Lynn Nottage and Paula Vogel, both Pulitzer winners, will finally make their Broadway debuts this spring. What does that say about the plight of women writing for the stage?
As the White House presses for bone-deep spending cuts, some Republican governors have complained about reductions that they see as harmful or arbitrary.
Even as the Supreme Court nominee continues testifying Wednesday, the real struggle is moving to the Senate floor, where the parties appear on course for a showdown.
President Trump pledged that his business would avoid overseas deals during his tenure. But his company is pursuing a hotel project with a firm with deep foreign connections.
Focusing mainly on advanced technology and the sciences, three of the city’s biggest academic building projects in years will soon open for business.
Sometimes the only way to push technology advances is through rules. Loosening the ones on fuel economy could leave the car industry out of step with the future.
As mobile phone use grows, more young men are calling women at random, hoping to strike up a relationship, but sometimes harassing them.
Joining up with the Great Loop, an intricate route that transforms half the United States into an island.
The Supreme Court nominee was so eager to make the point that he started answering before his microphone was turned on: “That’s a softball question.”
This gargantuan shrine to democracy has never felt so surreal.
For a 3-year-old boy on a family trip, the airport itself is the destination.
The departure is a blow to Baidu, which has been betting big on artificial intelligence as a foundation to fields like voice recognition and driverless cars.
With losses mounting, Sears Holdings Corporation said in its annual report that there were “substantial doubts” it could continue operating.