The arrest was the latest example in a spate of what the authorities say are violent threats of domestic extremism, which have received renewed attention after mass shootings.
The New York TimesA Nazi sympathizer who threatened to butcher a Hispanic woman and boasted that President Trump would wipe out nonwhites in a “racial war and crusade” was arrested on charges of making threats, the F.B.I. said
He says low-quality streaming is hurting our songs and our brains. Is he right?
The New York TimesNeil Young says low-quality streaming is hurting our songs and our brains. When you hear real music, you get lost in it, he added, “because it sounds like God.” Spotify doesn’t sound like God.
The cancellation was a rare snub for Denmark’s head of state, and disbelief and condemnation echoed through the political landscape.
The New York Times“Is this some sort of joke?” a former Danish prime minister asked. It was not. President Trump canceled his meeting with the prime minister of Denmark because she was not interested in selling Greenland.
In most textbooks, slavery is only a dot on a timeline. About 92 percent of students don’t know that it was the central cause of the Civil War.
The New York TimesAccording to a 2017 survey from the Southern Poverty Law Center, about 92% of students did not know that slavery was the central cause of the Civil War. Nearly 60% of teachers did not believe their textbook’s coverage of slavery was adequate.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation to outlaw the ads that “blight our shores.” But you may not have seen the last of them.
The New York TimesThe floating billboards in New York’s East and Hudson Rivers have touted everything from Heineken to the latest Grinch movie. Today, Governor Cuomo signed a bill banning them, effective immediately.
A video appeared to show two officers punching an immobilized 62-year-old man, adding fuel to the recent anger over police conduct.
The New York Times2 Hong Kong police officers were arrested after a video appeared to show them hitting a 62-year-old man in the genitals, stomach and face while he was strapped to a gurney in a hospital
Five months after its territorial defeat, the Islamic State is conducting guerrilla attacks as defense officials acknowledge that the terrorist group is here to stay.
The New York TimesThough President Trump hailed a total defeat of the Islamic State earlier this year, defense officials in the region see things differently, acknowledging that what remains of the terror group is here to stay