Some background on how video plays a big role in the propaganda strategy of the militant group the Islamic State.
With thousands of bridges in New York State deemed structurally deficient, there are two choices: repair or rebuild. The 60-year-old Tappan Zee Bridge and the Brooklyn Bridge are the latest examples.
We go backstage at New York s Metropolitan Opera, as singers, musicians, wig makers, scenic artists and others race to be ready for the big season opening on Sept. 22.
For Week 3, fantasy football players may want to watch out for the Broncos Emmanuel Sanders, who should draw most of cornerback Richard Sherman s attention in this Super Bowl rematch.
The New York Times film critics review A Walk Among the Tombstones, Tracks and This is Where I Leave You.
Students asked the former president wide-ranging questions during his annual town hall meeting with freshmen at Emory University in Atlanta.
With the United States sending 3,000 military personnel to fight Ebola, the challenges ahead for the mission and how it will differ from the effort after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
Centuries of mining have left a sinkhole at the summit of Bolivia s famed Cerro Rico. Miners fear a collapse but also worry that the government will shut down the mine.
As we head into election season, Kit Eaton reviews three apps that will help you stay on top of news, analysis, and when politicians are using double-speak to make their points.
Michele Raffin has hundreds of birds in her California backyard, also known as Pandemonium Aviaries, where she cares for talkative parrots and is breeding endangered pigeons.
With its endless trails, hidden nooks, museums and nearby night spots, Central Park is that rare tourist destination that is also a pleasure ground for locals.
Amanda Majeski, a soprano who is making her Metropolitan Opera debut on Sept. 22 as Countess Almaviva in Mozart s Le Nozze di Figaro, talks about how she landed the role at short notice.
In the week ahead of a historic referendum on Scottish independence, campaigners from both sides took to the streets to sway the vote, which could break a three-century-old union.
Despite the success of the Affordable Care Act in Kentucky, state Democrats are having a hard time winning over even those Republicans who admit they are benefiting from the law.
Rich, homemade ricotta that s done in an hour, courtesy of Mark Bittman.
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