Darryl McDaniels, a founding member of Run-DMC, has funded a new comic-book series, DMC, that is put together by a diverse staff, which is reflected in its characters.
San Francisco, which has a chance to win its third title in five years, seized the lead with a three-run first inning against James Shields and cruised to victory.
A Polish man paralyzed from the chest down can use a walker and has some leg sensation after a novel treatment, a report says, but some experts warn against premature conclusions.
The eccentric scion of a prominent Dallas family that made a fortune in oil, Mr.
Even as Tunisians have approved a new constitution and the country has one of the Arab world’s most educated populations, militants are recruiting more openly than ever before.
A day after a grand jury disclosed that it had indicted Michael G. Hubbard on 23 felony ethics charges, Mr.
Vodka stars at this spot, where the menu includes more than 50 brands of the spirit, as well as a selection of small plates meant to complement a night of imbibing.
Marijuana is legal in some states and under some circumstances, and can now be munched and drunk as well as smoked. How does that change the way we talk about it with our kids?
The Louis Armstrong House Museum in Queens is displaying rare items from the collection of Jack Bradley, a longtime friend of Armstong’s.
As writers have long known, checking into luxurious lodging — even in your home city — is a glorious escape and its own kind of holiday.
Almost 70 years after Jackie Robinson integrated baseball, the upstart Royals are using the same formula that made Robinson and his Negro leagues team, the Kansas City Monarchs, so compelling.
“Nation to Nation,” focusing on treaties, indicates a new, more historically serious direction for exhibitions at the National Museum of the American Indian.
Soldiers said a shootout with gang suspects had led to the deaths in June, but a commission on human rights disputed that account.
The school board made the move in response to hazing and abuse allegations against players on the New Jersey team.
Ebola is wiping away the small gains made in war-scarred parts of West Africa, potentially threatening the hard-won stability in a tinderbox part of the world.
Mr. Bradlee, a quintessential newspaper editor, supervised The Washington Post’s exposure of the Watergate scandal that led to the resignation of President Richard M. Nixon.
Strong third-quarter results at Yahoo ended a long pattern of declines.
Regulators are said to be discussing fortification of a critical area of cybersecurity: outside vendors, including law firms, accounting and marketing firms and even janitorial companies.
Sam, the first openly gay player to be drafted by the N.F.L., spent seven weeks on the Cowboys’ practice squad after being released in training camp by the Rams.
The employer mandate was supposed to take effect at the beginning of this year.
The European Parliament awarded the doctor its highest human rights accolade for a campaign to end the use of mass rape as a weapon of war.
Some timekeeping enthusiasts have a new-found respect for the technicians who construct their prized possessions after attending a watchmaker’s workshop in Manhattan.
A report showed that misdemeanor arrests for marijuana possession were about as frequent as last year, and that many involved “openly displaying” minuscule amounts of pot.
The city’s Fire Department has agreed to drop a requirement for all skyscrapers to have flat tops, clearing the way for visions of a more inspiring skyline to rival New York or Chicago.
Allison M. Macfarlane, the agency’s first geologist, said she would become the director of the Center for International Science and Technology Policy at George Washington University.
The tools to target the most valuable segments of the electorate are slowly being put to use.
Sweden launched a search team of 200 personnel aboard ships, helicopters and minesweepers to scour the Baltic Sea in search of an unidentified foreign vessel.
A tremendous amount of thought and effort has gone into the food, drinks and design at the chef Ryan Tate’s farm-to-table restaurant, Blenheim.
In places where the faithful once gathered you can now see a concert, take a class and sip a microbrew.
Cybersecurity monitoring groups and security experts said iCloud users in China may have given away login information to a third party.