U.S. and British Warplanes Again Strike Houthi-Linked Targets in Yemen

The United States and Britain carried out another round of large-scale military strikes Saturday against multiple sites in Yemen controlled by Houthi militants, two U.S. officials said. The strikes were intended to degrade the Iran-backed militants’ ability to attack ships in sea lanes that are critical for global trade, a campaign they have carried out … Read more

South Carolina Primary: When to Expect Results

Good news for political devotees hoping to get to bed early: Barring unexpected snags, we should know the results of the Republican primary in South Carolina well before midnight. The polls will close at 7 p.m. Eastern time, and the state tends to count fast. When Democrats held their primary in the state on Feb. … Read more

South Carolina Primary: When to Expect Results

Good news for political devotees hoping to get to bed early: Barring unexpected snags, we should know the results of the Republican primary in South Carolina well before midnight. The polls will close at 7 p.m. Eastern time, and the state tends to count fast. When Democrats held their primary in the state on Feb. … Read more

In Speech at CPAC, Trump Will Outline a Thriving U.S. Amid a Second Term

As voters in South Carolina head to the polls in what is only the fifth nominating contest in the Republican presidential race, former President Donald J. Trump will give a speech on Saturday afternoon near Washington, where he is expected to focus largely on his anticipated general-election contest against President Biden. According to senior campaign … Read more

What Christian Traditions Say About I.V.F. Treatments

The Alabama Supreme Court ruling that embryos should be considered children has forced Americans to grapple with a mess of complicated realities about law, infertility, medicine and politics. At the heart of the decision, there is also Christian theology. “Human life cannot be wrongfully destroyed without incurring the wrath of a holy God,” the court’s … Read more