Andrew Rannells performs the song Midnight Radio from the musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch, with the show s composer, Stephen Trask, on guitar. Hedwig is on Broadway at the Belasco Theater.
Polar bears have become a symbol of the danger of climate change, but in the Western Hudson Bay, scientists have found that our understanding of climate change may not be as simple as it seemed.
After two failed marriages, Anna March finally found love, security and happiness despite all appearances with her disabled husband, Adam.
Natural antifreeze in the blood of Antarctic fish also keeps ice crystals from normal melting.
Alber Elbaz, the creative director for Lanvin, chats with Vanessa Friedman about how his all-black office in Paris is the only place he feels skinny and beautiful.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. says a main reason for gridlock in Washington is that politics have become too personal.
Some species being displaced by rising global temperatures are not easy to see, but scientists still worry that the impact on ecosystems could be significant.
Stephen J. Bisciotti, the Baltimore Ravens owner, said that if cases similar to Ray Rice s arose in the future, his team would not make the same mistakes.
When Prozac was introduced in 1988, the green-and-cream pill to treat depression launched a cultural revolution that continues to echo.
Ashraf Ghani was declared the winner of the presidential elections after he and Abdullah Abdullah signed a deal on Sunday for a power-sharing government in Kabul.
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators gathered in Manhattan for a rally to demand action on climate change.
New York City bartender Dan Greenbaum created a simple cocktail of mixed rums with a hint of bitters.
Melissa Clark caramelizes lemons and adds them to linguine with parsley and celery leaves.
In the projects of Brownsville, Brooklyn, the New York Police Department s strategy, Omnipresence, is what it says. Despite promises of change, to some it feels like stop-and-frisk by another name.
The celebrated folk singer spent 27 years in New York. Two of his grandchildren, Anna Canoni and Cole Rotante, visit some of the New York locations where he lived.
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