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Story Matthew McConaughey reflects on the film industry while Steve McQueen, Lupita Nyong'o and Pharrell Williams talk about their experience at the annual luncheon for the Oscar nominees, hosted by the Academy in Beverly Hills. (Feb. 11) AP Video
The Winter Olympics for me will always be Franz Klammer in '76, attacking the downhill like a man whose good sense has fled the room, taking it to the edge of spectacular failure because taking it to the edge was the only path to gold he had.
Cash began the process of exploring her family and their history through music on her 2006 release Black Cadillac, which looked at the deaths of her parents. She followed that with 2009s The List , an album comprised of covers of her father's
The Asia-Pacific Pivot and Trans-Pacific Partnership Thomas Friedman once said the hidden hand of the market needs the hidden fist of the military. The TPP and the Obama administration's Pacific Pivot pack both...This follows a successful push on
Wiping out malaria is a top goal for many leaders in global health. Fewer people are dying now from the mosquito-borne disease than at any other time in history. "And there's a very, very strong belief now that malaria can be eliminated," says Joy
It may seem like a ludicrous idea today, but if this early 20th century food movement had been successful, the swamps of Louisiana might be filled with hippos, who would feast on the region's invasive water hyacinths and provide meat for America's
December 31, 2013 Lara Vapnyar emigrated to the United States from Russia in 1994, when she was 23. She spoke little English, and has said that she turned to writing only after failing to find other work...Since 2003, she has turned out two
You say, After September 11, critical division in America feels and sounds like religious division...One of them is that I think that increasingly the left has conceded organized religion to the political right...I'm old enough to remember the black
In the commemoration of fifty years since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, journalists have spent a great deal of time ascertaining the president's legacy. In addition to remembering his pivotal role in reshaping the Cold War in West
Publishers are hoping shoppers will give cookbooks as gifts this holiday season, and if the deluge on our food desk is any indication, there are plenty of wonderful choices. Here are just a few that we think friends and family members would enjoy...