The Argentine president’s zeal to befriend the next occupant of the White House led him on a two-day tour of the political poles of the United States.
Lyudmila Navalnaya was given a three-hour ultimatum to agree to a secret funeral, a spokeswoman for Aleksei A. Navalny said, but she refused to negotiate.
The 45-year-old man was shot in the chest on a southbound D train early Friday morning. The police said his assailants fled, and it was unclear what set off the violence.
Plus, the U.S. returns to the moon.
Fertility clinics are routinely sued by patients for errors that destroy embryos, as happened in Alabama. An effort to define them legally as “unborn children” has raised the stakes.
Russia’s invasion came in two phases, many Ukrainians say: the first a decade ago, when it sent soldiers over the border in an unacknowledged military intervention, and the second when it began its full assault two years ago.
The ruling in former President Donald J. Trump’s civil fraud case could cost him all his available cash.
Times reporters found that some parents manage their daughters’ Instagram accounts and sell images to predatory men.
Vladimir Putin is drawing on history to position himself in the realm of Russian rulers of the past. Critics say his grip on power is not as strong as it seems.
She takes a stance that could make it more difficult for couples to conceive children.