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The brewers making saké are dedicated to their craft, but getting young Japanese involved—and drinking it—is proving tough. Are foreign markets the answer?
The Emmy-winning actress, social activist, and politician writes about why Clinton isn’t the answer, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz are jokes, and you should consider Roseanne 2016.
Amy Green writes about the film ‘Thank You for Playing,’ which documents the making of her family’s video game, ‘That Dragon, Cancer,’ chronicling their baby boy’s cancer battle.
Christians, like my family, have been desperately trying to smuggle themselves out of Syria as ISIS tells them to convert or die and the White House ignores their desperate plight.
The Tribeca Film Festival opened Wednesday night with a must-see documentary celebrating 'SNL' and its complicated, ever-important 40-year history.
While Cairo hands down death sentences, Ankara allows the Brotherhood to open TV stations. A close look at a rivalry shaping many Mideast conflicts.
Foreign policy can be a tough topic for governors who want to be president. Especially if they don’t do their homework.
Momentum seemed to swinging against ISIS. Then can an offensive in Iraq’s Sunni heartland.
The 23-year-old filmmaker’s amazing videos have taken over Vine and Facebook, and even landed him on The Ellen Show.
Eleven teachers were convicted in the Atlanta cheating scandal. When they refused to admit their guilt at the sentencing, Judge Jerry Baxter let them have it.
Israel isn’t the only country that will be threatened if S-300 missile systems arrive in Iran. The Saudis and Turks had better be worried as well.
Extras are sworn to secrecy, coach tours are ferrying fans to locations—‘Game of Thrones’ has helped transform Northern Ireland into a second Hollywood.
The White House says that Cuba has nothing to do with terrorism. But Havana is like a ‘Star Wars’ cantina of Cold War radicals—including some of the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists.
Deadbeat parents might go unperturbed by child support collectors in Idaho for months because of fears of “Sharia Law” by some state GOP members. But most GOP members are fed up with the lies.
Or is it?
Beech-Nut recalled 1,920 pounds of baby food because of glass shards found in a jar, but this news is hardly new—the history of producing baby food is filled with scandals, some of them deadly.
Opinion is sharply divided on the future of the Orange County Government Center, in Goshen, New York. Demolish or cherish.
As another massive wave of migrants washes up on Italian shores, Europe is once again faced with a moral dilemma—and only vague plans to address the crisis.
Legislators in Sacramento are debating a bill that would eliminate “personal belief” exemptions from vaccination requirements at public schools. It’s about time.
He let his accomplices hold his daughter after the murder. He hugged and kissed his NFL boss two days later. He almost got away with it.