Matthew Kassel's New York Observer piece about his frustrations with online dating is sad, endearing, and very good.
Iraq veteran and rookie Montana Senator John Walsh (not the America's Most Wanted guy) was appointed in Max Baucus's spot earlier this year with the hope that he could hold on to the seat for Democrats in November using his military bona fides.
A special session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva began today with Navi Pillay, the High Commissioner for Human Rights, calling for an investigation of possible war crimes by both Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
This week The New Yorker relaunched its website, opened up its archives since 2007 to non-subscribers, and announced a forthcoming metered paywall.
A 22-year-old Danish teaching student arrested last month on the suspicion of sexually abusing 13 children is at the center of a ugly dispute that's turned Midtown's International Preschools into a battleground between parents, administrators, police, and prosecutors.
Rebel leader Alexander Khodakovsky told Reuters that his men did, in fact, get a Buk missile system like the one that shot down MH17 via Luhansk, another breakaway territory near Donetsk.
Jealousy seems like a pretty human emotion, requiring as it does both some relatively complex cognitive hardware and tangled relationships we don't usually associate with most other species.
When all of the veteran executives at Si Newhouse's megapublisher eventually end their runs, there's a safe bet to be made about who will still be standing.
You had to know this was coming.The mayor, on family vacation in his motherland, enjoyed a pizza in Naples today, making a point by consuming it with utensils."I will continue to express my own culture in my own way and when I get a pizza like that, I'm going to ...
There’s just no peace in the skies over rebel-controlled areas in southeastern Ukraine. Government and pro-Russia rebel forces, who finally agree on something, both reported that rebels shot down two Ukrainian fighter jets.
Every week, New York Magazine writer-at-large Frank Rich talks with contributor Eric Benson about the biggest stories in politics and culture.
Is August over yet? At least when it comes to finance and domestic politics, that month’s typical ennui has already set in, and how.
Texas Senator Ted Cruz made a guest appearance of sorts on Sunday's episode of True Blood on HBO and he's not pleased about it.
New Yorkers pride themselves on their insularity, their ability to let others go about their day undisturbed even when packed body-to-body on the train.
At least 47 people are dead after a TransAsia Airways plane crashed during an attempted emergency landing in Taiwan's Penghu Islands today.
Senior U.S. intelligence officials have a verdict on Russia's involvement in the MH17 tragedy, and it's a relatively good one for Russia.
Following the Eric Garner tragedy on Staten Island, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton expects some changes.
Here's the latest gossip from the surprisingly catty world of Sunday morning talk shows: According to Page Six, Meet the Press plans to replace host David Gregory soon after the midterms, as viewership has dropped 43 percent since he took the job.
A year ago, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced with much fanfare that he was forming an investigatory panel, known as the Moreland Commission, to address reports of rampant corruption in Albany.
The NYPD doesn't think that the placement of two white American flags on top of the Brooklyn Bridge last night has anything to do with terrorism, but it's definitely not thrilled about yet another stunt involving a security breach at a New York landmark.