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The Ancient Greeks Had Alternative Facts Too In an age of deepfakes and alternative facts, it can be tricky getting at the truth. But persuading others – or even yourself – what is true is not a...

Major LACMA Donor Suspends Longtime Acquisition Program The Ahmanson Foundation, which has spent $130 million on art, including European masterpieces, for the Los Angeles museum, is moved by fears a redesi...

At New York City Ballet, Swans Use Grit to Find Glory Does the world need this two-act “Swan Lake”? Probably not. But the company’s dancers might. It’s about confidence, determination and, yes, artistry....

JPMorgan raises clean energy spending goals, profit targets unchanged JPMorgan Chase & Co largely maintained its key profit goals for the medium term on Tuesday, signaling steady but slower growth, and raised its financ...

Major LACMA Donor Suspends Longtime Acquisition Program The Ahmanson Foundation, which has spent $130 million on art, including European masterpieces, for the Los Angeles museum, is moved by fears a redesi...

Harvey Weinstein Is Going to Prison. But That’s Just a Starting Point. Now that the movie mogul has been convicted, Hollywood’s culture of secrecy and exploitation — and the cynicism that fuels it — needs to be blown up....

Artists Explore the Many Uncanny Valleys of Tech Work From San Francisco's de Young Museum to the pages of a new wave of memoirs, the creative class grapples with the role of human labor in the tech indu...

Pakistan-India crossing is a ‘Corridor of Hope’, UN chief says, wraps up visit with call for interfaith dialogue UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Tuesday said he had been moved by the show of religious unity he had witnessed in Pakistan after paying visi...

NASA Selects Proposals for Student Aeronautics, Space Projects NASA has awarded more than $39.8 million through the agency’s National Space Grant College and Fellowship Project to increase student and faculty eng...

The Ancient Greeks Had Alternative Facts Too In an age of deepfakes and alternative facts, it can be tricky getting at the truth. But persuading others – or even yourself – what is true is not a...

Major LACMA Donor Suspends Longtime Acquisition Program The Ahmanson Foundation, which has spent $130 million on art, including European masterpieces, for the Los Angeles museum, is moved by fears a redesi...

The Artist Beneath the Art Forger A show of portraits by Elmyr de Hory is a celebration of the man as an artist as well as a forger. Will it bring a recognition that eluded him in his...

Colleges balk at DeVos’ proposed free speech regulations Trump administration taps 190 colleges for Work-Study pilot program — Education Department settles lawsuit with ABA over public service loan forgiven...

NASA Selects Proposals for Student Aeronautics, Space Projects NASA has awarded more than $39.8 million through the agency’s National Space Grant College and Fellowship Project to increase student and faculty eng...

U.S.C. Offers Free Tuition to Students Whose Families Make $80,000 or Less Recognizing the high cost of living in California, the university will also no longer include the value of a home in the calculation used to determin...

Major LACMA Donor Suspends Longtime Acquisition Program The Ahmanson Foundation, which has spent $130 million on art, including European masterpieces, for the Los Angeles museum, is moved by fears a redesi...

Harvey Weinstein Is Going to Prison. But That’s Just a Starting Point. Now that the movie mogul has been convicted, Hollywood’s culture of secrecy and exploitation — and the cynicism that fuels it — needs to be blown up....

Artists Explore the Many Uncanny Valleys of Tech Work From San Francisco's de Young Museum to the pages of a new wave of memoirs, the creative class grapples with the role of human labor in the tech indu...

Pakistan-India crossing is a ‘Corridor of Hope’, UN chief says, wraps up visit with call for interfaith dialogue UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Tuesday said he had been moved by the show of religious unity he had witnessed in Pakistan after paying visi...

NASA Selects Proposals for Student Aeronautics, Space Projects NASA has awarded more than $39.8 million through the agency’s National Space Grant College and Fellowship Project to increase student and faculty eng...

U.S.C. Offers Free Tuition to Students Whose Families Make $80,000 or Less Recognizing the high cost of living in California, the university will also no longer include the value of a home in the calculation used to determin...

Is Broadway Stuck on Replay? With this season promising so many revivals and touring productions, our critic wonders whether it’s possible for audiences to treat them as exciting...

Is Broadway Stuck on Replay? With this season promising so many revivals and touring productions, our critic wonders whether it’s possible for audiences to treat them as exciting...

Is Broadway Stuck on Replay? With this season promising so many revivals and touring productions, our critic wonders whether it’s possible for audiences to treat them as exciting...

The Invisible Man review – Elisabeth Moss brings murky thriller to life A reliably committed lead performance ignites a mostly enjoyable, often timely, take on the HG Wells story that falls apart in the final actWhile som...

