At Least 38 Killed in Fire at Mexico Migration Center Near U.S. Border

The fatal blaze comes as border cities across Mexico have been flooded with migrants turned back from the United States and more arriving from other countries.

U.S. Border Policies Have Created a Backup of Migrants in Mexico

As the United States has cracked down on border entries, Mexico is bearing the burden of housing and feeding tens of thousands of desperate migrants.

Pence Must Testify to Jan. 6 Grand Jury, Judge Rules

The ruling in Washington was the latest setback to efforts by former President Donald J. Trump?s legal team to limit testimony to grand juries investigating him on various matters.

What We Know About the Potential Indictment of Donald Trump

The grand jury that is hearing evidence in the hush-money investigation might not meet on Wednesday, and the timing of any potential indictment remains unknown.

Nashville School Shooting Victims Remembered by Community in Anguish

As investigators searched for a motive in the killing of six people at the Covenant School in Nashville, the close-knit community there was struggling with the enormity of its loss.

Biden Concedes He Is Powerless to Act on Guns Without Congress

?I have gone the full extent of my executive authority to do, on my own, anything about guns,? President Biden said.

The Key Differences Between Nashville and Uvalde Shooting Responses

In both instances, officers rushed to the scenes and immediately entered the schools. But the situations that they confronted were not the same.

With Judicial Overhaul on Hold, Israeli Negotiators Seek Compromise

After days of turmoil, lawmakers began tentative efforts to find common ground on a government plan to overhaul the judiciary that has divided Israelis.

Carlos Moreno Wanted to Improve Cities. Conspiracy Theorists Are Coming for Him.

Researchers like Carlos Moreno, the professor behind a popular urban planning concept, are struggling with conspiracy theories and death threats.

Top Fed Officials Criticize Silicon Valley Bank Executives at Senate Hearing

Officials blamed executives at Silicon Valley Bank for its failure on March 10, while adding that Federal Reserve oversight is in for a revamp.

Court Reinstates Adnan Syed?s Murder Conviction in ?Serial? Case and Orders New Hearing

The Appellate Court of Maryland ruled that a lower court had violated the right of the victim?s brother to have been notified of and to attend a hearing.

Some Ukrainians Refuse to Leave Avdiivka Despite Russian Bombardment

In Avdiivka, as in Bakhmut and other devastated places on the front lines, most residents left long ago, but there are holdouts.

Russian Girl Sent to Orphanage After Father Criticizes War

Rights activists worry that the separation of a teenage girl and her father after they criticized the war in Ukraine might signal a toughening of the crackdown on dissent.

State Dept. Proposes Joint Tribunal to Try Russian Leaders

The proposed court, a joint effort by Ukraine and other nations, would investigate the Kremlin for the crime of aggression, but there?s a catch: President Vladimir V. Putin could be immune from prosecution.

One of the Luckiest Lightning Strikes Ever Recorded

Brazilian researchers captured on camera the brief moment when lightning rods on buildings released an upward discharge to attract incoming lightning.

How Can We Be a Country That Does This to Our Children?

We should judge a nation by a simple metric: the number of weeping parents it allows, the small caskets it tolerates.

Alexander Skarsgard Explains the Answer to Everything. (It Involves Doing Some Math.)

It?s time to completely rethink how we measure economic success.

In Israel, Democracy Still Holds

The Jewish state?s political center shows it is capable of defeating the extremist fringe.

What the Republican Push for ?Parents? Rights? Is Really About

The culture war that conservatives are currently waging over education is, like the culture wars in other areas of American society, a cover for a more material and ideological agenda.

Kamala Harris, at Former Slave Port in Ghana, Ties Past to Present

The vice president leaned into her heritage during a three-nation trip to Africa to strengthen U.S. relations on the continent.

Myanmar?s Military Regime Disbands Aung San Suu Kyi?s Political Party

The junta has dissolved dozens of opposition parties ahead of the next general election, including the popular National League for Democracy.

George Nassar, 86, Killer Who Heard Confession in Strangler Case, Is Dead

A fellow inmate, Albert DeSalvo, told him that he was the Boston Strangler who had killed 13 women in the early 1960s. Mr. Nassar?s death, in 2018, had gone unreported.

Cockroach Sex Took a Strange Turn. Now More Mutations Have Emerged.

Evolution has saved roach reproduction from an earlier mutation that interfered with how males court females.

In ?Unstable,? Rob Lowe and His Son John Owen Are Comedy Gold

Rob and John Owen Lowe star in a new Netflix series that exaggerates their barbed father-son dynamic, but only a little. ?I?ve made fun of him my whole life,? John Owen said.

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