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Nora Ephron’s last work comes to Broadway.
A Boatful of Angels
The firefighters of Swift Water Team 6 found themselves rescuing people from a rooftop engulfed in flames—and surrounded by the flood.
Long before Scientology, Cruise studied for the priesthood.
“Daisy Girl,” all grown up and not watching TV.
A spectacular heist. A foiled burglary. Two thieves in their 70s. Where’s the diamond?
After Losing All, a Mother Goes On
Two tragedies, one message of love, and ‘acts of pure kindness.’
Where's the Money, Jon?
With the collapse of MF Global, Jon Corzine stands in the middle of the missing-billion-dollar crossfire.
The Worst of the Madoff Crimes
A new book tells how the felon’s son killed himself—with his child in the next room.
The Face of Anger
The Wall Street protesters are being called 21st-Century hippies. But their growing outrage is real—and they look a lot like the rest of us.
Meet the rising GOP star who is confounding the pundits and much of black America.
I Committed Murder
For the anonymous executioners of death row, the pulling of the lever is often followed by doubt.