The Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and some high school friends described themselves in a yearbook as “Renate” alumni. The woman they were referring to is furious.
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The event, which includes 42 shows as well as talks and films, is more focused on French productions this year, many in a somber mood.
Kavanaugh and our rotten ruling class.
High school girls said they recognized the way Mr. Kavanaugh’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, was being criticized for speaking out.
I understand why a woman would wait years to disclose a sexual assault.
Mr. Rosenstein talked last year about invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the president and secretly taping him. Those conversations were revealed last week.
Trained as an educator, Ms. Nelson spent 40 years performing music from across the African diaspora as the leader of Women of the Calabash.
It’s not just the Kavanaugh mess. Over the long term, the court risks a crisis of legitimacy.
A clip used to repair damaged heart valves sharply reduced deaths among patients with a grim prognosis.
There I was, driving through a parched landscape on a pilgrimage to watch a single flower bloom. Why?
More than ever, female artists are breaking sales records and being recognized for their role in important art movements.
Two university professors, 27 years apart, face the gauntlet to tell their searing stories about conservatives headed to the high court.
Sexual assault is excused as normal and forgivable. It’s not. Ask the women who’ve experienced it.
Here is the terrible beauty of being in love: that you will know things together that no one else will know, events that exist only in the commingling and exchange of memories.
Researchers should embrace negative results instead of accentuating the positive, which is one of several biases that can lead to bad science.
On television and in print, Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh on Monday began a remarkable campaign to defend his nomination to the Supreme Court, even as new accusations emerged.
The key Republican said she is troubled by Christine Blasey Ford’s story: “It is about whether or not a woman who has been a victim at some point in her life is to be believed.”
Parents of first-year college students in China live in tents on campus to make goodbyes easier. Critics say they are pampering a generation of only children.
Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, Instagram’s co-founders, resigned from the photo app on Monday. Their exits add to the challenges facing Facebook, which owns the app.
Republicans aren’t even trying to run on their policies.
Starting schools before 8:30 a.m. shows a tragic disregard for both the mental health of children and for science.
He has promised money for schools. There are several grass-roots efforts to spread the Montessori method that could really use some.
With the Mets out of playoff contention for months, the broadcast trio has been the main reason for fans to keep watching.
The three pillars of the ideology — isolationism, protectionism and restricting immigration — were gaining popularity before Donald Trump became president and may outlast his tenure.
Representative Scott Taylor, whose campaign has been rocked by a petition scandal, joins a handful of other Republicans facing accusations of misconduct and unexpectedly close races.
Denying green cards or visas to those on Medicaid or food stamps will only cost the United States more later.
Donald Trump’s chronic dishonesty threatens to infect his entire administration.
Mr. Cosby was convicted in April of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand, a woman he had mentored.
Revelations about Brett Kavanaugh and Rod Rosenstein got the week started on a tumultuous note. Where are we headed now?
Lessons from Jane Brody’s brother: Having all the right cholesterol numbers and staying active is no guarantee your coronary arteries are in great shape.
In 1983, Sally and Bennett Shaywitz began studying the reading skills of more than 400 children. The subjects are in their 40s now, and the Shaywitzes are still tracking them.
Outsourcing this responsibility to female aides or an outside female lawyer because of bad optics is sexist and cowardly.
It’s easier than you think!
Show up on people’s doorsteps, and the recipe is simple: listen and offer compelling solutions and information that’s new to them that they can connect with their lives.
Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh has calendars from the summer of 1982 that do not show a party consistent with the allegation against him. But his team acknowledges they do not disprove the accusation.
Dennis Follensbee has climbed through New Hampshire’s White Mountains trying to find somewhere — anywhere — that is quiet. He is not alone in his quest.
She said Mr. Cosby, 81, had a personality disorder that drove him to seek sex with nonconsenting partners, a depiction that the defense challenged.
He was a New Jersey native enthralled by California. “The light had such physical presence; it looked as though you could lean against it,” he said.
Women are organizing a social media campaign and street protests to voice anger at Jair Bolsonaro, the far-right candidate known for sexist comments.
The president disparaged a woman who accused Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh of exposing himself to her, saying she was “all messed up” and “drunk” at the time.
The giant retailer will begin requiring lettuce and spinach suppliers to contribute to a blockchain database that can rapidly pinpoint contamination.
As technologies threaten to displace service workers, unions are making job protection and new opportunities a priority in contract talks.
Donald Trump is the one who is pushing back against the new nation that’s struggling to be born.
By dosing the tentacled creatures with MDMA, researchers found they share parts of an ancient messaging system involved in social behaviors with humans.
Some details on the agreement still needed to be finalized, but her lawyers said those would not impede her testifying Thursday on her accusation of sexual assault.
Authorities keep arresting people said to be bosses of wildlife trafficking, but that isn’t making a dent in the problem.
With a new genetic tool, scientists move a step closer to eradicating mosquitoes and the deadly diseases they carry.
He was a dirty trickster for Czechoslovakia during the Cold War. Then he defected to the West and taught the perils of propaganda to journalism students.
The last of three sisters who inherited the venerable Lower East Side appetizing store Russ & Daughters, a temple of lox, herring and so much more.
Arkansas is the first state to test it, and thousands have been kicked off the program.
Students defrauded by for-profit schools can expect no help from the Education Secretary. But a federal court ruling offers some hope.
Trial and error prevailed in a German woman’s kitchen. And when she got the system she wanted, she put her name on it.
A top presidential candidate defends the military dictatorship that governed Brazil from 1964 to 1985. And he has an appealing formula for a troubled country: simple solutions to complex problems.
Restoration Hardware seemed doomed. Now, it’s a vast and booming bricks and mortar empire. What gives?
The province of Südtirol is a place of legends, jagged peaks, changing skies and a famous ancient iceman.
While much attention has focused on Puerto Rico’s slow recovery from Hurricanes Maria and Irma, other islands have also struggled. The British Virgin Islands were among the worst hit.
Though it appears destructive, fire in the New Jersey Pinelands is a force of renewal.
For two years, Americans have tried to absorb the details of the 2016 attack: spies, leaked emails, social media fraud — and President Trump’s claims that it’s all a hoax. The Times explores what we know and what it means.
A new hashtag has survivors of sexual abuse answering the question: Why didn’t you say something sooner?
If your past feels bigger than whatever you can imagine in your future, it’s not a healthy sign. A single, focused question can help reframe things.