Thief, Michael Mann’s first theatrical feature, is a fascinating cultural document for anyone interested in the auteur of alpha males. In it we find seeds of future triumphs and sprouts of lifelong obsessions—not to mention a compelling story brought to life by a first rate filmmaker still finding his footing.
More than 130 House lawmakers signed onto a letter sent Tuesday to the American Studies Association (ASA), criticizing the academic organization for its recent boycott of Israeli universities and academic institutions.
Leading chief executive officers of the Business Roundtable laid out their economic agenda for 2014 on Wednesday, including fiscal stability and business tax reform that they said would lead to much-needed economic growth.
Turkish police on Tuesday raided the offices of an al Qaeda-linked charity group responsible for organizing the 2010 Gaza flotilla that caused a deadly international incident.
The chairman of the House Armed Services Committee and two senior committee members voiced concerns Monday about China’s first test of a new high-speed missile vehicle.
JERUSALEM—Israel hailed Ariel Sharon as the most formidable warrior in Israel’s history and a political leader whose decisiveness is sorely missed in a time of drift following his death this weekend.
The federal government had a record number of data breaches in 2012, revealing sensitive personal information of its employees across multiple agencies, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO).