The establishment narrowly headed off a takeover attempt by a hard-right movement. Some backers of the losing candidate are now considering leaving altogether.
Ed Litton, a moderate pastor from Alabama, won a high-stakes presidential election with the potential to reshape the future of the country’s largest Protestant denomination.
The high-stakes presidential election has the potential to reshape the future of the country’s largest Protestant denomination.
An empire for feeding the hungry started with one woman and some sandwiches.
The insurgents, some adopting a pirate motif, believe that the denomination has drifted too far to the left on issues of race, gender and the strict authority of the Bible.
A review found deficiencies in how police officers followed a 2019 tip that Anthony Q. Warner was building bombs in his vehicle.
The authorities said operations had shifted from rescue to recovery for those aboard a plane that crashed into Percy Priest Lake near Smyrna, Tenn., on Saturday.
William Edmonson and other self-taught artists remind us of how genius somehow finds a way.
Earth Day is a reminder that we are living creatures all the same.
Dozens of people were rescued as cars were swept away and neighborhoods were swamped. “We’re not out of the woods yet,” officials said, as water levels climbed on the Cumberland River.
A Black woman, Mrs. Duff broke gender and race barriers. She died of Covid-19.
An early 20th-century house in San Francisco, a one-bedroom condo on Central Park West in Manhattan and a four-bedroom home in Nashville.
Anthony Warner, who was obsessed with an outlandish tale about lizard aliens and other plots, had been planning for months.
The Tennessee General Assembly’s vote to do so should be unanimous.
This year isn’t living up to my hopes, so I am learning to hope in a new way.
The National Museum of African American Music has six interactive sections covering 50 genres of music with a focus on gospel, blues, jazz, R&B and hip-hop.
The National Museum of African American Music is opening in the capital of country music. And that’s exactly where it belongs.
Anthony Warner’s girlfriend told the police last year he was building bombs in his R.V. Police officials said they took their inquiry as far as they could at the time.
I’m thinking of the weight we’ve all been carrying this year, in my city and everywhere else.
Officers visited the home of Anthony Warner after his girlfriend said he was producing explosives in his R.V., according to a police report. They said then that there was no evidence of a crime.
Investigators are questioning whether the perpetrator specifically targeted the building. The explosion disrupted 911 call centers, hospitals and cell service in several states.
In 2020, the city has weathered a tornado’s devastation and the rippling consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. Then, a bewildering and unsettling attack made a tough year tougher.
DNA tests show that Anthony Warner blew himself up along with a chunk of downtown Nashville on Christmas morning.
Three people were injured and 41 businesses were damaged when an R.V. detonated downtown, but much about the case remains a mystery.
An explosion linked to a vehicle sent debris and shattered glass into the city streets.
Scenes from a holiday season that shone bright in dark times.
Guy Fieri directs and narrates “Restaurant Hustle 2020,” a documentary on how restaurateurs are coping during the pandemic.
But that’s not why they make the best gifts.
An 1845 farmhouse in Sandwich, a mountainside home in Santa Fe and a riverside retreat in Nashville.
A Nashville judge vacated the conviction of Joseph Webster after a collaborative investigation produced new witnesses and evidence.
In a show featuring a distanced but unmasked audience, Nashville’s big stars celebrated the power of live music.
The uncertainties of 2020 led the folk duo to discover a new emotional urgency in songs about the slow, challenging, beautiful heat of living.
Many election experts feared a tide of rejected mail ballots. So far, the rate of rejections appears to be lower than in years past.
In a more restrained appearance, President Trump told Joseph R. Biden Jr., “You didn’t get it done” in Washington. Mr. Biden accused the president of heartlessness for separating migrant families and inflaming racial tensions.
Our only planet cannot survive four more years of the Trump administration’s environmental policy.
From the Berkshires to the Rockies, the vibrant colors of fall are popping, and nothing, not even a pandemic, can stop them. Six writers in six states reveal their favorite drives and hikes.
The Home Edit won over Khloé Kardashian and Gwyneth Paltrow with a particular style of home organization. Now a new Netflix show will showcase its high aspirations and “low bar” ethos.
He released eight alt-country albums as a solo artist, seeking to emerge from the long shadow of the outlaw country star Steve Earle.
Hard to define but easy to crave, these Indian snacks have become a fascination for the Nashville chef Maneet Chauhan.
It’s hot, Donald Trump is still president, the pandemic is still raging, and did I mention that it’s hot?
Dombrowski brought World Series titles to the Marlins and the Red Sox, and now he’s leading an effort to bring a major league club to a new market.
Tennessee’s governor said anyone in his state could be tested for the coronavirus, and the state would pay. That did not stop the virus from roaring back.
If we want to experience concerts again, we need to support the artists we love until the pandemic passes. Here’s how.
The full-page ad, which appeared in Sunday’s editions of The Tennessean and claimed “Islam” would detonate a nuclear device in Nashville, “should have never been published,” the editor said.
Larry Callies comes from a long line of black cowboys living and working on the frontier.
In less than a week, six Nashville teenagers created a march that drew 10,000 peaceful protesters and gave hope to a whole city.
A suspect has been charged in the case, and the police have set up a mediation between the Rev. Keith Caldwell and a police officer who he said was dismissive of the matter.
This year has brought tornadoes, plague and weather patterns we’ve never heard of. On the bright side, no murder hornets yet.
The Trump administration is starting to insist that towns use eminent domain laws to force homeowners off flood-prone land. Notices are already going out.