While hardly as mainstream as walking the red carpet with kink-adjacent accouterments, dressing up doggy style has become more visible in San Francisco and beyond.
Feral felines are driving the country's native species to extinction. Now a massive culling is underway to preserve what's left of the wild.
President Trump is overwhelmingly popular with his base, but a handful of dissident Republicans think they know how to defeat him in a primary contest. Are they wrong?
To understand why Robert Durst, the peculiar real estate scion long suspected in several murders, is now charged with killing his close friend Susan Berman 19 years ago, look no further than the 2015 HBO documentary about his life.
There was a time when New York City had the gateway it deserved.
Imagining yourself in a book club with Pete Buttigieg became this election's having a beer with George W. Bush.
For thousands of women, working at the nation's largest jewelry retailer meant unequal pay, harassment or worse.
Presidential hopefuls are trying to tap into the energy of millennial and Generation Z voters by promoting progressive issues that are animating them.
The seed of rebellion was planted in classrooms. It grew in kitchens and living rooms, in conversations between students and their parents.
For years, a subculture of teenage hobbyhorse enthusiasts flourished under the radar. Now the craze is a national export and a celebration of girlhood.
The president's longtime fixer had, for months, sought "a little loving and respect." Confidential emails and texts chronicle their momentous falling out.
A series of coordinated bombings ripped across Sri Lanka on Sunday, striking hotels and churches, killing more than 200 people and shattering the relative calm that the war-torn nation had enjoyed in recent years.
How a designer known for sex and excess became a devoted family man — and C.F.D.A. chief!
Women at the Salk Institute say they faced a culture of marginalization and hostility. The numbers from other elite scientific institutions suggest they're not alone.
The New York Times asked all 18 declared Democratic presidential candidates for their views on a number of policy options related to climate change.
A right-wing militia group operating in southern New Mexico has begun stopping groups of migrant families and detaining them at gunpoint before handing them over to Border Patrol agents, raising tension over the tactics of armed vigilantes along the border between the United States and Mexico.
The Silicon Valley food-drink of choice is now a "complete nutrition platform." The beverage plot thickens.
Among the immediate questions once the report is public will be how faithfully Attorney General William P. Barr reflected its conclusions in a March 24 letter to Congress.
"Some days I feel like a young man, and some days not," Ryan Miller said. What it’s like to visit a former football player trying to recover from head trauma.
As glaciers shrink, the melting is disrupting habitats for everything from bacteria to fish. Scientists are racing to understand the changes.