1. Impeachment Briefing: House Committee Approves Articles U.S., Yesterday

    The party-line vote set the stage for the full House to take up impeachment next week.

  2. Nature’s Best Poetry of 2019: Clouds Arts, Yesterday

    Every day, members of the Cloud Appreciation Society post photos of the sky from around the world. This is why they stop to look up.

  3. How We Made Images of Methane, an Invisible Gas Reader Center, Yesterday

    We went to one of the world’s biggest oil fields with an infrared camera to find out what’s leaking into the sky.

  4. An Interiors Photographer Shares His Favorite Images of the Decade T Magazine, Yesterday

    Simon Watson has spent the past 10 years capturing exquisite homes, from Indian palaces to Irish townhouses, including his own.

  5. The T List: What to Try, Read and Know About This Week T Magazine, December 12

    Glittery eyes, a classic Nan Goldin book and more ideas from the editors of T Magazine.

  6. Snapshots of My Patients Well, December 12

    Thumbnail images in electronic health records provide insights into the patients we care for.

  7. 2019 in Pictures The Learning Network, December 12

    What do you think were the most memorable moments of the year?

  8. JR’s Street Gallery Comes Indoors Arts, December 11

    At the Brooklyn Museum, his pictures skim the surface of social problems. It can be a frustratingly reductive vision of world peace. “I think being naïve is what has helped me the most,” he says.

  9. From 500,000 Photos to 116: How Our Editors Distill the Year in Pictures Reader Center, December 11

    A painstaking selection process ensures that The Times’s annual visual review highlights the biggest news events and strongest images.

  10. Letter of Recommendation: 3D Without Glasses Magazine, December 11

    You can teach yourself to see stereo photographs without a special viewer. This turns out to be good practice for making sense of a complex world.

  11. The Year in Pictures 2019 Interactive, December 11

    Sifting through images of conflict, triumph and catastrophe from around the world, our editors chose photos to represent the year.

  12. Biased Algorithms Are Easier to Fix Than Biased People Business, December 6

    Racial discrimination by algorithms or by people is harmful — but that’s where the similarities end.

  13. The Personal Toll of Photographing a Story About Euthanasia Reader Center, December 5

    I spent nearly three years photographing the Paralympic athlete Marieke Vervoort as she prepared to die by choice. It became one of the most emotional assignments — and friendships — of my life.

  14. Times Critics’ Top Art Books of 2019 Arts, December 5

    The Times’s art critics select 26 of their favorite art books and books related to art of the year.

  15. Raeanne Rubenstein, Versatile Celebrity Photographer, Dies at 74 Arts, December 5

    She had a knack for capturing her subjects, whether Andy Warhol in New York or Dolly Parton in Nashville, in ways that caught their essence.

  16. Venezuelans’ Struggle to Survive, Told in Pictures Opinion, December 4

    Residents in the nation’s slums suffer with the economy’s collapse.

  17. New York Art Galleries: What to See Right Now Arts, December 4

    Alina Szapocznikow’s bits of body; Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg’s triggering Claymation; Sonya Kelliher-Combs’s poignant picturing of abuse; and Amy Brener’s urethane goddesses.

  18. From Camera Roll to Canvas: Make Art From Your Photos Technology, December 4

    Several apps transform a memorable portrait or vacation shot into a “painting” suitable for hanging over the couch or sharing this holiday season.

  19. How Today’s Queer Artists Are Revising History T Magazine, December 4

    By revisiting and refuting the cultural history of the West, this group is using time as its primary medium, looking backward to inform a different kind of gay future.

  20. January Slideshow, December 2

    A new year powers in with congresswomen, a polar vortex and protests.

  21. A Photographer Who Tours With Beyoncé and Jay-Z Style, November 30

    Raven B. Varona has also shot Kanye West, Cardi B and J. Lo.

  22. Visiting Broadway After Dark Theater, November 29

    We sent four photographers to capture scenes beyond the stage in the theater district. Here’s what they saw.

  23. September Slideshow, November 27

    Fires in the Amazon, a hurricane in the Bahamas and dueling Brexit rallies in Britain.

  24. July Slideshow, November 27

    Political fireworks, a World Cup victory and a heat wave in Europe.

  25. Evelyne Daitz Dies at 83; Ran a Vital Photography Gallery Arts, November 27

    She took over the Witkin in Manhattan after the death of its founder and kept it going for 15 years.

  26. A Big Screen to Sift Through Recruits Technology, November 27

    Many people joining the newsroom are digitally savvy and helping media with a digital transition, says Theodore Kim, who runs fellowships and internships.

  27. Holiday Books Interactive, November 26

    The latest books to give — and keep for yourself! — this season.

  28. From High-End Fashion to Late-Night Voyeurism: The Year in Photography Books Interactive, November 26

    Luc Sante’s roundup includes Richard Avedon, Cindy Sherman, Francesca Woodman and Kohei Yoshiyuki.

  29. Holiday Books Interactive, November 26

    The latest books to give — and keep for yourself! — this season.

  30. May Slideshow, November 22

    A Trump administration battle, life rising from the ruins and a look to the future.

  31. Will Instagram Ever ‘Free the Nipple’? Arts, November 22

    For years, artists have put pressure on Facebook and Instagram to treat female and male nipples equally, but such a change may be too radical for Silicon Valley.

  32. Will Instagram Ever ‘Free the Nipple’? Arts, November 22

    For years, artists have put pressure on Facebook and Instagram to treat female and male nipples equally, but such a change may be too radical for Silicon Valley.

  33. Respect the Hustle of Soda Can Raccoon and Murder Cat New York, November 20

    Pizza Rat is not the only resourceful city critter. A look at the endlessly entertaining (and slightly dangerous) world of urban wildlife.

  34. Terry O’Neill, Photographer of the Famous, Is Dead at 81 Arts, November 18

    On an early assignment he shot a new group called the Beatles. He went on to photograph, among many others, Faye Dunaway — whom he later married.

  35. The World of Dance in Letters, Locations and Clothes Books, November 18

    Three new visual books reveal dancers past and present in intimate moments.

  36. On Roy DeCarava’s Centennial, Two Photo Books Document His Legacy Books, November 18

    “Light Break” and “The Sound I Saw” capture the full scope of the 20th-Century Harlem photographer’s career.

  37. Behind the Instant-Classic Angry Kitty on This Week’s Times Magazine Cover Reader Center, November 16

    The special tech issue’s cover, and eight stories inside, are accompanied by playful photo illustrations by the artists Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari.

  38. ‘Your Face Is Burning.’ How It Feels to Photograph Australia’s Fires World, November 14

    As bushfires swept Australia’s east coast on Tuesday, our photographer shot residents and firefighters close to the blaze.

  39. These Artists Refuse to Forget the Wars in Iraq Arts, November 14

    A powerful new show at MoMA PS1, featuring artists from the U.S. and the Persian Gulf, revisits two conflicts most Americans have tuned out.