A reading list of works by perennial favorites, including this year's awardee, Annie Ernaux
Clement Clarke Moore's 200-year-old work"'Twas the Night Before Christmas" is resilient, and surprisingly malleable.
Although there's nothing definitive—yet—there's growing evidence that marijuana is effective in treating PTSD.
Earlier today, the United States harshly criticized Uganda's new anti-gay bill, which aims to punish "aggravated homosexuality" with life imprisonment.
While most of us spend the holiday season trying to do good—or at least trying to avoid doing evil—some people have it out for the Christmas spirit.
Citing people familiar with the case, The New York Times is reporting that New York City is prepared to settle the hundreds of civil rights claims made by protesters who were arrested at the 2004 Republican National Convention.
On last night's WWE Raw, a black 'Good Santa' saved Christmas by heroically crushing a white 'Bad Santa' — and refuting Megyn Kelly's assertion that "Santa just is white."
Bob Dylan's friendship with John Lennon was one-sided and uneasy. Why did he write a moving song about someone who never influenced him?