Review: This mom's a drag in the lively revival of Sidney Howard's 'The Silver Cord'
Government surveillance reports spark sales for Orwell's '1984,' Huxley's 'Brave New World'
Rare comic book featuring Superman's debut found in walls of Minn. home sells for $175,000
Nobel-winning economist Robert Fogel, whose work on slavery gained national attention, dies
Betsey Johnson, Mo Rocca among judges named for Miss USA pageant in Las Vegas
It's been slightly more than 50 years since the release of the Beatles first album "Please Please Me," and now the Fab Four will take up residence in the nation's capital.
South Africans wish Nelson Mandela well, but also, delicately, talk about possibility of death
Bedtime story: Ringo Starr to turn 'Octopus' Garden' into a children's book
Oprah Winfrey giving $12M to new Washington museum that will document African-American life
Review: Courage and comedy and John Guare himself in the lively '3 Kinds of Exile'