His informal, generous pictures were some of the most moving art of the 1990s. Now, at MoMA, time catches up with the German photographer.
Buccaneers wide receiver Chris Godwin said Thursday that he will be a game-time decision in Sunday's Week 1 opener at the Dallas Cowboys.
Dak Prescott said he was just being precautious after leaving practice because a new pair of cleats began to bother his surgically-repaired right ankle.
Russell Wilson on Thursday confirmed the Seahawks tried to trade him in 2018 and said he doesn't think his skills have diminished as he leads the Broncos to Seattle on Monday night.
Ohio school district tells teachers they don’t have to inform parents of students’ name, pronoun changes
Mentor Public Schools in Ohio told teachers they don't have to inform parents if a transgender or transitioning student wants to be called by a different name or pronoun.
Fetterman’s press secretary tweeted she was ‘mortified’ to be American, made insensitive remarks on minorities
The press secretary and senior spokesperson for Democrat John Fetterman's campaign for the Senate once said she was "mortified to be an American."
A Washington, D.C., council member is blaming the governors of Arizona and Texas for its public migrant emergency. Migrants have also been sent to New York City.
DOJ will appeal judge order to appoint special master to review records seized by FBI from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago
The Justice Department plans to appeal a federal judge's order for the appointment of a special master to review records seized by the FBI from former President Trump's home, if the court does not grant a stay in the case.
The Pentagon Office of Inspector General has told lawmakers that it will review whistleblower allegations about the vetting of Afghan evacuees.
Lawmakers urge Biden to deny Iranian president entry into US for UN meeting over ‘gross violations’ of rights
A large bipartisan group of House lawmakers are asking President Biden to deny the entry of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi into the U.S. to attend the U.N. Assembly due to human rights abuses.
The deal would involve the creation of a new brand focused on lifestyle and entertainment coverage and could be worth at least $50 million over several years.
France's western shores have seen thousands of dead sea birds over the past weeks as a viral outbreak ravages the French Atlantic coast, worrying scientists and farmers alike.
As global warming passes certain limits, dire changes will probably become irreversible, the researchers said, including the loss of polar ice sheets and the death of coral reefs.
Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 25 points in 19 minutes before leaving midway through the third quarter with an ankle issue in Greece's 90-69 win over Estonia in the Group C finale for both teams at the EuroBasket tournament Thursday.
Play was suspended for the rest of the day at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth on Thursday following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Two key senators in the Senate's gay marriage negotiations Thursday previewed the substance of an amendment they plan to introduce, possibly next week.
Biden, first lady mourn death of Queen Elizabeth II: ‘A stateswoman of unmatched dignity and constancy’
President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden on Thursday mourned the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, saying she deepened the alliance between the United States and the United Kingdom.
Lawmakers, presidents mourn Queen Elizabeth’s death, praise her steadfast leadership: ‘Entire world’s loss’
Top leaders in the U.S. mourn Queen Elizabeth's passing at the age of 96 on Thursday while praising her steady leadership and conviction.
Senators mourned Queen Elizabeth II Thursday in the wake of her death as the longest-serving British monarch, spanning over a dozen U.S. presidencies.
He covered the gulf war and the protests in Tiananmen Square and became one of the first Black anchors of a prime-time network news program.