The creator of “A Soldier’s Play” has largely written for black theaters. But now he has the chance to remind the biggest audiences: African-Americans served, too.
The teenager, the second suspect arrested in the case, is believed to have wielded the murder weapon.
A Manhattan investigation had led to charges against Etienne Uzac, who co-owned IBT Media, and another media executive.
A fugitive from Brooklyn, New York, who recently returned from China is under observation for the novel coronavirus at a detention facility in Buffalo, local authorities said.
For some queer women, the original was a first glimpse of lesbianism onscreen. But the new version has a debt to repay, and it knows it.
The red supergiant is no closer to exploding, it seems. It also no longer appears round.
Chinese authorities are using infrared thermometers to screen people for the illness, as the devices have become synonymous with trying to contain deadly outbreaks.
Microphones and cameras lurk everywhere. You may want to slip on some privacy armor.
Our interview with the woman defending Harvey Weinstein.
A proposal to build two huge barriers — one that would connect Norway to Scotland, the other France to England — was described as a warning about the urgency of the climate crisis.
Temperatures in Antarctica were hotter than 68 degrees Fahrenheit for the first time ever last Sunday.
Is romance the most scripted human experience there is?
The French historian Patrick Boucheron joins a list of scholars who have been trying to debunk the stereotype of Machiavelli as a fascist enabler and tyrant whisperer.
The police used an antiterror law to demand information about who leaked crime scene photos that she posted to social media.
Yes, the internet has changed the way we shop. But taken together, other factors have caused greater harm to traditional retail stores, an economist says.