This graduation season, The New York Times talked with seniors across the country who are not headed to college about their plans, hopes and dreams.
The "SNL" star gets real about her hair, her trolls, her comedy, and her future as she prepares for one of her biggest jobs yet: hosting the 2017 BET Awards.
Those who strongly voiced their support of Trump both during and following the election now fear adult industry reprisals.
This went down at Six Flags Great Escape in upstate New York. Sure, this didn't make for a normal, fun day at the park — but at least these onlookers were there to catch this girl and escort her to safety.
"The Trooper" isn't just the name of the song this Dallas-area saxophonist is playing. After this blazing hot performance, it's also his new nickname.
Our fear of nuclear conflict has more to do with Iron Man and Godzilla than it does Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un.
Esther Perel has been giving relationship advice for decades, but now the renowned Belgian psychotherapist is reaching new audiences with an unprecedented intimate approach.
Thompson's Golden State Warriors may have just run away with their second NBA title in three years, but he still can't take anything for granted.
From "GLOW" star Betty Gilpin: "I won’t name names, but sometimes a TV set can be a shame-and-fear obstacle course for an actress."
Apparently, this happened when Ed Sheeran was a relatively unknown artist and had no place to stay in Los Angeles.
If you’re (already) tired of living in the humid hellscape that is your air conditionless home, invest in an A/C unit. Because no, those extra fans are not going to cut it.
President Donald Trump's proposal to build a sunshine-powered wall bordering Mexico, trotted out in public for the first time this week, strikes solar experts as kinda nuts.
To stop the company from scamming other people, he designed a script that called the scammers 28 times a second.
While the NRA was silent, the verdict — and the release of a police video — drew outrage and fear among black gun owners.
Gyms and other secular communities are starting to fill spiritual and social needs for many nonreligious people.
A small-clawed otter in Japan looks like it is having the best of times playing towel gymnastics tricks with its trainer.
Cities are under assault in the age of Donald Trump. It would be better for the country if they ran themselves instead.
When they reach the end of their life, many airplanes are sent to this field in the English countryside — not just to die, but to be reborn. Retired aircraft hold surprisingly valuable parts, and sometimes you can find some unusual lost property too.
North Carolina is the one state where the law explicitly says you cannot revoke consent once it's given. A bill that would remove this "unacceptable loophole" has little traction.
Every day satellites are zooming through space, snapping incredible pictures of Earth, the solar system, and outer space. Here are the highlights from this week.
There's been a long, ongoing debate about whether olive oil is good for you or not, but it's hard not to be on #TeamOliveOil after watching this video.
Around 15% of the population can be classified as "awkward," but the good news is that there's actually an upside to not being blessed with social graces.
Okay, obviously Brad Bird and Pixar's classic animated superhero flick starts at the beginning, but the super family dynamic that keeps the movie's engine roaring doesn't start firing until one pivotal scene right around the halfway mark.