compound the legal problems for Mr. Manafort, his former campaign chairman.
The 2020 US Open will be unlike any in recent memory. No fans and the effects of strict testing and social distancing regiments are new protocols in place during the coronavirus pandemic.
Donald Trump, the 45th president of the United States, hasn't stopped campaigning since winning in 2016. He filed for reelection on the day of his inauguration.
The Energy Star rating is not just for refrigerators; homes are certified for energy efficiency too.
In the digital era, a carefully crafted persona has become more valuable than contest results.
The charges against Alexander Sittenfeld, a mayoral hopeful, stunned local political leaders and reinforced what federal prosecutors have called a “culture of corruption” that has undermined trust in City Hall.
President Trump on Sunday dismissed a New York Times investigation that found he paid $750 a year in income taxes in 2016 and 2017 as “fake news.”
The Mate X already looks like a polished and mature design
President-elect Joe Biden says he thinks he can work with Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), despite strong skepticism among other Democrats about getting bills passed in a Republican-controlled Senate next year.
New York and New Jersey have imposed new restrictions to curb a spike in coronavirus cases.
A Dutch Colonial-style bungalow in Indianapolis, a Victorian rowhouse in Richmond and a 1918 home in Wilmington.
Frank Lloyd directed “Children” with help from Josef von Sternberg, whose skill with actresses is also seen in “The Salvation Hunters.”
Haunted-house film 'His House' and more of the best new horror to watch this Halloween.
Yankee Candle says the company is "working to make things right,” blaming the blown deadlines on a higher-than-usual volume of orders.
The Vatican's cardinal in charge of naming saints, Angelo Becciu, resigned Thursday amid a financial scandal allegedly tied to him.
In western Panama, the popular town of Boquete is fending off a pandemic slowdown by luring city-dwellers and retirees with its remote beauty and pleasant climate.
A Tudor-style cottage in Palo Alto, a contemporary home in Beverly Hills and a Spanish-style estate in North Tustin.
The verdict was a victory for the special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III, whose inquiry has drawn withering criticism from President Trump.
Systemic racism. White privilege. Institutional racism. Microaggression. White fragility. What do those terms mean? Here is a primer.
States across the country are beginning to reopen, despite many still seeing a rise in COVID-19 cases.
The battle between Epic Games and Apple continues, Facebook faces criticism in India and Pinterest appoints its first Black board member. This is your Daily Crunch for August 17, 2020. The big story: Epic Games files injunction against Apple Epic’s legal and PR fight with Apple and its App St…
Rep. Katie Porter commented on her heated exchange with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin during her appearance on "The View" Friday, Dec. 11, 2020.
Latin might seem like an obscure, inscrutable language for naming plants. But it can open up the botanical world in ways you can’t imagine.
Sonia Rykiel gets ready for yet another reinvention.
Women hold the majority of jobs in clothing and department stores, gift and souvenir shops. They run cash registers everywhere. Now thousands of stores have shuttered, leaving them jobless.
Homeowners are rebuilding after wildfires, but many won't be required by governments to use fire-resistant materials. Without such improvements, communities face harm again with the next fire.
What's next for President Trump once he leaves the White House? And what's next for his business? And what's he being investigated for again? And by whom?We take a step back and break it all down with Andrea Bernstein, co-host of the WNYC & ProPublica podcast Trump, Inc., about Trump's finances, his mounting debt and how, after decades of bad business, he has always managed to find a way out.
These are the 13 races that will determine control of the Senate in the next Congress. To win control, Democrats would need to net-gain four seats, or three seats plus control of the White House.
It seems like SoftBank and the Mubadala Corp. aren’t finished taking big swings at the commercial real estate business in the U.S. Even after the collapse of WeWork, the investors are doubling down on a similar business model as part of a syndicate investing $700 million into REEF Technology.…
Jennifer Aniston is one of the most sought after and beloved actresses in Hollywood today, but not every film she stars in is a box office success.
UEFA might have (accidentally) landed on the perfect model for its second-tier championship, a way to make it distinctive and special and, yes, valuable.
The president’s inability to concede the election is the latest reality-denying moment in a career preoccupied with an epithet.
Jacobs finished with 112 rushing yards and a pair of scores as Las Vegas improved to 6-3 on the season with the Chiefs up next.
The desire to escape the pandemic and other worries of modern life has made retreats on private islands more enticing.
Peacock TV has a unique selection of horror films that are free to stream.
Trump's and Biden's reactions to racial injustice and protests illuminate how they approached the issue of race throughout their political careers.
Los Angeles County's most expensive home sales included six transactions north of $70 million and three sales of $100 million or more.
An E.P.A. investigation has found that the owners of more than half a million diesel pickup trucks have installed devices to defeat emissions controls and boost pollution.
Operators have spent billions positioning themselves for a future with few or no department stores by reconfiguring their properties for other options, including housing, health care and logistics.
This week’s properties are a five-bedroom in Ossining, N.Y., and a four-bedroom in Westport, Conn.
This week’s properties are a five-bedroom in Millstone, N.J., and a four-bedroom in Glen Cove, N.Y.
As the state becomes the superrich's go-to, residents are out of work and dealing with a massive spike in case numbers.
It may be tempting, one economist says, to think that if your side wins, the economy will be all right. But no matter who wins, it may not be as good or as bad as you think.
“In terms of domestic U.S. politics, the Armenian diaspora in America is punching above its weight,” said one analyst.
Trump's former campaign chief worked for an anti-NATO party and a politician who fled the country amid charges of corruption and collusion with Russia.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said companies receiving loans over $2 million would be audited and warned of potential criminal liability.
The coronavirus-driven job numbers are bad, yet some workers are in a better position that others. The biggest loser during the pandemic? Food services.
As soon as he becomes a private citizen, Trump will be stripped of the legal armor that has protected him from pending cases both civil and criminal.
The day began with the president's fans denouncing the results of the election and repeating his unfounded claims of voter fraud.
Ex-presidents are entitled to classified briefings. Some ex-intel officials think Trump shouldn't get access to any national secrets when he leaves office.
Chris Hayes speaks with Abby Livingston, the Washington bureau chief for The Texas Tribune, about the Republican domination of the Lone Star State.
'Clemency' director Chinonye Chukwu and 'Just Mercy' director Destin Daniel Cretton want audiences watching their films to rethink capital punishment.
Anyone with a criminal record who wants to become a cosmetologist in Pennsylvania has to first convince the government that they are a good person.
The coronavirus has made roomier homes with backyards in the suburbs more appealing — driving up prices and triggering bidding wars.
Remote workers are turning to renting hotel rooms to escape the stress of the home office during the pandemic. Hotels, needing revenue, are rolling out perks.
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