In a Sharp Reversal, Biden Opens a Path for Ukraine to Get Fighter Jets
The president told allied leaders that he would allow Ukrainian pilots to be trained on American-made F-16s, and is prepared to approve other countries’ transferring the jets to Ukraine.
Air DeSantis: The Private Jets and Secret Donors Flying Him Around
As the Florida governor hopscotched the country preparing to run for president, a Michigan nonprofit paid the bills. It won’t say where it got the money.
Fleeing Sudan, U.S. Diplomats Shredded Passports and Stranded Locals
Officials destroyed Sudanese passports on security grounds as they evacuated the Khartoum embassy. Now the passport owners are trapped in a war zone.
Jim Brown, Football Great and Civil Rights Champion, Dies at 87
After a Hall of Fame career in the N.F.L., he pursued social activism and Hollywood stardom, but his image was stained by accusations of abuse toward women.