Scientists describe the new study as flawed. And the revival of a politically fraught issue comes as agency Commissioner Stephen M. Hahn tries to shake off critics who say he sometimes seems overly deferential to President Trump.
As Confederate statue after Confederate statue headed for the storage sheds, it seemed that the six figures on Richmond’s Monument Avenue somehow might distill to one: Ashe, the adored tennis star, author and civil-rights humanitarian.
Fears over TikTok’s Chinese ownership are setting up a battle between the Trump administration and the site’s users. Amazon emailed employees ordering them to delete the app from phones that have access to Amazon email accounts, citing “security risks.” The company said the email was sent in error.
Numbers cited by World Relief and Open Doors USA show that fewer Christians from the 50 countries where Christians face the most persecution were admitted to the United States in President Trump’s first three years in office combined than in 2016 alone.
The company continues to grapple with a large advertising boycott, employee unrest and other issues related to its policies on hate speech and misinformation, according to a person familiar with the company’s thinking.
Travelers contemplating a domestic trip can’t help but wonder: What’s it like . . . to take a train? To fly in a plane? To rent a car? Are passengers abiding by the rules, and what happens if they don't? Here is our report from the rails, sky and road.