When New Jersey began allowing same-sex marriages, Christine Newman and Eileen Bruns gave themselves six weeks to plan a wedding. The couple met at Catholic school and have been together 23 years.
Building on the phenomenal popularity of Korean pop music and soap operas among women in their 20s and 30s, Broadway and Korean producers are turning Seoul into a boomtown for American musicals.
Fender is the world s largest manufacturer of guitars. But the recession, inexpensive manufacturers and the shift toward synthesizers and drum machines have threatened Fender s profit margins.
Need to crawl over boulders and tow a 7,000-pound boat before heading to the opera? The 2014 Lexus LX 570 might be your tool. Understand the inefficiencies before writing the big check though.
It was just a quarter-century ago that Wall Street was shaken to its core by the October 19, 1987, stock market crash. The Dow Jones industrial average lost 23 percent of its value.
Near Nelson Mandela s former home, South Africans mourn the late leader and remember his legacy as a freedom fighter.
The Times critic A. O. Scott reviews 'Inside Llewyn Davis.'
The senator from New York talks about how her grandmother inspired her to enter politics, and the way women work together in the Senate.
The future of South African politics may depend on the generation born after Mandela.
The Times critic Stephen Holden reviews Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
The Times critic Manohla Dargis reviews 'Out of the Furnace.'
The Times critic Nicolas Rapold reviews 'Lenny Cooke.'
As President Obama seeks common ground with Republicans, The Times s Sam Tanenhaus looks at major deals Democratic presidents and conservative legislators have reached.
The cutting edge of fashion is definitely reflected in the young men experimenting with new technologies in fabrics and daring cuts and colors.
An animated look at the best books of the year, chosen by the editors of The New York Times Book Review.