Health in Pasadena, CA

There is no guarantee a report on the findings of the special counsel’s investigation will be made public. Here’s what could determine the outcome.

“American Advertising Cookbooks” looks at how big food brands helped shape the American palate.

Federal law prohibits strikes, public servants care about their work and other reasons airports and prisons aren’t in chaos, despite a protracted federal shutdown.

Explore our list of 52 places to go in 2019, selected by New York Times Travel editors.

Now in its fourth week, the shutdown has had wide-ranging effects. Here’s a breakdown of our latest reporting.

With its focus on black cultural contributions across the world, a museum opens amid a heated debate about reclaiming plundered art.

As strange as it may sound, dry eyes can also be watery. Tears are a mixture of oil, mucous, and water. Dry eyes will water if there is not enough oil or mucous in the mixture.

The killing of Kevin Fret, a gay musician with a huge social media following, is only the latest in a series of brazen murders that have plagued Puerto Rico.

Juan Guaidó, the National Assembly president, was briefly held after calling on the armed forces to support his taking power while new elections are held.

Four black men were accused of raping a white woman in Florida in 1949. Two were killed. Two were imprisoned. On Friday, they were pardoned.

Running a full-service restaurant is a lot like running a home—OK, maybe it’s more like running a theme park. As a business owner, you’ve got to track the numbers.Actually, you should be tracking them every day. Most everyone else is.Point-of-sale software provider Toast reported in its Restaurant Success in 2018 survey that 78 percent of restaurants (of 800 surveyed) checked their sales data and metrics daily—that’s a 70 percent increase from its 2015 survey.