The 74-year-old comedy star is sober and ready to work. The problem is nobody wants to work with him.
Twelve years ago, Amber Wyatt reported her rape. Few believed her. The authorities failed her. What do we owe her now?
The set of 70 bills is one of the only bipartisan pieces of legislation to be approved this year.
The National Weather Service put a flash flood watch in effect for North Carolina’s New Hanover County, which includes Wilmington, and said two of the state's rivers are in "major flood" status and rising.
Earlier this summer, Christine Blasey Ford wrote a confidential letter to a senior Democratic lawmaker alleging that Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than three decades ago, when they were high school students in suburban Maryland.
Doing the math, Melany Knott figured it cost about $1,100 a day. That got them 21 months. "No regrets," Knott said. "I wouldn't change a thing. And I won't wonder about anything."
Hurricane Florence, roaring across the Atlantic Ocean with 140 miles per hour winds, is on track to crash into the southeast US coast Friday and slow to a crawl, an ominous forecast that could deliver rainfall measured in feet rather than inches.
Leslie Moonves, the powerful longtime chairman and chief executive of CBS, will resign his position in the wake of sexual-assault allegations, concluding a whirlwind six weeks that saw him fall from a perch as one of the country's most respected media titans.
Woodward describes "an administrative coup d'etat" and a "nervous breakdown" of the executive branch, with senior aides conspiring to pluck official papers from the president's desk so he couldn't see or sign them.
How a norm-scrambling presidency and a viral video are changing the way black and white residents in Summerville, S.C., talk about race
“Every time we take a picture,” said Surhud More, an astronomer at the University of Tokyo, “there is this possibility that Planet Nine exists in the shot.”
Some newspapers are complying with a polite request from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to cease and desist from using commonly deployed abbreviations for the church and its followers. Specifically, no more "Mormon." And no more "LDS," even.
From Boston to Hartford and Albany to Portland, population centers in the Northeast United States have staggered through unheard of humidity levels in the summer. August has been unforgiving, almost from start to finish.
The major league shot he chased his entire life finally arrived. Then it drowned.
"Even as someone who has spent more than 40 years thinking about vegetation change looking into the past... it is really hard for me to wrap my mind around the magnitude of change we're talking about."
The fight between New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his Democratic primary challenger Cynthia Nixon began, as so many New York arguments begin, with a dispute about the subway.
On paper, he's a devoted US citizen. But when Juan, 40, applied to renew his US passport this year, the government's response floored him. In a letter, the State Department said it didn't believe he was an American citizen.
The shooting happened during the “Madden NFL 19” video game tournament at a waterfront area in downtown Jacksonville. Sheriff Mike Williams said the suspect, whom he identified as David Katz — a possible resident of Baltimore — took his own life, but he did not know if Katz knew the victims.
The previously unreported ratings system, which Facebook has developed over the past year, shows that the fight against the gaming of tech systems has evolved to include measuring the credibility of users to help identify malicious actors.
A visit to the gym is already a series of bodily humiliations that requires the belief — or the suspension of disbelief — that the person on the next mat isn't judging you. A smile cue shatters that illusion, reminding exercisers to stay presentable even while dripping with sweat.