A Times journalist spent three months capturing a contemporary portrait of Hungary’s capital, where he lived for several years as a child in the early ’90s.
Britain is the first country to approve the Moderna-made vaccine, which generated a strong immune response against both the original virus and the Omicron variant.
Some babies born with devastating birth defects from the mosquito-borne illness are 7 now, but Covid turned the world’s attention away.
It was one of the last places on the planet to see its first Covid-19 cases. Now the virus is spreading rapidly.
Two Times reporters answered your travel questions to help you navigate this hectic vacation season.
The appeal process could take months, but a senior Russian diplomat said that talks with the United States about a possible prisoner exchange were underway.
Emma Raducanu beat Williams in straight sets in the first round at the Western and Southern Open. Williams’s next tournament, and quite possibly her last, will be the U.S. Open.
Explosions rocked a munitions depot in Crimea days after blasts hit a Russian airfield there. President Vladimir V. Putin has made the seizure of Crimea a centerpiece of his 22-year rule.
As Rodolfo Castro slid into third base, his phone shot out of his pocket. He has appealed his suspension for violating M.L.B.’s electronic device policy.
The German-born filmmaker was also known for making big-budget blockbusters including “Air Force One” and “The Perfect Storm.”
Civil rights advocates say in a federal lawsuit that police have “terrorized” residents in a small Mississippi town by subjecting them to false arrests, excessive force and intimidation
Cardinal Marc Ouellet, one of the most prominent Catholic leaders in Canada, is a key figure inside the Vatican bureaucracy, leading the department that vets and manages bishops. He has been mentioned as a candidate for pope.