Buildings, landmarks and monuments are turning off lights to prevent fatal impacts as birds set off on spring migration.
Tolkien fans received an unexpected gift with the rediscovery of an all-but-forgotten 1991 production. They were also left with questions, like “why is Gollum wearing a lettuce on his head?”
Keeping a promise from when her master recordings were sold, Swift has faithfully rerecorded her 2008 album. Our critics and reporters explore its sound, and purpose.
A budget that spends on education, homelessness and undocumented immigrants is the product of years of progressive politics, not a governor looking for a diversion.
Funerals for the victims of the mass shooting in Colorado were being held this week. Teri Leiker, a beloved employee at the King Soopers store for 31 years, was among them.
Debra Hunter, 53, was seen in a widely circulated video last year coughing on a customer who was recording her dispute with employees at a home-goods store in Jacksonville, Fla.
As we look ahead to life after the pandemic, many people are reflecting on deep, personal questions about loss, love, and how to live.
One of the actions taken by President Biden to curb gun violence was to crack down on the proliferation of firearms that are assembled from kits and do not have serial numbers.
The pandemic has made it tough for families to figure out safe travel options. So we asked some experts what they’re doing this summer.
The abject failure surprised even the critics.
Maida Heatter’s famous lemon cake first appeared in The Times in a 1970s feature highlighting a few of her best-loved cake recipes This one was actually found by her daughter, Toni Evins Marks, who...
Philip’s life spanned almost a century of upheaval for Britain: He had lived with a granddaughter of Queen Victoria, and he died nearly 100 years old in an era of smartphones and the internet.
As China grows stronger and bolder, some experts want to end Washington’s decades-long policy of “strategic ambiguity.”
The Netflix show exposed a new generation to the prince’s life and helped reshape those already familiar with his legacy.
These movies and TV shows are leaving U.S. Netflix by the end of the month. Stream them while you can.
A bench trial in Federal District Court in Manhattan concerns an ancient idol held by Christie’s.
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