There is no shortage of contenders to replace President Park Geun-hye of South Korea, who has been suspended from office and may lose her job over a corruption scandal.
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Lawmakers say they will try to force President Park Geun-hye out of office. Here is how the process works.
Donald J. Trump’s choice of a climate-change denier won’t undo all of the nation’s efforts to shift from coal and oil, scientists and industry experts say.
A museum researcher has unearthed a performance of “The Glass Menagerie” starring Shirley Booth, that will be broadcast on Turner Classic Movies.
John Glenn, a symbol of the space age as the first American to orbit Earth, sat down with John Schwartz in 2012 — the 50th anniversary of his flight — to talk about making history and that “beautiful view.”
Mr. Glenn was a symbol of the space age as the first American to orbit Earth, then became a national political figure representing Ohio in the Senate.
Natasha Bell has worked many jobs, trying to piece together financial security for her family. After living in a shelter, she now has a home, but still has debts to pay.
Women with disabilities often begin to date much later in life, and they struggle in a dating culture that places a premium on physical appearance.
Ibanez Ambrose, 2, and Scylee Vayoh Ambrose, 1, died in temporary housing for the homeless after being severely burned, the authorities said.
Though at the vanguard of German soccer’s global success, the club takes pride in its local roots, with even its biggest stars happy to take time out to spend a day with fans.
But residents of the rebel-held enclave reported that after a day of intense bombardment, fighting was continuing, and many were in a state of panic.
Donald J. Trump’s Twitter attacks on a leader of a blue-collar union local have raised concerns about how the president-elect will behave after he takes office.
Delays are costing the pipeline’s builder hundreds of millions of dollars, but the nation’s energy supply is unlikely to suffer.
The actor Colman Domingo spoke about how the Nate Parker film’s awards prospects have been damaged because of the 1999 rape accusation against Mr. Parker.
The president-elect’s attitude toward women has been a problematic issue for a long time. With the tapping of the fast-food executive Andrew F. Puzder, look for more questions to emerge.
A few simple precautions, including consuming carbohydrates during exhausting workouts, might help to keep our immune systems robust.
Mike Isaac, a New York Times technology reporter, joins to talk about Facebook’s decision to comply with Chinese censorship regulations.
The population of the world’s tallest land mammal has dropped by 40 percent in three decades, a report said.
Musician Greg Lake co-founded both King Crimson and Emerson, Lake and Palmer — bands that helped define the sprawling, influential but often-maligned genre known as progressive rock.
Ms. Park, the daughter of a dictator, has had a steep fall from grace after a bizarre corruption scandal erupted over her relationship with a shadowy adviser.
Ronald B. Smith, who was convicted of murder in 1995, was sentenced to death by a state judge, despite a jury’s recommendation of a life sentence.
The president-elect will be credited as an executive producer in the coming season of “The New Celebrity Apprentice” and retains a financial stake in the franchise.
Event spaces have been scrutinized or shut down in Nashville, Philadelphia, Austin and elsewhere since a warehouse fire in Oakland killed 36 people.
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As the inquiry continued into the deaths of Ibanez Ambrose, 2, and Scylee Vayoh Ambrose, 1, in temporary homeless housing in the Bronx, the mayor cited a “series of painful coincidences.”
When Ms. Kendrick, a former child actress on New York stages, was cast in the film “Camp,” it proved eye-opening about the craft and the industry.
Even as reports of hate crimes against Muslims rise in America and Canada, hijabis are appearing in makeup ads, beauty pageants and news anchor chairs.
A report by a national watchdog found that domestic abuse victims, drug and alcohol addicts and people who work in the sex industry had been targeted.