Allow us to refresh your memory about an incident in 2003.
Libby Page’s novel is a feel-good story that’s already being turned into a movie.
Come June 8, 2019, the popular fossil hall reopens at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History. It’s been closed for renovations since 2014. The hall’s centerpiece: a remarkably complete T. rex.
Wednesday, July 18, 2018 | “2018 ESPYS” on ABC.
The World Cup soccer final where France defeated Croatia was seen by just over 16 million people in the United States on Sunday.
Meg Myers, “Take Me to the Disco” (300 Entertainment)
Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for July 9-15. Listings include the week’s ranking and viewership.
Marvel Studios is mostly sitting out this year's Con — but DC and Paramount have big projects to unveil.
Accomplished historian Nell Painter went back to school at 64, and it wasn’t always easy.
Mary Jane is back, and so are a whole lot of Spider-Man problems.
In “The Mere Wife,” Maria Dahvana Headley skewers suburban sanctimony while giving the have-nots their due.
Ron Charles reviews "The Mere Wife" by Maria Dahvana Headley, which is a modern-day adaptation of "Beowulf" without the macho hero.
In ‘The Widower’s Notebook’ Jonathan Santlofer finds a gender gap in mourning
In Abbott’s latest, ‘Give Me Your Hand,’ a toxic friendship comes to a head over work in a prestigious lab
President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met in Helsinki on July 16. Late-night hosts Jimmy Fallon, Trevor Noah and others had strong reactions.
Tuesday, July 17, 2018 | “700 Sharks” special on Nat Geo Wild.
Bernardo Atxaga’s genre-blurring book blends travelogues with a dark exploration of fading American empire.
Sandler's live-action big-screen career doesn't have much juice at the moment, but his animated franchise is expected to top $1 billion soon.
In Alexandria, ‘Pippin’ doesn’t get juice from giving the cast cellphones.
Donal Ryan examines trauma in a novel that zips from war-torn Syria to Ireland.
Sometimes no words are needed to satirize current events.
In a madcap thriller, the dynamic duo return to fix what’s gone wrong in the world.
Monday, July 14, 2018 | “Big Sharks Rule” special on Nat Geo Wild.
Pianist Inon Barnatan and the orchestra achieved a brilliant Piano Concerto No. 1.