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A new exhibition in London draws parallels between contemporary celebrities’ styles and the Georgian era.
Meleana Estes gathered stories from her grandmother and others on the art of making the islands’ traditional garlands.
Explore this perpetually flowering city that is among the unsung cosmopolitan capitals of the Americas.
The stakes are getting higher in fashiontainment. What a flex.
The state awarded a $50 million contract to produce less costly treatments, but moves by major suppliers might undercut the initiative before any new product emerges.
Hospitalizations for pediatric suicidal behavior increased by 163 percent over an 11-year period, an analysis of millions of hospital admissions in the United States found.
Help us understand patterns of American migration.
After intense lobbying by insurers, U.S. health officials say curbs aimed at overbilling by Medicare Advantage will be eased in over 3 years.
What do you think this image is communicating?
Major League Baseball is implementing some of the biggest changes in the sport’s history to make games more fun and action-packed. Will they help bring in younger fans?
The New York Times asked 30 people to share their experiences of homelessness. What can we learn from their stories?
The teenage winner of our Invent a Word challenge suggests a word for distinguishing between human- and machine-generated responses in the era of chatbots.
The virtual assistants had more than a decade to become indispensable. But they were hampered by clunky design and miscalculations, leaving room for chatbots to rise.
The digital version of the SIM card, included on many newer phones, is set to become prevalent. It also offers affordable cellular data abroad.
The company is expected to unveil an augmented reality headset in a few months. Some employees wonder if the device makes sense for Apple.
Investors in the S&P 500 are highly dependent on the fate of Microsoft, Apple and other big technology stocks. A rally in March showed how this can mask turmoil in the rest of the market.
The submarine-size ocean creatures were not always behemoths. Now, a new study has found that the secret to a whale’s size may be in its genes.
New research suggests that awe is beneficial for our physical and mental well-being. In this lesson students will learn how to cultivate more of it.
Scientists isolated a “supergene” that seems to transform raider ants into freeloaders with attributes similar to queens found in other species.
Insects are not legally protected in at least a dozen states. How much should we care?
Whether you embrace the chill or want to flee it, save on your next vacation with these 10 tips for affordable cold-weather travel.
Alpine gear is expensive, but online dealers of used jackets, boots, skis and more are enticing newcomers with bargain prices and promoting recycling in an era of climate change.
Fliers on some airlines can upgrade at a discounted rate to avoid what could be a cramped flight. With some cruise ships and even Amtrak getting in on the act, is bidding up worth it?
Like everything else these days, the cost of a family vacation is rising. With spring break season upon us, here’s how to keep costs under control.
Its racecar had a lot of problems last year, which the team says it has solved.
Max Verstappen and Red Bull will open the 2023 Formula 1 campaign where they ended the last one: as the favorite.
After Red Bull dominated the first weekend of the season, one rival suggested it might win every race. Max Verstappen’s breakdown showed how fast things can change.
It’s time for the honest-to-goodness Final Fours for men and women in college basketball.
Britain and Canada have authorized another round of booster shots for older and immunocompromised citizens. So far, U.S. officials haven’t followed suit.
Esta versión de la naloxona, el fármaco que bloquea el efecto de los opiáceos en el cerebro, puede salvar vidas. Este es el modo de usarlo correctamente.
Following even basic screenings and operations, patients often must arrange for someone to deliver them home. For older people, it can be a tall order.
The Times reviewed 101 studies of medication abortion, spanning continents and decades. All concluded that the pills are a safe method for terminating a pregnancy.