In April, former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez was found not guilty in a high-stakes double-murder trial, thanks to the efforts of his scrappy Miami attorney, Jose Baez — who some call the Johnnie Cochran of the twenty-first century.
From his tiny sanctum in London, the founder of WikiLeaks has interfered with the world’s most powerful institutions.
As the Voyager mission is winding down, so, too, are the careers of the aging explorers who expanded our sense of home in the galaxy.
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After a disastrous few months, Sadiq Khan tries to protect his city’s future.
T. J. Miller knows you think he's crazy for leaving HBO's "Silicon Valley," and he cares not in the least.
Norm Pace has spent his life as an explorer, charting dangerous caves and ushering in the golden age of microbiology.
For decades, he’s been country’s most consistent hitmaker. Can he keep holding on?
The "Star Wars" breakout talks about changing the face of race in space, his new film "Detroit," and getting how-to-be-famous advice from Robert Downey Jr.
After working successfully in comedy for a very long time, he's making a radical career change. And he's making a big bet that you’re ready, too.
In his own words, the "War For The Planet Of The Apes" villain reveals a painful path from "anonymous and poor" to "Cheers," two Oscar noms, a stint in jail, a drunken foursome and lessons learned along the way.
In their desire to see Trump banished, they’ve embraced some unusual bedfellows, like Benjamin Wittes.
“Music written before 1750 or after 1950, that’s my life," Anthony Roth Costanzo says.
Can the king of teens thrive into his twenties? Lil Yachty is breaking all the other rules, so why not?
The strange case of Curtis Dawkins: How a convicted murderer ended up with a major book deal at one of the country's top publishing houses.
Ben Cho was a whimsical, avant-garde fashion designer. He was also Homecoming King.
Fixing Travis Kalanick’s hypermasculine disaster needed a woman’s touch — which is what Huffington is selling.
Joseph Touchette, who is ninety-three, may be the oldest drag queen in New York City.
For two players at distinct points in their careers, the path to the lucrative WTA Tour begins in small towns on the humbling Pro Circuit.
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