Global Christian ministry Focus on the Family will use 4D ultrasound technology Saturday to broadcast images of an unborn child in the womb in the middle of Times Square in New York City.
Books can burn. Computers get hacked. DVDs degrade. Technologies to store information—ink on paper, computers, CDs and DVDs, and even DNA—continue to improve. And yet, threats as simple as water and as complex as cyber-attacks can still corrupt our records.
A lot of masks are slipping off lately.
In “No Visible Bruises,” Rachel Louise Snyder reports on “a global health problem of epidemic proportions,” and writes about actionable changes that can help.
The Ferryman, What The Constitution Means To Me and Tootsie continued to build some awards momentum this week, with the New York Drama Critics Circle naming Jez Butterworth’s The Ferryman the 2018-19 season’s best play, Heidi Schreck’s Constitution as the best American play and Robert Horn/David Yazbek’s Tootsie best musical. All three productions are in [
The Environmental Protection Agency is planning to use a different method to estimate the "future health risks of air pollution" in an analysis of a proposed new rule, which could "drastically" decrease the projected number of premature deaths from air pollution, The New York Times reported Monday.
One Brooklyn bar is valiantly taking a stand for the Aperol Spritz as a drink at large.
The team behind “Downton Abbey” is working on a new show filled with opulence and glamour — and ripe for drama. Titled “The Gilded Age,” the 10-episode series for HBO will be set in New York during the landmark year of 1885, “a period of immense economic change, of huge fortunes made and lost,
The New York Times is launching its third vertical, NYT Parenting, as part of a goal of getting to 10 million subscriptions by 2025.