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A nanny suspected of stabbing two young children to death in a luxury apartment near Central Park was in critical condition Friday with apparently self-inflicted injuries.
When a car crashed in his front yard, Jeff Gordon tweeted a photo of the vehicle stuck in his hedges.
In addition to writing in every imaginable medium from poetry to fiction to librettos, Gertrude Stein is well-known for nurturing the careers of some of America's biggest writers. Less well-known is Stein's impact on the visual arts.
Temperatures more suited for the spring couldn't keep hundreds of people from lacing up their skates for the opening weekend at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden Ice Rink.
In this, his 17th novel, George Pelecanos proves once again that his knowledge of Washington, D.C., its streets, its neighborhoods and, especially, a certain stratum of its people is unparalleled. Also as usual, he writes like an angel - an angel with dirty hands, but an angel nonetheless.
The lady with the crazy hat is back, 106 years after she scandalized Parisians. Nearby is another woman of scandal, reclining naked, her body strangely contorted and tinted blue.
A riveting classic that underperformed during its initial 1951 stateside run receives a long-anticipated digital reincarnation with the Criterion Collection's remastered double-disc edition of Billy Wilder's prescient, hard-hitting press expose Ace in the Hole ($39.98). It's our ...
He said that perspective doesn't change how he races on the track and insists drivers don't think of their occupation as being any more dangerous than someone with a 9-to-5 office job.
Those are the kind of moments the four-time series champion is treasuring these days, and he said he's had no greater joy then celebrating his July win at Pocono with his wife and two children.