As deadly drone attacks by the Islamic State increase, American officials are experimenting with technologies that can destroy the weapons.
Sessions will feature hiking, horsemanship and meditation.
The techniques needed to keep a small boat moving forward are important, but an outrigger canoe instructor on Maui also teaches the ways of the waves.
In a case that pits a gay couple against a Colorado baker, Times readers grappled over the protections of free speech.
A 14-year-old Arizona boy’s terrifying experience underscores that officers should be trained on how to recognize people on the spectrum.
A start-up in Seattle will lend money to home buyers who promise to make a room available for rent continuously for up to three years.
The store-bought box, one of the few dependable food items in a place of scarcity, is tricked out for dinners and fund-raisers by many a “cake lady.”
A Colorado case that pits a gay couple against a baker who refused to serve them will mostly center on the protections of free speech.
She trains in New Zealand and Chile, races in Europe and will compete in the Olympics. To fight fatigue, she naps, jogs and snacks on dried mangoes.
The latest winemakers to settle in the region are bringing new perspectives, fresh energy and heartfelt enthusiasm to the country’s most exciting wine area.
Nick Wingfield, a New York Times technology reporter who writes about Amazon and Microsoft, discusses the tech he’s using.
An influential six-term senator from New Mexico, Mr. Domenici was a plain-spoken master of budget, tax and nuclear power issues.
Increasingly frequent wildfires fed by a warming climate could turn the park’s dense forests into sparser woodlands.
A brick house surrounded by horse farms in Goshen, a waterfront home on Bainbridge Island and a cedar-shake house in Litchfield County.
A brick house surrounded by horse farms in Kentucky, a waterfront home on Bainbridge Island, and a cedar-shake house in Litchfield County.
A fishing expedition was part of a cheap getaway that centered around the states’ spectacular natural beauty — with some quality food in the mix.
The page, posing as an activist group, was one of hundreds of fake accounts Russia used in an information campaign during the election, a revelation that has put Facebook on the defensive.
Months after he said he would not seek a second term, Mr. Murray resigned after five men accused him of sexual abusing them decades ago, when they were underage.
Not everyone loves football, but there’s plenty to like about the N.F.L. cities hosting games this weekend.
The musician’s 1964 hit chronicles the African-American experience in the 20th century. We followed Mr. Berry’s lyrical route to see what had changed.
Let’s skip the nationwide bidding war and cut right to the winner.
Suny Santana, brought to America as a child, was set to open a restaurant when he learned that the government may end his permission to stay.
The Rose City is full of great food, shopping and comedy — all enhanced by a legalized pot-tourism scene.
The fire season was extreme this year in Montana, and it is not over yet. Thousands of people have been evacuated, and two firefighters have died.
Harvey and Irma Schluter are 104 and 92 years old. Never before have two storms bearing their names followed each other.
Dozens of blazes burning across Oregon and Washington have tainted the air and sent ash raining down on urban centers.
A two-time Pro Bowl defensive end reported on Twitter that he was held at gunpoint and handcuffed after the Mayweather-McGregor fight in Las Vegas.
The police are conducting a criminal investigation into the detention of a nurse at the University of Utah Hospital that was captured on video.
The website of the Clyfford Still Museum will publish some 450 paintings and 1,750s drawings by the Abstract Expressionist.
In Colorado, archaeologists have begun excavating two “great houses” in what once was a northern settlement of the ancient Chaco civilization.
A video of the episode showed an extended confrontation between the nurse and a police officer during which she screamed, “Somebody help me!”
When normally stoic scientists start draining the barrel of awful superlatives, it’s time to pay attention.
Keeping a high school football team together is tough, between a Russian Orthodox sect leery of the outside world and the chores of life in an isolated village.
There are two ways to respond to the crisis of voter participation in America. Only one is right.
An important Supreme Court case looms on the rights of noncitizens as the government’s dragnet picks them up at a growing rate.
Days after another missile launch from North Korea, the United States tested its intercepting capabilities off the coast of Hawaii.
A renovated midcentury-modern home in Denver, a 1907 stone house in Philadelphia and a lakeside retreat in Ferrisburgh.
How many Republicans will refuse to collaborate?
Hiking and packrafting for 130 miles over eight days on Kodiak Island connected us to the earth and our collective past.
Work on a huge sandstone slab with fossils of the enigmatic Utahraptor is stalled for lack of money. But the team hopes public support can get it back on track.
He served six terms as sheriff of Maricopa County in Arizona before earning a criminal conviction and a presidential pardon. The Times first mentioned him in 1994.
McGregor, the U.F.C. champ, battled against Mayweather early, but tired in the late rounds and couldn’t withstand the boxer’s late surge in the 10th.
While refugee camps swell with families escaping Islamic fundamentalists and civil war, a 1990 act conveys a favored status on Ukrainians and other applicants from former Soviet areas.
Readers decry the pardon. One calls it “yet another example of Mr. Trump’s scant regard for established processes and protocols.”
Mr. Arpaio, the former Arizona sheriff who built a national reputation for his efforts to hunt and detain undocumented immigrants, had been convicted of criminal contempt.
My ex and I on a cross-country drive to drop off our son at school? Um, no problem.
The Times figures how to cover an event in which the real scorecard might be the amount of revenue generated.
Eight members of a paramilitary Christian sect were arrested on charges of child sexual abuse and other crimes after years of investigation by law enforcement.
With Mr. Andrus leading the way, the Carter administration set aside more than 100 million acres in Alaska for federal protection.
Five Denver public school officials, including the cheerleading coach seen in the video that was made public, were put on leave by the superintendent.
By pardoning an official who showed contempt for a judge, the president would show contempt for American courts.
If the president can immunize government agents who violate constitutional rights, there will be no limit on his power.