The musical adaptation of Robert James Waller's bestseller is graced with lush music and great voices, but not quite enough tears
Luckily it's already a hit
Toshio Tamogami lost the race for the Tokyo governorship, but his strong showing has galvanized the country's ultra-nationalists
Atomic fusion could produce limitless energy—but scientists haven't been able to harness it. But a novel experiment suggests it could be achievable
Two years ago, I visited a school in Brooklyn called P-TECH, the Pathways in Technology early college high school, which seemed very much like the future of...
(SEOUL, South Korea) — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry arrived in Asia on Thursday on a mission aimed largely at easing tensions between China and its smaller...
The 3-D animated comedy gives 2014 its first monster hit — and George Clooney did O.K. too
President Barack Obama said Tuesday there is no country where the United States has committed not to engage in espionage.
The Sochi opening spectacle tells the story of Russia--blowing past some awkward parts--and NBC tries to keep up.
The Winter Olympics' opening ceremony was a Russian party mostly intended for a Russian audience
Inequality is the big economic topic of the moment—everyone from the Pope to New York mayor Bill DeBlasio to global leaders at the recent World Economic Forum in...
He’s the “biggest troublemaker in Asia.” That was the assessment of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe by China’s Ambassador to the African Union Xie Xiaoyan, as...
B-1 bomber doomed when wayward part sliced open a fuel line during wing sweep in mid-flight
Mikhail Kalashnikov, the Soviet general who designed the ubiquitous automatic weapon that now bears his name, died Dec. 23 at the age of 94. Iterations of the...
Archaic laws complicate the return of looted works of art to their rightful owners.
Air Force fears some of its bunker busters won’t
The U.S. has declared such zones for decades, but Beijing’s is different
From the long-distance perspective of an American, Asia looks like one of the world's most peaceful places. And it is—for the moment. But when Vice President Joe...
Aided by global warming, the potentially deadly mosquito-borne virus is spreading around the world to an alarming extent
U.S. and Afghanistan agree on draft pact allowing U.S. troops to remain