The company reported that its vaccine was 90.7 percent effective in preventing symptomatic Covid-19 in children ages 5 to 11. Here’s the latest.
The company reported that a lower dose of the vaccine was 90.7 percent effective in preventing symptomatic Covid-19 in a clinical trial.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center said American companies need to better secure critical technologies as Beijing seeks to dominate the so-called bioeconomy.
The troubled real estate giant faced the threat of default if it didn’t meet its obligations to foreign bondholders by Saturday.
Two of the justices want to revisit a landmark decision for free expression. They may soon get the chance.
The movie’s director of photography was killed and the director was injured on the set of “Rust,” a Western, a sheriff’s office in New Mexico said.
Mr. Durst was recently convicted of murdering a friend because of what she knew about his wife’s disappearance from their Lewisboro, N.Y., home.
Opening Germany to a million refugees looks even better in retrospect.
A merger with a so-called blank check company is poised to give the former president access to hundreds of millions of dollars.
Confession: We didn’t even have a logistics beat before the pandemic. Now we do. Here’s what we’ve learned about the global supply chain disruption.
Quietly built over two years, the Kremlin’s censorship infrastructure gives it sweeping power to block sites. Many fear a new age of digital isolation.
In the decade since Libya’s dictator Muammar el-Qaddafi was overthrown, the country has devolved into chaos. Now, his son is plotting a political comeback.
We visit a Russian town on the Arctic Ocean that sees climate change as an economic opportunity.
How the political struggles waged by Black Americans forged U.S. democracy — and what we can learn from them.
American moms are isolated, overworked and undersupported. The solution may be living together, separately.
Global warming may pose grave dangers around the world, but as one tiny Russian town on the Arctic Ocean shows, it can also be a ticket to prosperity.
What is it about the director that draws stars like Frances McDormand and Tilda Swinton again and again? There are many reasons, but the nightly feasts don’t hurt.
A year on, protesters against the country’s agricultural laws are taking an increasingly confrontational approach with the country’s leaders.
The pandemic has prompted a dawning realization that we are way too obsessed with our jobs.
House hunters are attracted to the hassle-free living and lack of down payments, but there’s a trade-off: They give up the investment of owning a home.
Compared with its peers, the U.S. has little in the way of family policy, but where it exists, it has mostly treated men and women the same. The Democrats’ plan would cement that.
A 7-year-old told her mother that she resisted a New Jersey teacher’s attempt to pull off her Muslim head covering. It spiraled from there.
The N.L.C.S. heads back to Atlanta after Taylor became the 11th batter with three homers in a postseason game.
Noah did an impression of Trump posting on his new social media site: “OK, I shared my truth, now I dare you to hang Mike Pence.”
Kansas City travels to Tennessee in a rematch of a recent A.F.C. championship game; the Bengals meet the Ravens in a key A.F.C. North game; and the Raiders move on with their interim coach.
He wanted to get really serious really fast, which felt good until it didn’t.
The president said any push to “fundamentally alter” the Senate’s 60-vote threshold would have to wait until after Congress passed his vast spending agenda.
The company’s first-ever safety report, which it committed two years ago to producing, also included four fatal assaults and 49 deaths in crashes.
The fiery trail astonished viewers in Ohio, Michigan and Indiana, but a Russian military spacecraft was the probable source.
The separate reports, investigating three Republicans and a Democrat, center on stock trades, the misuse of campaign funds and the improper awarding of contracts.
Recipients of the Moderna and the J.&J. vaccines may receive extra doses, although the shots continue to prevent illness and death.
Li Yundi, a famous performer, was accused of soliciting a woman, state news outlets said. Officials often use such accusations against their enemies.
The vote came after a bitterly partisan debate over the Capitol attack and as Republicans sought to deflect questions about Donald J. Trump’s role in the violence.
We’ve used the story of her life as a kind of shorthand for the disabled experience, as if there were just one. But we are here and we are many.
Profit taxes should be increased, but it’s OK to borrow if they aren't.
The Supreme Court routinely rejects death penalty appeals. But it halted an execution when religion became an issue.
The message, delivered by a lobbyist close to the House minority leader, Kevin McCarthy, has already led one Republican firm to cut ties.
The “Great Resignation” could be a sign of a major realignment in the labor market, or it could be just a temporary readjustment.
Democrats need a bigger, bolder campaign blueprint to save democracy that doesn’t hinge on the whims of Congress.
He was Black and Republican, a soldier and a diplomat — and his life holds a particular message for a nation whose democracy is increasingly in peril.
A look at California’s ethnic studies requirement.
What does the appeal of this violent, dystopian fantasy say about us?
Readers react to an account of 90 seconds of violence at the Capitol. Also: Voting rights; Parler; the Jefferson statue; older drivers; filing cabinets.
The country has fallen behind other developed nations in its commitment to slashing carbon emissions. Neither fires nor international pressure has pushed it away from coal and other fossil fuels.
She documented her last months with ovarian cancer on Twitter while raising funds to support students from backgrounds that are underrepresented in the sciences.
On Oct. 25, Times subscribers can join Daniel Dae Kim and other special guests for readings of favorite letters and reviews from the archives, trivia and more.
A study in mice raises intriguing questions about the ways that hormones influence the brain and motivate the body to move.
Thomas Forster, promoted to principal dancer during the pandemic, makes his New York debut in “Giselle” as the company returns to Lincoln Center.
Should we decriminalize drugs, or legalize?
The opera’s choreographer and co-director, Camille A. Brown, talks about the legacy of the African diaspora and influence of “School Daze” in her dances.
A long-buried private recording of the suite, captured in October 1965, allows listeners to experience more sides of the musician than some major albums in his catalog.
“The Writing of the Gods,” by Edward Dolnick, offers a fresh account of the discovery in Egypt of the giant slab, and of the competition to decipher its symbols.
Training for and finishing a marathon can leave arteries more flexible, healthy and biologically younger than before.
At many of the Covid-19 recovery clinics that have sprung up around the country, patients’ goals include their athletic ambitions.
Standing up and walking around for five minutes every hour during the workday could lift your mood, combat lethargy and even dull hunger pangs.