Native American leaders are protesting the latest plan by a Paris auction house to sell off part of their tribal history, and their demand for the return of their ceremonial objects is getting bipartisan support.
Bill Cosby's lawyers gave a blistering preview of the questions the actor's accuser will face at trial, as a judge refused to dismiss the sex-assault case at a preliminary hearing.
Tess comes to New York in the summer of 2006, 22 and aching for adventure. Things seem to fall into place when she aces an interview at a famous restaurant in Union Square -- unnamed, but bearing quite a bit of resemblance to Danny Meyer's famed Union Square Cafe, where the author actually worked -- and enters the world of fine dining that's equal parts glamour and drudgery.
Australia's deputy prime minister boasted on Wednesday that he had got into Johnny Depp's head like fictional serial killer Hannibal Lecter after the Hollywood actor quipped that the ruddy-faced lawmaker appeared to be "inbred with a tomato."
Lin-Manuel Miranda has already this year won a Pulitzer Prize, a Grammy, the Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History and a MacArthur Foundation "genius" grant. What more could he get?
A woman admires the works "Riot cop," made by England-based graffiti artist Banksy, during the "Guerra, Capitalismo & Liberta" ( War, Capitalism and Freedom ) exhibition at Rome's Palazzo Cipolla on Monday, May 23. The art, sourced from private collectors, will be on display until Sept. 4.
A major exhibition of Banksy's works opens in Rome on Tuesday and, as ever with the secretive British street artist, there is mystery attached.
Inside Armando Yera's gym, toned Cubans in tight spandex are pumping iron in front of mirrored walls and pedaling furiously on stationary bikes, a scene that looks more Miami than Havana.
"My ultimate goal is to let all my employees live good lives," said Tsai Ya Tin (蔡雅庭), the leader of Lyrics Studio. The theater troupe, established years ago by Tsai's very close friend, is a living example of the founder's vision.
South Korean author Han Kang met the media en masse Tuesday for the first time since winning a top literary award -- and said she just wants to continue writing "as if nothing had happened".