As summer trips beckon, some are traveling less, at least by car. And those candy bars at the convenience store may find fewer takers.
Across the country, local governments are accelerating their efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions, in some cases bridging partisan divides. Their role will become increasingly important.
Going into the Fourth of July weekend, with nearly 13 million people expected to fly on U.S. carriers, we look at the numbers behind the delays and cancellations and see what lessons can be learned.
Thirteen members of the Mariupol Drama Theater have reconvened in western Ukraine where they are rehearsing a new play about a Ukrainian dissident who died in a Russian prison camp in the 1980s.
What will happen in the midterms? How are state-by-state battles unfolding? What about the Supreme Court’s legitimacy? We spoke with Kate Zernike, a Times reporter who has been covering the abortion debate.
Long Hollywood’s leading innovator, the streaming service is staying the course, despite serious challenges to its business and questions about its content.
Since New York’s eviction moratorium ended in January, tenants and their landlords are returning to housing court.
Gripped by anger and despair, Democrats may not want to celebrate this country. But they need patriotism in order to save American democracy.
It, too, can be checked and balanced.
And other questions about gun regulations then and now.