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The actor best known as Vincent Chase sat down to discuss his documentary shot A Bee’s Invoice, claims of misogyny levied against Entourage, and strange offers from Saudi princes.
When she was unveiled 128 years ago today, Lady Liberty was the tallest structure in New York City. She lost that claim long ago, but her symbolic importance has only grown.
Kaci Hickox risked her life to help the suffering in West Africa, but instead of thanks she was isolated upon returning—and will remain so in Maine. How we’re sending the wrong message.
In a world where the dead feed upon the living, many have been shaken out of their faith. They need something to believe in. Rick Grimes is that something.
A former Ebola patient calls the forcible isolation of returning health-care workers from West Africa a ‘police state approach.’ But U.S. public health regulations appear to allow it.
Even Mitch McConnell—running against a woman—is running even among women. What’s going on? Simple. The Democratic women aren’t motivated.
Exorbitant rents, the rise of Brooklyn, lazy millennials. NYC is having its worst year in restaurant closures, and only one thing is certain: its epicurean reign is in trouble.
By introducing telenovela culture, ‘Jane the Virgin’ allows itself to be taken as satire, even as it genuinely milks outlandish plot points and overblown romantic narratives.
After a divorce and a canceled TV show within two months of each other, Eliza Coupe talks about landing the role of her dreams with the new USA legal comedy, ‘Benched.’
From the gay Republican battling the Iraq War veteran Democrat in Massachusetts to the scandal-tarred Florida candidates and a possible blue pickup in deep-red Nebraska, what to watch.
The Arkansas Republican who may be the state’s next senator once wanted to send James Risen up the river. But now that Risen is a target of Obama’s DOJ, Cotton has gone mum.
Forget about the battle for control of the Senate and ugly congressional fights—the real story this cycle is a handful of moderate Republican governors cruising to reelection.
The Democrats are running hard on protecting Social Security this election. And while the strategy is tiresome and unoriginal, it’s not without its merits.
The Sesame Street icon embarks on a magical confectionary quest
Unlike well-behaved visitors to our fair island, Taylor Swift seems intent on staying over interminably—complaining about ex-boyfriends and trying to explain what a bodega is.
Were Israeli soldiers so haunted by what they saw and did in the last Gaza War that they took their own lives? What role did their zealous commander play?
A Moscow aquarium admitted to hiding the presence of two orcas for months and animal-rights activists say the creatures have been kept in rusty cages and abused.
A new twist in the cynical media operations of so-called Caliphate has a hostage “reporting” from the embattled town on Syria’s border.
Is Cary Agos headed for a breakdown? ‘The Good Wife’ star Matt Czuchry on his juicy story arc, what’s next for Cary, and all those rumors about Kalinda leaving the show.
The New Jersey governor insists his quarantine policy is still intact even as the first person isolated at Newark airport flies home and threatens a lawsuit.