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The Belfast police said they were investigating a post by Barry McElduff, a member of Parliament, who appeared to mock the anniversary of a sectarian massacre of 10 Protestants.
A day after denying there was a problem, the prime minister acknowledged the frustrations of waiting for up to 12 hours to see a doctor or nurse.
The Taushiro tribe vanished into the jungles of the Amazon basin in Peru generations ago. Amadeo García García is now the last native speaker of their language.
India is “sitting on a volcano” of diabetes. A father’s effort to ban junk food sales in and near schools aims to change what children eat.
Chinese are demanding better protections even as the government and tech giants like Alibaba and Tencent gather ever more data.
The suspensions pointed to Beijing’s growing willingness to test forceful antipollution measures and assume a leading role in the fight against climate change.
The police said the man who drove an S.U.V. into a crowd, injuring 19 people, was mentally ill and had a history of drug abuse.
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Two Times technology reporters discuss the goings-on of Silicon Valley and beyond. This week: more Bitcoin and Uber’s problems (again).
How the field is changing, and how it could help address a problem for men: The fastest-growing jobs are mostly done by women.
A New Orleans family is ready to buy the annual gathering of the bar and spirits world, after its founders resigned amid accusations of racism.
The most immediate fear: A sharp falloff in bond prices would rattle equity markets that are now trading at record highs.
A sweeping challenge to the Trump administration’s “America First”...
President Donald Trump said executives at NBC and Comcast should be fired!
Jose Salinas has Temporary Protected Status, which is granted to immigrants who came to the United States from countries crippled by natural disasters or war. The Trump administration may end…
Before the 2016 election, those most likely to read “fake news” online were older and conservative, a new study finds. But even they relied most often on mainstream media.