Mike Isaac live-tweeted Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony at a federal court last week — until it almost got him booted from the courtroom.
January 24, 2017 By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY MELBOURNE, Australia — To hear CoCo Vandeweghe tell it, she just might have followed family tradition and become a basketball player if the girls on her team in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., had been more understanding. Her grandfather Ernie and her uncle Kiki played in the… Continue reading
By ELISABETTA POVOLEDO January 24, 2017 ROME — A helicopter taking an injured skier to a hospital crashed against a mountain in central Italy on Tuesday, killing all six people on board, officials said. The accident was a further blow to an area struggling to emerge from many days of heavy snowfall, a series… Continue reading
U.S. home resales fell more than expected in December as the supply of houses on the market dropped to levels last seen in 1999, the National Association of Realtors said.
Donald J. Trump embellished his “Apprentice” ratings and the number of floors in Trump Tower. As president, he has continued using suspect math.
By ROBERT D. McFADDEN January 24, 2017 Harold Hayes, the last surviving member of a band of airborne American medics and nurses who crashed-landed in Nazi-occupied Albania in 1943 and survived German attacks, blizzards and horrific privations on a 600-mile trek to their rescue on the Adriatic coast, died on Sunday in Medford, Ore. He… Continue reading
On its own, the debacle of Samsung’s exploding smartphones was bad. What it seems to say about the state of South Korean industry may be worse.
Chefs are pushing the envelope, inspired by traditions from around the world. With a little daring, home cooks can, too.
If you have dozens of webpages open in your tablet’s browser, there is a quick way to shut them with a couple of taps.
Andrew Ceresney, who stepped down as the S.E.C.’s enforcement chief at the end of last year, will rejoin his old firm as co-chairman of litigation.