Cancer! If you haven't had it, the prospect terrifies you. If you have had it, it can unnerve and shatter you. Yet the dreaded disease may have an un...
Adapted from the very funny Michael Chabon novel, Curtis Hanson's Wonder Boys is a marvel of a film, a sharp and wise valentine to academia and the literary life.
Cameron Douglas -- who recently received a reduced sentence (from 10 years to five) in exchange for his cooperation -- is now likely to face a very tough time in prison.
Solitary Man is a small movie dependent on the performance of a single actor: Michael Douglas. Go see it, it's not a waste of time.
Another Tony Awards is in the history books. Marred by technical difficulties, this wasn't the best broadcast ever, but it was definitely not the worst.
Michael Douglas gives a gripping performance in Solitary Man rivaling his work in the sleeper Wonder Boys.
In Solitary Man, written and directed by Brian Koppelman and David Levien, Michael Douglas displays kind of roguish charm that he has perfected over the course of his career.
"I didn't want to celebrate a culture of wealth," said Oliver Stone, about his upcoming film, Wall Street 2. "But after the crash, all bets were off. It was a triple bypass. This is serious. It's time to come back. It had to be done."
The Hon. Kenneth H. Merten, American Ambassador to Haiti, has written the first "Diplomatic Viewpoint" for The Jim Luce Stewardship Report launched tw...
Mayors for Peace, headed by the Mayor of Hiroshima, Tadatoshi Akiba, got a boost this week during the five-yearly review of the Nuclear Non-Proliferat...
Of the five years Douglas will serve in the prison system, the next few months will be the worst. The most difficult aspect of entanglements with the criminal justice system is the unknown.
Should the media be banned from Cameron's sentencing hearing? What do you think?
With advance apologies to Lloyd and Jeff Bridges, Henry and Peter Fonda, Martin and Charlie Sheen, this special designation belongs to Kirk and Michael Douglas.
There are the bar, nursing a tumbler of brown liquor, was a certain investment banking CEO not unknown to those who read the crime blotter. We struck up a conversation.
Our 40-plus-year war on drugs has stifled the open debate this country should be having about addiction and how best to deal with it.
Average drug offenders like Cameron Douglas are sentenced to extraordinary amounts of time in prison. We need to end these draconian drug laws by offering drug-addicted individuals treatment instead of prison.