Amazon belatedly released its diversity statistics, which were immediately criticized as inadequate and unhelpful.
Brandon, who was criticized for his marketing approach, oversaw a football program in decline and was faulted for the program’s handling of an injured quarterback.
The embezzlement charges against State Senator John L. Sampson, a Democrat, had raised questions about the statute of limitations.
To promote a show of seascapes, a museum in Virginia is challenging visitors to find a forged painting hung alongside the real ones.
The rocket plane crashed on Friday during a test flight in the Mojave Desert.
A small Michigan company that runs the website for the JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge played a role in helping the bank find the breach of its computer system this summer.
The death of Jerome Murdough, a homeless veteran held in a mental health unit, provoked widespread public outrage, and drew media attention to the conditions at Rikers Island.
Philip Banks III, the chief of department, resigned just days before he was to be promoted to become Commissioner William J.
The proposal had been seen as a move by Prime Minister Viktor Orban to choke off one of the last sources of information not controlled by him and his allies.
Despite the hoopla over James’s first game back with Cleveland, the Knicks held on for the victory. James scored 17 points and had eight turnovers.
Tens of billions of dollars sit in the unclaimed property funds that states run, waiting to be taken back by owners.
The new problem, which could cause too much pressure in an airbag’s casing, is different from the defect that prompted the recall of about 14 million vehicles in recent years.
In an era when many parents want constant access to their children and students live in a digital social milieu, banning cellphones from schools is increasingly seen as counterproductive.
Rukmini Callimachi, a Times reporter, answers readers’ questions about the 23 Western hostages who were held by the Islamic State in in Syria.
The winner of the Boston and Chicago marathons the past two years, Jeptoo may lose her World Marathon Majors title after testing positive for a banned substance.
“Helena Rubinstein: Beauty Is Power” is the first museum show devoted to the ideas, innovation and influence of this cosmetics magnate.
Kaci Hickox, a nurse who worked in West Africa, had defied the authorities’ requests to go into quarantine because she said the measures were not justified.
The shooting occurred early Friday morning outside Club Hive in Elmhurst; detectives could not immediately provide a motive.
Democrats still have a chance to hold the Senate, but it won’t be easy.
California University of Pennsylvania canceled and forfeited its next game after five members of its football team were charged in an assault case.
Ronald Dillon, who takes customer-service calls for the agency, was found guilty of acts of insubordination and suspended.
Air activity over Europe, an Estonian officer in custody, the hunt for a submarine and claims of cyberattacks have ramped up tensions with the West.
The ringleader of a brutal gantlet-running ritual was held responsible for the death of Robert Champion.
Under the agreement, the federal government will install an independent monitor to oversee reforms at the department for at least two years.
A celebrated defector is no longer optimistic that the United States has the will to stop the abuses committed by the Assad government.
In a year that was supposed to be dominated by attacks on the Affordable Care Act, few Republican candidates focused on repeal or offered alternatives.
The move by the Bank of Japan helped send stocks around the world higher.
The best streetball announcer on earth called LeBron James’s first game back with his hometown team, accompanied by Patrick Truby’s illustrations.
Portraits of those who labor and those who survived at an Ebola treatment center in rural Liberia.