Agatha Christie's classic tale of murder is getting a new star-filled adaptation by Kenneth Branagh. Seth Doane talks with the director about Christie's legacy and the challenges of bringing her beloved mystery story to the screen. He also joins Christie's great-grandson, James Pritchard, for a not-as-fatal train ride aboard some vintage 1920s railway carriages.
Joe and Teresa Graedon answer letters from readers. This week: drinking hibiscus tea to control blood pressure; lathering with Greek yogurt to combat seborrheic dermatitis; and does using the microwav ... Read more
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Oscar-winning actor and author Tom Hanks used a Texas Book Festival appearance to help a couple get engaged. Hanks was in Austin on Saturday and spoke to hundreds of listeners abo ... Read more
CARACAS/SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Prominent Venezuelan opposition lawmaker Freddy Guevara has sought refuge in the Chilean ambassador's residence in Caracas after authorities sought to remove his congressi ... Read more