Mulaney (Fox, Sundays) seems like something a dutiful student might have produced for his final project in his “Tropes and Themes in the 1990s Sitcom” class.
Neil Patrick Harris revealed to Seth Meyers on Late Night Wednesday evening that at his wedding to David Burtka in Italy, guests were given special tasks to complete at the ceremony.
A man is being treated in isolation in Hawaii for what health officials say is a potential Ebola case, local ABC affiliate KITV reported Thursday, though he could be sick with some other ailment.
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Famed public intellectual Cornel West, whose new book Black Prophetic Fire is a re-examination of key black political figures through a different lens, was initially a big supporter of Barack Obama and appeared with him during his first presidential campaign.
The Islamic Republic of Iran put its best face forward at the annual gathering of the U.N. General Assembly in New York City last month. In a room where Iran’s last President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, reliably delivered anti-American tirades, his successor, Hassan Rouhani, spoke in friendlier tones.
When Alan Cumming arrives for brunch at a café not far from his apartment in Manhattan’s East Village, he’s wearing a blue baseball cap with a big white yes on the front.
After spending her teen years in a girl group called the Stunners, singer-songwriter Tinashe earned a cult following on the basis of three acclaimed mixtapes, which swapped the commercial pop of her origins for moody, experimental R&B.
The director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday they are monitoring a Liberian man found to have Ebola in Dallas, as well as anyone he may have come into contact with.
Netflix has signed a deal with Adam Sandler to star in and produce four films that will premiere exclusively to subscribers of the online-streaming juggernaut.
The deal with Sandler, a longtime comic actor with as many critics’ flops as hits to his name, appears poised to catapult Netflix into a new era of serving not just as a warehouse for movies but also as a bonafide producer of them.
Health authorities have identified 80 people who have come into contact with the first confirmed Ebola patient or his family, NBC reported Thursday.
When Marina Silva was a child, living with six sisters and a brother in a wooden shack deep in the Amazon rain forest, her father, a rubber tapper, would listen to Voice of America and the BBC Portuguese service on his radio.
A Long Island high school junior died late Wednesday after colliding with an opponent in a varsity football game.
Tom Cutinella, a junior at Shoreham-Wading River High School who plays guard/linebacker on the school’s football team, was pronounced dead after sustaining a head injury in the third quarter of the afternoon game, Newsday reports.
If polar bears and Snow Dogs weren’t enough to make you want to move to Alaska, consider this: You can get paid thousands of dollars a year just for living there.
Joining Coca-Cola and Dr. Pepper Snapple Group via the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), the PepsiCo CEO has promised to reduce by 20% the number of calories Americans consume in soft drinks by 2025–despite skepticism from Wall Street.
Football players from Tulane University in New Orleans posted a video online this week pledging to “help end violence against women on college campuses” and calling on others to do the same.
The recipe for a film with award ambitions is as simple as boiling an egg. Choose a fact-based story depicting Justice first outraged, and then triumphant, and add an Oscar winner for pedigreed spice.
With Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests entering their fifth day, retailers are starting to feel the squeeze on their businesses.
“We’ve lost 20% to 30% of our sales so far this week,” says William Yan, manager at La Suisse Watch Co.
The lose or erosion of an individual’s sense of smell may signal impending death, according to a new study.
Researchers at the University of Chicago found 39% of subjects who failed olfactory sense tests died within a five-year period, compared with 19% of subjects with moderate smell loss and just 10% who retained a healthy sense of smell.
A Florida police officer is under investigation after he was caught on camera firing a Taser into the back of a 62-year-old woman.
Terry Mahan of the Tallahassee Police Department was with colleagues responding to reports of brazen narcotics sales on Tuesday afternoon when the incident occurred.
About a third of medical and nursing students in developing countries have no intention of working in their homeland, according to a new study.
During the Ebola outbreak, one of the greatest challenges to containment has been the limited number of health care workers.
A lawyer representing more than a dozen celebrities whose personal and sometimes nude photos were stolen and shared on the Internet issued a scathing letter to Google that accuses the tech giant of helping the images spread and threatens a $100 million lawsuit.
GoldieBlox, the engineering toy company for girls whose promotional video went viral last year, will have its own balloon in this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. “The Girl-Power Spinning Machine,” which is designed to showcase engineering principles, will float down the streets of New York City alongside beloved floats like Snoopy, Garfield and Spider-Man.
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On Ebola’s Trail
U.S. health officials were working Wednesday to determine whether the first diagnosis of Ebola on American soil is an isolated case—or whether the patient may have infected others.
Here’s a dispatch from the hazy frontier of law enforcement: On an afternoon in June, Joe Golec, a 32-year-old cop from Northampton, Mass., was making a mock DUI evaluation in a sunny classroom at
Salem State University with a group of other cops from around New England.
So no one told you life was gonna be this way. Last spring, your browser and Facebook News Feed filled up with remembrances of Friends after 10 years. Lists! Video!
Your new book Black Prophetic Fire has quite a title. Why that name? I think that we need more fire in our world: people on fire for justice, on fire for freedom.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has brought his broom and thinks it’s a mess.
Thursday marks the birthday of Indian independence hero Mahatma Gandhi, and the nation’s new leader will mark the occasion by giving brooms to the top executives of state-run companies with instructions to sweep the streets.