Hend Zaza lost on Saturday in straight sets to Liu Jia of Austria in the opening round of the women’s singles table tennis tournament.
The country has changed vastly from that hopeful moment nearly six decades ago, and the Olympics this time around have come to represent something different and not entirely positive.
On the eve of a unique mid-pandemic Olympic Games, we asked four emerging fashion designers to share their sketchbooks and envisage their own Tokyo 2020 debut.
In interviews in the 1990s, Keigo Oyamada, known as Cornelius, talked about taunting children with Down syndrome, stripping classmates naked and otherwise abusing them.
A federal judge upheld the school’s mandate. But an appeal is on the way, and the mandates remain divisive across the country.
Just a few years before structural engineer Sergio Breiterman signed off on the construction work at Champlain Towers South Condominium, he vouched for a new municipal building in Coral Gables that,...
A new indoor mask requirement in Los Angeles County comes as new virus cases have nearly tripled statewide. Immunization rates, however, should keep any spike below past peaks.
Some deaths were not counted as part of prison virus tallies because hospitalized inmates were officially released from custody before they died.
It’s among the wettest places on the planet, but shifts in rainfall, invasive grasses and a housing shortage are driving a wildfire spike on the islands.
Stacie Marshall, who inherited a Georgia farm, is trying on a small scale to address a generations-old wrong that still bedevils the nation.
France is handing out third shots of the two-dose vaccines to cancer patients and others with immune system impairments. In the United States, patients like these are on their own.
The condo board knew that Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Fla., needed major repairs. It did not know the complex was in a race against time.
A month after polls closed, officials have yet to declare a victor in the presidential vote, as they consider Keiko Fujimori’s demand that ballots be thrown out.
At a time when climate change is making heat waves more frequent and more severe, trees are stationary superheroes: They can lower urban temperatures 10 lifesaving degrees, scientists say.