She left behind a baby boy, an estranged lover, and a custody case that would challenge progressive New York
From cash-hungry strippers to protesters dressed as vaginas, your gonzo guide to the Republican National Convention
An intriguing email invite just came my way while I was sitting around pinching my nippies: "I am a Women's and Gender Studies professor at the University of Miami and a Topfreedom activist since 1996. Quite simply, Topfreedom is the right for women to be bare-chested any time/place a man can take ... More >>
Photo courtesy Jake KleinJake Klein, lover of bone marrow and white wine The Morrell Wine Bar (1 Rockefeller Plaza, 212-262-7700) is one of the city's great spots for downing a glass or two -- its extensive list boasts more than 2,000 different bottles. Pairing food with wine can be tricky, t ... More >>
Do Not Drink? It was too good to be true - the idea that you could drink massive amounts of diet soda and suffer no ill consequences. The NY Post reports today on a University of Texas medical school study that shows that people who drink diet sodas are 70% more likely to suffer an increase ... More >>
The substance has helped addicts kick heroin, meth, and everything in between. Is it the trip that does the trick?
His fingerprints are all over the recent economic collapse
Nationwide Children's Hospital tells us that "Kids' Headaches, Migraines Increase as New School Year Begins." We are much more surprised to learn that "more than a third of children suffer from recurrent headaches." They counsel that kids "get plenty of sleep and minimize caffeine intake." Ma ... More >>
Top Pentagon lawyer Alberto Mora risked his career arguing against Guantánamo abuses. Now hes an Obama man.
The infamous Prison Camp ain't dead yet
The onetime Hollywood A-lister climbs back in the ring with Darren Aronofsky's latest
Obama's strategy makes her spurn Bill's Cuban advances and embrace Bush and the GOP's anti-Castro right.
Do we have to pick just one? Kenny Heller won't admit it, but he could make a case for the title if he hadn't been disbarredfor obnoxious behavior.
Ibogaine enthusiasts get bad vibes from conspiracy arrests
Addicts may get new lives, as clinical studies of exotic, controversial ibogaine are set to resume
Soldier, jailer, hero, myth: the rise and fall of Bernard Kerik