A new photography exhibition recalls the Swinging Sixties world of the unlikely couple whose romance produced a notorious number one hit condemned by the Vatican and banned in the UK
The actor, still a ‘rascal’ at 82, talks about his latest film, ‘The Last Movie Star’, loosely based on his own life, and his action-star heyday
'Once, after a talk at a Lit Fest, the first question I got was "Why aren’t you in your wheelchair?"'
With the riddle of her last flight now seemingly solved, attention may focus on how the pioneer pilot defied 'the inheritance of age-old customs that women are bred to timidity'
In the Amazon region, conservationists struggle to protect its isolated inhabitants from loggers and prospectors
In the era of ‘I, Tonya’, the Oscar-winning actress Olivia de Havilland’s lawsuit against the makers of last year’s docudrama ‘Feud: Bette and Joan’ has a certain potent symbolism
'I wasn’t very good socially back then, but I am not sure there is advice that would fix that'
From non-fiction works about the benefits of the free market to sci-fi novels on the capabilities of technology, the publications span a variety of genres
'I actually thought, I haven’t done everything I can'
Miller wrote an explanation of why he didn’t attend ex-wife Monroe’s funeral: ‘Let the public mourners finish the mockery. Most of them there destroyed her’
'Why is Theresa May wearing a bracelet with everyone's favourite Marxist artist for her speech? Seems somewhat off-brand,' says critic
Gloria Steinem sought to expose the reality of working as a Playboy Bunny
60 animals from overcrowded shelters were moved from Houston to San Diego
The Facebook founder didn't make any reference to his social network, and didn't suggest that his daughter should use it
Couple married at Mall of America in 1998 have publicly renewed their vows