His vivacity is often visible. On Thursday night, instead of resting during a television timeout with just over four minutes left in Game 1 of the Penguins’ second-round playoff series against the Washington Capitals, Fleury was bouncing buoyantly, coiling and uncoiling his legs, as springy as ever.
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In a 6-to-3 vote made public on Friday, the church’s Judicial Council found that a married lesbian bishop, and those who consecrated her, were in violation o
Covering the Trump White House can be exhilarating, maddening, exhausting — but never boring. The New York Times’s White House correspondents — Mark Landler, Julie Hirschfeld Davis, Glenn Thrush, Maggie Haberman, Michael D. Shear and Peter Baker — recall vivid moments from their first 100 days on the beat.
His son, Tom Jr., confirmed the death. Joseph W. Rogers, who founded Waffle House with Mr. Forkner, died in March.
Despite a political earthquake in France that saw the upending of the traditional divisions between left and right, polling companies managed to predict the ou
Tadeusz Kosciuszko — properly, Kościuszko — was a hero of the Revolutionary War. Born in Poland in 1746 and trained there as a military engineer, Kosciusko arrived in America in 1776. The fortifications he designed along the Hudson River, most important at West Point, were widely credited with keeping British forces at bay. He later championed Polish nationhood, fighting bravely for what was then a lost cause. He died in exile in 1817 from his partitioned homeland.
The Defense Department identified the soldiers as Army Rangers, Sgt. Joshua Rodgers, 22, and Sgt. Cameron Thomas, 23, both deployed from Fort Benning, Ga. A th
The papal visit came at a critical time for Egypt, a country caught up in intensifying terrorist attacks, particularly against Christians, and a deepening crackdown by an authoritarian government.