Matthew Barney premiered his newest work, the 6-hour film River of Fundament on Wednesday at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Most victims were "cremated" by a gas explosion on the balloon.
The White House said, "The United States will stand with our Israeli allies, and provide whatever assistance is necessary to identify and bring to justice the perpetrators of this attack."
Never doubt that one little YouTube video can change the world, no matter how imbecilic.
Some in the courtroom wanted a tougher sentence, chanting, "We want honesty! Revolution til victory!"
A judge says that the Egyptian banker who pleaded guilty to fondling a Pierre Hotel maid last year should pay up $350,000 in damages.
Despite the somewhat shark-jumping designation of "The Protester" as Time Magazine's Person of the Year, it's difficult to imagine something that so thoroughly engulfed the public discourse at the end of 2011 as Occupy Wall Street. Click through to see our top five most salient moments of the movement.
Dissent around the world has made Time select "The Protester" as its Person of the Year.
NYC-based Egyptian-American journalist Mona Eltahawy is recovering from a brutal arrest by riot police while she was covering demonstrations near Tahrir Square in Cairo on Wednesday night.
Ilan Grapel, the Queens native who has been held in Egypt since June as an accused Israeli spy, was officially released today.
The TSA is totally checking to see if you have brass knuckles and stun guns in your checked luggage.
Turns out we don't need those bronze dogs and bead collars, after all.
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