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Radical New West Side Story Paints an Angry Young America

In spring 2016, Belgian theater director Ivo van Hove was in New York, preparing his Broadway production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible.

China to deploy 'undercover robot spies' who will blend into human population

Dr Ian Pearson predicts undercover robot spies that look human will be deployed by countries around the world for surveillance, blending into

Bernie crowd boos Hillary in NH

Hillary Clinton remains the foil for Bernie Sanders supporters.

Actor Michael Douglas, former mayor of Gary, Indiana, woo Wisconsin voters for Bloomberg

Actor Michael Douglas played a Wisconsin governor turned president in the movie “The American President,” but on Saturday he played a support

Bette Midler Takes Trump’s Video Seriously: ‘If He Wins Again, He Will Rule You Until He Dies, You Die, Or Both’

 “I think you are being serious.... and that makes it all the more hilarious.”

Abortion is the worst kind of power trip. Here's why.

We live in a dangerous era where the value of human life is fickle. Abortion is legal, easily accessible, and highly encouraged by our societ

Painting showing Hitler as Cain displayed in Berlin museum

A 1944 painting by German artist George Grosz that depicts Nazi leader Adolf Hitler as the Bible’s fratricidal Cain went on display at the Ge

An entire school district in Ohio was shut down for two days this week after nearly 600 students called in sick, the district’s superintendent said.

An entire school district in Ohio was shut down for two days this week after nearly 600 students called in sick, the district’s superintenden

Republicans hopeful Senate will acquit Trump in impeachment trial as early as Friday

A Democratic push to force Republicans to accept witnesses at President Donald Trump's impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate appeared to be f

Fire Erupts at Barrington Plaza High-Rise Apartment Building Near Brentwood for 2nd Time Since 2013

A fire erupted 25-story apartment building on L.A.'s westside Wednesday morning that was the scene of a destructive blaze just six years ago,

She fractured her spine after the car ran a red light. Uber said she signed away her rights to a jury trial.

When you download Uber’s app, you agree that you’re older than 18, that you’re not using a stolen credit card to pay your driver, and — if yo

House Democrats conceal testimony of 18th witness from Trump team

Rep. John Ratcliffe: 'The reason it hasn't been released is it's not helpful to Adam Schiff'

Romney trying to 'appease the left' with impeachment witnesses

Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) on Monday lashed out at fellow GOP Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) over his apparent openness to call witnesses as part

Here We Go: Susan Collins Says Reports on Bolton Book Leak ‘Strengthen Case for Witnesses’

Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) released a statement Monday morning about the leak to the New York Times of alleged details in a book manuscript by

Grassley Letter Asks Whether Taxpayers Paid Russian Agent To Help Start The Collusion Hoax

On Wednesday, Sen. Chuck Grassley’s office released a letter he penned to James Baker, the director of the Office of Net Assessments for the

Prince Andrew has provided 'zero cooperation' in Epstein probe

Andrew, who has denied allegations he had sex with a teenage girl trafficked by Epstein, has said he would assist in any investigation relate

Breaking precedent, Trump to attend Washington anti-abortion march

Donald Trump will become the first U.S. president to attend the annual “March for Life” to be held in Washington on Friday, organizers said,

No Music, No Parties, No TV: A Tourist Paradise Gets Dull to Keep Crowds Away

Only the toughest trekkers used to know about Jibhi’s Himalayan views and valleys.

Jeff Bezos hack: Amazon boss's phone 'hacked by Saudi crown prince'

The Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos had his mobile phone “hacked” in 2018 after receiving a WhatsApp message that had apparently been sent from

As virus spreads, anxiety rises in China and overseas

Face masks sold out and officials at airports and train stations checked passengers for fevers as China on Tuesday sought to control the outb