Avoiding a money-pit or any other kind of real estate nightmare is possible if you pay attention to a few important red flags.
Robert A.M. Stern’s firm has designed a new luxury masonry building, with some modern tweaks. Can it compete with glassy towers?
To drum up interest, a developer filled the concrete shell of a Brooklyn townhouse with high end furnishings.
Louis Broccoli, a digital graphic designer, was outbid on two apartments. He refused to let the next one go.
This week’s homes are on the Upper East Side, on Beekman Place, and in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.
This week’s properties include a six-bedroom in Bayport, N.Y., and a three-bedroom in South Orange, N.J.
With lots of buyers and low inventory, homes in Sayville are selling faster and at higher prices than a year ago.
A 1925 bungalow in Boise, a modern house in Hillsdale and a Victorian home in Traverse City.
Melbourne has seen a surge in home prices in recent years, thanks to low interest rates, a strong economy and rapid population growth.
The sitcom written by Mark Feuerstein and his wife, Dana Klein, mirrors his own living situation whenever he is in New York.
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
Friday: Breaking down a bagel’s taste, weekend events, and a question for New Jerseyans.
Friday: The fight for dark skies, a National League pennant for the Dodgers, and a photo series from the Santa Rosa inferno.
In just a few months, the secretary of state has fired or driven out many of the country’s most experienced diplomats.
On Thursday night, the Senate narrowly approved a budget plan that would protect a $1.5 trillion tax cut from a Democratic filibuster.
Republicans are set to move quickly to pass a tax bill that they have drafted in secret.
Senator Lamar Alexander is going to need some help from Senator Mitch McConnell, a friend for nearly 50 years, if his health care compromise is to become law.
This week’s dispute over President Trump’s phone call to the widow of a soldier killed in Niger hit too close to home for the White House chief of staff.
Representative Frederica S. Wilson said John Kelly, the president’s chief of staff, lied by suggesting she had taken credit for obtaining funding for a federal building in Miami.
Read about how the other side thinks about the president’s interactions with Gold Star families.
A group of Portuguese children whose district was ravaged by deadly forest fires this summer is to sue 47 European nations, accusing them of failing to take action on climate change.
By the end of the century, two out of three people living in Europe will be affected by heat waves, coastal floods and other weather-related disasters, largely due to global warming and climate change, according to a study published Friday in the journal Lancet Planetary Health.
The 'Land of Fire & Ice' is on the brink. Fly over Iceland's most famous natural wonders and discover how climate change could make it all disappear.
President Donald Trump still plans to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement unless there are major changes made to the carbon emissions pact, the White House said Saturday.
A seven-minute video showing a woman being beaten, raped and then beheaded in a public square in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), was circulating on the messaging platform Whatsapp for months before being validated and published by France 24 last week.
Brian Todd reports on a North Korean ambassador's warning, that nuclear war could break out "at any moment."
2017 has been a year of rapid progress for North Korea's missile program.
Lawyers representing former South Korean president Park Geun-hye have accused authorities of committing "serious human rights violations" against the now-disgraced leader, who is awaiting trial on charges of corruption and abuse of power.
Few issues have divided the Australian public in recent times as much as the vote on same-sex marriage.