Speaking to Orthodox Jewish leaders in Brooklyn, the Kentucky Republican also said he favored negotiations over war with Iran.
Patrick Adams, an American writer and photographer, said that watching the relatives of earthquake victims cry has been the hardest part of the past few days.
Several officers were injured as police cars were damaged and rocks were thrown.
Police officers in riot gear clashed with rock-throwing youths on Monday in a neighborhood in Northwest Baltimore, hours after a funeral for Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old black man who has become the nation’s latest symbol of police brutality.
An effort by the pope to further the issue of climate change and environmental stewardship is already angering some thinkers on the American right.
Keep your teenager healthy by serving foods high in potassium and stop worrying so much about salt, a new study shows.
As the extent of the damage became clear, the companies devised ways to help users in affected areas connect with friends and loved ones, and vice versa.
President Omar Hassan al-Bashir of Sudan won a race that was boycotted by the opposition and marred by low voter turnout.
Ardizoia, 95, a pitcher who appeared in just one major league game, attended Joe DiMaggio’s wedding, gave a helping hand to Babe Ruth and spent a season playing for Casey Stengel in the minors.
Martin Amis reviews a new collection of Saul Bellow’s nonfiction, including criticism, interviews and speeches.
The fatal attack by a group of men on a woman named Farkhunda, who was falsely accused of burning a Quran, has galvanized women’s activists in the country.
The gunfire began about 8:30 p.m. on Flatbush Avenue, the authorities said.
Big Sean is to perform at Lawnparties in May, and protesters say his lyrics are inappropriate as the school tries to combat sexual misconduct; others cited free speech.
The new guidelines, which envision an expanded role for Japanese forces, were announced a day before Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan was to visit the White House.
More than one-quarter of the company’s revenue last quarter came from China, which is becoming an increasingly vital part of Apple’s business.
Despite the costs and risks, migrants continue to traverse a country where warring militias have become the only law.
Worshipers at the Home of the Sages charge in court that a $13 million deal is motivated by self-enrichment, with proceeds largely flowing to the synagogue’s president.
The first volume of Zachary Leader’s biography of Saul Bellow ends in 1964, with the publication of “Herzog.”
As rescue efforts were hampered by bad weather, dramatic details emerged about the devastation at the base camp in the wake of an avalanche.
Evgeny Kuznetsov scored the game winner for Washington in the third period.
His time grown short, Dr. Sacks describes an existence of work, writing and shyness.
Photos from Nepal, Yemen, South Africa and Kosovo.
On matters like Ukraine and the Middle East, even its alliance with the United States, Britain is ceding its reputation for “punching above its weight.”
Twitter has introduced new features but continues to wrestle with an old problem: how to help new users enjoy the best of the service.
The internal inquiry is the first United Nations report to come out of the 50-day conflict last summer between Israeli forces and Hamas militants.
Human emissions are responsible for about 75 percent of especially hot days and 18 percent of unusually heavy precipitation, according to a new report.
Advisers and donors to the Wisconsin governor, a likely Republican candidate for president, say he has put plans in motion that cede early fund-raising momentum to his chief rival, Jeb Bush.
Lee Wan-koo, the second prime minister to step down under President Park Geun-hye, denied that he had received the money, but calls mounted for his resignation.