arts & entertainment
A new documentary from PBS Frontline looks at the FBI's investigation of the 2001 anthrax attacks and asks whether they found the perpetrator.
The 867-5309/Jenny song has survived three decades. Now Jim Keller, the songwriter behind that song is trying to make a comeback.
Hollywood celebrities are making a splash in Russia — and it's not for their blockbuster movies.
Award-winning author Samuel R. Delany reflects on his science fiction writing career, the evolution of the genre and the distinction of sci-fi prose.
O'Reilly, who recently co-authored a new book on Abraham Lincoln, says the president's assassination set America back a hundred years in race relations.
The cult-classic TV show "Arrested Development" is returning, with 9 or 10 TV episodes that would reintroduce all the characters and ultimately lead into a movie.
John Hodgman talks to astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson about the multiverse, ideal space travel scenarios and the trick to explaining dark matter.
Motown Records marks the 50th anniversary since Diana Ross & the Supremes and The Temptations began making music history.
Somali-Canadian musician and writer K'Naan recently returned from Somalia, where he saw the ravages of famine and war, but also found hope for the future.
The organization People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is trying to use porn stars and pornography to campaign for animal rights.