Times Minute | Tech Earnings Preview
Apple, Microsoft and Amazon will issue quarterly reports this week. Also on the Minute, the effect of California’s water crisis and celebrating 100...
Boston Marathon Day
Scenes from the Boston Marathon on Monday, a year after two bombs exploded near the finish line.
Food Curated: Brooklyn Bouillon
Rachael Mamane thought she could generate extra income for farmers who raise animals by creating a line of stocks from discarded bones. Brooklyn Bo...
Wrigley Field Turns 100
Despite the team’s disappointing record, the century-old home of the Chicago Cubs continues to draw fans.
Lovers on the Run
Zakia and Mohammad Ali are fleeing threats of arrest and death in Afghanistan as a result of their marriage, which crosses cultural boundaries.
The Enduring Legacy of Terri Schiavo
The controversy over Terri Schiavo’s case elevated a family matter into a political battle that continues to frame end-of-life issues today.
Riding New York City’s Desire Line
Desire lines, says architecture critic Michael Kimmelman, are marked by economic development and evolving travel patterns. He plots today’s desire ...
Vows: Completing the Circle
Forty-four years after Steve Shapiro became a hippie and broke off his engagement to Jane Mattson, the couple is giving marriage a second chance.
Awesome Con Fans Try to Break Record
As part of the convention kickoff in Washington, attendees tried to break the world record for the largest gathering of people dressed as comic boo...
MRSA at Home
MRSA bacteria may now be making its way into people's homes, study finds.
ADHD and Language Skills
Children with ADHD may face a greater risk for language problems that cause academic trouble.
Think Back: The 1964 World’s Fair
The organizers of the New York World’s Fair billed the event as one for the ages, but it failed to leave a lasting mark on the culture. The Times’s...
Sedentary sponges have evolved some fearsome weapons for trapping and devouring small prey.
Times Minute | Good News for Obamacare
Also on the Minute, an uncertain outcome after talks on Ukraine and Gabriel García Márquez departs, leaving behind his seminal literature.
García Márquez, Magical Realism Master
Gabriel García Márquez, the Nobel laureate Colombian author whose “One Hundred Years of Solitude” established him as a giant of 20th-century litera...
New Delhi Votes
The vote in India’s capital is considered somewhat of a bellwether in the national elections, which will continue through mid-May.
This Weekend: Indie Films and Ai Weiwei
Things to do this weekend include the Tribeca Film Festival, which is in full swing in lower Manhattan. There’s also a new Ai Weiwei exhibition in ...