Children can be cute, giggly and prone to tantrums. But according to China’s top broadcast regulator, what they can no longer be is featured on Chinese reality television. In new guidelines issued by ...
LONDON — The skull of Winnipeg, the bear who inspired “Winnie-the-Pooh,” has gone on display for the first time at the Hunterian Museum in London. In the mid-1920s, A.A. Milne wrote his beloved ...
For the first time in a generation a dancer has made the cover of Time magazine: Misty Copeland, the American Ballet Theater soloist, was chosen as one of the magazine’s “100 most influential people,” ...
“Grim was the world and grey last night/The moon and stars were fled.” So begins “Noel,” one of two previously unseen poems by J. R. R. Tolkien, discovered in a 1936 school annual in England. Stephen ...
Spoilers follow for the season finale of HBO’s “The Jinx.” HBO pioneered a new kind of appointment television on Sunday night: the nationally broadcast murder confession. At least that’s what we ...
A rape scene in Sunday’s episode of “Game of Thrones” has brought renewed criticism to this popular HBO fantasy series, which has previously drawn fire for what some viewers believe is its frequent ...
PARIS — Two rarely seen Rembrandt wedding portraits made their public debut in Paris on Thursday at the Louvre, the start of a permanent rotation of the works between the Netherlands and France, which ...
Drew University, founded in Madison, N.J., in 1867 as a Methodist seminary, is known for its unusually rich collection of rare books and manuscripts, including hundreds of historic Bibles, a 1493 ...
Winter finally arrived on “Game of Thrones” on Sunday, or at least a chilling preview of it, and it was something to behold as the White Walkers finally staggered off of their arctic Iron Maiden cover ...
In October, Marvel Comics introduced readers to a new hero: a female Thor. Since then, the identity of the woman wielding Thor’s mighty hammer has been a secret. But that ends on Wednesday when issue ...
A major fire that threatened to consume one of Russia’s most important libraries was finally put out late Saturday, but scholars are only beginning to assess the damage from the flames, smoke and ...
David H. Koch, a philanthropist who has given millions of dollars to the American Museum of Natural History in New York but whose businesses in energy and other industries have drawn criticism from ...