Lena Dunham, who has a huge following among young women, is out with a book of essays that focuses on some of the same themes as her hit show, "Girls."
Former Defense Secretary and CIA director Leon Panetta is promoting his new book and criticizing his former boss, President Obama, over his handling of world conflicts.
How can spouses divide the tax credits they receive when they buy different health plans from an insurance marketplace? And what do they tell the IRS?
The songwriter and guitarist of the Baltimore jam band The Bridge has stepped out on his own.
The Minnesota band easily switched gears from blistering bluegrass to airy folk-pop during a recent sold-out show in Boston. Watch Trampled By Turtles perform the title song from the new Wild Animals.
Brazil recently surpassed the U.S. as the world capital of plastic surgery. All these nips and tucks don't raise an eyebrow in a country where the women flaunt, rather than hide, having work done.
The CW's remake of The Flash has an affection view of super-history, resting comfortably among the many version of many heroes already born.
Joined by special guests Pedrito Martinez (percussion) and Chucho Valdes (piano), the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra premieres new music by Wynton Marsalis inspired by Afro-Cuban religious practice.
Founded in 1979, WBGO is a publicly-supported cultural institution that champions jazz to a worldwide audience.
The host of Jazz Night In America is also one of the premier bass players of his generation.
Jazz at Lincoln Center entertains, enriches and expands a global community for jazz through performance, education, and broadcast.
Sean Sherman plans to open a restaurant serving food inspired by what was eaten in the Great Plains prior to the arrival of European settlers. Discovering those ingredients has been half the battle.
Weather permitting, on Wednesday morning you'll be able to see the second lunar eclipse visible in North America in a series of four that runs through next year.
Glen Weldon and Linda Holmes sit down for a little chat about flats in Paris, bad jokes, and wanting to live abroad but still be at home.
Earlier, Islamic State militants had raised its black flag over the border town's eastern gate.
Also: A federal appeals panel upholds Wisconsin's voter ID law; dengue fever kills six and infects 20,000 in China; and New Mexico builds a "singing road" to encourage motorists to slow down.
The nurse had been treating a 75-year-old priest who was infected in Liberia. Health officials say as far as they know, the nurse always wore a protective suit.
Why measuring learning, not time, is the next big thing in higher ed.