While the Academy Awards have traditionally been a movies show, this year, says David Carr and A.O. Scott, Oscars producers have made a television show using social media and an engaging host.
David Carr and A. O. Scott discuss the kickoff to this year s Academy Awards ceremony with the host Ellen DeGeneres and the night s first winner Jared Leto.
After the grind of her first Oscar season, Lupita Nyong o won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. It wasn t a surprise for David Carr or A. O. Scott, but that doesn t mean it s not cool.
In addressing crises in Ukraine, Syria and elsewhere, President Obama seems to be drawing on the memory of old-time superpower struggles, says Sam Tanenhaus.
Carnival is celebrated not just in Brazil.
Watch scenes from a deadly bus crash in the eastern Prachin Buri province of Thailand.
From Michelle Obama to Michael Moore to Marlon Brando (or not Marlon Brando), the Oscars have a long political history, explains Sam Tanenhaus of The Times.
A Russian court placed the opposition leader Aleksei Navalny under house arrest. Mr. Navalny, a critic of President Vladimir V. Putin, said the ruling was baseless.
Secretary of State John Kerry called Russia s foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, to express concerns over military activity in Crimea that could further inflame tensions in Ukraine.
The Times critic Manohla Dargis reviews 'Non-Stop.'
A thematic visual diary of Paris Fashion Week inspired by the essential building blocks of fashion and style.
The Times critic A. O. Scott reviews 'The Lunchbox.'
President Obama spoke about the My Brother s Keeper initiative to help young minority men and shared his own story about past drug use.
Footage from security cameras showed the moment armed men seized Simferopol s Parliament building in Ukraine s Crimea region.
The popularity of white outerwear this winter has been a perfect match for this particularly snowy season.
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