What’s it like to comb through 18,000 pages? Eric Lipton, an investigative reporter for The Times, described the tech he uses to help accomplish that task.
A week experiencing the e-scooter craze convinced our columnist that the devices aren’t an urban menace or a harbinger of the apocalypse. (In fact, they are pretty great.)
Even leashed by software nannies, the electric vehicle concept offers an enticing preview of how Porsche will challenge Tesla.
In 1968, feminists threw bras and girdles into a trash can to protest the Miss America pageant for sexism. Now, #MeToo may have finally ushered in a new era.
Delaware quickly took advantage of a Supreme Court decision last month striking down a federal law that largely prohibited sports betting outside of Nevada.
Investors have returned to the safety and growth of the biggest technology stocks.
Mick Mulvaney, the acting chief of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, wants a judge to postpone rules — adopted under his predecessor — that a lawsuit says would gut the industry.
The designer, who died Tuesday, played an important part in the story of American women in fashion and beyond.
Online campaigns are increasingly popular, and families often appreciate strangers’ kindness. But critics worry that it leaves people unprepared for the inevitable.
Eight years after New York City began assigning letter grades, one health inspector says his visits have become routine. But still, “Everyone panics.”