As officials in 14 states grapple with a measles outbreak, the parents at the heart of America’s anti-vaccine movement are being blamed for a public-health crisis.
The diplomatic break touched off by Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to negotiate an address to Congress without first telling President Obama reflects their fundamentally different world views.
By not pursuing a third presidential bid, Mitt Romney frees up scores of donors and operatives who had been awaiting his decision.
A fiercely debated new immigration policy in the Bahamas requires everyone to hold a passport, a rule that human rights groups say unfairly targets people of Haitian descent.
The top-ranked women’s player won her 19th Grand Slam singles title on Saturday, defeating Sharapova, 6-3, 7-6 (5).
Companies from Uber to Airbnb are rating their customers, but who owns the data that details good and bad behavior?
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Four months into his new job, Prince Zeid Ra’ad Zeid al-Hussein of Jordan is resisting the efforts of some nations to hold his office to a narrow interpretation of its mandate.
Preying on out-of-towners with money to burn, street hustlers on Seventh Avenue in Manhattan are selling cold medicine in place of cocaine.
President Xi Jinping’s rules for foreign technology companies will create a major rift between his country and the rest of the world.
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