The country’s vice foreign minister said that Vice President Mike Pence had made “unbridled and impudent remarks that North Korea might end like Libya.”
The cases seek a verdict on “post truth” culture and on Mr. Jones, a Trump ally who reaps millions peddling bogus claims about an American tragedy.
Mr. Kushner’s F.B.I. background check had dragged on, fueling questions about whether the special counsel had found evidence that made him a security risk.
On Long Island, the president again described gang members as “animals,” mocking critics who had rebuked his earlier comments as meanspirited toward all immigrants.
A federal judge in Manhattan ruled on Wednesday that President Trump’s practice of blocking Twitter users who criticize him was unconstitutional.
Mr. Roth won almost all the major literary awards and published an exceptional sequence of historical novels in his 60s, an age when many writers are winding down.
When a fourth-grade teacher was murdered in 1986, her husband, the beloved high school principal, was arrested for the crime. Could he have done it?
A viral video star propelled herself to victory. A teacher unseated an establishment candidate. And Stacey Abrams won a commanding victory.
The subway’s new leader, Andy Byford, is expected to announce the expensive modernization plan on Wednesday to quickly upgrade the signal system.
Ms. McGrath won without the backing of national Democrats. A viral video about her military experience helped generate more than $1 million in donations.