Mr. May, who called himself “not a fat comedian but a comedian who happens to be fat,” toured extensively and made several stand-up specials.
New rules vastly expand religious exemptions from an Obama-era requirement for employers to include birth control coverage in their health insurance plans.
The board of the Weinstein Company hired an outside law firm to investigate accusations of sexual harassment by its co-chairman.
Senator Robert Menendez’s hectic schedule underscores an effort to show that he is still fulfilling his senatorial duties, despite his days spent fighting to stay out of prison.
The White House considers “risky sexual behavior” such an emergency that it rushes to kill mandated contraception coverage.
A 1960s government program took indigenous children from their families and put them up for adoption by nonnative parents.
As Sergeant Branden Clarkson helped direct officers responding to the mass shooting, he learned his brother, a detective, had been shot in the neck.
The making of an open secret.
A week after the Las Vegas shooting, music lovers at a festival in Texas were defiant and attentive. But mostly, they were unflappable.
With a wink and a smile, the president made ominous comments before a dinner with military leaders, but repeatedly refused to explain what he meant.