Video filmed by onlookers showed flames and smoke billowing from the cathedral’s spire. The cathedral was evacuated, and the fire’s cause was not known.
Built in the 12th and 13th centuries, the cathedral is a jewel of medieval Gothic architecture.
It was the 12th century, and the architects behind a cathedral rising in the heart of Paris wanted to make a statement.
The president hopes to resurrect a major theme of his 2016 campaign for his re-election bid in 2020. This time, he has picked a specific target.
Presidential campaigns were required to disclose their finances for the first quarter of the year by Monday night, a key moment in the early days of the race.
Mr. Sanders’s income shot up after his last presidential bid, topping $1 million in 2016 and 2017 as proceeds from books drove up his earnings.
President Trump’s unpredictable style has brought foreign countries to the negotiating table. But will it result in the United States leaving with more?
While climate change affects everywhere, some areas in America will be less affected than others. And some of those fortunate places, it happens, might be looking for people.
The South Florida daily took the prize in the most prestigious category for its coverage of the killings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
The newspaper is recognized for its work in explanatory reporting and editorial writing.
“‘Let’s create the next thing that tracks my dog’ — that’s fun and nice, but come on, there are people dying.”
The editorial board member’s work tackled head-on the uncomfortable truths about race in America.
Golf is all about how you react when you get a bad bounce.
The administration’s chaotic reversals on Obamacare could deprive millions of coverage.
A commonplace modern ritual gave me a deeper connection to today’s Athenians.
Why poison the earth when you can have wildflowers at your feet and songbirds in your trees without even trying?
Maine and Vermont allow inmates to cast ballots. The 48 other states should too.
The gangs wanted me to join them, and I refused. I fled to the U.S. but I still lost my dearest family member.
Growing inequality threatens our most basic democratic principles.
After an exuberant march, they faced a vicious backlash. But at last their status has become part of the national conversation.
The country’s culture of remembrance is crumbling.
The New York Times is launching an ongoing examination of privacy. We’ll dig into the ideas, history and future of how our information navigates the digital ecosystem and what’s at stake.
As a “Game of Thrones” tourist in Northern Ireland, you can see how the magic of a fantasy realm has eclipsed the history of the actual place.
A favorable schedule could puts Woods in position for a serious run at winning all four majors this year, a feat never accomplished in the modern era.
Confident about which way to go, his first day at Western Electric and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.