The filmmaker behind 'Silence of the Lambs' and 'Philadelphia' succumbs to cancer.
His allies believe he's the country's best hope for exposing the truth about Russia's election tampering and possible collusion with Trump's people.
Officials from the Obama White House and the Justice Department stopped him from writing an op-ed on the topic, two sources say.
Comey says Trump's accusations are false and is worried about FBI credibility, 'New York Times' reports.
Congressman Mick Mulvaney of South Carolina, who must face Senate confirmation, says the administration "will restore budgetary and fiscal sanity back."
Law enforcement sources say a faction within the FBI's New York field office are known to be hostile to Hillary Clinton.
The Tony-winning director of the musical phenomenon talks with Newsweek about the show's expansion and versatility, as well as Lin-Manuel Miranda's hair.
The acclaimed Belgian director, who brought David Bowie's Lazarus to the stage, has a Dutch author in his sights .
The German curator said he considered Brexit a "personal defeat" in June.
The actor is to direct an adaptation of 1992 novel "Yardie" for StudioCanal.
The iconic building will shine orange Wednesday night to honor Americans who have been killed by guns.
Three decades later, Varda's iconic film "Jane B. par Agnès V" finally gets its U.S. release.
John Brennan also spoke about his contact with Russia and Putin.
The fifth in the series, which has grossed over $3 billion, will be the filmmaker's last as director
The "Rosemary's Baby" director is wanted on charges of unlawful sex with a minor.