The Artist Beneath the Art Forger A show of portraits by Elmyr de Hory is a celebration of the man as an artist as well as a forger. Will it bring a recognition that eluded him in his...

Colleges balk at DeVos’ proposed free speech regulations Trump administration taps 190 colleges for Work-Study pilot program — Education Department settles lawsuit with ABA over public service loan forgiven...

NASA Selects Proposals for Student Aeronautics, Space Projects NASA has awarded more than $39.8 million through the agency’s National Space Grant College and Fellowship Project to increase student and faculty eng...

U.S.C. Offers Free Tuition to Students Whose Families Make $80,000 or Less Recognizing the high cost of living in California, the university will also no longer include the value of a home in the calculation used to determin...

Caroline Herschel, Co-Discoverer of the Universe Caroline Herschel is famous for being one of the first women to make significant contributions to astronomy. She discovered eight comets and many neb...

On the trail: Buttigieg heckled, Bloomberg and Sanders tussle on vandalism, guns Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg on Monday clashed with front-runner Bernie Sanders over vandalism at Bloomberg's Chicago office and...

U.S.C. Offers Free Tuition to Students Whose Families Make $80,000 or Less Recognizing the high cost of living in California, the university will also no longer include the value of a home in the calculation used to determin...

U.S.C. Offers Free Tuition to Students Whose Families Make $80,000 or Less Recognizing the high cost of living in California, the university will also no longer include the value of a home in the calculation used to determin...

Is Broadway Stuck on Replay? With this season promising so many revivals and touring productions, our critic wonders whether it’s possible for audiences to treat them as exciting...

Is Broadway Stuck on Replay? With this season promising so many revivals and touring productions, our critic wonders whether it’s possible for audiences to treat them as exciting...

Is Broadway Stuck on Replay? With this season promising so many revivals and touring productions, our critic wonders whether it’s possible for audiences to treat them as exciting...

The Invisible Man review – Elisabeth Moss brings murky thriller to life A reliably committed lead performance ignites a mostly enjoyable, often timely, take on the HG Wells story that falls apart in the final actWhile som...

5 books not to miss: 'The Splendid and the Vile,' 'Hood Feminism,' Colum McCann's 'Apeirogon' Erik Larson tells the story of Winston Churchill's triumph over Hitler in "The Splendid and the Vile," and Colum McCann has new novel "Apeirogon." &#...

Pakistan-India crossing is a ‘Corridor of Hope’, UN chief says, wraps up visit with call for interfaith dialogue UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Tuesday said he had been moved by the show of religious unity he had witnessed in Pakistan after paying visi...

Do Fans of Cartoon Porn Stars Hate (Real) Women? The fanbase of Projekt Melody—an anime camgirl and the next step in digital sexuality—may overlap with the more misogynistic corners of the internet....

The Artist Beneath the Art Forger A show of portraits by Elmyr de Hory is a celebration of the man as an artist as well as a forger. Will it bring a recognition that eluded him in his...

Caroline Herschel, Co-Discoverer of the Universe Caroline Herschel is famous for being one of the first women to make significant contributions to astronomy. She discovered eight comets and many neb...

On the trail: Buttigieg heckled, Bloomberg and Sanders tussle on vandalism, guns Democratic presidential hopeful Michael Bloomberg on Monday clashed with front-runner Bernie Sanders over vandalism at Bloomberg's Chicago office and...

U.S.C. Offers Free Tuition to Students Whose Families Make $80,000 or Less Recognizing the high cost of living in California, the university will also no longer include the value of a home in the calculation used to determin...

NASA Selects Proposals for Student Aeronautics, Space Projects NASA has awarded more than $39.8 million through the agency’s National Space Grant College and Fellowship Project to increase student and faculty eng...

Elisabeth Moss: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale hasn’t taken a toll, it has helped me’ The Handmaid’s Tale star on doing her own stunts in The Invisible Man, the symbolic power of Offred’s cape – and working with a demanding dogElisabet...

When a Ballet Director Was Fired, Dance Stars Rallied. Or Did They? In a letter, top choreographers appeared to threaten a French company that fired its artistic director over his treatment of a dancer who had recentl...

‘West Side Story’ Review: Sharks vs. Jets vs. Video Ivo van Hove’s attention-splintering revival of the immortal 1957 musical features new choreography, a ravishing orchestra and smothering visual effe...

New Evidence: Lost Queen Nefertiti May be Hidden in King Tut's Tomb! Is there or isn’t there a hidden chamber, or chambers, connected to King Tutankhamun’s tomb? Just when we think the story reaches a conclusion a new ...

5 books not to miss: 'The Splendid and the Vile,' 'Hood Feminism,' Colum McCann's 'Apeirogon' Erik Larson tells the story of Winston Churchill's triumph over Hitler in "The Splendid and the Vile," and Colum McCann has new novel "Apeirogon." &#...

