In The New York Times Opinion Section, Roger Cohen writes, “The poison of Brexit keeps on giving for the simple reason that it makes no sense.”
Theresa May exits but the Brexit impasse will endure for the simple reason it makes no sense.
Breaking News: At least 9 people were wounded early Saturday morning when gunfire was sprayed into a crowd of people outside a bar in Trenton, officials said.
The victims were hit when bullets were sprayed into a crowd of people outside the bar.
Follow these 9 steps and you’re on your way to smoky nirvana.
Hugely popular in restaurants, this labor-intensive cut has long intimidated home cooks. But follow these nine steps and you’re on your way to smoky nirvana.
A new study found that at colder temperatures, men scored higher than women on verbal and math tests. But as a room grew warmer, women's scores rose significantly.
A new study is the latest skirmish in the “battle of the thermostat.”
In The New York Times Opinion Section, Yuval Noah Harari writes, "The dual nature of power and truth results in the curious fact that we humans know many more truths than any other animal, but we also believe in much more nonsense."
We humans know more truths than any species on earth. Yet we also believe the most falsehoods.
Here's what to cook for the unofficial start of summer.
Here’s what to cook for the unofficial start of summer.
A look back at a decade of our Lens photography column.
A look back at a decade of The New York Times Lens column.
In 2015, New York City agreed to spend $770,000 to fix a playground. Now, just before it’s about to open, the New York City Housing Authority plan to raze it.
To residents, a plan to replace a just-refurbished public area with a new residential tower was another example of the housing authority’s dysfunction.
A new prime minister will have only a few months to try to rebuild the wreckage of Theresa May's deal — and then decide what to do if that fails.
The prime minister’s departure throws Britain into an unpredictable quandary after three years of trying and failing to pull the country out of the European Union.
From Athens to Ithaca, here’s where to stay, eat and drink while journeying through Greece.
From Athens to Ithaca, a guide to journeying through classical antiquity — and enjoying a few modern comforts along the way.
"In a time when much of Europe is racked with a suspicion of my faith as a foreign entity breaching its shores, I’d come to Bosnia to see what a homegrown Muslim community, with 500 years of history rooted in the heart of Europe, might feel like."
More than 20 years after war upended this breathtakingly beautiful land in the Balkans, a writer explores her faith, and the challenges of history.
Mutations in the Pten gene are linked to various kinds of cancer. A common dietary supplement may help restore the gene’s activity, researchers report.
A common dietary supplement may help overcome mutations in the Pten gene. Should patients take it?
36 Hours in Bordeaux, an elegant city that melds its history as a wealthy shipping center with a more recent resurgence in arts and infrastructure.
In the heart of grape-growing country, this riverside city in France is especially appealing to those in the wine-sipping, food-loving crowd.
Parties, readings, concerts, plays, puppet shows, workshops and book clubs: Krumulus, a small bookstore in Germany, has everything a kid could want.
Krumulus, a small bookstore in Germany, has everything a kid could want: parties, readings, concerts, plays, puppet shows, workshops and book clubs.
As mayor, Manuela Carmena cut Madrid’s debt load by nearly half. She often brings her lunch to work in a Tupperware container.
At 75, Mayor Manuela Carmena of Madrid, known as “grandmother,” has confounded doomsayers by almost halving the city’s debt in four years.
President Donald J. Trump will attend the final match of an annual sumo tournament in Tokyo, where he will present a custom-made trophy to the winner.
President Trump plans to attend the final match of an annual tournament in Tokyo, where he will present a custom-made trophy to the winner, drawing international attention to the ancient sport.
For China, a warming Arctic offers 2 big prizes: new sources of energy and a faster shipping route across the top of the world. To that end, the country is cultivating deeper ties with Russia.
In a warming Arctic, China is drilling for gas, testing new shipping lanes and partnering with the region's military powerhouse, Russia.
American Airlines is reducing its $150 fee to check sports equipment like bicycles or surfboards, or musical instruments like a cello.
The airline said many oversized items, which it was charging $150 to check, will now be considered standard baggage and cost only $30.
The Illinois, the Missouri, the Arkansas and the Mississippi Rivers were all at risk of spilling over in the coming days.
The threat of flooding has been relentless along four Midwestern rivers. With more crests coming, residents pile sandbags, watch levees and wait.
In The New York Times Opinion Section, Lawrence Nicholson, a retired lieutenant general, and J. Kael Weston, a former State Department official, write: Pardons for war crimes would be a disservice to our military and undermine our moral standing in the world.
Having experienced combat, we know pardons for war crimes would be a disservice to our military and undermine our moral standing in the world.