What’s happened in India and Australia is a warning to the left.
In her defense, she had plenty of help.
The prime minister has won re-election on a tide of violence, fake news and resentment.
Rodrigo Duterte got another endorsement — and more power — in midterm elections.
Why the book endures, even in an era of disposable digital culture.
Theresa May exits but the Brexit impasse will endure for the simple reason it makes no sense.
It would be understandable to feel sympathy for anyone so isolated and vilified. I don’t.
Build he won’t, and that’s a good thing.
What ‘Roger’ dads do better than Tiger moms ever will.
One potential party guest’s saga.
Having experienced combat, we know pardons for war crimes would be a disservice to our military and undermine our moral standing in the world.
Compensation for top bosses grew at double the pace of ordinary workers’ wages, according to our annual analysis. Topping the list: Elon Musk, with a $2.3 billion package.
The trade dispute with China has cost growers their No. 1 buyer, but they say the president is on the right course.
Two actresses who have sued the movie producer said they would not sign on, jeopardizing the proposed deal. Others expressed anger and disappointment.
Our new columnist introduces herself — and tackles whether true happiness is ever attainable between 9 and 5.
The widely shared videos raised broader concerns about digital manipulation and disinformation heading into the 2020 campaign.
The pilot of the Cessna Citation V is the only person believed to have been aboard the plane, which was approached by fighter jets.
Mr. Bolton said there was “no doubt” that missile tests this month violated Security Council resolutions. President Trump had earlier downplayed their importance.
A federal judge in California granted a preliminary injunction against the administration that prevents it from redirecting funds to build the wall.
The threat of flooding has been relentless along four Midwestern rivers. With more crests coming, residents pile sandbags, watch levees and wait.
Mr. Cuccinelli, who was expected to coordinate immigration policy, will instead be chosen to take over for the embattled head of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
President Trump plans to attend the final match of an annual tournament in Tokyo, where he will present a custom-made trophy to the winner, drawing international attention to the ancient sport.
There are several pubic hair products on the market, but they seem to offer a solution to a nonexistent problem.
The data, collected by First American Financial Corporation, included hundreds of millions of detailed and personal financial records.
The attorney general’s ability to declassify intelligence could put at risk a C.I.A. informant close to President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.
The Department of Health and Human Services proposed to roll back Obama-era protections of transgender people, narrowing the definition of sex for health care coverage.
The Trump administration is equipping Saudi Arabia, the U.A.E. and Jordan, even as the president remains reluctant to increase the number of American military personnel on the ground.
Observers have their doubts about whether a trip filled with flattery will entice Mr. Trump to cooperate on trade and other matters of Japanese interest.
Hugely popular in restaurants, this labor-intensive cut has long intimidated home cooks. But follow these nine steps and you’re on your way to smoky nirvana.
A look back at a decade of The New York Times Lens column.
The newest from Pedro Almodóvar features a moving performance from Antonio Banderas, while other films have been much more divisive.
“I was smarter,” Jayme said in a statement at the sentencing hearing for Jake Patterson, who pleaded guilty to abducting her and killing her parents.
The prime minister’s departure throws Britain into an unpredictable quandary after three years of trying and failing to pull the country out of the European Union.
The garden is not often the first thing on our minds, as we cover Afghanistan’s long war. I didn’t notice what was going on until I looked out the window in front of my desk on the second floor and saw a hollyhock at eye level.
Since the 1950s, prom photos have been bellwethers of a changing America. At one high school just outside New York City, the prom is still the main event.
Over 200 million women and girls alive today have been circumcised. Four of them shared with The Times their pain, emotional trauma and sexual struggles — and their journey to feel whole.
Bipartisan congressional support for legislation calling for Tubman’s inclusion is a start.
On this week’s Modern Love podcast, the “Twilight Zone” actress reads an essay about the extraordinary difficulty of ordinary life.
Checking in with a longtime N.B.A. scouting star to ask if Leonard’s youth might put him ahead of Durant.
Mrs. May said she would step down as leader of the Conservative Party and then as prime minister, after repeatedly failing to get her Brexit plan through Parliament.
Clothing tags often say you need to dry clean wool and silk garments. But more often than not, you can get away with hand washing.
A new study finds that the choice to eat or omit a meal before an early workout could affect our relationship to food for the rest of the day.
Day-to-day individual choices matter less than we think, but national policies seem to matter a lot.
Some flights are trickier to book than others. For these, budget travelers need to go beyond the major search engines.
The case of Baby Fae, the recipient of Dr. Bailey’s experimental transplant in 1984, generated worldwide headlines — along with criticism, demonstrations and threats.
Despite alarmist headlines and a study that suggested morning people live longer, the truth is more complicated.
Mike Chase’s “How to Become a Federal Criminal” is, as its subtitle promises, “an illustrated handbook for the aspiring offender.” It’s also very funny.
An energetic documentary about Halston paints a vivid picture of the atmosphere around him, but the man himself remains elusive.
Spending your weekends on the field with your kids? Here’s are some tips to stay comfortable and stay motivated to cheer them on.