Tired of his Manhattan office job, Jeffrey Tanenhaus hopped on a fresh bike share bike and went for a ride—to California.
Best-Trump-impersonator-ever, Darrell Hammond, returns with Dana Carvey to SNL.
"Origins Vol. 1" features Slash, Lita Ford, Paul Stanley on tracks by Thin Lizzy, the Troggs, Free and more.
Rock legends joining forces and the tease of the Han Solo prequel film are among the five things we loved in Arts & Culture this week.
The Grammy-winning singer speaks exclusively to 'Newsweek' about the plight of African girls.
Terry Haste exemplifies the great tailor: a craftsman who is a reader of character and psychology, as well.
From Ringo Starr's drums to Clapton's guitar, deep-pocketed collectors are purchasing pieces of rock history.
Until he was twenty-one years old, Abraham Lincoln’s father rented out his son to neighbors in rural Indiana for ten to thirty-one cents a day.
A charity has criticized photos of the wildlife legend feeding lion cubs on a magazine cover.
Learning disabilities charity Mencap has launched a petition demanding an apology.
The coffee giant has been sued for everything from crushed genitalia to poisoned lattes.
The book once owned by Anne and her sister, Margot, was sold at auction Thursday for $62,500.
Five percent of U.K. households, many in the countryside, will miss out on speedy internet access.
The celebrity photographer also worked with Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj.
After a fairly miserable start to the spring, it looks like summer has finally arrived.