ISIS militants posted the gruesome execution video Tuesday on YouTube
A total of five people died when an unexploded device blew up as Gaza police engineers worked to neutralize it
Longtime war correspondent Alissa J. Rubin broke her wrists and suffered a concussion
It is all too difficult for us to know how to evaluate the images we are being sent, where to stand, how to think
"I think we're a country in civil war... Shooting hasn't started, but somebody stupid is going to do something stupid and it will escalate --...
Paula Faris will replace Golodryga in early August
Dispatches from the Future includes original short sci-fi stories from celebrated authors and an animated graphic novel of Isaac Asimov's "Nightfall"
Has feminism refound its voice? A Twitter avalanche descended on the New York Times for sexism in an obituary, and the Times backed down
Danielle Mattoon has been named the paper's culture editor, and Sia Michel will serve as the new editor of its Arts & Leisure section
Jacob Bernstein says career considerations made Nora Ephron hesitant to come clean about her disease
Let the paywall debate rage on, as more and more newspapers start charging for content
America's top critics have spoken, so should you see "Jack the Giant Slayer"?
Elon Musk said hundreds of customers canceled their orders after John M. Broder's negative New York Times review of the Tesla Model S
The New York Times will subsume the Tribune into its own paper, reformatting it as a global edition of the Times
Times' editor described Zeleny as "a cornerstone of our political coverage"
In an age when editors have to scrutinize every job on the payroll, is an ombudsman absolutely necessary?
She calls on the director to revise the Best Picture Oscar contender's slavery vote scene before the DVDs go out
Circulation revenue up 16 percent
The decision comes weeks after the Journal News in upstate New York took down a map of gun owners' addresses
Twitter reset passwords on the affected accounts
The news channel was blacked out by Chinese censors for six minutes
Legendary CEO Thomas Tull is mulling ending his relationship with the studio when his deal is up at the end of this year, TheWrap has...
The Wall Street Journal said that, like the New York Times, it was the subject of a cyber attack
Hackers in China have been broken into reporters' and employee accounts for the last four months
Joe Sexton is the latest editor to leave the New York Times as the paper's buyout deadline looms
James Oestreich has reportedly accepted a buyout a day before the Thursday deadline
The New York Times' weekly feature sections are getting a new look
Like the education desk before it, the New York Times feels environmental reporting fits into loads of other categories
For the first time since 1996, the Baseball Hall of Fame will not induct any living players
Jonathan Landman told colleagues he has accepted a buyout