The fiery former player turned commentator is the latest star of yesterday to take on a coaching role, though his résumé at the tour level is thin.
A Rikers Island inmate’s association with the Bloods street gang has elevated the issue in the Bronx trial of nine guards accused in his assault.
Mr. Modell’s contributions to the magazine for more than 50 years evoked for readers their everyday vexations.
A new wave of bleak, post-revolutionary fiction is emerging from writers grappling with the chaotic aftermath and stinging disappointments of the Arab Spring.
The race had perfect blue skies for its celebration, with a near-record crowd estimated at more than 400,000.
A 16-year-old girl told the authorities that she had been attacked by more than 30 men, prompting outrage as the government vowed to combat crimes against women.
A Nebraska professor who returns home to Senegal to start a robotics competition hopes to instill a drive in schoolchildren to improve their world.
The number of veterans with multiple tours of combat duty is the largest in modern American history — more than 90,000 soldiers and Marines.
The country developed a talent for producing wine in bulk, but overproduction is sinking both prices and the reputation of Spanish vintners.
Some tropical islands in the South China Sea, where China is building military installations, are being advertised as sites for weddings or diving.
St. Frances X. Cabrini Church in Massachusetts held its final service before the end of a round-the-clock vigil by congregants who had fought the Archdiocese of Boston’s 2004 decision to close it down.
An annual motorcycle ride, dedicated to accounting for military members taken as prisoners of war or listed as missing in action, gave Mr. Trump a receptive audience at the Lincoln Memorial.
Nearly two years after an armed man climbed over the existing seven-foot fence, the Secret Service hopes to build a 14-foot barrier in its place.
Surveillance and hacking tools are becoming increasingly popular among a wide range of nations, many of which use the methods to monitor, silence and punish their critics.
The Libertarian Party on Sunday chose Gary Johnson as its presidential candidate, believing he can benefit from disappointment at the major parties’ choices.
Kerr, now Golden State’s coach, played on the Bulls team whose win record the Warriors surpassed, another juggernaut that had to beat back a conference finals challenge.
Action has been taken around the world in response to the disclosures, but the lucrative corporate registration business is likely to resist major change.
Over 700 migrants are feared dead in three Mediterranean Sea shipwrecks south of Italy in the last few days as they tried desperately to reach Europe in unseaworthy smuggling boats, the U.N.
Nine-figure real estate listings rise even as sales of luxury real estate cool. Some see the “ultimate bubble signal” in hyperpriced homes.
Michelle Obama is to deliver a commencement address at ‘the poor man’s Harvard,’ where critics say a funding crisis is threatening its mission.
“X-Men: Apocalypse” took in an estimated $65 million between Friday and Sunday, while “Alice Through the Looking Glass” bombed, generating only $28.1 million.
In the four regions likely to decide the presidency — Florida, the upper Southeast, the Rust Belt and the interior West — Mr. Trump faces daunting obstacles.
As an eagle-eyed staffer at Bletchley Park, home to Britain’s wartime code-breakers, Ms. Fawcett identified a message that led to the sinking of the fearsome German warship.
Videos show the gorilla dragging the child, who was later rescued, and a woman can be heard calling out: “Mommy loves you! I’m right here!”
The remake of this 1977 generational saga of slavery is optimistic in focusing on its characters’ strength, sober in recognizing that we may never stop needing reminders of whose lives matter.
While some government ministers and a loud segment of the public are pushing for tougher action after months of Palestinian attacks, others want the military to remain a moderating force.
The deaths came as the smuggling route from Libya across the Mediterranean Sea has risen with the arrival of spring, and officials feared the numbers could grow.
Josh Mankiewicz, a “Dateline” correspondent, struck up a conversation with Anh Dang, who was ahead of him in a security line.
Golden State, facing elimination for a second straight game, trailed for most of the game but preserved its chances of repeating as champion with a late run.
When small, off-the-shelf models pose security or other threats, birds have the advantage of grounding them without a potentially dangerous crash.