Will cities survive permanent work from home?

As the list of companies offering flexible work schedules grows, the businesses and infrastructure that supported office workers in major cities could crumble.

An Apple Watch for Your 5-Year-Old? More Parents Say Yes.

As Apple prepares to unveil new models next week, the smart watch has found an unexpected audience: children as young as 5.

Brett Favre’s Most Memorable Stat May Be $8 Million Meant for the Poor

His role in the misappropriation of welfare money has infuriated people in his native Mississippi and prompted some fans to call for his removal from the Hall of Fame.

‘We Tell The Whole Truth’: A Talk With the Head of Charleston’s New African American Museum

The International African American Museum, opening early next year, will tell a story of joy, trauma and resiliency. Dr. Tonya Matthews discusses her role and the museum’s challenges.

Guns Found at Airport Checkpoints Are On Track to Break Record

This year, Transportation Security Administration officers have already discovered more than 4,600 guns at airport security checkpoints, and about 87 percent of them were loaded.

Apple Extends Reach With $800 Watch, as New iPhone Inches Along

The Apple Watch Ultra is aimed at endurance athletes, a market dominated by Garmin. Apple also introduced updated AirPods.

Mercedes and Rivian Plan to Make Vans Together in Europe

The agreement is a rare example of cooperation between a traditional carmaker and an upstart.