The comic strip's lessons about unrequited love and self-acceptance.
In "Life and Death in Rikers Island," a former medical officer for the city's Correctional Health Services recounts the island's culture of brutality and abuse.
How long can a whale fall endure before it disappears?
Physicists used to search for the smallest components of the universe. What if that's not the point?
The mental space feels different when you work with paper. It is quieter. A momentum builds up, a spell between page and hand and eye.
According to a senior law-enforcement official, the tape shows Kelly sexually assaulting an underage girl.
In our current era — particularly during the Presidency of Donald Trump — knowledge, once a way of representing the world, has become a way to control it.
The video game's new expansion pack, which allows game characters to get famous on social media, seems to be making fun of someone.
Dudleya farinosa (stage name: Powdery Liveforever), a wild roseate plant with silvery, pink-tipped leaves and a spectacular yellow-flowered stalk, which thrives on California’s coastal bluffs, has become the It Plant for succulent thieves.
Inside a plot to influence American elections, starting with one small-town race.
As two midwinter New York concerts made plain, early-music performers have ventured beyond the repertory's familiar names.
After witnessing a bombing in Iraq, the Army Reserves veteran and newspaper columnist decided to work through her PTSD in the fields of the Panhandle.
Why the mismatched operatives matter to Trump — and to the Mueller investigation.
She dropped out of Yale to live with J.D. Salinger, then was spurned for writing about their affair. Four and a half decades later, she is back at college. Have attitudes changed?
Paula Green, the founder of Hands Across the Hills, says that, if Americans — liberals and Trump voters alike — learn to listen to each other, it will help heal society.
A burglary crew in North Carolina stole more than 200 firearms from gun dealers. At least 68 of the guns were involved in crimes. The New Yorker traced each one.
Cheap and simple medical devices could improve performance and lower health-care costs, but first they have to overcome deeply rooted biases.
Dan Mallory, who writes under the name A. J. Finn, went to No. 1 with his début thriller, "The Woman in the Window." His life contains even stranger twists.
From death metal to throat singing to alpine yodelling, the experimental group is changing what it means to harmonize.
The snacks alone used to keep me semi-excited about the Super Bowl, until I realized that I don't actually need the excuse of a football game to eat hot wings and Frito pie.