Pakistan-India crossing is a ‘Corridor of Hope’, UN chief says, wraps up visit with call for interfaith dialogue UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Tuesday said he had been moved by the show of religious unity he had witnessed in Pakistan after paying visi...

Do Fans of Cartoon Porn Stars Hate (Real) Women? The fanbase of Projekt Melody—an anime camgirl and the next step in digital sexuality—may overlap with the more misogynistic corners of the internet....

The Artist Beneath the Art Forger A show of portraits by Elmyr de Hory is a celebration of the man as an artist as well as a forger. Will it bring a recognition that eluded him in his...

Pericles: The Charismatic and Powerful Politician of Ancient Greece On the eve of his conception sometime in 495 BC, Pericles’ mother Agariste dreamed of giving birth to a lion. It was then, months later, Pericles was...

Number of Homeless Students Rises to New High, Report Says The report found that more than 1.5 million public school students experienced homelessness in the 2017-18 school year, the highest in more than a do...

Number of Homeless Students Rises to New High, Report Says The report found that more than 1.5 million public school students experienced homelessness in the 2017-18 school year, the highest in more than a do...

Colleges balk at DeVos’ proposed free speech regulations Trump administration taps 190 colleges for Work-Study pilot program — Education Department settles lawsuit with ABA over public service loan forgiven...

Elisabeth Moss: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale hasn’t taken a toll, it has helped me’ The Handmaid’s Tale star on doing her own stunts in The Invisible Man, the symbolic power of Offred’s cape – and working with a demanding dogElisabet...

She Found Carson McCullers’s Love Letters. They Taught Her Something About Herself. In “My Autobiography of Carson McCullers,” Jenn Shapland describes how studying the novelist, who died in 1967, helped her reckon with her own identi...

NASA Selects Proposals for Student Aeronautics, Space Projects NASA has awarded more than $39.8 million through the agency’s National Space Grant College and Fellowship Project to increase student and faculty eng...

Elisabeth Moss: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale hasn’t taken a toll, it has helped me’ The Handmaid’s Tale star on doing her own stunts in The Invisible Man, the symbolic power of Offred’s cape – and working with a demanding dogElisabet...

When a Ballet Director Was Fired, Dance Stars Rallied. Or Did They? In a letter, top choreographers appeared to threaten a French company that fired its artistic director over his treatment of a dancer who had recentl...

‘West Side Story’ Review: Sharks vs. Jets vs. Video Ivo van Hove’s attention-splintering revival of the immortal 1957 musical features new choreography, a ravishing orchestra and smothering visual effe...

New Evidence: Lost Queen Nefertiti May be Hidden in King Tut's Tomb! Is there or isn’t there a hidden chamber, or chambers, connected to King Tutankhamun’s tomb? Just when we think the story reaches a conclusion a new ...

Chichen Itza's Shadows: Unexpected Light Shed on Ancient Maya What we see is not always what we expect, whether from nature or man-made. This is often true with archaeological remains of cities or human settleme...

Pakistan-India crossing is a ‘Corridor of Hope’, UN chief says, wraps up visit with call for interfaith dialogue UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Tuesday said he had been moved by the show of religious unity he had witnessed in Pakistan after paying visi...

The Artist Beneath the Art Forger A show of portraits by Elmyr de Hory is a celebration of the man as an artist as well as a forger. Will it bring a recognition that eluded him in his...

Pericles: The Charismatic and Powerful Politician of Ancient Greece On the eve of his conception sometime in 495 BC, Pericles’ mother Agariste dreamed of giving birth to a lion. It was then, months later, Pericles was...

Number of Homeless Students Rises to New High, Report Says The report found that more than 1.5 million public school students experienced homelessness in the 2017-18 school year, the highest in more than a do...

Number of Homeless Students Rises to New High, Report Says The report found that more than 1.5 million public school students experienced homelessness in the 2017-18 school year, the highest in more than a do...

Colleges balk at DeVos’ proposed free speech regulations Trump administration taps 190 colleges for Work-Study pilot program — Education Department settles lawsuit with ABA over public service loan forgiven...

Elisabeth Moss: ‘The Handmaid’s Tale hasn’t taken a toll, it has helped me’ The Handmaid’s Tale star on doing her own stunts in The Invisible Man, the symbolic power of Offred’s cape – and working with a demanding dogElisabet...

She Found Carson McCullers’s Love Letters. They Taught Her Something About Herself. In “My Autobiography of Carson McCullers,” Jenn Shapland describes how studying the novelist, who died in 1967, helped her reckon with her own identi...

Colleges balk at DeVos’ proposed free speech regulations Trump administration taps 190 colleges for Work-Study pilot program — Education Department settles lawsuit with ABA over public service loan forgiven...

