At least 12 women have tried to enter Sabarimala Temple since the Supreme Court struck down its ban, but mobs — or official discouragement — have stopped them.
“Imagine if your neighbor insulted your wife’s face, and then you had to ask him to loan you a weed whacker,” Mr. Kimmel said. “That’s Ted Cruz’s life right now.”
The air flowing through the bristly tufts of dandelion seeds creates a vortex scientists had never viewed in nature.
Scientists from the University of Edinburgh have discovered the secret to dandelion flight: a vortex of air previously unseen in nature.
The government hopes the 34-mile span will bolster growth, but some say the primary goal is further integrating semiautonomous cities and the mainland.
Your first task after winning is to maintain anonymity as long as possible. And find a good lawyer.
Taiwanese officials said the train’s conductor was a possible criminal suspect in the accident that killed 18 people.
A day after Hurricane Michael struck Florida, a man appeared on Pinetree Road. In a few chaotic minutes, he was accused of looting, and then he was shot dead.
Or why Beijing just made disappear and arrested the man it had chosen to lead Interpol.
This word has appeared in two articles on nytimes.com in the past year.
Season 2 of “The Guest Book” begins with back-to-back episodes. And Adam Sandler returns to Netflix with a new special.
President Trump’s national security adviser said that during meetings in Moscow he censured Russian officials for U.S. election meddling although it had had no effect on outcomes.
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Bomb squad technicians “proactively detonated” the device, a law enforcement official said.
The Knicks, after trailing by 19 at halftime, briefly led in the fourth period but Giannis Antetokounmpo’s lone 3-pointer of the game put Milwaukee up to stay.
A pair of struggling teams come into a Monday Night Football matchup hoping they can change their recent fortune.
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FIFA’s president remains determined to push a $25 billion proposal that would revamp the global soccer calendar, but UEFA remains fiercely opposed.
States and advocacy groups challenging a change to the census form said Wilbur Ross’s shifting rationales required his testimony.
Kathy Wienberg supports her team.
Corrections appearing in print on Tuesday, October 23, 2018.
Miranda Rose Hall’s new play about the relationship between a lesbian and a male-identified trans person grows as it goes along.
Quotation of the Day for Tuesday, October 23, 2018.
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The C.I.A. director is helping the Turkish government with its inquiry into the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, and the Treasury secretary held a wide-ranging meeting with the Saudi crown prince.
Jason Miller when he was working for President-elect Donald Trump in 2016. He is suing a journalist who reported on a claim made in a court filing in a custody case.
The new policy, which could allow for fewer protections for pre-existing conditions, appears to hand a political gift to Democrats two weeks before the midterms.
Fresh off a controversial turn in the N.L.C.S., Machado returns to a park where he has frequently hit the ball well while angering plenty of Boston players.
As a college student, more than a quarter-century ago, Ms. Abrams joined in the burning of the state flag, which at the time was viewed by many as a lingering symbol of white supremacy.
In responding to the death of Jamal Khashoggi, the U.S. should balance its values with its national interests.