Fires in the West dominate headlines, but the single most destructive blaze in U.S. history could occur in the Northeast
Stand-up comedian takes stand against anti-LGBT legislation in southern state
The back-to-the-land movement had a transformative effect on politics in Vermont, where Sanders moved in 1968
Symbolic resolution seeks to raise awareness of "the pornography epidemic that is harming the citizens of Utah and the nation"
The hip-hop musical about our founding fathers is going to clean up at this year’s ceremony — so why is one member of the production sure to go home empty handed?
Broadway smash becomes ninth musical to win prestigious award
From its last major manufacturer to its indie label champion, here's how the jewel of 1980s audio kept its grip on the American music scene
The terrorists behind the killings in Brussels and Paris want to incite hatred between Europe and Muslims — so far, the EU has done little to counter that strategy
Documentary 'First Monday in May' was opening movie at Tribeca Film Festival
An independent team of scientists explains how blood and DNA evidence might have been mishandled
Reggie Cole was falsely imprisoned as a teenager. A decade later, he got a chance to prove his innocence — after stabbing a fellow inmate to death
With a new Showtime series, comic discusses his persona and work with Martin Scorsese and Woody Allen
Singer also talks new 'Disaster!' musical, why she'll never get sick of "I Will Survive"
James McBride delivers a freewheeling and deeply philosophical James Brown bio
From the Grateful Dead to Miley Cyrus, Jesse Jarnow explores psychedelic drugs' pop culture influences in book