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European teams had planned to highlight inclusivity on soccer’s biggest stage. They blinked when the sport’s governing body flexed its muscles.
In current politics, it isn’t just anti-Trumpers who find themselves frustrated by voters’ refusal to look backward.
Federal prosecutors appear to be focusing on possible wrongdoing by cryptocurrency executives, rather than by Democratic or Republican politicians. But the inquiries widen an explosive campaign finance scandal.
France might have its star Kylian Mbappé, but Argentina has hundreds of “brujas” casting spells to protect Lionel Messi and the rest of its national squad.
The brief bans, which came after Elon Musk had suggested the journalists were violating Twitter’s rules on personal privacy, had alarmed free-speech advocates.
“We now want as many immigrants as possible,” said Bernard Thompson, the mayor of Hérouxville, Quebec, a onetime supporter of the town’s anti-immigrant code.
The city’s Pilsen neighborhood used to be home to Polish immigrants. Now it’s mostly Latino. Both groups see much at stake in the fate of a replica of Michelangelo’s Pietà.
Tech workers are still at home. The $17 salad place is expanding into the suburbs. So what is left in San Francisco?
Fame should not be a “get out of jail free” card when it comes to crypto fraud.
America and the West need to show as much strength in opposing this tyrannical regime as these protesters have.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s government is a threat to the democratic future of Israel.
The mayor of Kyiv said that water was back on and that the city’s subway service had resumed. President Volodymyr Zelensky urged businesses to help set up more “invincibility centers” for the public.
It’s best-of season. Let’s dig in.
Doctors weigh in on the essentials families need and what parents can do if they’re unable to find children’s pain reliever.
Scofflaws are tampering with tags, costing New York agencies more than $100 million a year in missed payments and fines. A group of citizen enforcers is coming to the city’s rescue.
We’re living in a rage-filled emotional dystopia. Is there a way out?
A panel of experts has spent more than a decade deliberating on how, and whether, to mark a momentous new epoch in geologic time: our own.
The notorious jail had its deadliest year in a decade, while the flow of narcotics and weapons into the complex continues.
A game-worn Lionel Messi jersey is the most coveted collectible in Qatar. Good luck getting hold of the one (or two) he wears in the World Cup final.
Proposed regulations would crack down on misleading ads for the private plans and would enhance scrutiny of denials for coverage of medical care.
In Leo Varadkar’s first stint as prime minister, he embodied for many his country’s move into modernity. But after several missteps, he now takes up the role for a second time, with the glow of optimism dimmed.
The co-chief executive of an FTX unit who told regulators about wrongdoing at the exchange was a big Republican donor. He also bought restaurants.
Dozens of top officials have flown to Qatar to cheer for teams while talking shop. The event has magnified the tiny Gulf nation’s role as a diplomatic broker.
The research was conducted in part when older variants of the coronavirus were spreading. Other factors may have influenced the conclusions.
Griner, in her first public comments since being freed from imprisonment in Russia, said she would return to the Phoenix Mercury next season and work to free wrongful detainees outside the United States.
Dozens of missiles knocked out heat and electricity systems around the country including in Kyiv, where two-thirds of its residents had no heat or water.
The official, previously identified as a senior operative with the Wagner Group, was hospitalized in the capital of the Central African Republic, according to the Russian embassy.
The committee also was expected to recommend charging the former president for obstructing an official proceeding of Congress and defrauding the American people.
The Ways and Means Committee announced a closed-door meeting next week at which it may vote to disclose the information.
It was the ninth large-scale wave of missiles to be aimed at Ukrainian infrastructure this fall. Officials said 76 missiles had been fired, and all but 16 were shot down.
Qatar paid David Beckham tens of millions of dollars to promote the country and its interests. To its frustration, it has not received much return on the investment.
Julie Geng was proud of China’s Covid response until the police came calling.
Thousands of Afghan refugees in the U.S. are still living with uncertainty as they wait for resolution of their immigration status.
Negotiators from around the world are meeting in Canada in an effort to halt, and reverse, staggering declines in wildlife.
The concert was supposed to be one of Mexico’s largest, sold out months before. Instead, one of the world’s biggest stars played to a half empty floor.
A 50-foot-high, 264,000-gallon cylindrical tank called AquaDom, housed in a Radisson in the German capital, spectacularly collapsed, sending waves of water through the building and onto the street.
Joe Lycett appeared to shred cash after demanding that David Beckham end his relationship with the World Cup. It was his latest performance with a point.
Scientists have uncovered a genetic mutation that makes it dangerously difficult to distinguish a black bear from a grizzly.
The suspensions, which were criticized by U.S. and European lawmakers, could raise the regulatory heat on the social media platform — and Elon Musk’s other companies.
Climate change is a long game, and we must think beyond our present task of net zero emissions.
Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.
New Yorkers are contending with a bewildering and miserable mix of symptoms as Covid, flu, R.S.V. and various mystery illnesses circulate.
A bizarre scandal threatens to topple President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa from leadership of the African National Congress, which begins its party conference on Friday. Will A.N.C. members buy his astonishing account?
A third of parents now feel they should be the ones to decide whether to get their children immunized against measles, mumps and other childhood diseases.
Grief and loss may make this time of year difficult, but that pain can lessen with time.
FTX called itself an exchange. But it was vastly different from stock exchanges, which are highly regulated and barred from engaging in many of the activities FTX pursued.
The British comedian Eddie Izzard plays every part in this relatively straightforward adaptation of Charles Dickens’s classic story.
A third pandemic holiday is upon us. Mitigate risk without missing out.
An artist’s A.I. turns thousands of works from the museum’s collection into a cheerful vision of the next avant-garde. Will “Unsupervised” help MoMA stay relevant?
There were several reasons Republicans struggled to translate votes into seats, including candidate quality and strength in the wrong places.