In the aftermath of the botched police raid in which Ms. Taylor was killed, the city also agreed to institute changes aimed at preventing future deaths by officers.
Businesses have little to fear from the government’s workplace safety office.
Delays, discrepancies and abrupt leaps in coronavirus case and death counts in Texas have baffled residents and frustrated local officials. Here is what has gone awry.
The fires have killed at least 17 people, leaving families and communities devastated up and down the West Coast.
This spring, death rates rivaled those seen during the country’s deadliest pandemic, a new study finds. “What 1918 looked like is basically this.”
Children who lost their parents in the pandemic are fighting to hold on to what is left of their families.
The number of younger adults in the state who died of the disease quadrupled last month, as rising numbers of them tested positive.
Angry Lebanese are demanding accountability for the mishandling of explosive material that detonated, killing more than 100 people. Some 300,000 people are displaced from their homes.
More than 100 people were killed, and the second blast was felt as far away as Cyprus. An investigation and a search for survivors are underway.
After a stumbling start, the country has gone from being a global pariah to a model — however imperfect — of viral containment that holds lessons for its neighbors and for the United States.
Trump is the kind of boss who can’t do the job — and won’t go away.
The death toll in the Rio Grande Valley is forcing funeral directors to buy refrigerated trucks and bypass traditional services such as velorios.