His pacifist work spanned decades and several wars, and he twice ran for the White House as an openly gay man on the Socialist Party USA ticket.
President Trump said that The Times had falsely implied that the White House counsel “turned” on him. The newspaper said it stood by its report.
Joel Arrona-Lara was driving his wife to a scheduled cesarean section when he was arrested. The agency said he was wanted for homicide in Mexico.
Flushing disposable contacts down the toilet or washing them down the drain may contribute to the problem of microplastic pollution, researchers said.
Amanda Flores, who lost all four limbs after suffering sepsis and renal failure, was determined to survive — and to marry Frank Bordoy.
Dubrovnik, Croatia, known to “Game of Thrones” fans as King’s Landing, is a fantasy made real. As crowds of “set-jetters” threaten to spoil the port’s sublime majesty, officials are fighting back.
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In pop culture, witchcraft has emerged as a free-spirited expression of feminism and self-affirmation. But it’s also a religion to dozens of covens around New York.
Turkey’s descent into authoritarianism and crisis has destroyed whatever hopes remained that the country’s president might serve as a force for moderation.