A cheapskate herself, Lauren Weber considers how and why Americans spend.
Honors College, an new American-style university for Palestinians, offers dual degrees from Palestinian and American universities.
Inexpensive home recording equipment helps artists rise from outside the mainstream labels.
Francine Prose tells the story of Anne Frank’s diary: how it come to be written and what happened to it once it appeared in the world.
As stone tablets gave way the codex, the future of reading is digital – but will the e-reader and the e-book change the nature of how we read?
David Coleman Headley lived in two worlds – using a fake name and a fake job to help a terrorist group in Pakistan plan the 2008 Mumbai attack and a potential attack against a Danish newspaper, the FBI says. He pleaded not guilty to conspiracy charges Wednesday.
The lives of a dozen Arab Americans tell the story of an often strained relationship.
New York's federal courts have seen many major terrorist trials since the early 1990s, several involving Al Qaeda-linked operatives.
New York has seen seven major terror trials in the past, the most of any city in America. But residents – both ordinary citizens and elected officials – appear to be split over the decision to try the perpetrators of the 9/11 attacks in the city.