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Matthew McConaughey Says He Will Not Run for Texas Governor

The actor and author Matthew McConaughey announced on Sunday that he would not run for governor of Texas for now, after months of weighing whether he would seek the office.…

What Californias Should Know about Omicron

Chances are that headlines about a new and worrisome coronavirus variant interrupted the blissful haze of your holiday weekend. In what felt like a matter of hours, the variant first…

Taliban and 9/11 Families Fight for Billions in Frozen Afghan Funds

WASHINGTON — Nearly 20 years ago, about 150 family members of Sept. 11 victims sought a measure of justice for their losses by suing a list of targets like Al…

Baptism Is Getting Wild: Horse Troughs, Hot Tubs and Hashtags

As those 20th-century churches have aged, however, their once-modern baptisteries have come to look old-fashioned, too. “It’s like eating organic food,” said Chad Seales, a professor of religious studies at…

A Public Flagpole, a Christian Flag and the First Amendment

“We don’t agree with Camp Constitution’s views,” he added, “but we defend its right to express them.” The Biden administration also filed a brief last week urging the Supreme Court…

As Ghislaine Maxwell’s Trial Begins, Epstein’s Shadow Looms Large

On the first floor of the federal courthouse in Manhattan hangs an unusual art exhibit: framed courtroom illustrations of terrorists, mobsters and corrupt politicians with names like Yousef, Gotti and…

U.S. Governors Respond to Omicron Variant

Governors across the United States tried to reassure Americans on Sunday that their administrations were closely monitoring the impact of a new coronavirus variant that has alarmed scientists. Gov. Ned…

Esper Claims Defense Dept. Is Improperly Blocking Parts of His Memoir

On Nov. 8, Mr. Esper emailed his successor, Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III, about his concerns. When he submitted the manuscript for review in May, Mr. Esper wrote, he…

A Former Wright Brothers Bicycle Shop Faces Demolition

In 1892, the brick building at 1005 West Third Street had several large windows that allowed the residents of Dayton, Ohio, to peek inside and see the Wright brothers, who…

Fetal Viability, Long an Abortion Dividing Line, Faces a Supreme Court Test

WASHINGTON — In 1973, in Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court drew a line. The Constitution, it said, did not allow states to ban abortions before the fetus could survive…