This animated Op-Doc explores the life of Nadezhda Popova, known as Nadia, who became a World War II hero as part of a Soviet all-female bombing regiment.
The country singer talks about her early career and plays a few songs at the Times Center in New York.
Cindy Chupack was not in the holiday spirit when she learned her husband had turned on a snow machine inside their California house.
The New York Times asked students to submit their performances of scenes from Hamlet via Instagram. We received close to 500 submissions. These are some of our favorites.
Mohammed Assaf has become an improbable tale of success for Palestinians across the globe. The 24-year-old is now riding a wave of fame after winning this year s Arab Idol.
The New York Times movie critics on Her, The Past, and Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues.
Cookbook author and pressure-cooking expert Lorna Sass shows Mark Bittman how to make lamb meatballs with a Greek-inspired tomato sauce in under five minutes.
David Netto takes a tour of Paul Fortune s Hollywood home.
Florencio Sanchidri n is said to be one of the world s great cortadors de jam n, or Iberian ham cutters. Cutting ham is not just a profession, but an art, and Mr. Sanchidri n shows how it is done.
A range of free and paid apps monitor data use and alert you when you have used too much.
Nuts have been getting a lot of attention as a dieter s best friend. Despite being loaded with fat and calories, studies show that snacking on nuts can cause you to eat less at meals.
The Shanghai financier Liu Yiqian went from taxi driver to multimillionaire. He is also one of China s most prolific collectors of art.
This Op-Doc video celebrates New York City s taxi drivers through the life of Johnnie Footman, known as Spider, who was the city s oldest cabby.
They can flow like a liquid and bounce back like a solid. Masses of fire ants show a duality that intrigues physicists.
In her return to fiction writing with The Signature of All Things, the author Elizabeth Gilbert found that the process can be familiar yet liberating from the constraints of nonfiction.