By MATT STEVENS May 22, 2017 A white student at the University of Maryland was charged on Sunday in the fatal stabbing a black college student in what the authorities are investigating as a possible hate crime. Officials on Sunday charged the suspect, Sean C. Urbanski, 22, with assault and first- and second-degree murder… Continue reading
By JULIE TURKEWITZ May 22, 2017 BILLINGS, Mont. — A multimillionaire with an East Coast education stepped off a campaign jet here recently and took jabs at reporters, pledged to “drain the swamp” and drowned his opponent in insults and punch lines. The candidate was Greg Gianforte, a Republican running for Congress in Montana’s… Continue reading
Alone on the Open Road: Truckers Feel Like ‘Throwaway People’ By TRIP GABRIEL May 22, 2017 By TRIP GABRIEL May 22, 2017 EFFINGHAM, Ill. — The vast Petro truck stop here is a neon-lit, blacktop oasis at the crossroads of America. It beckons big-rig drivers with showers, laundry machines, a barber shop, even a knife store…. Continue reading
By BINYAMIN APPELBAUM May 21, 2017 SALT LAKE CITY — Stephanie Pappas and her brothers built their roofing supply company in this fast-growing region by promising next-day delivery, but lately they’ve been forced to tell some customers that tomorrow is impossible. Their company, Roofers Supply, employs 28 drivers across Utah, and Ms. Pappas said… Continue reading
By placing college advisers in public schools, an organization is trying to break down the social, economic and psychological barriers that keep low-income rural students from dreaming big.
A look at how students in the Kansas City region commemorated the campaign in keepsakes meant to be enjoyed by all classmates, no matter their leanings.
Dozens of students protested the vice president’s graduation speech, which he used to condemn political correctness.
Senator Marco Rubio and other lawmakers inched away from the president over his actions surrounding Russia inquiries, but they did not explicitly criticize him.
Dr. Roland Yearwood, 50, from Alabama, and a 48-year-old Slovakian man, Vladimir Strba, died Sunday, officials said. An Indian climber was missing.
In a centerpiece speech in Riyadh, President Trump addressed leaders from around the Muslim world.