Steven T. Miller, the acting I.R.S. commissioner who has resigned, called the agency s actions obnoxious, but told the House Ways and Means Committee they were not motivated by partisanship.
Juke joints, the Blues Highway and the Deep South.
The city of New York is investing $140 million to restore Rockaway Beach. But will the beaches be open by Memorial Day?
In this week's episode, A. O. Scott and David Carr talk about villains in the movies. Scary, huh?
Melissa Clark shows how to make a sweet and salty snack, perfect for pairing with a cocktail.
A focus of fashion is the length of the leg, seen in tights or just bare.
In the wake of the Rana Plaza building collapse, Kalpona Akter, the executive director of the Bangladesh Center for Worker Solidarity, talks about conditions in garment factories.
Executive producer Joel Fields talks wigs, compasses and spy craft, and how the real life arrest of American in Russia looks a lot like the espionage portrayed on television show The Americans.
Regis High School student Lyle Li reads from his college application essay about the hard work of his immigrant parents to secure a better education and a better life for him.
The New York Times critics on Frances Ha, Augustine and Star Trek: Into Darkness.
At a news conference with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey on Thursday, President Obama called on Congress to work with his administration to prevent another incident like Benghazi. (NBC)
The Times's Brian Stelter decodes why television networks are trying to broaden their offerings.
Noah Baumbach, the director of Frances Ha, narrates a scene featuring Greta Gerwig, Mickey Sumner and Adam Driver.
During a rainy press conference at the Rose Garden, President Obama addressed the scandal of the I.R.S. specifically targeting conservative groups applying for tax-exempt status.
William C. Rhoden of The Times talks with the Knicks coach Mike Woodson about Game 5 an elimination game for the Knicks against the Pacers on Thursday.