The museum confirmed it purchased “The Sacrifice of Polyxena” at Christie’s in Paris on Monday. The auction house said the 17th century work sold for $1.9 million, setting an auction record price for artist Charles Le Brun.
A flight from Newark Liberty International Airport to Paris was delayed Monday, after four men alarmed the pilot when they opened several overhead bins near the cockpit.
Taylor walks the streets of Paris checking out the sites, looking incredibly fashionable and falling in love.
He’s been posted to Pretoria, Islamabad, and Paris. But now, Sir Mark Lyall Grant is an Englishman in New York.
Journalist Kati Marton, author of a new memoir ‘Paris: A Love Story,’ shares her guide to finding Paris in New York.
The New York Knicks and Toronto Raptors will play a preseason game in Montreal as part of the first-ever NBA Canada Series.
What would you do with an extra second? You’ll soon have one, so start planning.
Many cities around the world, including Paris, have glass barriers on at least some of their train platforms.
Fashion Week is continuing here in New York City and Mayor Michael Bloomberg is one happy man.
Some couples are adding their own pieces of hardware to the Brooklyn Bridge. A collection of love locks like the ones found in Paris, Budapest, and Seoul are starting to pile up on the New York City landmark.
Cadel Evans has been keeping fans back home up all night watching him become the first Australian to win the Tour de France. It’s a victory that’s been a long time coming.
Sunday marked 15 years since the crash of TWA Flight 800, and families of the victims gathered together Sunday to remember their loved ones.
A 14-foot high spiral staircase section from the Eiffel Tower is being put up for auction by Christie’s on June 16. It’s estimated to bring $80,000 to $120,000.
What is said to be America’s first national monument is getting a much-needed facelift.
Last year, subways killed 40 people in New York City. In the future, sliding mechanical doors at the platform’s edge could save lives, preventing people from falling, jumping, or getting pushed.