Christine Blasey Ford, a researcher and statistician, was reluctant to come forward with her allegation that Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, sexually assaulted her.
Hoping to rebuild credibility after several bishops were brought down by allegations of sexual abuse, the American bishops’ conference promised a hotline, a new code of conduct and other measures.
All 50 states should follow the example set by Oregon and Washington.
The progressive group cites funds Ms. Love raised in the absence of a primary challenge. Her campaign called it a “political ploy.”
President Andrzej Duda offered to host the structure as a bulwark against Russia. President Trump said Warsaw would have to pay billions to use his name.
The suggestion, which has many worried about a resurgence of violence, would effectively concede the failure of decades of American policy.
Christine Blasey Ford, who has alleged that Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers, said that the hearing would not be a “good faith investigation.”
The president said he was disappointed in the attorney general and insisted without evidence that he was exposing corruption among law enforcement.
It’s the Trump playbook. And Wilbur Ross, the commerce secretary, just got caught using it.
Kim Jong-un agreed to “permanently dismantle” key facilities in a bid to ease tensions with South Korea, but his offers stop short of denuclearization.
The decision by the Salesforce chief executive Marc Benioff to buy Time magazine raises the question of the duty that executives have to the companies that made them rich.
Iranian exports have fallen without a feared surge in global prices, thanks to plentiful supplies. Still, the policy’s success could be fleeting.
President Trump’s pugilistic approach to China could rupture relations for years to come.
The inability to confirm the whereabouts of migrant children after they move from federal shelters raises concerns that they could be exploited by human traffickers.
The accusations against the Supreme Court nominee are being assessed under different social and cultural conventions than when the episode allegedly occurred.
He’s cracking down over trade, but it’s urgent that he protest Beijing’s human rights abuses as well.
In their campaign to contain the risks that caused the Great Recession, central bankers may have planted the seeds for the next global economic crisis.
The administration has tried to shield popular products from tariffs. That gets harder with each new round.
The Interior Department move, which benefits drilling companies, effectively reverses a major Obama-era effort to fight climate change.
Doris Kearns Goodwin’s “Leadership in Turbulent Times” looks at Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt and Lyndon Johnson.