George Santos Is Charged With Fraud and Lying in 13-Count Indictment
The first-term congressman pleaded not guilty to charges that included accusations of fraudulently receiving unemployment benefits.
F.D.A. Advisers Say Benefits of Over-the-Counter Birth Control Pill Outweigh Risks
The agency is expected to decide this summer whether to allow the first nonprescription sales of an oral contraceptive in the United States.
Open-Armed Chicago Feels the Strains of a Migrant Influx
Asylum seekers are pouring in at a fraught moment, when Chicago is changing mayors, its shelters are full, and a pandemic-driven restriction at the southern border is expected to end.
Aboard ‘the Beast’ on a Journey to America
Migrants slip onto a freight train in Mexico headed north to Ciudad Juárez, where most will try to cross into the United States.