An Improbable Survival
Sébastien rescued a woman hanging from the window of the Bataclan concert hall in Paris. Then he survived a two-hour hostage standoff.
Marine Le Pen’s Change in Tone
Following the attacks in Paris, a look back at how the National Front party leader's language has evolved over the last five years on issues such a...
App Smart | Thanksgiving Prep
Let new technologies do some of the heavy lifting for Thanksgiving dinner. Apps from AnyList and Butterball help coordinate the shopping list and t...
Treating Low Back Pain
Electrical nerve stimulation relieves chronic low back pain in all ages, new study finds.
Block by Block | Jackson Heights
The Queens neighborhood of Jackson Heights combines ethnic diversity with private gardens and still-affordable apartments.
The Paris Attackers: Who Were They?
A snapshot of seven men suspected in Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris, including Abdelhamid Abaaoud, a Belgian who is believed to have been the ...
A Survivor’s Story: ‘I’m Coming Home’
François Granier, 24, went to the Bataclan concert hall in Paris on Friday night. After gunfire erupted, he grabbed a bloodied drumstick from backs...
How to Be an Effective Negotiator
Michael Wheeler, professor at Harvard Business School, explains why you need to start with a plan and then think on your feet.
Grief Interrupted in Paris
A vigil at Place de République in Paris on Sunday was disrupted by reported gunfire, which was later determined to be a false alarm, highlighting t...
The World Stands in Solidarity
The day after the deadly attacks in Paris, people around the globe turned out to light candles, lay down flowers and console each other.
How Paris Terror Attacks Unfolded
A series of attacks in Paris from the main sports stadium to the Bataclan concert hall spread terror across the city Friday night.
Terror and Confusion in Paris
On the Boulevard Beaumarchais, there was shock on Friday over a siege at a concert hall that took place a short distance from the attack on Charlie...
Win a Trip 2016
The Op-Ed columnist Nicholas Kristof invites students to enter a contest for an international reporting trip in 2016.