A concern over fire risk for nearly 380,000 Kia Sportage and Cadenza vehicles is underscored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Ryan Fischer wrote on Instagram about his “recovery from a very close call with death.”
An Oklahoma City police sergeant fired three shots “unnecessarily” at a man “as he was running away,” officials said.
In an industrywide changing of the guard, other big newsroom jobs that have come open include the No. 1 slots at Vox, HuffPost and Wired.
“Murder the media” was scratched into a door of the Capitol. Violent protesters smashed equipment and punched a photographer.
Mr. Burrell, who has maintained his innocence, was 16 when an 11-year-old was killed by a stray bullet. The case posed challenges for Senator Amy Klobuchar during her presidential campaign.
“Docking confirmed,” the company founded by Elon Musk announced Monday night.
The news networks pledged restraint going into Election Day. They waited until a batch of Philadelphia votes came in on Saturday morning to make the projection.
Other outlets feel they’re sure, but we’re not certain enough about the votes that remain to be counted.
At the end of a turbulent campaign, the global news organization has a big role to play, with 4,000 reporters collecting vote counts from county clerks in 50 states.
A top editor is now reviewing Rukmini Callimachi’s reporting on terrorism, which turned distant conflicts into accessible stories but drew criticism from colleagues.
We may not know the results for days, and maybe weeks. So it’s time to rethink “election night.”
The Times has changed its style on the term’s usage to better reflect a shared cultural identity. Here’s what led to that decision.
History will not be kind to those who did nothing to try to stop Beijing’s human rights abuses.
The wire service, which serves more than 2,000 newspapers, published a quotation from the leader of the Confederacy on his birth date. It ran in dozens of papers.