Weeks before the Trump administration ended, Jared Kushner and Steven Mnuchin met with future investors on official trips to the Middle East.
Voters rejected the deny-and-delay approach that has made Australia a global laggard on emission cuts. But how far the new government will go remains to be seen.
Heavy rains have washed away towns, villages and infrastructure, as extreme weather events become more common in South Asia.
Lucy Calkins, a leading literacy expert, has rewritten her curriculum to include a fuller embrace of phonics and the science of reading. Critics may not be appeased.
The Times reveals how Haiti became the poorest country in the Americas.
V.R. treatments may provide relief similar to intravenous opioids — a tantalizing prospect for the millions of Americans living with chronic pain.
It’s unclear what the actor Frank Langella did on his Netflix show. But firings like his can raise complicated questions.
I left with a full stomach but a heavy heart.
Even as his beliefs on abortion shaped global policy, he was never entirely at peace with the issue.
A particularly fearsome unit of Moscow’s invading army arrived in the Kyiv suburb in mid-March. The soldiers’ reputation preceded them.
The puzzling coronavirus cases highlight ongoing surveillance challenges and blind spots.
Baseball is full of traditions and superstitions. For numerous players, a heavy dose of cologne or women’s perfume is the unlikeliest of performance enhancers.
Mr. Brooks, a hard-right representative, seems to be making an unlikely comeback in a Senate race in which the Trump endorsement may not determine votes of Trump supporters.
Brian Kemp, the incumbent governor, is at the top of the former president’s enemies list. But to many Georgia Republicans, he is ‘one of us.’
The West needs to prepare options for how we would respond militarily and economically to a seismic shift in the global geopolitical terrain.
Traumatized by war and sexual assaults, some U.S. veterans and veterans’ spouses are seeking help in a Mexican clinic that treats depression and addiction with potent hallucinogens like toad poison.
The opposition Labor Party ended nine years of conservative government in Australia, as the prime minister conceded defeat.
David Perdue challenged Gov. Brian Kemp because of Donald Trump’s fury over his 2020 loss. Thoroughly outflanked and failing to gain traction, he is now staring down defeat.
Patriarch Kirill I has provided spiritual cover for the invasion of Ukraine, reaping vast resources for his church in return. Now, in an extraordinary step, the E.U. is threatening him with sanctions.
The militant group in charge of the country is aggressively enforcing a decree requiring coverings from head to toe and crushing rare public protests against the order.
The deaths were reported in a mobile home park on the outskirts of Gaylord, where crews continued to search the wreckage on Saturday.
Student loan debt is an albatross around the Democrats’ neck.
President Biden said he would consider expanding joint military exercises that were scaled back during the Trump administration.
There is no universal definition of the complex condition, but clues about causes and potential treatments are beginning to emerge.
These pandemic deaths are still uncounted.
Mutual complaint can be stabilizing.
Reading it gives the killer the last word.
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that Lisa French had never agreed to pay the full price when she signed service agreements with a hospital.
In 1791, enslaved Haitians ousted the French and founded a nation. But France made generations of Haitians pay for their freedom. How much it cost them was a mystery, until now.
Plundering our attention and poisoning us with lies.
When socializing is stressful, rule-bound role-playing games can offer some relief.
What do we want from the books we take with us when we travel? They can be a destination, a guide — or the tether that restores us to ourselves.
George P. Bush is running to unseat the incumbent attorney general. His family, once powerful in Texas, has become an albatross as well as an asset.
The role-playing game has never been more popular, and players seem to be getting more out of it than ever before.
Millions of Americans take aspirin to prevent a first heart attack or stroke. Now, doctors are advising against it — especially for people over 70.
A book for “White Lotus” fans, a coming-of-age story in the Canary Islands, Werner Herzog’s debut novel (yes, it’s grim) and more.
A primary for the new Seventh District, outside Atlanta, is forcing two popular incumbents, Lucy McBath and Carolyn Bourdeaux, to do battle.
Just five years after he performed as Michael Jackson at a high school talent show, Myles Frost is making his debut in a Broadway musical about the King of Pop.
Some claim the corset-like garments help wearers slim their midsections. Here’s what the experts say.
Arconic runs a huge Russian metal plant, bought in an era of cooperation between the U.S. and Russia. Now it is struggling, after years of increasing Russian military aggression.
Whatever you think of the actress, what we are watching is a good old-fashioned public pillorying — only difference is that memes have replaced the stones.
Morton discusses his first work of nonfiction, and Rachel Careau talks about translating “Chéri” and “The End of Chéri,” by Colette.
The requirement to test for Covid before flying to the United States is hated by many travelers and the U.S. travel industry. But the government shows no sign of getting rid of it.
Corporate climate pledges are everywhere. Some are solid, others definitely are not.
Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.
Doug Lockwood and Linda Murphy met in 2019 as members of a support group for people who had lost longtime spouses. A year later came a series of walks that eventually led them to the altar.
The campaigns of Dr. Mehmet Oz and David McCormick are preparing for the possibility of a bruising recount in a state where memories of Trump-fueled chaos in 2020 are still fresh.
Roe v. Wade was never expected to be the case that made history.
“It’s the same thing that goes wrong if you’re going to ask actors to play in the N.B.A. or the N.F.L.,” Bill Simmons says. “It’s a little unrealistic.”
Have you been in the position of supporting or objecting to a woman’s decision to end a pregnancy?