Sinking a boat in the bayou, getting arrested in Atlanta and wrestling with veterans in Texas wasn't exactly what comedian Jordan Klepper envisioned when embarking on his new Comedy Central docuseries.
"This morning people thanked me for being the 'bigger person' in every situation..."
The National Museum of American History launched a fundraising campaign to preserve the artifact from "The Wizard of Oz."
The option to finance shoes was not well received in the sneaker community.
The China depicted in Western fashion is "an alternate reality with a dreamlike, almost hallucinatory, illogic."
The New York Times sent a reporter to cover a vegan dinner party Lena Dunham held in 2003. But why?
As little children, they went to mass each week, and every day in the summertime. "We always had a rosary on our beds; and then, of course, [Mother would] hear our bedtime prayers and do our catechism with us," said Patricia, the sixth of Joseph and Rose Kennedy's nine children, in her mother's memoir, Times to Remember.
A NEWSWEEK correspondent remembers her first, and lasting, impressions of Sarah Palin.
Politics, commercialism, doping, nonstop TV coverage—it all started in 1960.
The Baby Makes 2 1/2 package at the Maldives'Dhoni Mighili has a pregnancy menu that caters to cravings like pickles and ice cream. A tailored wellness program gives intimacy pointers for prenatal life as couples learn to massage each other (from $17,910 per couple for five nights; dhonimighili.com ).Having a girl?