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The Magic of New York Hotel Bars
The classic hotel bar isn’t a home away from home; it’s better.
New Trailer Released for 'I Am Cait,' the Caitlyn Jenner Documentary
The movie explores Caitlyn Jenner's transition to life as a woman.
Soon You Too Can Tour Hunter S. Thompson’s House
Doctor Gonzo’s former home in Woody Creek, Colorado, will be open to visitors next year and serving his favorite breakfast: gin Jell-O.
The Surprisingly Current Lesson of ‘Go Set a Watchman’
The sequel to “To Kill a Mockingbird” has come to us at the right moment, despite questions surrounding its release.
Stephen Hawking, Google, Obama and Others Congratulate NASA on Pluto Flyby
Videos, tweets and a Google doodle honor the historic moment in space exploration.
One Direction Singer Louis Tomlinson Expecting Child
The singer joked about becoming a dad on April Fools' Day in 2012.
Venezuela: The MLB's Surprising Powerhouse
The MLB's current roster has 65 players from Venezuela, including two starting in Tuesday night's All-Star Game from Cincinnati.
The Owner of William Carlos Williams’s Red Wheelbarrow
Nearly a century after Williams published “The Red Wheelbarrow,” a literary critic has uncovered its owner’s identity.
Welsh Government Replies in Klingon to Serious UFO Questions
The government eschewed questions about investigating the claims by reverting to "Star Trek"-speak.
Let's Go to the Videotape
As Tallahassee just proved, when it comes to football and crime, players are only in trouble if there's footage.
Harper Lee May Have Written a Third Manuscript
The lawyer who found "Go Set a Watchman" penned a Wall Street Journal piece—and hinted at yet another secret.
A New Trailer for ‘The Man in the High Castle’ and Episode Two Preview
The series won’t be released until autumn, but Amazon screened another new episode at Comic Con.
Watch: The Trailer for 'Suicide Squad'
As anti-heroes, there's no guarantee they won't cause mayhem.
How Mad at The NY Times Is Harper Lee's Publisher?
How did The New York Times review Harper Lee's book before everyone else? They snagged a secret copy.
'Orange Is the New Black' Review: Season 3, Episode 13
Despite the feeling of imminent doom, season 3 of 'Orange is the New Black' ends on a sweet note.
Children of the Stone: Exploring the Power of Music in Palestine
The world's most powerful nations have failed to bring peace to the West Bank. One man is trying it with a viola.
Looking Back at the Apollo 13 Rescue, 45 Years Later
Men and women on the ground worked around the clock to save their colleagues in the sky.
Love Is Blind, and So Are the Courtney Love Haters
Everyone loves to hate the talented singer, but she is turning the hate inside out.
David Letterman Came Out of Retirement to Mock Trump
Letterman shared a special Top 10 as part of Martin Short and Steve Martin's comedy tour.
Amazing Miracle: Bethany Hamilton, the 'Soul Surfer' Who Survived a Shark Attack
When the teenager surfer was attacked by a shark and lost her arm, she not only survived-she thrived.
Box Office: 'Minions' Leads the Way With $115.2 Million
Second biggest domestic animated film opening, to "Shrek the Third" in 2007.
Ennio Morricone Will Score Tarantino's 'Hateful Eight'
Director Quentin Tarantino also says the movie will be released in rare 70 mm screenings in certain theaters.
The Legacy of Live Aid
Rock's greatest super-concert was a charity extravaganza, and a defining moment of the 1980s.
Paralyzed Man Paints Harry Potter Using Only His Mouth
Henry Fraser is paralyzed from the shoulders down, but that hasn't stopped him from painting.
'Sully' Sullenberger Remembers the Miracle on the Hudson
The airline captain describes the details of the afternoon he saved the lives of 155 people.
Atticus Finch Is a Racist in New Harper Lee Novel
The "To Kill a Mockingbird" sequel shows Atticus Finch in an uglier light.
Amazing Rescues by Animals
From Scarlett the Cat to Trakr the dog, moments when animals truly proved to be man's best friend.
Was Teen Life in the 1990s More 'Kids' or 'Clueless'?
in 1995, John Leland compared two strikingly different depictions of the teenage experience for Newsweek.
Sneaker Stories, From Industrial Revolution to Michael Jordan, Run-DMC
Brooklyn exhibit explores the complex social history, cultural significance of the ubiquitous footwear.
Harrison Ford Makes First Appearance Since Plane Crash
The "Indiana Jones" actor shrugged off his injuries: "I walked here, so how bad can it be?"