Former Secretary of State John Kerry is meeting with for foreign leaders to save the Iran nuclear deal, according to a source briefed on the meetings.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) on Saturday called for an ethics investigation into Rep. Tony Cárdenas (D., Calif.) for allegations he sexually assaulted a minor more than a decade ago.
In his pseudo-intellectual film Manhattan, Woody Allen said he couldn’t go through life without Paul Cézanne’s famous pears and apples. Cézanne himself confidently knew he could make something special out of inanimate objects. “I, only I,” he once bragged to Camille Pissarro, “know how to paint a real red.” But the National Gallery’s exhibition Cézanne Portraits, curated by John Elderfield, shows the curious layman the artist’s struggle to take his unique, constructive method of painting and apply it to living, breathing subjects. It is the first exhibition concentrated on the artist’s portraits since 1910. And it’s about time.
At a celebrity fundraiser for then-candidate Howard Dean, Rob Reiner distanced his ideology from conservatives by declaring that to be a liberal meant “entertaining the possibility that you could be wrong.”
New York governor Andrew Cuomo is attempting to prop up public-sector unions in anticipation of a Supreme Court ruling that could end coercive payments.
Apprehensions and attempted entry by inadmissible persons at America’s southwestern border rose slightly in April of 2018, but was more than three times higher than the same month in 2017, new data from the Customs and Border Protection Agency show.