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What do you call a royal selfie? A 'one'-sie perhaps?
Two months after her abrupt exit from the Gray Lady, the former executive editor delivered a speech about how different Obama is from Bush—and why she was dismissed from her post.
It was a long, tactical (don’t call it boring) night in São Paulo, but Lionel Messi & Co. finally found a chink in the Dutch armor.
The striking German actress on the improved Season 2 of ‘The Bridge’ and whether or not she’s ever seen her partner Joshua Jackson’s Dawson’s Creek. [Warning: Some spoilers.]
When the threat from terrorism is mounting, Matthew Olsen, the chief of the National Counter-Terrorism Center, has announced his resignation.
Coincidence or foul play? In a shocking new twist to the triple murder that left two Iraqi girls orphaned, French investigators have revealed a suspicious death that may provide new leads.
In Israel, life goes on under Iron Dome. The Hamas missiles blow up in the air, sometimes. And even if they don’t, the fear becomes banal.
The Republican candidate for Senate in Iowa is supportive of the Speaker of the House moving forward to kick the president out of office.
A movement is underway to tell the grocer to drop Eden Foods, which seeks to quit covering all birth control and preventative services for its employees.
A stunning new Senate report shows nearly half of schools haven’t looked at a single case of rape and 20 percent don’t investigate all the incidents they report to the feds.
The latest Snowden leak is big news, but old news: civil-rights leaders spied on because of who they are. But why didn’t I make the list?
He’s handsome, ridiculously buff, and armed with one of those toothpaste-commercial smiles. Chris Kohrs is the hot cop fighting crime in San Francisco’s historic gay neighborhood.
Vatican City — When Cardinal George Pell, the Holy See’s new Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy, addressed the Vatican press corpson Wednesday to lay out the new economic framework for the universal Catholic Church and introduce...Show More Summary
The Nigerian-American novelist’s first novel (now published here after ‘Open City’) shows a writer finding his way but already fearless, nimble, and surprising.
And Kirsten Dunst swears she's a feminist.
His “racially charged” tweets got him fired, but shock jock Anthony Cumia says he wouldn’t have done anything differently, from photographing an African-American woman against her wishes to the social media firestorm that followed.
Poor BritBrit is being ravaged by critics after a track leaked of her vocals sans auto-tune, once again surfacing the debate over whether she can sing at all. (Actually, she can.)
How did this not happen sooner?
Prince William told his dad that he should be flattered to be described as 'buff' today, as he went diving in a pool in central London at anevent where Charles was formally handing over his presidency of the British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) after 40 years to William
The best way for Obama to expose Boehner’s gimmicky lawsuit? Countersue! Never heard of Rule 11 in civil procedure? Well, read on.