A man convicted of killing a police officer in 1997 has been put to death by lethal injection, despite his claims that the state's execution method is cruel and unusual
A Maine high school varsity football coach has been dismissed after he allegedly instructed his players to taunt an opposing player for having two mothers as parents
From The New York Times: As Hollywood open up about the alleged sexual harassment by Harvey Weinstein, Melena Ryzik, Times culture reporter, finds that the industry has been making references about him in TV shows and awards programs for years.By: By NATALIA V. OSIPOVA, MELENA RYZIK and SARAH KERR. Watch the original video on Times Video: https://nyti.ms/2zlTg5I
Eight models of Trump's long-promised border wall, now with an estimated price tag of $1.6 billion, have been erected in San Diego's Otay Mesa outskirts.
This week has seen conflicting accounts of phone calls between the president and Gold Star families. The Morning Joe panel discusses Trump and the confusion over the ambush in Niger that killed four.
As Hollywood deals with the fallout from allegations of sexual assault by Harvey Weinstein, Kim Strassel, Heather McGee and Kasie Hunt discuss the implications for campuses and the halls of Congress.
Spain's central government said it would suspend Catalonia's autonomy and impose direct rule after the region's leader threatened to go ahead with a formal declaration of independence if Madrid refused to hold talks. As Laura Frykberg reports, concern over the politcal upheaval set European shares on track for their biggest drop in two months.
Ordinary young Chinese may not have paid close attention to Xi Jinping's 3-and-a-half hour marathon speech this week, but they're happy to "applaud" the president in the newest viral phenomenon to sweep China's internet