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I loved my baby, and I always will.
Trump and “his people” reach deep into the violent history of public spectacle in America.
Series and films depicting abortion in a matter-of-fact way have markedly increased, a scholar finds. Writers say they’re showing what they know.
Here is a practical lexicon that helps to describe the elusive characteristics of wine, without eliciting eye rolls and forehead slaps.
Marguerite Henry, the author of “Misty of Chincoteague,” stoked the horse-mad dreams of millions, including a writer who went to the event Henry immortalized.
Our critics discuss the 50 best memoirs of the past 50 years.
Part of growing up is learning that the safest place you know in the world has never been safe at all.
The two giant states have set some of the world's most ambitious climate targets, aiming to slash emissions close to zero in just decades.
N.B.A. players have always been the stars, but today they are also de facto executives, basically deciding whether a contract is actually a contract.
Colonial-era homes line the streets of The Point in Newport, R.I. Climate change is forcing experts to reimagine the future of historic preservation here.
Váyalo Cocina currently serves the only Venezuelan food at the Brooklyn food market, where acceptance can lead to a brick-and-mortar restaurant.
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.
Zosia Mamet reads an essay about a boyfriend who goes missing.
Reading my grandfather’s accounts of World War II, 75 years later.
They roasted hot dogs on the pavement and cracked open champagne from a warming fridge. “I loved the darkness,” one said.
India will launch an unmanned rover into space on Monday. If successful, the country will join a select group of nations capable of reaching the moon.
It was never about busing. Where are all the Bob Ross paintings? Aziz Ansari speaks. Visiting the Oracle of Delphi. And more.
On Kamala Harris, Joe Biden and what’s really wrong with our schools and our country.
They all have to make hard choices about immigration. That doesn’t justify Donald Trump’s approach.
The best therapists for silly human problems don’t say a word.
The plus-size model found a devoted follower in Brian Keys (and the man of her dreams).
Beach books are the cool aunts of the literary world: They drive with the top down and take you to new places. They’re memorable, challenging, warm and wise.
Here’s what you need to know.
Tokyo has moved to limit exports of chemicals to big chip makers like Samsung, citing vague national security concerns. Seoul says a political dispute is the real reason.
He told them to “go back” to the countries they came from, though only one was born outside the U.S. The insult was was widely established as a racist trope.
The Citroën 2CV seemed like the perfect car for a road trip through the Cévennes region. And in its own slow, cranky way, it was.
To survive the climate emergency, India needs the collective power of small-scale, nature-based efforts.
It is undeniably true that America’s president opposes diversity.
Pete Buttigieg’s life in the closet. Jeffrey Epstein’s powerful friends. Finding bliss in a blackout. And more.
Novak Djokovic came prepared to face the pro-Federer frenzy. He got the last word anyway: the victory.
It’s a fine line between jaunty and annoying.
New York’s “back yard” has long been known for free outdoor performances. Critics say OZY Fest, which will take over the public space for two days, is a break with that tradition.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
President Trump is only the latest to propose returning to the moon and then heading to Mars. But he faces the burdens of history to accomplish what his predecessors could not.
A dark-horse presidential candidate, Pete Buttigieg is trying to stay on track.
Several New York lawmakers will face progressive hopefuls.
The Hall of Famer’s autographed ball sells for $699 at the gift shop. But there is another on display that is priceless.