The Princeton Theological Seminary said it was committed to “telling the truth” about its ties to slavery. Black students don’t think it goes far enough.
The purveyor of shared office space, which aborted an initial public offering last month, has lost billions of dollars and needs a big cash infusion.
Sylvia Khoury’s insidiously sharp new play arrives as the eight-year-old conflict is making fresh headlines in the United States.
Two of the president’s potential picks have been deemed ineligible because of a federal statute.
A student directed the slur at Marlon Anderson, and Mr. Anderson said he repeated it as he was trying to explain why it was offensive.
One of the most acrimonious — and tightest — elections in Canadian history is drawing to a close.
House Democrats, once eyeing an impeachment vote by Thanksgiving, now conceded they may have to go slower as they plan public hearings to drive home their case.
Christopher Beha, a novelist and journalist, rises to the top of a turbulent masthead.
The president has sought to scale back America’s military presence around the world without waiting to negotiate concessions from foes like the Taliban or North Korea.
Residents throwing vegetables at American troops. Russian and Syrian forces taking control. This is a picture of the U.S. withdrawal from northeastern Syria.
A three-year investigation finds no criminal wrongdoing in Hillary Clinton’s email practices, which many members of the Trump administration have now embraced.
Don’t worry. None of them were killers. Or so they insisted.
With impeachment looming, it’s time to take to the streets again.
The White House chief of staff, still “acting” after all these months, should never have been cast in the role of spin doctor.
The crash of two 737 Max jets has thrown the company into the biggest crisis in its 103-year history, and things seem to be getting worse.
Jose Altuve’s Game 6 homer not only sent Houston to the World Series, it gave his teammates a chance to gush about a player who persevered through the franchise’s nadir.
When a mate approaches a male white bellbird in the Amazon, he whips around and sings his piercing tune right in her face.
These storied schools are largely responsible for the nation’s black middle class. They are also on the brink of financial ruin.
Mr. Wong, who had Tourette’s syndrome and depression, drew wide acclaim for his first solo show in New York just last year.
Macy’s, which operates more than 600 department stores, follows brands like Michael Kors and Gucci in stopping sales of fur products.
One of Latin America’s most prosperous and politically stable countries is being rocked by protests and looting amid a reckoning over inequality.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Firefighters combatted a blaze in Pacific Palisades, Calif., which threatened several homes.
The candidate of plans needs a really good one right now.
Under President Trump, there are now more troops in the Middle East than when he took office, and he has continued the mission for tens of thousands of others far from the wars of 9/11.
Freed of the constraints of public office, Mrs. Clinton seems to be living her best life.
Turkey wants nukes.
Edie Ugot is the first chef in the space, serving Filipino favorites at the Vanderbilt location.
The New Orleans Pelicans rookie underwent surgery to repair a torn meniscus on Monday, an injury expected to keep him out of his first N.B.A. season until at least December.
The lawsuit, filed by a woman who served Mr. Gooding at a Manhattan nightclub, said the actor pinched her buttocks and repeatedly tried to touch her again.
La carta de Vivian Lord, de seis años, atrajo la atención de los medios y motivó a que un fabricante lance, por primera vez, el juguete clásico en versión femenina.
He was chief counsel to the New York commission formed after Frank Serpico’s revelations about systemic graft and the department’s lax response.
After you visit the museum, tell us: What surprised you?
En Alemania, los pugs tienen un estatus casi de culto y sus dueños han creado comunidades para conversar, socializar y para que los perros compitan y premiar al más rápido. O al más lento.
The right-wing newspapers that dominate in Britain shaped a narrative of events that could have not been more pleasing to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
After a car accident, a dash cam can be your most reliable — and, often, only — eyewitness to prove it wasn’t your fault. Here are the models we recommend.
Can the largest public school system in the U.S. educate students fairly if it’s also one of the most segregated?
President Trump compared himself to George Washington, who he said operated a business while he was president.
The problem is not just paranoia. It’s also that she questioned a candidate’s motives rather than the soundness of her views.
Readers call on Republicans to stop defending the president’s actions. One appeals to Mitt Romney to run against Mr. Trump.
To celebrate the publication of a new cookbook, the bakery will hold at pop-up at Lafayette in NoHo.
The men behind the Dead Rabbit bar have organized a festival for the spirit at Pier A.
No trick. These confections from Kreuther Handcrafted Chocolate are definitely Halloween treats.
Dan Barber’s bucolic Tarrytown, N.Y., restaurant gets its first Michelin stars in the 2020 Michelin Guide New York City, which was expanded to include Westchester County.
Major League Soccer announces that Sacramento will be home to the league’s 29th team.
The chef Josef Centeno illuminates the joys of a complex and often maligned cuisine at his Culver City restaurant.
In Los Angeles, the chef Josef Centeno delivers the most delicious cliches of Tex-Mex — but unravels them too.
The big companies have deeper pockets, which helps with both marketing and renovating. That’s one reason some independents are joining the chains as affiliates.
Nocturnal moths evolved into daytime butterflies not to escape bats, as biologists once thought, but to enjoy an abundant new drink: the nectar of flowering plants.
New York’s attorney general is about to square off against the oil giant in court.