Ken Burns is getting back into medicine.
In 2004, director Michael Moore took on George W. Bush in "Fahrenheit 9/11." On Tuesday, the filmmaker surprised his fans with news that he would debut his new film about Donald Trump.
South Korea's recent fall in global press freedom rankings comes as no particular surprise to Choi Seung-ho.
Willie Velasquez isn't as well-known as other Latino activists like Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta and Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales.
In 2012, freelance journalist Theo Padnos slipped into Syria to cover its unfolding civil war and was promptly kidnapped by members of an al-Qaida branch.
Two reunions make "Black Panther" an especially personal chapter in the Marvel cinematic universe.
"Go Angels Go Taiwan Bike Holiday," a new cycling documentary featuring preeminent investment tycoons, debuted Sunday in Taipei and opens up a whole new vision for investor-investee relations while also underscoring the great potential of cross-strait business cooperation and integration.
"America's prince" is getting a new documentary.
To many of his patients he was the savior who rescued them from the misery of unbearable pain, but to others he was an amoral drug dealer who played fast and loose with people's lives.
Forged in the white heat of California's gay and lesbian counter-culture, the political careers of four women have changed the course of history for members of the LGBT community.