Madame Morbid leads a year-round trolley ride through the haunted parts of Brooklyn. Unsurprisingly, October is good for business.
Kate Moore, BlackRock Investment Institute Chief Equity Strategist, defends her market optimism. John Hudak, Brookings Institution Senior Fellow in Governance Studies, predicts President Trump will “absolutely not” pass new tax legislation by the midterms....
Mr. Cosby, convicted of sexual assault this year, has hired an unusual number of lawyers to defend him in his criminal case.
The Hollywood producer of blockbuster films like the latest “Halloween” sequel is trying to become a serious player in television. It won’t be easy.
Four decades after the John Carpenter original, the latest installment of “Halloween” earned $77.5 million to top this weekend’s ticket sales.
When the algorithms that drive social media move on, the children who were separated from their parents remain in detention facilities along the Rio Grande.
The midterm elections are 17 days away. Here is a collection of coverage from The New York Times and elsewhere on efforts to mislead voters on social media and the wider internet.
Behind the scenes with the men who make America’s favorite “ladies” into drama queens.
A consumer group says insurers sometimes charge more to people living in less affluent ZIP codes — even if they have good driving records.
The anonymous group’s campaign highlights Facebook’s continuing trouble with political advertising.
Gary Newman, a co-chief executive of the Fox Television Group, had been expected to stay in charge, but wanted to leave in the spring. So the network acted now.
Ms. Dunham and Jenny Konner said Friday that they were closing the newsletter and website after a three-year run that included contributions from Michelle Obama and Jennifer Lawrence.
The calculated media strategy has proved remarkably effective for President Erdogan, ensuring that the case remains front page news around the world.
Jessika Aro, a Finnish journalist investigating Russian disinformation campaigns, had been called a spy, a drug dealer and unhinged.