the authorities believe that younes abouyaaqoub may have been the driver of the van that mowed down people in las ramblas.
the police shot and killed the assailant in the russian city of surgut, said the authorities, who gave no initial indication of a terror connection.
it was one of several police shootings on friday night. a suspect was arrested and charged with first-degree murder.
with his ouster from the white house, stephen k. bannon will head back to breitbart news, where he plans to wage war on the enemies of his nativist vision.
virginia’s gubernatorial campaign was already set to be the highest profile race of the fall. then came the charlottesville violence and president trump’s response.
the suspect, who was shot after the attack, is an 18-year-old moroccan. four others have been arrested, and an international warrant is out for a sixth suspect.
amid heightened tensions, a handful of cities were preparing for demonstrations this weekend over confederate symbols and white nationalism.
the white house said the president and first lady would not participate this year, “to allow the honorees to celebrate without any political distraction.”
the police said the two attacks were related and part of a wider plot that could have been worse.
c.e.o.s are speaking out on social and political issues in sometimes startling ways, recasting the role business plays in the national debate.
in her last days in india, the times bureau chief wrestles with a murder covered up in plain sight, and with what she was leaving behind.
travel along the coast of northwest puerto rico, where vendors and bartenders use machetes, ice picks and delicate herbs to create their drinks.
our top 10 comments of the week: readers debate the events in charlottesville and barcelona, taylor swift and long commutes.
they now believe that a tiny mediterranean town may have been the incubator for a conspiracy far more ambitious than the attacks in catalonia.
mr. bannon, president trump’s chief strategist, had clashed for months with other senior west wing advisers and members of the president’s family.
a longtime mantra used by many defenders is being undercut by the embrace of confederate imagery by white supremacists.
the president spent thursday evening with some of his wealthiest supporters, trying to regain momentum after criticism over his response to violence in charlottesville, va.
as cities and states remove confederate monuments, leaders in the art world urge more dialogue and deliberation.
the design, which involves red, white and blue tiles, appears inside at least one subway station in times square. it’s one of many changes after charlottesville.
an email thursday night from james murdoch was a repudiation of president trump. it may signal a shift at murdoch-controlled media outlets.