Many artworks commissioned by the rich and powerful for their final resting places have rarely been seen by the living for the last century.
Several criteria, including acute malnutrition in at least 30 percent of children, go into determining that a famine exists. It is not clear who has the authority to officially declare a famine in Gaza.
With readership collapsing for right-wing outlets, X is all the movement has left.
Parole reform has been languishing in the New York State Legislature.
An intriguing breed of enterprising Democratic governors have had success where it’s by no means guaranteed. This is how they did it.
D.E.I. efforts have their flaws, but for Black faculty members and students on campus, they can ease a sense of not belonging.
Look closely at this image, stripped of its caption, and join the moderated conversation about what you and other students see.
President Volodymyr Zelensky did not refer to the United States but his words appeared to reflect frustration at a stalled American aid package.
Travelers are racing to see parts of the world that may soon vanish.
Ten people were arrested and later released. The action in Berlin came after one of three wanted members of the militant group was arrested last week.
He turned last year’s season of “Vanderpump Rules” into the best in reality TV’s history — and ruined his life in the process.
Parliament’s election of Shehbaz Sharif for a second term follows a month of political turmoil. The new government faces economic troubles and questions of legitimacy.
“How do I fulfill the rest of my life? That question came to me very clearly at 45, and I didn’t have an answer.”
A confusing debut at Alexander McQueen, but Rick Owens and Yohji Yamamoto prove originality is the best revenge.
The Russian authorities vilified the opposition leader Aleksei A. Navalny with a viciousness that suggested he was more influential than Moscow would admit. Little has changed since he died.
A New York Times/Siena College poll revealed how much even his supporters worry about his age, intensifying what has become a grave threat to his re-election bid.
Ken Corbin is fixing the phone lines — but those foreboding letters are staying the same.
An Alabama decision on I.V.F. has put an uncompromising principle on a collision course with political reality.
While the state is solidly in the Democrats’ column for the presidential election, the winners in key districts could determine who runs Congress.
A rebranding effort is underway, yet again, for an N.B.A. franchise that has always struggled to find an identity.
Attorney General Ken Paxton is out for revenge. Gov. Greg Abbott wants private school vouchers. Both want to bring down incumbent Republicans in Tuesday’s primary and shift the state further to the right.
The hilariously suggestive misfire is a reminder of the days when too-weird-to-be-true film mementos could be found in every kitchen cupboard.
Calling themselves investigators, activists are using new data tools and disputed legal theories to urge officials to drop voters from the rolls.
With the release of Adam Sandler’s odd, middling and expensive new Netflix film, a look at space movie misfires of the past and how history repeats itself.
Does morality have a sound? Both films use sonics and silence in contrast with images. The complex results raise questions about what makes us human.
And what the latest swing from skinny to wide tells us about ourselves.
The U.S. government brought Mexican coroners to America to learn how to detect fatal overdoses, hoping to show that fentanyl kills in Mexico, too.
Almost 30 years ago, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy inspired my barely there eyebrows. I didn’t think I would be tweezing them back into existence.
In his thoroughly researched “Radiant,” Brad Gooch considers the short, blazing life of the ’80s artist, activist and man about downtown.
“Last-chance tourists” are visiting the melting Mer de Glace in Chamonix, France, in droves. A just-opened lift should make that easier. But some worry tourism is only making the problem worse.
“Change,” Édouard Louis’s latest work of autofiction, retraces his trajectory from abject poverty to life as a cultured Parisian.
“Your Absence Is Darkness,” a novel by the Icelandic writer Jon Kalman Stefansson, is a complex history prompted by one man’s quest.
Los avances en la inteligencia artificial generativa tomaron desprevenidas a las empresas tecnológicas chinas. Las regulaciones de Pekín y una economía en recesión no están ayudando.
Representative Marie Gluesenkamp Perez is running on fixing one of the busiest bridges in the region. Her far-right opponent calls it an “Antifa superhighway.”
Con una nueva directora ejecutiva, la famosa marca de jeans quiere convertirse en el referente de algo más que pantalones. Sus nuevas colecciones incluyen diversas prendas hechas con mezclilla.
In case you need some puzzle help.
Skyscrapers in the heart of Los Angeles were a financial failure that many people had ignored — until graffiti artists tagged their windows.
One more piece of plastic on the tracks, a morning routine and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
In case you need some puzzle help.
A Buffalo lawyer yelled at a police officer and received a noise citation. He argues he was punished for what he said, not how loudly he said it.
Feeling stuck on today’s puzzle? We can help.
In its opening sketch, “S.N.L.” offered a parody of a CNN political show.
Cancelar suscripciones a los servicios de emisión de video en continuo es sencillo. Lo difícil es acordarse.
Corrections that appeared in print on Sunday, March 3, 2024.
Israel has no clear plan for governing Gaza. That is a particular problem in the north, where the fighting has ebbed, and where a deadly stampede occurred on Thursday around an aid convoy.
After a national incident was declared in January, officials have been scrambling to address problematically low levels of immunization.
Max Verstappen, piloto de Red Bull, estableció en 2023 el récord de victorias en una temporada: 19 en 22 carreras. Pero muchos creen que, con el reglamento actual, el equipo de Red Bull se verá limitado.
Quotation of the Day for Sunday, March 3, 2024.
At rallies in North Carolina and Virginia, former President Donald J. Trump asserted without evidence that President Biden was urging migrants to enter the country and vote illegally in November.
For nearly an hour, the driver was trapped in a tractor-trailer leaning over the side of a Kentucky bridge until a firefighter lowered on a rope made a daring rescue.
Hoang-Kim Vu’s puzzle grows in elegance from top to bottom.
It was one of four convoys put together by local Palestinian businessmen this week at the behest of Israeli officials, who promised to provide security.
The vice president expects to discuss the urgency of a hostage deal and getting food and supplies to Palestinian civilians with a member of Netanyahu’s war cabinet.
The former president won all 39 delegates against Nikki Haley during the caucus-style event in Grand Rapids.
The move complies with a state law that barred public universities from using government funds for initiatives that promote diversity, equity and inclusion.
On Friday, boat companies began operating in Colombia after a five-day pause, allowing migrants to once again make their way through the notorious jungle terrain and continue toward the U.S. border.
A new poll shows that nearly two in five Democrats say that the president should not be their nominee. But no one who matters to the president seems willing to suggest he step aside.
Fires burning across the plains of Texas, Kansas and Nebraska have hit ranchers hard. Dry, windy weather threatens to make the fires worse.
A New York Times/Siena College poll found President Biden losing support among Latino voters, who now account for nearly 15 percent of eligible voters, a record high.
Tom Bodkin ordered up NYTCheltenham to replace a mélange of typefaces and sharpen the design of the newspaper.
The New York society figure, former interior designer and self-proclaimed “geriatric starlet” made dressing a delight.