News

The Army Sees Mortars as Safe. Troops Report Signs of Brain Injury.

[ad_1] After firing about 10,000 mortar rounds during four years of training, one soldier who joined the Army with near-perfect scores on the military aptitude

News

How Tech Giants Cut Corners to Harvest Data for A.I.

[ad_1] The race to lead A.I. has become a desperate hunt for the digital data needed to advance the technology. To obtain that data, tech

News

World Central Kitchen Workers Delivered Aid. Then Their Convoy Was Hit.

[ad_1] Lalzawmi Frankcom’s text message was short and sweet: a heart emoji reply at 10:38 p.m. on Sunday to her friend Josh Phelps, who had

News

New Jersey Ballot Ruling Applies Only to Democratic Race, Judge Says

[ad_1] New Jersey moved a step closer last week toward overhauling its unique-in-the-nation election ballots, in a decision that could reshape party politics in the

News

Health Concerns Mount for Migrant Children at Outdoor Holding Sites

[ad_1] To Dr. Theresa Cheng, the scene was “apocalyptic.” She had come to Valley of the Moon, an open-air holding site in San Diego’s rural

News

Moscow Attack Suspects Are Linked by Video and Online Profiles

[ad_1] When four men were detained by the Russian authorities in connection with the massacre at a concert hall outside Moscow last week, they were

News

House Passes Spending Bill to Avert Shutdown, Prompting G.O.P. Revolt

[ad_1] The House on Friday passed a $1.2 trillion spending bill to fund the government through September and avert a partial shutdown at the end

News

Conversations and insights about the moment.

[ad_1] March 19, 2024, 11:29 a.m. ET March 19, 2024, 11:29 a.m. ET Credit…Courtesy Warner Bros. Pictures/Warner Bros. Pictures, via Associated Press Given my delight

News

Rebellious Russians Stage Daring Attacks From Ukraine on Russian Soil

[ad_1] Gathered in a Ukrainian farmhouse, soldiers checked their kits: rifles, machine guns, grenade launchers, spare batteries for radios, red and white flashlights, all that

News

Judge Quashes Six Charges in Georgia Election Case Against Trump

[ad_1] In a surprise move on Wednesday, a judge in Atlanta quashed six of the charges against former President Donald J. Trump and his allies