The contest for a vacant State House seat in San Antonio has exposed the vulnerabilities of a traditionally Democratic stronghold, as Republicans make an all-out effort to gain ground with Latino voters in South Texas.
Not long after Japan's Princess Mako and Kei Komuro, a commoner, announced their engagement, tabloids and the public began to question her choice. Years of attacks left her with PTSD, and to be with Komuro, the princess has renounced her royal heritage.
In "Churchill's Shadow," Geoffrey Wheatcroft attempts to "recast the many memorials and books devoted to Sir Winston over the years," Peter Baker, our chief White House correspondent, writes in his review.
Oysters for Thanksgiving? Gabrielle Hamilton says why not. Shucked, simmered in its own liquor, with cream, sherry, cayenne and thyme. Then spooned, blistering hot, over a thin slice of dry white toast.
It's common for young children to be afraid of needles. But as approval for the Covid vaccine nears for kids ages 5 and up, parents and caregivers can help children overcome their fears. Here's how to offer support.
After almost 80 years, lost manuscripts by the antisemitic writer Céline have turned up. They were given to a journalist 15 years ago by a secret source who wanted them hidden until Céline's widow died, so an "antisemitic family" would not profit from them.
Tesla yesterday attained a $1 trillion market cap — a level previously reached only by Apple, Microsoft, Amazon and Alphabet. But it’s worth remembering how Elon Musk’s company differs from the rest of that group.
More Americans are melding evangelicalism and Republicanism to create "a movement that is not entirely about politics or religion but power," Ryan Burge, an assistant political science professor and a Baptist pastor, writes in a guest essay.
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