The criticism of Mr. Dylan came from Per Wastberg, a writer and member of the Swedish Academy that awards the honor. His comments were reported by a Swedish newspaper.
Mr. Guest, whose new movie is about men and women who caper and cavort as sports mascots, discusses his films and the quirks that make people feel alive.
The film star’s return to Broadway in Lanford Wilson’s “Burn This” has been postponed.
The F.B.I. has faltered recently in adding female agents and putting more women into senior management, which the bureau has agreed is a problem.
Clearer skin may depend in part on eating a diet full of whole foods without too much sugar — along with a rainbow of fruits and vegetables.
The potential union would probably face heavy scrutiny from government regulators.
An alternative to hydrofluorocarbons for use in cars’ air-conditioners has far less impact on global warming but raises concerns about safety as well as cost.
To make it easier to sift through data on proteins, a composer and a biologist turned them into music, an approach that could have many applications.
Turn on any college football game and it’s a safe bet that many of the best players will be wearing uniforms with low numbers, which have become a status symbol.
The writer describes her craft as a way of slowing down time, and reveals what inspires her.
The deal will probably face a much sterner regulatory review than the Comcast-NBC Universal merger in 2009.
How a viral music video featuring a defiant and adorable little girl stood up to the anti-Latino rhetoric of the Trump campaign, and haters in general.
Mr. Trump went to Gettysburg, Pa., for what was supposed to be a major policy speech. He spent much of it dwelling on grievances.
Dozens of extra analysts have been dispatched to Iraq to pore over data that could offer insight into the group’s operations and future terror plots.
Individual state dynamics, candidate quality and a last-minute spending spree have had as much to do with the shifting prospects as the top of the ticket.
A headline on a story about a man sentenced to just two months for assaulting his 12-year-old daughter did not convey the depravity of the crime.
The screenwriter Max Landis, son of John Landis, has strong opinions about showbiz, and he isn’t shy about expressing them, in person or online.
How Khalil Rafati, a former addict, started a wildly successful SunLife juice chain in Malibu, the toughest of markets.
Schoolteachers and others who pursue careers of service in exchange for modest paychecks get lightly regulated retirement plans that often charge excessive fees.
Briton, Jamaican, mother, writer, female: on becoming whole with one of this generation’s most vital literary voices.
Mr. Meaney, who impersonated famous singers from the charity hit song “We Are the World,” also appeared regularly on television shows, including “Saturday Night Live” and “30 Rock.”
The attack on the web’s infrastructure laid bare new vulnerabilities linked to our reliance on cameras, smart thermostats and the rest of the internet of things.
A three-minute clip of Mr. Trump boasting about groping women appears to have prompted a change in consciousness that usually takes decades.
The territory for great values in wine is $15 to $25. Many wines are cheaper, but few of those are distinctive.
A half-dozen tough races could well determine which political party has control of the Senate.
Once known as a bastion of social conservatism, Scotland has changed dramatically in a generation, not least through the election of gay candidates.
Organizations supporting Mrs. Clinton have raised nearly $200 million, defying expectations that conservatives and corporations would dominate spending.
The new multimedia piece, at the Abrons Arts Center, was based on the producer Anne Hamburger’s experience with placing her son in wilderness therapy.
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