Nothing was found on your request

The New York Times: Latest News: news on page 1877

As Sponsors Shy Away, FIFA Faces World Cup Shortfall

As Sponsors Shy Away, FIFA Faces World Cup Shortfall

FIFA President Gianni Infantino last week. The World Cup is FIFA’s biggest moneymaker, but a corruption scandal has complicated its ability to sign deals with sponsors.
DealBook: A Prince’s Uncertain Fate Deepens Mystery in Saudi Arabia

DealBook: A Prince’s Uncertain Fate Deepens Mystery in Saudi Arabia

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in 2015. He hasn’t been heard from since his arrest early this month.
China Sentences Taiwanese Human Rights Activist in Subversion Case

China Sentences Taiwanese Human Rights Activist in Subversion Case

Lee Ming-cheh appearing in court in Yueyang, China, in September. He was accused of trying to foment a revolution.
Hockey’s Other Crosby Toils Outside the Spotlight

Hockey’s Other Crosby Toils Outside the Spotlight

Taylor Crosby in her team locker room at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in St. Cloud, Minn., last month.
‘Ghost Guns,’ Homemade and Untraceable, Face Growing Scrutiny

‘Ghost Guns,’ Homemade and Untraceable, Face Growing Scrutiny

Former Representative Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona in October. She survived an assassination attempt in 2011.
News Analysis: Prince Harry Casts Aside Ghosts of Royal Marriages Past

News Analysis: Prince Harry Casts Aside Ghosts of Royal Marriages Past

Prince Harry and his fiancée, Meghan Markle, arrived for photographs in the Sunken Garden at Kensington Palace on Monday.
At Time Inc., a Jittery Reckoning on the Day After the Sale

At Time Inc., a Jittery Reckoning on the Day After the Sale

Many employees of Times Inc. had been stunned by the news that the publisher had agreed to sell itself to the Meredith Corporation.
Senate Race in Alabama Tests Reach of Trump’s Endorsement

Senate Race in Alabama Tests Reach of Trump’s Endorsement

Roy Moore, former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice and current Republican Senate candidate, at a campaign rally on Monday.
Woman Tried to Dupe Washington Post With False Claim About Roy Moore, Paper Says

Woman Tried to Dupe Washington Post With False Claim About Roy Moore, Paper Says

Stephanie McCrummen, a Washington Post reporter, left, interviewed Jaime Phillips at a Greek restaurant in Alexandria, Va., on Wednesday.
Media Memo: Trump and Russia Seem to Find Common Foe: The American Press

Media Memo: Trump and Russia Seem to Find Common Foe: The American Press

CNN’s New York headquarters. President Trump criticized the network’s international arm over the weekend.
Op-Ed Contributor: Trump’s Bureaucratic Showdown

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump’s Bureaucratic Showdown

Leandra English, left, meeting with Senators Charles Schumer and Elizabeth Warren on Monday. Ms. English was appointed acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau by the departing
‘It Was a Blood Bath’: Freight Trains Kill 110 Reindeer in Norway

‘It Was a Blood Bath’: Freight Trains Kill 110 Reindeer in Norway

An image from a video taken on Saturday shows a train driving past dead reindeer near Mosjoen in northern Norway. More than 100 reindeer were killed by trains in the area in the past week.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Biggest Tax Scam in History

Op-Ed Columnist: The Biggest Tax Scam in History

A Senate Finance Committee meeting room. The group is working on tax legislation that could prove costly to the middle class and future generations.

The Republican Senators Who Might Oppose the Tax Bill

A handful of Republican senators are on the fence about President Trump’s tax plan. Here are their concerns.