Jonathan and Diana Toebbe have been charged with trying to sell some of America’s most closely guarded nuclear submarine secrets to a foreign power for an initial payment of $100,000 in cryptocurrency.
The House committee is seeking to interview Mr. Bannon about his conversations with Mr. Trump and public comments that seemingly predicted the Jan. 6 riot.
A protest against President Jair Bolsonaro this month in São Paulo, Brazil.
It’s time to stop litigating whether these punishments are fair and to start thinking about why some behaviors seemed OK in the first place.
A refugee carrying his grandmother to the shore of Mizoram, India, after crossing the Tiau River from Myanmar.
Dr. Robert Montgomery is director of the N.Y.U. Langone Transplant Institute in Manhattan. Genetically engineered pigs “could potentially be a sustainable, renewable source of organs,” he said.
A House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection voted unanimously Tuesday to hold former White House aide Steve Bannon in contempt of Congress. (Oct. 19)
No one was seriously hurt when an airplane bound for Boston ran off a runway and burned Tuesday morning near Houston, authorities said.
Former President Donald J. Trump was questioned at Trump Tower on Monday.
Representative Pramila Jayapal of Washington, center, outside the White House after meeting with President Biden on Tuesday. “It’s not the number that we want — we have consistently tried to make it as high as possible,” she said of the cost of the package.
Law enforcement in Southern California have arrested the husband of a woman missing for more than nine months, according to a police statement. Larry Millete was arrested Tuesday for the murder of his wife May Millete, the statement said. (Oct. 19)
Highlights of this day in history: 'Saturday Night Massacre' takes place during Watergate scandal; Gen. Douglas MacArthur returns to Philippines; Jacqueline Kennedy weds Aristotle Onassis; Three Lynyrd Skynyrd members die in plane crash. (Oct. 20)
The Christian Aid Ministries compound in Titenyen, Haiti, houses missionaries working in the country. Seventeen people affiliated with the group were kidnapped on Saturday.
Former President Donald J. Trump at the border wall before he left office.
The Pfizer vaccine was highly effective on teens even in the throes of the summer spike in COVID cases from the delta variant. Latest updates.
McClain, 23, died in August 2019 after police threw him to the ground and put him in a now-banned carotid artery chokehold.
Peter Thiel, decency and the supposed “pro-wrestlization” of tweeting.
As COVID-19 vaccine mandate deadlines loom over police departments nationwide, leaders must now decide whether defiant officers can keep their jobs.
Does Xi understand the cost of the distrust he's fostering at home and abroad?
Though defense attorneys have said the trial over Ahmaud Arbery's death is not about race, they continue to question would-be jurors on the subject.
The resolution called on the city to take a series of concrete actions to address systemic racism’s effect on health.
President Biden has said the voting rights legislation is a “must-pass priority.”
The world would have been a very different place if he had been elected president in 1996.
The Boeing Starliner capsule at Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida in July.
Representative Jeff Fortenberry, Republican of Nebraska, in 2019. He released a video statement before the indictment on Tuesday saying he had done nothing wrong.
Here's the latest for Tuesday October 19th: COVID surges in Russia; Bannon in hot water with Congress; Myanmar grants amnesty to some prisoners; Volcano continues to flow in Spain.
Senators Elizabeth Warren and Ron Wyden in July. On Tuesday, they unveiled a revised Democratic plan for bank reporting requirements to the I.R.S.
Family welfare policies never took off in the United States as they did in the rest of the wealthy world. Some Democrats think the country is ready.
Bed Bath & Beyond in Atlanta, Georgia.
Police do not believe a single witness on the Philadelphia train dialed 911. They are investigating whether some bystanders filmed the assault.
Ingham County cat tested positive for virus that causes COVID-19. Its owners were confirmed to have COVID-19 about a week before the cat became ill.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has scheduled debate to begin Wednesday on voting rights legislation, known as the Freedom to Vote Act. (Oct. 19)
Washington's regional Metro system pulled more than half its fleet of trains from service Monday over a lingering problem with wheels and axles that caused derailments. The safety ruling is also complicating travel for thousands of riders. (October 19)
No one was seriously hurt when an airplane bound for Boston ran off a runway and burned Tuesday morning near Houston, authorities said. (Oct. 19)
A wide-ranging strike in protest of the abductions, violence and lawlessness consuming battered Haiti stretched into a second day Tuesday.
A day after former President Donald Trump sued Congress and the National Archives in an attempt to block the release of his files relating to Jan. 6, the White House defended President Joe Biden's decision to not to invoke executive privilege. (Oct. 19)
Citing the safety of 17 members of a U.S.-based missionary group kidnapped in Haiti, the White House's Jen Psaki declines to detail the U.S. response. It has "never been in the interests of bringing people home," to divulge details Psaki said. (Oct. 19)
20 years after the disappearance of a mother and her two children, the vehicle they were last seen in has been found, with human remains inside.
Powell died Monday at the age of 84. New podcast look back to the civil rights fight in 1961 with personal stories and the NBA is back: 5 Things podcast
Starting on Oct. 24, callers in 82 area codes across 35 states and one U.S. territory will be required to use their area code when making local calls.