An alarming outbreak of ailments has put teachers and principals into crisis mode.
James Verini is out with “They Will Have to Die Now,” a book about the battle of Mosul and its consequences.
The Modern Love podcast revisits an essay about love in the digital age.
Hundreds of young people, responding to online calls for demonstrations against President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, chanted “Down with Sisi” and “Leave now.”
Before Gamergate, Anthony Comstock was the original anti-feminist crusader.
Anxious about the future and angry about the failure to curb the crisis, millions joined an urgent call for action against climate change.
Brown’s brief, rocky tenure with New England ended the same day that N.F.L. officials spoke with an artist who accused the star wide receiver of unwanted sexual advances.
Vaping-related lung illnesses have been on the rise, and federal and state health departments are investigating the risks.
The bittersweet discovery that language, and the stories it carries, is not a straight path.
They fear that if they stick to the rules, they will lose everything. Their behavior is a threat to democratic stability.
In an age of demagogues, Israelis showed that demagogy doesn’t work.
One woman was still looking for a missing son after the seventh-wettest tropical cyclone in U.S. history. “He can’t swim,” she said.
The president and his allies have been pressing Ukraine for months to investigate Joseph R. Biden Jr., complicating relations between the two countries.
Scrutiny over President Trump’s behavior with world leaders was a hard-to-avoid theme of the day for the Australian prime minister.
The politics that created the conditions for Trump cannot be the politics that defeat him.
Even if it took a taunt to do it, he approved $250 million for voting protections.
Probably not “peace,” or a Palestinian state any time soon. But certainly political changes and most likely a lesser role for Benjamin Netanyahu.
Pressed about his decades-old opposition to same-sex marriage, Mr. Biden pushed back, saying he didn’t “have to evolve.”
Mr. Trump has been prodding the Ukrainian government to investigate Mr. Biden and his family, but the new whistle-blower complaint has drastically raised the stakes.
The students, who were mostly headed to schools in the University of California system, had visas in hand when they were blocked from their flights this month.
The Mosaic expedition, a $155 million undertaking five years in the making, aims for a better understanding of how global warming will affect the Arctic.
The chasm is growing between the Pacific-12 Conference and its Power Five counterparts. And its rescue hopes are pinned on a new TV deal in 2024.
Here’s the difference between “nice to have” and “need to have” products at work.
Mr. Giuliani’s unconstrained television appearances have long raised concerns with the rest of Mr. Trump’s legal team, as well as White House officials.
An agreement between the United States and El Salvador will prevent migrants from crossing the southwestern border by requiring them to seek protection in El Salvador first.
We have the tools. Now we are building the political power.
From McCarthyism to the mob to Trump, Cohn enabled evil. Why did elites embrace him?
A whistle-blower’s report has alarmed the intelligence agencies’ watchdog. Why won’t the administration share it with Congress?
The separation of powers has become increasingly subservient to the separation of parties.
The administration is not ruling out military strikes. But for now, President Trump is content to remain within the parameters of defense, not offense.
House lawmakers asked the companies for information on how their businesses had been affected by Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Raising children, keeping a job and riding horses for a cheering crowd — life on the all-black professional rodeo circuit.
During the Rugby World Cup, the smallest players can maneuver around tight spaces and “be quite pesky,” getting into places the large players cannot.
The artist Liselotte Watkins took over Capri’s Villa San Michele for an evening filled with local cooking, good conversation — and her painted vases.
Why must the bathroom continue to be fraught?
Yoko Kubrick’s marble works reference familiar tales while subverting the traditions that have defined her discipline.
Tension has grown among a 6,000-person work force as it waits to sell company shares, people with knowledge of the situation said.
The scale of suspensions, following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, was far larger than the social network had previously revealed.
Despite multiple setbacks, Boris Johnson could still win a general election. Analysts say that, like President Trump, he has played to his core.
The Cooper Street Rock, in Upper Manhattan, sat undisturbed for millenniums. Now it’s on the market — or at least half of it is.
What is “vaginal atrophy,” and how can you stop it?
Warming waters and a series of dams are making the grueling migration of the Chinook salmon even more deadly — and threatening dozens of other species.
“The stockings don’t look very good but I’ve decided to change my attitude about that and say they are chic,” one patient writes.
Shoulder season — just before and after peak summer travel time — is when you’ll find warm temperatures, smaller crowds and deals.
No matter how often you’ve stayed in a hotel, these tips will help you get a cleaner, safer, more relaxing stay in your next one.
When we think about what we leave behind as grandparents, we hope we will have transmitted lessons about kindness, justice, strength and confidence, the boundless nature of love.
A study of fossil meteorites suggests that a distant asteroid collision once sent Earth into an ice age.
Here are five things you can get for 15 minutes of self-care each day.
A funeral industry report says demand for cremation is increasing, in part because it’s less expensive than burial. It has also become more socially acceptable.