As Anger Swells Over Quake, Turkey Detains Building Contractors
As the death toll in Turkey and Syria passed 28,000, Ankara was coming under growing criticism for its slow response and tolerance of shoddy construction.
What the Earthquake Destroyed in the Heart of One Turkish City
The Times identified nearly 200 buildings, many of them eight or more stories tall, in central Kahramanmaras that were damaged or destroyed.
U.S. Jet Shoots Down Flying Object Over Canada
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he and President Biden had ordered the object violating Canadian airspace to be taken down, a day after another object was shot out of the sky near Alaska.
Terror Trial Could Yield Manhattan’s First Death Penalty in 60 Years
Sayfullo Saipov was convicted of fatally mowing down eight people in a 2017 bike-path rampage in New York. Will 12 jurors vote to execute him?