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After setting off a furor that unsettled the markets and his own board, the Tesla chief talks about the pressure he is under and his struggle to cope.
If this be socialism, make the most of it.
A group of top former intelligence and military leaders are sending a message to the nation’s troops and spies: think twice before following the president’s orders in a crisis.
A plan will cover the $55,000 annual tuition for every current and future New York University School of Medicine student, regardless of financial need.
Yes, there is still holiness in the church. But the sin is so pervasive and corrosive that it is irresponsible to talk about anything else.
This silent majority will no longer stand by as the Trump administration tries to destroy a century of bipartisan love of the land.
The president said local politicians “wanted a number so ridiculously high” that he canceled a planned parade that the Pentagon had already postponed.
The Queen of Soul sang the most empowering popular song ever. But even though she was brimming with it, we don’t think of her as an artist with swagger.
Ever been haunted by an online ad for an item you researched or bought? Targeted ads were designed to follow you around everywhere. Here’s how to banish them.
People have been dying for millenniums. Why should there be great surprises now?
What fun is it being president if you can’t use the tools of government to punish your critics?
College-educated women in particular underestimate the demands of parenthood and the difficulties of combining working and parenting, new research shows.
Unwanted calls and spam texts are annoying, but you can do something about them. Here’s how to block and report them so they won’t bother you again.
With hits like “Respect” and “Chain of Fools,” she defined a female archetype: sensual and strong, long-suffering but ultimately indomitable.
Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2001, he projected himself and his organization as the world’s conscience and moral arbiter, despite a series of failures and scandals.
Almond growing in California is a $7.6 billion industry that wouldn’t be possible without the 30 billion bees (and hundreds of human beekeepers) who keep the trees pollinated — and whose very existence is in peril.
That’s why the president revoked my security clearance: to try to silence anyone who would dare challenge him.
Disputes over politics have divided Americans’ homes, strained marriages, ruined friendships and invaded the workplace.
The United Nations Human Rights Committee, a panel of independent experts, on Friday said it had requested that the Brazilian government allow imprisoned former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to exercise his political rights as a presidential candidate.
We tend to forget we are animals, until we become prey.
Researchers say that singing is among the most meaningful activities we share with children.
President Trump is planning an overhaul of climate regulations that lets states set their own rules, according to people who have seen the proposal. Environmentalists say emissions could rise.
Our pernicious double standard on politicians who owe money.
Attendees at a viewing party in Ohio said the film, from the conservative provocateur Dinesh D’Souza, was a confirmation of a worldview they feel is often ridiculed.
The floods have left at least 324 people dead, and hundreds of thousands more have been made homeless.
Don’t just take it from us. Scores of publications from around the country are raising their voices.
About 1,400 of the internet company’s employees have signed a letter demanding transparency, saying censored search results raise “urgent moral and ethical issues.”
Our cutest companions are also some of our messiest. Here’s some help.
The herbicide glyphosate is the world’s most popular weedkiller. There is widespread disagreement among lawyers, researchers and regulators over any potential links to cancer.
Here’s how to fight for a better salary when you loathe uncomfortable conversations.
The move to revoke John Brennan’s security clearance may be the latest sign that the president is determined to punish anyone connected to the Russia investigation.
The president not only violated the former C.I.A. director’s First Amendment rights but also made it harder for the government to draw on his expertise.
The singer, songwriter and pianist’s catalog showcased the range and power of one of the greatest vocalists of all time.
Watch out, the secretary of education is on the loose.
Civil rights advocates are objecting to a proposal to close about 75 percent of polling locations in a predominantly black south Georgia county.
Her rendition of “Natural Woman” in December 2015 was unforgettable. Performers, guests and others who were there talk about the soaring performance.
Digital assistants from Amazon, Apple and Google can only have meager back-and-forth exchanges with us. Listen to how that tells us something about where they’re going in the future.
The local government in an affluent part of England is out of cash, and others may follow. Its former leader blames funding cuts from London.
The way we teach math in America hurts all students, but it may be hurting girls the most.
How the Queen of Soul preached to us all.
How the microbiologist Carl Woese fundamentally changed the way we think about evolution and the origins of life.
The woman, Martha Bishara, was cutting dandelions with a knife when officers asked her to drop it. Her family said she speaks very little English.
Power. Innovation. Identity. Madonna has blended all of these and much more into a singular career in music, fashion, movies and beyond. For her 60th birthday, we assessed her broad and deep influence.
Research shows that talking about failure makes for happier, more productive workers.
“People think that if you overdose on drugs, you either die or you’re O.K., but that’s not true.”
On many matters, Mrs. Trump has directed her East Wing to operate independently of the West Wing, and she is still keeping Washington at a distance.
The actor and his business partner, the visual artist Alexandra Grant, have created X Artists’ Books, an imprint full of esoteric titles.
Let me answer the question many are thinking: Is he crazy?
Crunchy, spicy and quick to make, BLT tacos are a simple after-work dinner, or a brunch you can make while you’re still half-asleep.
In the face of the Pennsylvania abuse scandal, Christians should use their rage to combat evil within the church.
Robert S. Graetz describes the night of the bombing, an attack memorialized in a note handwritten by Mrs. Parks, which now belongs to him.
Family life looks very different across the country, depending when women first give birth.
No one blended the sacred and the sexual quite as she did. It made her the forebear of the likes of Madonna and Beyoncé and Adele.
For the first time in modern history, Republicans are refusing to request a Supreme Court nominee’s relevant papers.
A young director records himself and two skateboarding pals through hard times and painful revelations.
It is in the striving, and also in what we are striving for.
Two American cyclists had a vision of the world, or, at least, what it could be. The men who mowed them down in Tajikistan had a starkly different one.
Yoking her formidable vocal powers to a brilliant sense of self-presentation, Ms. Franklin made herself a model of empowerment and pride.
Fentanyl is a big culprit, but there are also encouraging signs from states that have prioritized public health campaigns and addiction treatment.