Proponents say the ability to check drugs for the presence of lethal fentanyl may save lives. But critics say the strips enable drug use.
The financial turmoil in Britain has led to soaring interest rates, prompting many lenders to withdraw products and stoking worry among homeowners about rising costs.
In both cases, former President Donald J. Trump is claiming a novel power to keep White House information from his time in office secret from the Justice Department.
A mountain pass into Georgia has become a choke point for Russians fleeing the country, many of them men who faced being drafted and sent to fight in Ukraine.
The Chanel, Fendi and Chloé designer will be the subject of the next Costume Institute blockbuster, even though he famously hated museum retrospectives.
The House passed the bill before departing ahead of the midterm elections, and President Biden signed it hours before a funding lapse would have forced a government shutdown.
The storm, which had pummeled Florida, made landfall again in South Carolina, but with less fury than it had earlier in the week.
In Moscow, the Russian leader declares four Ukrainian regions part of his country, a widely denounced move. The U.S. and Britain ordered new sanctions on Russia in response.
The city had initially declined to reveal the salary of Timothy Pearson, who left a second job at a casino over the summer.
The N.F.L. said its concussion protocols were followed when Tua Tagovailoa hit his head on Sunday. On Thursday, the quarterback left the field on a stretcher after a second head hit.
Complex financial instruments that pension funds use to minimize the impact of interest rate changes led to the bond market rout.
A Navy judge cleared Seaman Recruit Ryan Mays of all charges over the fire that engulfed the U.S.S. Bonhomme Richard in 2020.
In the film, he channels his relationship angst into something hopeful: “I was like, ‘Why is the fictional version of me happier than I am?’”