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I, spy: New Manhattan attraction offers espionage history
Visitors to a new attraction opening in New York City can learn about the elements of spying, its history and find out what kind of spy they could be
Trump letter from 2005 cites Pamuk, Philip Roth
The letter to the editor was published Sept. 11, 2005, in The New York Times, and its author, responding to a recent book review, seems to be a literary man
Doris Kearns Goodwin's 'Leadership' coming in September
Doris Kearns Goodwin's "Leadership" will be published in September, Simon & Schuster told The Associated Press on Tuesday
Burnished in history: How an AP photo showed the cost of war
Two Americans whose faces were burnished into history in one of the most iconic photographs of the Vietnam War have spoken with media about their experiences for the first time
Why Andrew Garfield was worried about playing Prior in 'Angels in America'
When Andrew Garfield took on one of the most iconic gay characters, Prior Walter in last year’s British stage production of "Angels in America," the actor worried that he wasn't right for the role. "Up until this point, I’ve only been sexually attracted to women," the "Amazing Spider-Man" star
Court considers Cold War secrecy over Muslim surveillance
New York's highest court has heard arguments in a case questioning whether the New York Police Department can use a Cold War-era legal tactic to conceal information about it possibly putting Muslims under surveillance
The Latest: Court considers secrecy over Muslim surveillance
New York's highest court has heard arguments in a case involving whether the New York Police Department can use a Cold War-era legal tactic to conceal information about whether it put Muslims under surveillance
Carrie Coon confirms she and Tracy Letts are expecting their 1st child
"Fargo" star Carrie Coon and husband Tracy Letts, with whom she stars in "The Post," are expecting their first child. Coon, 36, confirmed the news on Twitter Tuesday. "It's true!" she tweeted, posting an article from Us Weekly, which first reported the baby news. It’s true! ‘Fargo's' Carrie Coon Is
The Note: Are 'thoughts and prayers' enough after yet another mass shooting?
The TAKE with Rick Klein This isn’t the week anyone thought it would be. All eyes now turn to a tragedy and mourning in a small town in Texas , not the political dramas that were slated to mark the week and dominate headlines. President Donald Trump , who hoped to make his mark on the other side of
1st look at Lin-Manuel Miranda's new song to support relief efforts in Puerto Rico
Miranda appeared live on "GMA" to discuss the song he wrote to raise funds for the storm-ravaged island.