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Leon Panetta, the former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, recounts an agency manhunt for the planners of a 2009 suicide bombing at a desolate base in southeastern Afghanistan that killed seven of its employees.
It was only after Mariana Cooper, a widow in Seattle, found herself with strained finances that she confessed to her granddaughter that she was afraid she had been bilked out of much of her savings.
A half-century ago, 40 bishops from around the world gathered in an ancient Roman church and signed a pledge to forsake worldly goods and live like the neediest among their flock.
When George Zimmer, founder and public face of the retail chain Men’s Wearhouse — “You’re going to like the way you look. I guarantee it.” — was fired two years ago by his handpicked board, there was no sugarcoating the message.
Sir Michael Caine has been named the Greatest Living Movie Star in a new poll.
NYU is known for its alumni, but not many know that famed author Judy Blume is a graduate of the Steinhardt class of 1961.
Eternally foxy Jane Fonda was on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert recently to promote her new movie, Youth, an Italian comedy-drama film about starring two elderly best friends named Fred Ballinger (Michael Caine) and Mick Boyle (Harvey Keitel) who reflect upon the meaning of life while vacationing in the Swiss Alps.
American author Joyce Carol Oates has a considerable following on Twitter but a recent post left many online commenters baffled.
There’s a heartening new trend in cinema: Films that assume that there’s life after middle age. Suddenly AARP-age actors — and, more significantly, actresses — are starring in notable movies that portray seniors (is there a more cloying word?) as vital individuals in flux and working through challenging issues just like anyone else on the […]
He has more money invested in British media assets than Rupert Murdoch and at times has been a more successful investor than Warren Buffett, but the name John Malone still draws blank faces from most people outside the City.
The best praise a playwright can get, David Hare writes in his new memoir, “The Blue Touch Paper,” is for an audience member to come up and say, “The two hours flew by.”
I wrote last week about rising life expectancy: Children born today will most likely live on average to their late 80s, well above the current average life expectancy of 79. You probably think of this as good news, and from most perspectives, it is.