The creative team behind the Broadway revival has upped the ante on Bob Fosse’s original effects. A video feature deconstructs the opening number.
Alec Baldwin, Ben Foster and Tom Sturridge discuss the gritty drama “Orphans,” Mr. Baldwin’s first Broadway appearance since 2004.
Nathan Lane talks about his role as a gay 1930s burlesque performer named Chauncey Miles in “The Nance,” a new dark comedy on Broadway.
Women who have just completed an intensive therapy program for veterans in Long Beach, Calif., shared their experiences of sexual trauma in the military, which led to homelessness for some.
Missouree? Missouruh? To Be Politic, Say Both: Some candidates running for statewide offices in Missouri use two pronunciations of the state.
Tracking the impact of Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on its neighboring businesses and residents on opening night.
Colin Moynihan reports from New York City’s financial district on demonstrations on the one-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street.
The Smithsonian Institution adds to its political collection.
The Times’s Lexi Mainland takes a look at social media’s presence at the Republican National Convention.
Two veterans with two views on the upcoming election. This segment was part of The New York Times’ live video coverage during the Republican National Convention.
The former governor of New Hampshire John Sununu is a fierce supporter of Mitt Romney, and prone to going rouge, often saying the things the Romney campaign can’t.
In their own words, residents in the five boroughs express how the police’s policy has impacted their communities.
The Times’ Corey Kilgannon speaks to neighborhood residents a day after a six people were injured during a shooting in Brownsville, Brooklyn. Two of the victims were children.
Commuters at the 34th Street subway platform try to guess which of two trains will leave first, darting across the platform with mixed results.