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  • Woody Allen Responds: 'I Did Not Molest Dylan'

    In an open letter to the New York Times, which will appear in the paper's Sunday Review, Woody Allen has responded to the 1992 molestation allegations from his ex-partner Mia Farrow and their children Ronan and Dylan Farrow. Read his full response below:...
  • New MOCA director Philippe Vergne prompts cautious optimism

     New MOCA director Philippe Vergne prompts cautious optimism
    The Museum of Contemporary Art continues to take steps toward pulling itself out of a deep, nearly six-year slump that almost sank the once widely acclaimed institution. With $100 million in endowment pledges and an ambitious plan to up that ante by 50%,...
  • Marty Plissner, Longtime CBS News Political Director, Dies at 87

    Marty Plissner, the longtime political director of CBS News, died Thursday of lung cancer. He was 87. Plissner is credited with, a half-century ago, coining the phrase "too close to call," heard often ever since during tight vote counts. He was known...
  • 'Ride Along' to drive to top. Analyzing Oscar nominations.

    'Ride Along' to drive to top. Analyzing Oscar nominations.
    After the coffee. Before beating this slightly sore throat into submission. The Skinny: My colleague is on injured reserve with a bad cold and now my throat is bothering me. So I'm guzzling down meds because I'm not spending this weekend at home...
  • 10 things you might not know about mascots

    10 things you might not know about mascots
    Debates both silly and serious are raging over mascots. In the silly category is the uproar over Clark the Cub, recently invented to promote the ballclub at Clark and Addison. Critics have nitpicked various aspects of Clark, including a drawing in which...
  • Martin Scorsese's 'New York Review of Books' Docu to be Shown at Berlinale

    LONDON -- Martin Scorsese and David Tedeschi's untitled documentary about the New York Review of Books has been added to the Berlin Film Festival's Berlinale Special line-up, where it will be shown as a work in progress, followed by a discussion with...
  • Go Away With ... Julie Chu

    Go Away With ... Julie Chu
    Julie Chu is the forward for the U.S. Women's National Ice Hockey Team. A seasoned hockey veteran, the Harvard graduate is proud to be representing the United States at the Sochi Olympics, which will be her fourth Winter Games. Chu, 31 -- who already...
  • 'Shoah's' Claude Lanzmann returns to 'The Last of the Unjust'

    'Shoah's' Claude Lanzmann returns to 'The Last of the Unjust'
    When your previous work includes what is widely considered to be the definitive documentary on the Holocaust, how do you follow that up? French filmmaker Claude Lanzmann has returned over the years to the material that went into the making of his 9 1/2-...
  • Robert B. Reich: Why conservatives would rather address poverty than inequality

    With polls showing that a majority of Americans now believe inequality has grown over the past decade, and favor tax increases on the wealthy to expand help to those in need, conservatives want to change the subject. Those with presidential ambitions say...
  • Dylan Farrow Responds to Woody Allen: 'Nothing He Says or Writes Can Change the Truth'

    The back-and-forth volleys among the Woody Allen and Mia Farrow families continue as Allen's adopted daughter Dylan Farrow has released a statement responding to Allen's piece published Friday online in the New York Times Sunday review section. In the...
  • Cate Blanchett Caught in the Woody Allen Crossfire

    With Oscar voting scheduled to begin next Friday, the 1992 molestation charges against "Blue Jasmine" director Woody Allen couldn't have resurfaced at a worse time. The Sony Classics feature is nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Actress...