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First his squad leader’s wife said he attacked her. Then he ‘vigorously groped’ a second alleged victim. His punishment? An apology letter, a demotion—and a likely honorable discharge.
An hour with London escort Kamillah is $450. But for $100 more, she’ll enter into a nikah mut’ah—a temporary marriage that some Shia say makes sex outside of marriage permissible.
Jason Collins and Conner Mertens, the first active NBA star and college football player to come out, respectively, open up about the unique struggle closeted athletes face.
Adam Horovitz, a.k.a. Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys, opens up about his fine performance in Noah Baumbach’s new film While We’re Young, the state of NYC, and his uncertain future.
These beautiful islands are once again ruled by a thugocracy and the life of the deposed, democratically elected president is in danger.
Elizabeth Warren is a bold progressive in a party that needs them. But she just might actually have more leverage as a non-candidate.
Conservatives can’t stop gay marriage. But they can stop laws that prevent discrimination. And in Indiana and elsewhere, they’re succeeding.
It might seem un-shocking now, but in 1971 Yves Saint Laurent caused outrage with his ‘Liberation’ collection of wartime-inspired designs.
Blaine Harden recounts the fractured fairy tale origins of North Korea through the stories of the Stalinist tyrant Kim Il Sung and fighter pilot No Kum Sok who fled the kingdom.
Parvez Sharma took the long trip to Mecca with two big secrets: he's recording his journey on his phone, and he has a husband back home.
Even if the Supreme Court sides with the administration in Burwell v. King the GOP will stop at nothing to repeal Obamacare.
He is one of the most reviled figures in history, yet there remains a booming market in the artworks of the teenage Adolf Hitler.
The $400 billion F-35 is supposed to be the key to American air superiority for decades to come. But when it rolls out to frontline pilots, the jet will be anything but imposing.
The creator of the sci-fi TV phenomenon dishes on the series’ long-awaited small screen return for a special 6-episode “event” that begins shooting this June.
Mossad reportedly listened into nuclear talks and used the information to lobby Capitol Hill. Democrats and Republican greeted the news with a big shrug.
As a BRCA1 carrier, Angelina Jolie’s decision to remove her ovaries was smart. But the procedure, which carries severe risks and sparks early menopause, isn’t for the general public.
Jill Ciment’s satirical but ultimately humane new novel conjures a supermold plague that ruins the lives of thousands of Brooklynites in this tragicomedy of errors.
A classic movie is reborn in all its blocky glory
Reuters thought it would be fun to compare President Obama’s approval rating against some fictional presidents. They were wrong.
Bush 41’s secretary of state came out swinging at Israel yesterday. He hasn’t changed—but the Republican Party sure has.