Sergio Marchionne, who masterminded Fiat’s acquisition of Chrysler, is leaving for health reasons. His replacement is Mike Manley, head of the Jeep and Ram truck brands.
In an interview, Ms. Davis, a former fixture of New York tabloids, said she did not know why the White House special counsel’s office was interested in her.
With out-of-favor candidates sidelined and news outlets censored, some Pakistanis say the vote Wednesday will be more like a soft coup than an election.
I chose the place as a convenient weekend rental while in town for an old friend’s wedding. Right away there were problems.
With a tweet, President Trump signaled open warfare on his longtime fixer, who has publicly discussed the idea of cooperating with the Justice Department.
Senators expect the embarrassing collapse of one judicial nomination to influence others to come.
Scores of former officers are running for office. And if the ballot box doesn’t work, some former officials warn of a possible military coup.
Two decades ago, a new approach to power delivery led to blackouts. Now the state is considering another energy makeover: a regional electric grid.
Mingling with wariness and wonder at a conference devoted to “Ancient Aliens.”
After victories by progressive candidates in New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Maryland, young liberals are trying to remake the party into a ferocious opposition force.
Is George Soros losing his big bet on liberal democracy? Finding the American dream in Philadelphia. Maggie Haberman steps back from Twitter. And more.
Nearly a year after the rally, the city’s first black female mayor has vowed to address centuries of racial and economic disparities.
The porousness of the Guatemala-Mexico border is most evident at a river crossing, where smugglers, migrants and raftsmen shuttle back and forth all day long.
More than 50,000 Filipinos have been locked up for offenses as trivial as drinking in public or being outdoors without a shirt.
Another week of infighting has left Theresa May besieged, her E.U. withdrawal plan on life support. No one seems to know what happens next.
Walk and crawl through the openings the rescuers confronted to reach the soccer team and their coach.
The meeting incited conflicting statements, outcry and new developments in the relationship between Washington and Moscow. Here’s a look at the meeting, what happened afterward — and some links to other political articles if you want to…
President Trump and President Vladimir Putin of Russia before their meeting in Helsinki, Finland, on Monday.
Jayant Sinha, an American-educated politician, draped garlands of flowers around the necks of eight men convicted of murder, provoking national outrage.
Ms. Ocasio-Cortez, who has quickly become the face of a left-wing populist wave, visited Kansas with Senator Bernie Sanders to campaign for progressive candidates.
The former White House press secretary, looking for a second act, is on a book tour for “The Briefing,’’ a memoir of his six embattled months at the lectern.
The policy gap on Russia between the president and his administration’s intelligence and national security agencies appears to be growing wider.
A first batch of documents related to the 1989 rape are likely to provide insight into how the high-pressure investigation took a wrong turn.
A library card opens the door to culture in New York.
In California, a long-running fight could be nearing a conclusion. At stake for the public is access to a magnificent coastline.
The tourist boat, carrying 31 people, sank in a storm that hit with shocking ferocity, raising new concerns about the safety of duck boats.
It championed an idea at grave risk today: that those of us lucky enough to live in open societies should fight for the freedom of those born into closed ones.
Ms. Guilfoyle, who recently revealed that she is dating Donald Trump Jr., had been at the network for 12 years.
James Gunn wrote most of the tweets before 2013. They resurfaced after he criticized President Trump on Twitter and far-right provocateurs searched his social media history.