Under fire for ignoring African Americans' concerns, the governor delivers a controversial keynote address
In defense of a ban on same-sex marriage, the gubernatorial candidate conceded marriage equality's social benefits
A new commercial bears some resemblance to Eichner's "Billy on the Street" -- but how similar are they?
“You can almost see the lost-ness, the desperation in their faces”
The first episode of "The Big Future" examines the possibility of brining extinct animal populations back to life
The hermaphroditic snails "represent the diversity of sex orientation in the animal kingdom," researchers say
"It's not like we suddenly woke up and thought, 'Oh my gosh, we should have something ready here'"
The conservative commentator excuses the GOP's cuts to research funds by launching another homophobic attack
Newsflash: Your pumpkin spice latte tastes like "a candle"
Six years in, the economic recovery is still halting. The reason? We're being too righteous
"Fox & Friends" freaks out about Columbus Day, while Phil Robertson is spreading some very bad info about STDs
As other ombudsmen fade into oblivion, Sullivan is reimagining the relationship between the Times and its readers
The founding myth of the United States is a lie. It is time to re-examine our ruthless past -- and present
Mascot for violent European colonialism has been celebrated for years. These major U.S. cities are saying "no more"
A teacher in Massachusetts spoke up when his students' rights were being violated. Here's how he paid the price
As more kids in U.S. die from guns than cancer, NRA is fighting basic safety measures. Now doctors are pushing back
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Penelope Cruz is Esquire’s “sexiest woman alive.” Cruz is the 11th woman to be given the title by the magazine. Previous honorees include Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry, Rihanna, Charlize Theron and Scarlett Johansson. The “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” and “Vanilla Sky” actress tells Esquire that she had “an attraction to drama” in [...]
If you're an American office worker who sleeps next to a smartphone and deals with an average of 120 work emails a day, life without the internet may seem like a quaint memory. But you're actually in the minority: According to a new report, over 60 percent of the world's population have not accessed the internet in the past 12 months. Show More Summary
Republicans' most likely path to retaking the Senate in November requires GOPers to pick up seats in six key states: Louisiana, Arkansas, South Dakota, West Virginia, Montana, and Alaska. Of the six, Alaska—where Democratic Sen. Mark Begich is facing off against former Republican attorney general Dan Sullivan—may be the closest race. Show More Summary
By the end of 2014, roughly one in four people worldwide will be using a smartphone—with the total number of users topping 1.75 billion. That's more smartphones, by the way, than PCs. Grandparents everywhere are mourning what surelyShow More Summary