A New York Times correspondent who covers race in the United States encounters a young indigenous population defying stereotypes.
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While bacteria have long been associated with disorders like acne and eczema, scientists are now fighting back with friendly members of the skin’s microbiome.
Here are some major questions about the revised travel ban sought by President Trump, parts of which were upheld for now by the Supreme Court.
Experienced outdoor diners say planning is crucial: scouting a spot, bringing the right extras and finding a spot on the menu for fried chicken.
Deer and elk are dying from chronic wasting disease in growing numbers. Burning the land may be the only way to turn back the disease.
The police said a tip led them on Sunday to a home in Springdale, Ark., where they peacefully took the 60-year-old man into custody.
It is selling its surviving operations to a rival, but its bankruptcy will affect efforts to repair vehicles and compensate those hurt by exploding Takata-made airbags.
The hefty penalty is likely to be quickly overshadowed by a more complex problem: How should Google comply with the decision to rein in its power?
The manufacturers, Arconic and Whirlpool, are widely expected to be central players in litigation over the fire.
Thousands face evacuation as the authorities race to see how many high-rises have been wrapped in the same combustible cladding as that at Grenfell Tower.
In a win for President Trump, the court said it would hear arguments in October on a case that sets the stage for a major ruling on presidential power.
Hundreds of people were crowded around an overturned truck in Punjab, trying to gather fuel, when it was engulfed by a fireball.
Scientists are concerned over the cause of the rapid rise, which may indicate the world’s natural sponges that absorb carbon dioxide have changed.
The settlement came 10 days after Jeronimo Yanez, the officer who fatally shot Mr. Castile during a traffic stop, was acquitted of second-degree manslaughter and all other charges.
Kangaroos can end up as roadkill, but sometimes a joey will live when its mother dies. We check out an orphanage that takes in about 100 baby roos a year.
The case concerns a challenge to a California law that places strict limits on carrying guns in public — one of numerous Second Amendment cases the court has turned away in recent years.
A Colorado baker who refused to create a wedding cake for a gay couple is appealing a discrimination ruling, citing the First Amendment.
Another dress code rule comes under attack, revealing that the burden does not fall only on women.
Monday: A chat with Ammar Campa-Najjar, single-payer health care is put on hold, and photographs of the people of Yosemite.