His activism and plight are the subject of a play, a book and a film. Has his life now overshadowed his art?
Ignoring the role played by US actions is dangerously self-flattering and self-delusional...
Is Jill Abramson already on her way to losing the loyalty of the New York Times staff? Or are New York Times staffers just whiny and sexist?
The average orchestra plays, at most, one or two works by women each year. Often, such imbalances arise not because misogyny runs rampant but because only a few slots for new pieces are allotted.
I saw the suspects' mother for facials. She was hard-working but her political leanings made me nervous
American painter Laurel Holloman continues her successful series of European exhibitions, after her first two solo art shows last year in Paris, France, and Venice, Italy; this time on German soil, in the heart of Berlin.
Fresh protests in Delhi against treatment of women after men accused of abducting, raping and attempting to murder girl...
Two very disparate commentators, Ali Abunimah and Alan Dershowitz, both raised serious questions over the weekend about a claim that has been made over and over about the bombing of the Boston Marathon: namely, that this was an act of terrorism.
David Chan, an L.A. attorney, will try any Chinese restaurant once and has the spreadsheet to prove it. He has become a go-to expert for critics.
How a toxic clash of personalities cost NBC’s “Today” its No. 1 ranking. Matt Lauer may yet lead the show back to the top spot, but the morning is tougher now than ever.