She Found Carson McCullers’s Love Letters. They Taught Her Something About Herself. In “My Autobiography of Carson McCullers,” Jenn Shapland describes how studying the novelist, who died in 1967, helped her reckon with her own identi...

USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list ranks the 150 top-selling titles each week based on an analysis of sales from U.S. booksellers.    ...

Do Fans of Cartoon Porn Stars Hate (Real) Women? The fanbase of Projekt Melody—an anime camgirl and the next step in digital sexuality—may overlap with the more misogynistic corners of the internet....

Hilary Mantel: ‘I’ve got quite amused at people saying I have writer’s block. I’ve been like a factory!’ As the long-awaited final volume of her Thomas Cromwell trilogy is published, the twice Booker winner discusses her writing life and why she wants to...

Chichen Itza's Shadows: Unexpected Light Shed on Ancient Maya What we see is not always what we expect, whether from nature or man-made. This is often true with archaeological remains of cities or human settleme...

Pakistan-India crossing is a ‘Corridor of Hope’, UN chief says, wraps up visit with call for interfaith dialogue UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Tuesday said he had been moved by the show of religious unity he had witnessed in Pakistan after paying visi...

The Artist Beneath the Art Forger A show of portraits by Elmyr de Hory is a celebration of the man as an artist as well as a forger. Will it bring a recognition that eluded him in his...

‘West Side Story’ Review: Sharks vs. Jets vs. Video Ivo van Hove’s attention-splintering revival of the immortal 1957 musical features new choreography, a ravishing orchestra and smothering visual effe...

Colleges balk at DeVos’ proposed free speech regulations Trump administration taps 190 colleges for Work-Study pilot program — Education Department settles lawsuit with ABA over public service loan forgiven...

She Found Carson McCullers’s Love Letters. They Taught Her Something About Herself. In “My Autobiography of Carson McCullers,” Jenn Shapland describes how studying the novelist, who died in 1967, helped her reckon with her own identi...

USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list ranks the 150 top-selling titles each week based on an analysis of sales from U.S. booksellers.    ...

Do Fans of Cartoon Porn Stars Hate (Real) Women? The fanbase of Projekt Melody—an anime camgirl and the next step in digital sexuality—may overlap with the more misogynistic corners of the internet....

Hilary Mantel: ‘I’ve got quite amused at people saying I have writer’s block. I’ve been like a factory!’ As the long-awaited final volume of her Thomas Cromwell trilogy is published, the twice Booker winner discusses her writing life and why she wants to...

Do Fans of Cartoon Porn Stars Hate (Real) Women? The fanbase of Projekt Melody—an anime camgirl and the next step in digital sexuality—may overlap with the more misogynistic corners of the internet....

USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list ranks the 150 top-selling titles each week based on an analysis of sales from U.S. booksellers.    ...

Lost Medieval Chapel Unearthed 370 Years After Destruction The mysterious 14th century Bek’s Chapel that was lost at the beginning of the English Civil War has been rediscovered and excavated at Auckland Cast...

Greece says Marbles' return not linked to Brexit talks Greece distanced itself on Wednesday from suggestions that it planned to drag a centuries-old dispute over the return of the Parthenon marbles into B...

Artemis Student Challenge: NASA Selects University Teams to Build Technologies for the Moon’s Darkest Areas The selected teams will develop ways to collect data in and around permanently shadowed regions, generate wireless power for future infrastructure, e...

‘West Side Story’ Review: Sharks vs. Jets vs. Video Ivo van Hove’s attention-splintering revival of the immortal 1957 musical features new choreography, a ravishing orchestra and smothering visual effe...

Number of Homeless Students Rises to New High, Report Says The report found that more than 1.5 million public school students experienced homelessness in the 2017-18 school year, the highest in more than a do...

Do Fans of Cartoon Porn Stars Hate (Real) Women? The fanbase of Projekt Melody—an anime camgirl and the next step in digital sexuality—may overlap with the more misogynistic corners of the internet....

Do Fans of Cartoon Porn Stars Hate (Real) Women? The fanbase of Projekt Melody—an anime camgirl and the next step in digital sexuality—may overlap with the more misogynistic corners of the internet....

USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list ranks the 150 top-selling titles each week based on an analysis of sales from U.S. booksellers.    ...

Lost Medieval Chapel Unearthed 370 Years After Destruction The mysterious 14th century Bek’s Chapel that was lost at the beginning of the English Civil War has been rediscovered and excavated at Auckland Cast...

Greece says Marbles' return not linked to Brexit talks Greece distanced itself on Wednesday from suggestions that it planned to drag a centuries-old dispute over the return of the Parthenon marbles into B...

