Elaine Stritch, a Hollywood icon best known for her work on stage and in television, has died. She was 89.
According to reports, Stritch died Thursday at her home in Michigan
Brassy-voiced Stritch began her career in the ’40s but her career took off after being nominated for her first Tony in 1962, for her role in Bus Stop. Four more nominations would follow, in 1962 for Sail Away, 1971 for Stephen Sondheim’s Company and 1996 for her role in the revival of A Delicate Balance. In 2002, her…
If you’re not a skittish poodle, chances are you’re looking forward to Fourth of July fireworks. (If you are, congrats! You’re a dog that can read!)
In prep for the big fire shows in the sky taking place across this land we call the U-S of A, we’ve scoured the dry, weedy parts of our memories for the ten best fireworks displays we’ve ever seen … from our couch
Special honoree: the greatest fireworks scene ever
Thanks to an unanimous Supreme Court decision on Wednesday, police officers will no longer be allowed to search your cellphone after an arrest without a warrant — a ruling hailed as “groundbreaking” and “big win for digital privacy.”
The ruling concerning two separate but similar cases could have far-reaching implications on digital privacy, according to experts. The judges argued that cellphones, unlike other physical objects, hold an inordinate amount of personal, private, information and,…
If you thought the World Cup was only a showcase for the best soccer on Earth, think again. It’s also a diverse festival featuring some of the greatest names you’ll ever see or hear
With coaches submitting their final 23-man World Cup rosters to FIFA on Monday, the final field for the tournament (barring any catastrophic injuries) is set in stone
We took a spin through all 32 World Cup rosters and picked one of the most…
Breaking with its long-held policy of refusing to negotiate with terrorist organizations, the White House has agreed to release five Taliban prisoners held at Cuba’s Guantanamo Bay detention camp in exchange for U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who has been held by the Taliban in Afghanistan since June 30, 2009
The peaceful transfer of Bergdahl into the hands of American special-operations forces took place on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. ET
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If vengeance were bottled up and made to drink, it might have a sweet, fruity finish with a slightly bitter aftertaste. That is, of course, if it came from the land of Westeros.
Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, New York has had major success with its series of Game of Thrones-inspired beer, and its back with its fourth installment: Valar Morghulis, meaning “all men must die” in the fictional language of Valyrian.