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The weekend conference in St. Petersburg suggests the emptiness of the Kremlin’s ideology, which really is nothing more than with Putin or against him.
Charles doesn’t like Andrew’s proximity to scandal, and Andrew doesn’t like Charles trying to edge him off center stage. Now the two aren’t even on speaking terms.
Hillary Clinton can’t stop talking about the Clinton Foundation everywhere she goes because at the end of the day, they believe the good works outweighs the shady foreign money.
Did you hear about the man who entered New Orleans’ airport with explosives and a machete? No? Well, you would have if he’d been Muslim.
The Texas senator is about to learn that evangelical appeal only takes you so far in the GOP.
Motivated by jealousy over Bill Clinton’s cash haul, Tony Blair has used his nomination as a Middle East peace envoy to enrich himself and JP Morgan, a new book claims.
The sacking of journalist Carmen Aristegui raises serious questions about President Peña Nieto’s commitment to press freedom—after she raised serious questions about him.
Sean Penn’s The Gunman is only the latest example of a middle-aged star battling the elements. Why are we so enthralled by these badass dads raging against the machine?
The prevailing opinion is we have to look to the past for the days when hip-hop stirred the political pot. But a new generation of rappers has plenty to say—and we need to listen up.
In Kumiko, The Treasure, the Zellner brothers examine an urban myth about a young Japanese woman who died while supposedly on a quest for buried treasure in Minnesota.
Trauma and its deleterious effects are often associated in the popular imagination with veterans. A new book shows that it actually affects large swaths of the population.
Two popular fitness gurus are going head-to-head in Australia’s Supreme Court in a vicious defamation suit that seems more toxic than life-enhancing.
The British thesp's first Late Late Show was a perfectly pleasant hour—and a stronger debut than Seth Meyers and Jimmy Fallon before him. (And yes, we could understand his accent.)
Lee Kuan Yew, who died Monday at 91, created a model authoritarian society in Singapore—but a faltering economy and a younger generation craving change are two reasons it won’t last.
The new documentary It’s Me, Hilary: The Man Who Drew Eloise is Lena Dunham’s loving ode to Eloise, the celebrated children’s books about a girl living in New York’s Plaza Hotel.
Brit James Corden takes over the ‘Late, Late Show’ on Monday night, with early, negative rumblings about his accent. Sorry, America: We don’t all speak like ‘Downton Abbey.’
Twenty-five years ago, tuberculosis was ravaging vulnerable populations in New York. Here’s how the city beat back the deadly disease.
From the alleged rapist's existence to her injury, major facts about "Jackie's" story could not be corroborated by evidence.
They swore they ‘hacked military servers’ to threaten U.S. troops. Actually, these self-proclaimed ISIS whiz kids basically cobbled together information that was already online.
Nearly two years after “All-American Boy” made him a viral star, Steve Grand is releasing his first album—and still embracing his distinction as country’s first out gay artist.