Artemis Student Challenge: NASA Selects University Teams to Build Technologies for the Moon’s Darkest Areas The selected teams will develop ways to collect data in and around permanently shadowed regions, generate wireless power for future infrastructure, e...

From New York to Barcelona, a Poet With His Eye on Politics In his third collection, “Living Weapon,” Rowan Ricardo Phillips invokes superheroes and hard-boiled crime to grapple with gun violence, climate chan...

‘West Side Story’ Stalemate: Bernardo’s Staying. So Are Protesters. What is the proper punishment for #MeToo-era infractions? Demonstrators have been calling for Amar Ramasar’s removal from the cast because of his rol...

Eisriesenwelt Cave, Home of the Legendary Ice Giants The Austrian Alps are renowned for their beauty and of course for winter sports, such as skiing. There are also a number of important caves in the co...

Number of Homeless Students Rises to New High, Report Says The report found that more than 1.5 million public school students experienced homelessness in the 2017-18 school year, the highest in more than a do...

Do Fans of Cartoon Porn Stars Hate (Real) Women? The fanbase of Projekt Melody—an anime camgirl and the next step in digital sexuality—may overlap with the more misogynistic corners of the internet....

Ancient Pictish Hillfort Unearthed In Scotland Helps Kill Dogma Archaeologists digging at an ancient Pictish hillfort, near Dunkeld in Scotland, prove it was an important power center for an elite class....

Tomb of Romulus, King Raised by a Wolf, Possibly Found in Roman Forum! Archaeologists have unearthed a tomb beneath the Roman Forum that they think might be the resting place of the legendary Romulus, founder of Rome....

From New York to Barcelona, a Poet With His Eye on Politics In his third collection, “Living Weapon,” Rowan Ricardo Phillips invokes superheroes and hard-boiled crime to grapple with gun violence, climate chan...

‘West Side Story’ Stalemate: Bernardo’s Staying. So Are Protesters. What is the proper punishment for #MeToo-era infractions? Demonstrators have been calling for Amar Ramasar’s removal from the cast because of his rol...

Eisriesenwelt Cave, Home of the Legendary Ice Giants The Austrian Alps are renowned for their beauty and of course for winter sports, such as skiing. There are also a number of important caves in the co...

In England, Closing a Chapter of Modern Dance Richard Alston’s company is packing it in. (Yes, the culprit is money.) Before the last performances in March, the company will perform in New Jersey...

All Raphael's tapestries return to Sistine Chapel after centuries Putting more masterpieces in Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel to join his ceiling frescoes and Last Judgement wall might seem as superfluous as adding m...

A Ballerina’s Nightmare: ‘Am I More Than Just a Dancer?’ Tiler Peck, the New York City Ballet star, suffered a debilitating neck injury. We follow her arduous path back to the stage in advance of “Swan Lake...

A Ballerina’s Nightmare: ‘Am I More Than Just a Dancer?’ Tiler Peck, the New York City Ballet star, suffered a debilitating neck injury. We follow her arduous path back to the stage in advance of “Swan Lake...

Pakistan-India crossing is a ‘Corridor of Hope’, UN chief says, wraps up visit with call for interfaith dialogue UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Tuesday said he had been moved by the show of religious unity he had witnessed in Pakistan after paying visi...

Review: Roman Dial documents his tragic search for missing child in 'The Adventurer's Son' Roman Dial's new book, "The Adventurer's Son," takes its place among modern accounts of tragic adventure with hard-won wisdom and grace.   ...

Review: Roman Dial documents his tragic search for missing child in 'The Adventurer's Son' Roman Dial's new book, "The Adventurer's Son," takes its place among modern accounts of tragic adventure with hard-won wisdom and grace.   ...

Ancient Pictish Hillfort Unearthed In Scotland Helps Kill Dogma Archaeologists digging at an ancient Pictish hillfort, near Dunkeld in Scotland, prove it was an important power center for an elite class....

Tomb of Romulus, King Raised by a Wolf, Possibly Found in Roman Forum! Archaeologists have unearthed a tomb beneath the Roman Forum that they think might be the resting place of the legendary Romulus, founder of Rome....

English Medieval Hospital Shows Horrors of Black Death The Black Death was one of the greatest disasters in recorded history. New discoveries in a medieval hospital burial ground are revealing new insight...

In England, Closing a Chapter of Modern Dance Richard Alston’s company is packing it in. (Yes, the culprit is money.) Before the last performances in March, the company will perform in New Jersey...

All Raphael's tapestries return to Sistine Chapel after centuries Putting more masterpieces in Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel to join his ceiling frescoes and Last Judgement wall might seem as superfluous as adding m...

