Having conquered their respective fields, the actress and the journalist are now dealing in publishing and comics, respectively.
For years, players have been valued for their hitting. Now a groundbreaking tool makes it possible to measure how much their defense contributes to a team’s success
A manila envelope led to old-style investigative journalism involving a meeting in a bagel shop and an IBM typewriter.
The North explains a rocket engine test as a moonshot, but intelligence agencies are exploring another option: the beginnings of a missile that could reach the American mainland.
On the visual — and psychological — contradictions of pictures from the road.
The Security Council announced that Mr. Guterres, a former Portuguese prime minister and former chief of the United Nations refugee agency, had unanimous support.
One of the national’s largest supplement makers will conduct advanced DNA testing to ensure its products contain the ingredients listed on the label.
A government panel rejected the critically acclaimed “Aquarius,” starring Sonia Braga, as Brazil’s Academy Awards entry, prompting other directors to withdraw their films.
Kate Shindle will portray lesbian cartoonist Alison Bechdel in the traveling production of the Tony-winning musical while also leading Actors’ Equity.
James Gleick’s “Time Travel: A History” is a fascinating mash-up of philosophy, literary criticism, physics and cultural observation.