Sharapova appealed her two-year suspension for positive tests for meldonium. And since a disciplinary panel determined her violation was unintentional, Tuesday’s ruling may go in her favor.
A Japanese cell biologist, Dr. Ohsumi was recognized for his work on autophagy, the process by which cells recycle their content.
The circumstances of the killing of Keith Lamont Scott have been a source of intense debate. Here are some questions that readers have asked The New York Times.
The U.S.C/Los Angeles Times poll has consistently been an outlier, showing Donald Trump in the lead or near the lead.
With a 97-to-1 vote, President Obama was rebuffed over a bill that would let Americans sue Saudi Arabia over the attacks. The House is expected to follow, in Mr. Obama’s first veto override.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed the measure, which imposes a mandatory minimum sentence, in response to the jailing for only three months of Brock Turner.
In August, there were thoughts of doom and a pile of injuries. But the alternate-dimension Mets are going to the playoffs, albeit through the bargain-basement door.
Instead of leaving the office, we poured ourselves some 1 a.m. drinks and discussed who won the debate.