A Ballerina’s Nightmare: ‘Am I More Than Just a Dancer?’ Tiler Peck, the New York City Ballet star, suffered a debilitating neck injury. We follow her arduous path back to the stage in advance of “Swan Lake...

A Ballerina’s Nightmare: ‘Am I More Than Just a Dancer?’ Tiler Peck, the New York City Ballet star, suffered a debilitating neck injury. We follow her arduous path back to the stage in advance of “Swan Lake...

Pakistan-India crossing is a ‘Corridor of Hope’, UN chief says, wraps up visit with call for interfaith dialogue UN Secretary-General António Guterres on Tuesday said he had been moved by the show of religious unity he had witnessed in Pakistan after paying visi...

Review: Roman Dial documents his tragic search for missing child in 'The Adventurer's Son' Roman Dial's new book, "The Adventurer's Son," takes its place among modern accounts of tragic adventure with hard-won wisdom and grace.   ...

Review: Roman Dial documents his tragic search for missing child in 'The Adventurer's Son' Roman Dial's new book, "The Adventurer's Son," takes its place among modern accounts of tragic adventure with hard-won wisdom and grace.   ...

Amid global ‘learning crisis’, Parliaments can ensure adequate resources for education, says UN Assembly President Education is the “great equalizer” and Parliaments have a major role to play in scaling up action to ensure that adequate financial resources are all...

NASA to Pay Tribute to Fallen Heroes with Day of Remembrance NASA will honor members of the NASA family who lost their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery, including the crews of Apoll...

English Medieval Hospital Shows Horrors of Black Death The Black Death was one of the greatest disasters in recorded history. New discoveries in a medieval hospital burial ground are revealing new insight...

A Ballerina’s Nightmare: ‘Am I More Than Just a Dancer?’ Tiler Peck, the New York City Ballet star, suffered a debilitating neck injury. We follow her arduous path back to the stage in advance of “Swan Lake...

Celebrating the diversity of radio, the medium people use the most In an era of rapid media evolution, radio still has the power to bring people together and provide communities with vital news and information, the U...

Empathy and Artistry: Rediscovering Dorothea Lange Her indelible images came to represent the Great Depression. Now a revelatory exhibition at MoMA confirms her place in the pantheon of American photo...

Greed is ... good? Why Hollywood can't make its mind up about billionaires Steve Coogan’s take on Philip Green is the latest in a long list of tycoons portrayed on screen, ranging from corrupt tax avoiders to smouldering her...

A Ballerina’s Nightmare: ‘Am I More Than Just a Dancer?’ Tiler Peck, the New York City Ballet star, suffered a debilitating neck injury. We follow her arduous path back to the stage in advance of “Swan Lake...

Celebrating the diversity of radio, the medium people use the most In an era of rapid media evolution, radio still has the power to bring people together and provide communities with vital news and information, the U...

Greed is ... good? Why Hollywood can't make its mind up about billionaires Steve Coogan’s take on Philip Green is the latest in a long list of tycoons portrayed on screen, ranging from corrupt tax avoiders to smouldering her...

5 books not to miss: 'Real Life' by Brandon Taylor, new Charles Finch mystery 'The Last Passenger' Brandon Taylor makes a powerful debut with "Real Life," and Charles Finch releases the third and final book in his Charles Lenox prequel series. ...

Amid global ‘learning crisis’, Parliaments can ensure adequate resources for education, says UN Assembly President Education is the “great equalizer” and Parliaments have a major role to play in scaling up action to ensure that adequate financial resources are all...

NASA to Pay Tribute to Fallen Heroes with Day of Remembrance NASA will honor members of the NASA family who lost their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery, including the crews of Apoll...

Celebrating the diversity of radio, the medium people use the most In an era of rapid media evolution, radio still has the power to bring people together and provide communities with vital news and information, the U...

Caped crusader: who is the real target of Natalie Portman's reply to Rose McGowan? | Catherine Shoard Under fire for ‘tassel campaigning’ at the Oscars, Portman showed restraint and defiance in her riposte – plus mindful respect for women colleaguesIt...

A Ballerina’s Nightmare: ‘Am I More Than Just a Dancer?’ Tiler Peck, the New York City Ballet star, suffered a debilitating neck injury. We follow her arduous path back to the stage in advance of “Swan Lake...

Celebrating the diversity of radio, the medium people use the most In an era of rapid media evolution, radio still has the power to bring people together and provide communities with vital news and information, the U...

Empathy and Artistry: Rediscovering Dorothea Lange Her indelible images came to represent the Great Depression. Now a revelatory exhibition at MoMA confirms her place in the pantheon of American photo...

Greed is ... good? Why Hollywood can't make its mind up about billionaires Steve Coogan’s take on Philip Green is the latest in a long list of tycoons portrayed on screen, ranging from corrupt tax avoiders to smouldering her...

