Dr. Fauci is also defending President Biden’s decision to release a plan for Covid boosters before regulators had given their recommendations.
The comedian shared the news on social media and told his followers to get vaccinated.
Haiti migration officials have asked the United States for a “humanitarian moratorium” even as they receive the first returnees from Texas. “Will we have enough to feed these people?”
Erin Azar, a.k.a. Mrs. Space Cadet on TikTok, invited followers to join her, “a slightly overweight person who drinks too much beer,” as she trains for a marathon. She didn’t anticipate mil...
At 18, the “Dance Moms” and internet star is returning to reality TV as half of the first same-sex partnership on “Dancing With the Stars.”
The impasse began in August after members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers Union objected to changes in shift lengths and overtime rules.
“The Crown” and Netflix could have a big night and bring the streaming service its first top award for a series. Here’s what else to expect, and a look at the favorites and potential upsets...
Many outdated provisions have long since been invalidated, but the language that was specifically intended to enshrine white supremacy has remained.
For some refugee families who traveled to Germany during the migrant crisis of 2015 and 2016, gratitude for Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to welcome them comes via a namesake.
Just 20 percent of people in low- and lower-middle-income countries have received a first Covid-19 vaccine dose — compared to 80 percent in high- and upper-middle-income countries.
Senator Joe Manchin is already a crucial swing vote in the Democrats’ sweeping budget bill. But he will also write the details of its climate change program.
Florida’s second-half surge took the Crimson Tide by surprise but was not enough to topple No. 1 Alabama.
They’ve been a “political arm of the Republican Party” for decades now.
Overblown fears that the coronavirus could be transmitted through surfaces have created a stigma around handling nonhazardous trash, experts say. Some recyclable waste has been junked or burned.
The 14-day infection rate in Spain has fallen to its lowest level since August 2020.
Gov. Tate Reeves calls the death rate a “lagging indicator” of how Mississippi is faring during the pandemic.
The Kremlin’s propaganda system, lurid and spurious, is central to the president’s power.
The left needs to think as much about supply as it does about demand.
Warning of Texas-style laws nationwide, the party believes it can use the issue to turn out suburban women in the Virginia governor’s race this fall and the 2022 midterms.
The 16th named storm of the 2021 season formed in the open ocean, east of the Caribbean.
The punchline is “Only an Octave Apart,” featuring the unlikely collaborators Justin Vivian Bond and Anthony Roth Costanzo at St. Ann’s Warehouse.
The search giant agreed to Moscow’s requests to restrict access to online videos and documents being used by allies of the imprisoned opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny, activists said.
Bishop Spong pushed for women in the clergy and same-sex marriage, and he called on his followers to reject “supernatural” aspects of Christianity.
Public health in Africa has been a story of neglect and dependency, says John Nkengasong, the first director of the Africa Centers for Disease Control. But he’s on a mission to turn things arou...
As the orchestra’s season opens, its music director announced he would step down, its hall is under renovation and it’s still trying to diversify.
French perfumers, sommeliers and winemakers with coronavirus infections are sometimes deprived of a crucial tool: their high-performing noses.
Professors and a recent college graduate respond to a guest essay. Also: Vaccine mandates; erosion of democracy; dental benefits.
Our lives are loud — and too often it costs money to escape the noise.
Start with a Times classic: Marian Burros’s recipe for a delicious plum torte.
More school districts are embracing “test-to-stay” protocols that allow uninfected close contacts to remain in the classroom.
America has spent 20 years vowing revenge for terrorism. There’s a better path.
Notre critique évalue les chances et les attentes du film à l’approche de la saison des grands prix de cinéma. Aux USA, le film sort le mois prochain à la fois en salle et en streaming.
Reflexiones sobre la “morenidad”, relatos de trabajadores migrantes e inmigrantes queer, poemas poscoloniales y mucho más.
Look closely at this image, stripped of its caption, and join the moderated conversation about what you and other students see.
Nuestro reportero probó unas gafas hechas en colaboración con Ray-Ban capaces de hacer fotos, grabar videos, responder a llamadas telefónicas y reproducir pódcasts.
Plus, a tax plan is proposed and the government will weigh in on booster shots.
Nicholas Britell’s scores — for “Succession,” “Moonlight” and “The Underground Railroad,” among others — suggest whole new ways of writing for film and television.
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.
Lawyers from top accounting firms do brief stints in the Treasury Department, with the expectation of big raises when they return.
New funding will allow more medical appointments to take place via video in rural communities, where some of the nation’s oldest and sickest patients live.
The unsolved killings of a lawyer’s wife and son have brought new scrutiny to three other deaths in recent years.
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
La historia del empresario colombiano y la defensa que ha impulsado el gobierno de Venezuela revelan la naturaleza real del chavismo.
Te cuento el final: nada funciona (hasta que dejas de intentarlo).
In “The Book of Form and Emptiness,” the characters are so preoccupied with material possessions that objects come to life all around them.