A city with tree-lined streets, movie studios and prices that are rising for single-family houses and holding steady for condos.
Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York.
“Lemmings: 21st Century,” a satire on modern festival culture, will have a two-night engagement in March.
The February visit would be a welcome distraction for both nationalistic leaders, who face deepening political troubles at home.
Investigators, who recovered an iPad, said they would explore all possible causes of the crash, including mechanical failure.
Tuesday: More details emerge about the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant. Also: An early encounter with the star.
The move shows how an American effort against the Chinese wireless equipment company has stumbled.
As the candidate courted nonwhite voters, employees of color were voicing their frustrations, according to interviews, documents and a recording. The campaign said it worked to foster a progressi...
An excerpt from “Why We’re Polarized,” by Ezra Klein
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After a court-ordered DNA test, the 85-year-old King Albert II, who abdicated in 2013, conceded that he was the biological father of the artist Delphine Boël, 51.
Mosier is the first transgender athlete to qualify for and participate in an Olympic trials event in the gender with which he identifies.
Details in a coming book by the former national security adviser are threatening to derail Republican senators’ plans for a speedy acquittal.
The disease outbreak in China continues to spook investors around the world, though fears appear to be moderating slightly.
How Sanders can win, calls for Bolton to testify, Warren’s new line: This is your morning tip sheet.
The city's health commissioner has urged calm as cases of the dangerous new coronavirus crop up in a number of states.
Some of the best photos — from teary-eyed first looks to candid dance moves — are captured when least expected.
Do you have a cherished wedding photo that captures an unplanned, unscripted moment? We want to hear from you.
President Trump’s legal team will complete oral arguments as negotiations accelerate over whether to include witnesses in the trial.
Protests in the 1960’s, a mimeograph machine and a long-shot candidate all contributed to Iowa’s unlikely role in the presidential election process.
Sandgren, the 100th-ranked player, lost in a drawn-out Australian Open match that saw Federer at the brink of defeat several times.
For a tennis professional and his growing family, building a house near Lake Tahoe, Calif., was about more than just learning a new sport.
An excerpt from “Black Wave: Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the Forty-Year Rivalry That Unraveled Culture, Religion, and Collective Memory in the Middle East,” by Kim Ghattas
An excerpt from “Run Me to Earth,” by Paul Yoon
For an Oklahoma tennis player and his growing family, building a house near a California ski resort was about more than just learning a new sport.
In their own words, here is how the House managers and President Trump’s defense team view impeachment.
President Trump arrives Tuesday to hold a rally in the state — his first there since taking office — where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans by a million voters.
Indigenous people, environmentalists and industries vie for control over lands that can offer economic benefits or climate protection — but not always both.
Not to mention the Democratic presidential race. It can be done, if you put your mind to it.
With or without witnesses, Trump’s trial shows that the antifederalists were right to question the Senate’s purpose.
Women in Chile, Brazil, Argentina and elsewhere know: Stopping violence against women starts with politics and power.
Their rhetorical choices have grave implications for the meaning of the acquittal the president is likely to receive.
The transformation of medieval honey wine from Renaissance Fair to New York’s next cool drink.
Coffee is one of the country’s top exports. A four-day tasting journey to haciendas and plantations follows the beans from tree to cup.
With Republicans now unified, it is difficult to find a district where a challenger can credibly claim that the incumbent has been insufficiently supportive of the president.
Three new books cover the different ways and reasons that we’ve ended up divided.
He doesn’t want a revolution. He doesn’t have a movement. He could still win this thing.
There was a getting-out-of-Dodge feeling as we boarded the airplane, although airplanes — with their recycled air — are very effective settings for the spread of respiratory infections.
The Kremlin is increasing arms sales, security pacts and training programs as the American defense secretary weighs withdrawing troops from the continent.
His father served for three decades but had never seen the military drama. So they had a lot to talk about after its opening night on Broadway.
Hotels and tour operators across the globe are rolling out vacation packages designed specifically to give women a break from their spouses and children.
Why wait until now to release damning information about Trump? It’s complicated.
Kim Ghattas’s “Black Wave” examines the rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran that is tearing the Middle East apart.
Debut fiction by Nicole Flattery, Miriam Cohen and Nicolette Polek unearths the uncanny.
“Run Me to Earth,” a new novel by Paul Yoon, examines the devastating toll of mass violence and loss on a handful of survivors.
Donna Rifkind’s “The Sun and Her Stars” recounts the story of Salka Viertel, little remembered today but a major presence in Golden Age Hollywood.
In “Friendship: The Evolution, Biology, and Extraordinary Power of Life’s Fundamental Bond,” Lydia Denworth explores the growing, cross-species science of friendships — how they work and ...
A selection of recent books of interest; plus, a peek at what our colleagues around the newsroom are reading.