A Ballerina’s Nightmare: ‘Am I More Than Just a Dancer?’ Tiler Peck, the New York City Ballet star, suffered a debilitating neck injury. We follow her arduous path back to the stage in advance of “Swan Lake...

Celebrating the diversity of radio, the medium people use the most In an era of rapid media evolution, radio still has the power to bring people together and provide communities with vital news and information, the U...

Greed is ... good? Why Hollywood can't make its mind up about billionaires Steve Coogan’s take on Philip Green is the latest in a long list of tycoons portrayed on screen, ranging from corrupt tax avoiders to smouldering her...

5 books not to miss: 'Real Life' by Brandon Taylor, new Charles Finch mystery 'The Last Passenger' Brandon Taylor makes a powerful debut with "Real Life," and Charles Finch releases the third and final book in his Charles Lenox prequel series. ...

NEA waits for a proven winner in 2020 race Universities' ties to China under a microscope after Harvard professor's arrest — 'Sudden college closures' on tap for closed-door Education Departme...

Russian artist unveils Putin 'superhero' paintings in Istanbul A Russian artist unveiled four giant paintings of Russia's President Vladimir Putin in central Istanbul on Saturday, saying he wanted to show the goo...

NEA waits for a proven winner in 2020 race Universities' ties to China under a microscope after Harvard professor's arrest — 'Sudden college closures' on tap for closed-door Education Departme...

Russian artist unveils Putin 'superhero' paintings in Istanbul A Russian artist unveiled four giant paintings of Russia's President Vladimir Putin in central Istanbul on Saturday, saying he wanted to show the goo...

Celebrating the diversity of radio, the medium people use the most In an era of rapid media evolution, radio still has the power to bring people together and provide communities with vital news and information, the U...

Caped crusader: who is the real target of Natalie Portman's reply to Rose McGowan? | Catherine Shoard Under fire for ‘tassel campaigning’ at the Oscars, Portman showed restraint and defiance in her riposte – plus mindful respect for women colleaguesIt...

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U.S. warns Israel against 'unilateral' West Bank moves A U.S. envoy warned Israel on Sunday not to declare sovereignty over West Bank land without Washington's consent, pushing back against calls for imme...

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Lost portrait and unpublished letters of Charles Dickens to go on display A lost portrait of Charles Dickens and 25 of his unpublished letters will go on display for the first time after a major acquisition from a private c...

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Lost portrait and unpublished letters of Charles Dickens to go on display A lost portrait of Charles Dickens and 25 of his unpublished letters will go on display for the first time after a major acquisition from a private c...

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The Mystery of the Painting in Gallery 634 New evidence suggests a 17th-century work, on view for years at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was once owned by a Jewish art dealer who fled the Na...

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Dancer Tries to Quell ‘West Side Story’ Controversy: ‘I Am Not a Victim’ Protesters have sought to remove Amar Ramasar from the musical over a photo-sharing scandal, but his girlfriend said she had forgiven him for sending...

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Lost portrait and unpublished letters of Charles Dickens to go on display A lost portrait of Charles Dickens and 25 of his unpublished letters will go on display for the first time after a major acquisition from a private c...

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Archaeologist Busted for Faking Artifacts Showing Jesus Crucifixion Archaeologists stand on trial, accused of faking a collection of holy artifacts including the earliest depiction of the crucifixion of Christ....

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Lost portrait and unpublished letters of Charles Dickens to go on display A lost portrait of Charles Dickens and 25 of his unpublished letters will go on display for the first time after a major acquisition from a private c...

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Lempicka headlines impressionist auction in London Tamara de Lempicka's "Portrait de Marjorie Ferry" is expected to fetch up to 12 million pounds ($16 million) when it comes up for auction in London n...

‘How Am I Going to Dance to This?’ Ratmansky’s New Music Frontier At New York City Ballet, the choreographer Alexei Ratmansky is branching out with an idiosyncratic score by the experimental composer Peter Ablinger....

'Weathering With You' Is an Environmental Power Fantasy The new anime film, from the creators of Your Name, puts the power to stop climate change into individuals' hands. That's where the real make-believe...

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NASA to Pay Tribute to Fallen Heroes with Day of Remembrance NASA will honor members of the NASA family who lost their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery, including the crews of Apoll...

Coding in Namibia: UN supports young women’s computing career dreams Six young women from Namibia are on the path to a career in the field of information and communications technology (ICT), with the support of the UN ...

Religious School Choice Case May Yield Landmark Supreme Court Decision With oral arguments coming on Wednesday, both sides of the long-running fight over vouchers for religious schools are preparing for a watershed momen...

Religious School Choice Case May Yield Landmark Supreme Court Decision With oral arguments coming on Wednesday, both sides of the long-running fight over vouchers for religious schools are preparing for a watershed momen...

