It’s been a long, brutal winter, and it’s not over yet. This grim truism has made a lot of people very angry. Sometimes they don’t know what to do with that anger, so they lash out at anybody who seems remotely responsible. Like their local weatherman.
The most remarkable thing about the George Washington Bridge scandal currently roiling the administration of New Jersey’s Republican Governor Chris Christie is just how unremarkable it is for powerful people to be caught out in the open with a trail of troublesome digital correspondence.
Three Studies of Lucian Freud, a triptych painting by the late British artist Francis Bacon, sold on Tuesday at a Christie’s auction in New York City for $142,405,000.
When Mike Grollman flew to Chicago this October to compete in the Chicago Marathon, it was an anniversary of sorts.
Barry T. Smith, 44, spent most of his life collecting comic books.
In a study published Monday by the journal Pediatrics, unpasteurized human breast milk purchased online was found to contain harmful bacteria. What kind of bacteria exactly?
Stan Lee, the comic book legend who co-created such enduring superheroes as Spider-Man and the X-Men, shared plans this week for his latest creation: an Indian superhero named Chakra.
Somebody may have stolen a Norman Rockwell painting worth more than $1 million from a warehouse in Queens, N.Y.?
On Sept. 23, New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced that officials had busted 19 companies after a year-long undercover investigation of criminal practices.
Mickey Drexler, the 69-year-old chief executive officer of J.Crew Group, is a big fan of AMC’s Breaking Bad, the drama about meth kingpins in Albuquerque.
File this one under “Now did this really happen, or are you just telling me the plot of your screenplay?”