The roadwork notices were tied to trees and signposts on a Friday along one of the world’s best-known streets. The following Monday, crews arrived on Central Park West and began setting up a protected
Here are the week’s top stories, and a look ahead. 1. Global markets rode a roller coaster, feeding speculation that the U.S. could be nearing a recession. Analysts cited the uncertainties of the trade
The New York Times demoted a high-ranking Washington editor on Tuesday in response to his “serious lapses in judgment” on social media, a spokesperson for the paper said. Jonathan Weisman, who joined Times
Baseless speculation abounded after the accused sex trafficker died, but criminal-justice scholars point instead to a broader suicide problem. Until the end, their lives were different in countless ways.
[The latest: Why the Jeffrey Epstein investigation is not over.] Virginia Giuffre’s husband woke her early in Australia, where it was Sunday morning, to share a stunning development that would leave her
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Two days after a gunman killed nine people outside a bar in Dayton, Gov. Mike DeWine of Ohio said Tuesday that he wanted to make it easier for the police to seize guns from people deemed
It has been striking, over the last few weeks, to watch the almost gleeful flow of reports and speculation about the maybe-probably-now-confirmed bankruptcy of Barneys New York, the fabled department Starting
Williamson claimed in an Instagram post that her complaints of racial bullying and sexual harassment were largely ignored by producers. ABC’s The Rookie will be down a series regular heading into its season,
DAYTON, Ohio — On Sunday, Americans woke up to news of a shooting rampage in an entertainment district in Dayton, Ohio, where a man wearing body armor shot and killed nine people, including his own sister.
Police say the suspect in Saturday’s attack in heavily Hispanic Texas city charged with capital murder EL PASO, Texas—This city that has been a hub of the nation’s border crisis was rocked by a mass shooting
El Paso, Texas (CNN) — Federal authorities are treating the El Paso mass shooting as a case of domestic terrorism, the US Attorney for the Western District of Texas said Sunday. The Justice Department
The Dayton shooter wore a mask, bulletproof vest and hearing protection as he opened fire, police chief says
(CNN) — A gunman who wore a mask, bulletproof vest and hearing protection was killed by police within 30 seconds of opening fire on Sunday in a popular nightlife district in downtown Dayton, Ohio, authorities
Father of US teen accused of killing Italian police officer hopes video will show 'what actually happened'
(CNN) — The father of one of the two American teenagers accused over the murder of an Italian police officer is returning to the US, but his fight is not over. Ethan Elder is flying back to the US Saturday
In the eyes of the law, there’s no difference between a photo taken by a smartphone through an airplane window and one taken by an ultrapowerful camera in a helicopter hovering over your backyard. Say