When Ormond Gigli saw a grid of windows, he asked himself, “What can I do with this?” In less than a day, he organized a shoot with women posing inside the window frames.
In San Francisco, the texture of inequality can be felt when you encounter its public transit system, which should be something other than a disgrace.
The S.E.C. led a discussion that examined the growing clout of proxy advisers, the potential for conflicts of interest, and the transparency and accuracy of the firms' recommendations.
Rescuers who were trying to shepherd surviving short-finned pilot whales out to open sea were stymied by sharks that had feasted on the carcasses.
Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler (ankle sprain) practiced on a limited basis, while linebacker Lance Briggs (shoulder fracture) did not practice.
Demonstrators have been occupying Independence Square since Sunday.
Readers discuss the power of government and the role of corporations and the people.
The Consumer Bankers Association disagrees with an editorial praising new guidelines on “deposit advances.”
A reader lays out a likely scenario.
The moves, combined with a plan to transfer a detainee to Sudan, are a sign that the Obama administration has revived efforts to winnow the population, now at 162.