The revelation adds a new element to the portrait of the German co-pilot, who officials say was also being treated for psychological issues.
The most anticipated N.H.L. prospect in decades, 18-year-old Connor McDavid has the fans of some teams believing that their teams can win by losing.
Western diplomats and analysts are predicting a further escalation of tensions, possibly including the placement of Russian nuclear weapons in the annexed Crimean Peninsula.
The participants from Dnepropetrovsk had hoped to help mend a rift between President Petro O. Poroshenko and the regional governor he fired and to ease worries that Ukraine is also now at risk of unraveling into privately ruled fiefs.
A coalition of Islamist insurgents, including a branch of Al Qaeda, seized most of the northern Syrian city of Idlib on Saturday after four days of heavy fighting.
In the wake of American airstrikes on Islamic State positions in the city, there seemed to be little urgency to make progress on the ground.
Crowds gathered Saturday to bid farewell to Lee Kuan Yew at Singapore’s Parliament House, where his body was lying in state. Many bowed. Some saluted. Others sobbed.
As Iran and world powers including the United States try to reach a deal on nuclear controls in exchange for the lifting of sanctions, Iranians from all walks of life are watching and hoping for a new start.
Forty years after they both attended M.I.T., the nuclear scientists Ernest J. Moniz and Ali Akbar Salehi have emerged as the No. 2 negotiators on Iran’s nuclear program.
Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian foreign minister, said Saturday that he had had productive discussions with his European counterparts about the remaining gaps in a nuclear accord.
The decision to join the bank is an about-face for the nation, which had earlier agreed with the Obama administration’s requests to stay aloof from the bank.
Flight 624 crash-landed at the Halifax airport early Sunday morning, causing a widespread power outage after clipping utility poles on entry. No major injuries were immediately reported.
Dense crowds of people sometimes waited hours to vote on Saturday, and the election had to be extended to Sunday in parts of the country where machinery malfunctioned.
The court ruled that a police officer convicted of murdering an Associated Press photographer, Anja Niedringhaus, should serve 20 years in prison, according to documents sent to the country’s attorney general.
After an Ebola death, scientists want to gather more information on the length of time the virus might remain present in semen.
As the White House fence is altered to boost security, the Secret Service must balance a design that thwarts intruders but that doesn’t introduce a prison or Soviet style.
Picasso no longer ranks as the world's best-selling artist at auction by volume, but his status continues to add plenty of value to pretty well anything to which he put his signature.
The provision of ayahuasca, a psychedelic brew used in the Amazon basin for centuries, to inmates on short furloughs reflects a quest to ease pressure on Brazil’s prison system.
Companies like Mattel are readying electronic toys that will use Web connections to talk back to children, raising some concerns about privacy.
In the lush interior of the island nation, among the relics of the past, some of the world’s finest tea is grown.
The giant watch fair in Switzerland draws aficionados of timepieces worn in the time-honored way.
A simple dish goes heavy on the spice, with a pleasant, woodsy heat.
“Welcome to New York” is being released, but it’s not the film Mr. Ferrara, the director, made.
A look at the auction of the actress’s eclectic valuables, which included Henry Moore and Robert Graham sculptures, Picasso pottery, Louis XV bureaus and other treasures.