Party officials across the country have sought to erect more barriers for young voters, who tilt heavily Democratic, after several cycles in which their turnout surged.
Activision Blizzard and NetEase could not agree on a new deal to distribute video games in China, cutting millions of players from the games in January.
Connecticut does not allow medical aid in dying, so Lynda Bluestein sued Vermont to take advantage of that state’s law. Now, legislators may make the practice more broadly available.
James R. Ray III, a former Marine, is charged with killing Angela Bledsoe in the home they shared in an affluent New Jersey commuter town.
Working from a gritty loft in Lower Manhattan in the late 1950s, she made abstract paintings on quilts that brought a fine-art sensibility to a folk art.
Designers consider window shades and blinds essential for many reasons. But there are so many options — how do you choose the right ones?
What has happened to produce such intense hostility between left and right?
A new poll offers the outline of a unifying theory of right-wing recklessness and liberal anomie.
The Biden administration has ask the justices to overturn an appeals court decision on guns that can charitably be described as nuts.
In response to sharp criticism by President Biden, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel would make its own decisions.