An insurgent challenger held a narrow lead over a longtime local politician in the Queens Democratic primary, a vote likely to determine the borough’s first new top prosecutor in nearly three decades.
Large U.S. tech companies in the direct sights of the Trump administration’s ban on exports to Huawei Technologies Co. are finding ways to resume some shipments to the blacklisted Chinese tech giant without
WASHINGTON—Robert Mueller will testify in open session next month before a pair of House committees, in a victory for the Democratic leaders who had long sought his testimony in public. House Judiciary
The Federal Aviation Administration has removed three senior managers in the office overseeing Southwest Airlines Co., amid allegations of lax safety enforcement raised by agency whistleblowers and various
Grammy-winning artist Cardi B pleaded not guilty Tuesday to felony and misdemeanor charges over her alleged role in two premeditated attacks on bartenders at a Queens strip club in 2018. The 26-year-old,
A federal appeals court ordered a judge to review allegations the Trump administration added a citizenship question to the 2020 census intending to skew political power toward whites and Republicans. decision
Netflix Inc. will lose its No. 1 show, “The Office,” in 2021 when reruns of the hit sitcom move to a new streaming service being launched by Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal, the latest sign of competition
The U.S. Justice Department has launched a criminal investigation into allegations that top poultry processors colluded to keep prices artificially high. The probe came to light after federal attorneys
SÃO PAULO—Brazil’s chief police officer looking into the collapse of Vale SA’s dam in January said he was investigating whether detonations carried out by the mining company that day could have triggered
Michelangelo Merisi, the artist known as Caravaggio, always drew trouble. The highly anticipated public auction Thursday of a painting credited to the Italian master, who fled Rome after killing a man,
WASHINGTON—The familiar politics of taxation—in which Democrats push to raise taxes on high-income people and Republicans resist—turned topsy-turvy Tuesday. House Democrats worked to build their case reinstate
OTTAWA—Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Thomas Barkin said he doesn’t know whether a rate cut would be needed this year, as officials grapple with mixed economic data and uncertainty over U.S.
Why have American politics become so polarized? One reason is that in recent years, while Democratic politicians have increased their dominance in urban areas ever further, the traditional rural support
When I asked Wilfred Reilly about last week’s appointment of a special prosecutor in Chicago to take up the Jussie Smollett case, he was cautiously optimistic. Mr. Reilly is author of a new book, “Hate
WASHINGTON—Telecommunications gear made by China’s Huawei Technologies Co. is far more likely to contain flaws that could be leveraged by hackers for malicious use than equipment from rival companies,
Micron Technology Inc. has resumed some shipments to Huawei Technologies Co. after determining that they didn’t fall afoul of U.S. curbs on exports to the Chinese telecom giant, the memory chip maker’s