The artist Margaret Keane surprised the cast of Big Eyes and herself by showing up at the premiere of the new movie based on her stranger-than-fiction life.
A readers asks whether farmed fish is better than no fish.
On his late night show on Comedy Central, Stephen Colbert made fun of news, and he made news. New York Times journalists bid farewell to the blow-hard character he created.
Anne Dowling, a former member of the U.S. Ski Team, runs Ridge Street Wine in Breckenridge, Colo.
Sam Roberts of The New York Times heads to a construction site to sound test a new kind of jackhammer, which promises to be more quiet than traditional pneumatic models.
The New York Times film critics review Annie, Winter Sleep and Mr. Turner.
Christopher Nolan discusses a sequence from his film.
In 1998, Deborah Berebichez fell for Neer Asherie, in part, over a shared love of physics. That love also quickly broke them apart until a chance online encounter 15 years later.
In galactic nurseries like the Orion Nebula, clouds of gas and dust mingle, birthing new stars and planetary systems. The ALMA radio telescope made a recent observation of possible planets being born.
Turn yourself into Santa this season with holiday-themed apps: Santify, Santa s Bag and Talking Santa.
After years of increases, home prices in China have begun to drop. It s good news for buyers, bad news for residents of the Xixi Moho apartment complex whose building was abandoned by developers.
Smaller on the outside, bigger on the inside, the Fit will not make the competition happy.
The president outlined the steps the United States would take to end an outdated approach and begin to normalize relations with Cuba.
Virgin America is the cream of the crop when it comes to high-tech in-flight entertainment, says tech columnist Molly Wood. Travelers can have wifi and free satellite television, all from their seat.
Nestled along France s border with Germany, Strasbourg has a Franco-Teutonic core of canals and cobbled lanes where visitors can sample Alsatian cuisine and find innovative bars, shops and art.
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