The author reflects on her classic 1967 novel, its 1983 film adaptation and its legacy today
The new eight-part series tries to humanize its notorious central character, whose athletic prowess was later overshadowed by his actions outside the ring
Fed up with the lies and anti-Semitism, a California businessman partnered with a lawyer to prove that the murder of 6 million Jews was established fact
Seen as preteens, the future tennis sensations loved each other as much as they loved the sport
A new television special hearkens back to the nearly 50 years of Christmas thievery from the Dr. Seuss classic
Historian Damion Thomas speaks about what made the NBA All-Star 'brilliant'
The beloved Christmas short story may have been dashed off on deadline but its core message has endured
As the spooky clan makes a new appearance on the big screen, a look back on the mystery of their longevity
Rumors ran wild as white mobs assaulted black residents who in turn fought back, refusing to be intimidated
Designed to be apolitical, the attraction offers whiz-bang tech without the agency's brutal past
The movie showcases the famed comedy duo at the twilight of their illustrious careers
While digitization of old newspapers has led to a statistical renaissance in baseball archives, the stories of those who played the game are being lost
Director Chris Weitz explores the 1960 hunt for Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in the new feature film
The prodigious puppeteer looks back at his most beloved creations, from Grover to Fozzie Bear
Although it features few of the usual Muppets, ‘Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas’ brings the holiday spirit to the whole family
The true story behind the new movie, "Goodbye Christopher Robin"
Hidden in a Basement for 70 Years, Newly Discovered Documents Shed Light on Jewish Life and Culture Before WWII
The 170,000 pages found might be “the most important collection of Jewish archives since the Dead Sea Scrolls.”
Fifty years ago, author E.L. Konigsburg wrote her children's literature classic that highlighted the wonder of museums
The best spies won’t leave behind an evidence trail, but then how will audiences know what’s true and what’s fiction?
For the famed showrunner, TV has always been a chance to make the political personal
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