Mr. Hill’s first novel, a piece of social satire called “The Nix,” already has admirers in high places.
Performing on hovering platforms as cameras projected views of him, Mr. West was simultaneously host and reveler at his “Saint Pablo” concert in Indianapolis.
Migrants from Africa have volunteered to help residents in areas of central Italy that were struck by a deadly earthquake this week.
Two top executives, along with other board members, are leaving, saying projects with Cuba betray the institution’s local mission.
The vote for a British exit from the European Union felt crushing to the Scots. But despite everything, another independence referendum feels far away.
The Council of State, the highest court in the French administrative justice system, ruled that the prohibition in Villeneuve-Loubet violated civil liberties.
I dreaded wearing it in middle school. Not anymore.
Policing women’s right to wear swimwear.
The settlement, still subject to a federal judge’s approval, is meant to address lost sales and the declining value of Volkswagen dealerships.
A woman was told to remove her headscarf and shirt on a beach in Nice, France. The incident has sparked protest against the country’s “burkini” ban.
We wanted to better understand the modern museumgoer. So we went to the Met Breuer exhibition “Unfinished: Thoughts Left Visible” and talked to visitors.
For some of the smallest mountain towns, where homes have been leveled and lives lost, displaced residents face the possible elimination of the towns themselves.
The authorities are hounding the whistle-blower doctor in the doping scandal and spinning elaborate conspiracy theories — anything but admitting their own misdeeds.
The projects competing for best video this year — including those from Beyoncé, Drake, Justin Bieber and Kanye West — suggest a new maturity for the form.
The Turkish military seemed to be succeeding in its broader aims of clearing the border area of Islamic State militants and preventing Kurdish militias from taking more territory.
Every day we lose more frames from beloved old films. Preservationists are rushing to save them before a crucial part of cultural history is lost.
It’s held up well in a lot of ways, says Alek Keshishian, who chronicled the singer’s “Blond Ambition” tour in the 1991 concert film and documentary.
The author, most recently, of “Another Brooklyn” loved “The Little Match Girl” as a child. First, “I cried for a week. Then I was done and ready to go out and change the world!”
Based in Paris, she made fashions for women, like herself, who were proud of their pregnancies, sophisticated about sex and too busy to fuss over the latest fads.
Another 264 people had been hospitalized and dozens more injured, officials said, but with hundreds of people unaccounted for, the count was expected to rise.