Pakistan’s First Social Media Star and the Forces That Enabled Her Murder Sanam Maher’s “A Woman Like Her” tells the story of Qandeel Baloch, a figure of intense fascination and outrage who insisted on living on her own ter...

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‘How Am I Going to Dance to This?’ Ratmansky’s New Music Frontier At New York City Ballet, the choreographer Alexei Ratmansky is branching out with an idiosyncratic score by the experimental composer Peter Ablinger....

Brexit will strengthen European support for return of Parthenon Marbles, says Greek minister Greece will step up its campaign for the return of the Parthenon Marbles from Britain and expects to win more support from European peers as Brexit s...

'American Dirt' book tour canceled over security concerns, publisher expresses 'regret' Jeanine Cummins' promotional tour for her new "American Dirt" book has been canceled because of "vitriolic rancor"       ...

Lempicka headlines impressionist auction in London Tamara de Lempicka's "Portrait de Marjorie Ferry" is expected to fetch up to 12 million pounds ($16 million) when it comes up for auction in London n...

NASA to Pay Tribute to Fallen Heroes with Day of Remembrance NASA will honor members of the NASA family who lost their lives while furthering the cause of exploration and discovery, including the crews of Apoll...

Coding in Namibia: UN supports young women’s computing career dreams Six young women from Namibia are on the path to a career in the field of information and communications technology (ICT), with the support of the UN ...

Deepak Chopra on new 'Metahuman' book: 'What is reality prior to constructs?' It's a messy world, Deepak Chopra says, but his new book "Metahuman" argues we have infinite potential to change it.       &...

NASA Awards $2.3 Million in Fellowships to US Universities for Aviation, Planetary, Space Research NASA has awarded fellowships to 14 minority-serving institutions through its Minority University Research and Education Project (MUREP) and five majo...

Jonathan Groff Is a Seymour at Heart You know him from “Spring Awakening,” “Hamilton” and “Mindhunter.” But he feels most like himself as the nebbishy hero of “Little Shop of Horrors,” a...

India: Climate emergency message resonates at world’s largest literature festival – UN News special report from Jaipur Against the backdrop of India’s famed “pink city” of Jaipur, the world’s largest literature festival hosted the UN’s top representative in the countr...

‘How Am I Going to Dance to This?’ Ratmansky’s New Music Frontier At New York City Ballet, the choreographer Alexei Ratmansky is branching out with an idiosyncratic score by the experimental composer Peter Ablinger....

Brexit will strengthen European support for return of Parthenon Marbles, says Greek minister Greece will step up its campaign for the return of the Parthenon Marbles from Britain and expects to win more support from European peers as Brexit s...

'American Dirt' book tour canceled over security concerns, publisher expresses 'regret' Jeanine Cummins' promotional tour for her new "American Dirt" book has been canceled because of "vitriolic rancor"       ...

*Untitled Goose Game*—From a Goose’s Point of View Being a goose isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. But when these lists magically appear under one of my wings, I revert to a simpler time—it feels like ...

Morrissey ejects anti-far-right protester from Portland concert The protester held two signs, one condemning anti-Islam party For Britain, and another that said ‘Bigmouth indeed’Morrissey has ejected an anti-far-r...

Lessons From Baryshnikov on Robbins (Less Is More) Mikhail Baryshnikov is back at New York City Ballet, coaching Jerome Robbins’s “Opus 19/The Dreamer”: “It’s like not a dancer who is a man. It’s just...

Deepak Chopra on new 'Metahuman' book: 'What is reality prior to constructs?' It's a messy world, Deepak Chopra says, but his new book "Metahuman" argues we have infinite potential to change it.       &...

NASA Awards $2.3 Million in Fellowships to US Universities for Aviation, Planetary, Space Research NASA has awarded fellowships to 14 minority-serving institutions through its Minority University Research and Education Project (MUREP) and five majo...

Jonathan Groff Is a Seymour at Heart You know him from “Spring Awakening,” “Hamilton” and “Mindhunter.” But he feels most like himself as the nebbishy hero of “Little Shop of Horrors,” a...

*Untitled Goose Game*—From a Goose’s Point of View Being a goose isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. But when these lists magically appear under one of my wings, I revert to a simpler time—it feels like ...

Morrissey ejects anti-far-right protester from Portland concert The protester held two signs, one condemning anti-Islam party For Britain, and another that said ‘Bigmouth indeed’Morrissey has ejected an anti-far-r...

Lessons From Baryshnikov on Robbins (Less Is More) Mikhail Baryshnikov is back at New York City Ballet, coaching Jerome Robbins’s “Opus 19/The Dreamer”: “It’s like not a dancer who is a man. It’s just...