The Las Vegas legend believes the Raiders’ move to the desert will be a slam danke.
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Three properties for sale in Utah, Colorado and Montana, where the homeowners can take to the slopes into the spring season
This spring, stylish women are embracing the beauty—and (yes) function—of a billowing, generously cut trench coat.
As astronomers discover unseen worlds, illustrators do their best to capture a plausible reality without veering into science fiction; ‘a bit of a tug of war.’
It’s trendy to favor tiny wineries over mass producers. Lettie Teague says what matters is how the wine itself measures up.
In a statement, the ‘Inferno’ director and his wife Cheryl said they are planning to move farther downtown.
Two Google execs weave modern materials into their renovated 1871 Victorian in San Francisco.
WSJ. takes an exclusive tour of long-secluded spaces in the Marfa compound designed by the artist, as the Judd Foundation prepares to release some of his ready-made furniture for the first time next month.
The actor, who most recently appeared in HBO’s Big Little Lies and stars in the upcoming film Fun Mom Dinner, reveals what’s on his phone.
Emmanuel Perrotin, a mover and shaker who lives as energetically as he sells art, is opening a five-story gallery in New York City.
Thanks to a swoon by the Cleveland Cavaliers, Boston now owns the number-one seed in the East, and could finish the season with the number-one draft pick as well
The Raiders stiff Oakland for Nevada’s money and a new home. Is it a gamble—or a clever entryway for sports gaming?
With the women standing by their threat to boycott the tournament that begins this weekend in Michigan, the national team reached an agreement with USA Hockey, the sport’s national governing body, that will significantly increase support for women’s hockey.
Frank Martin, perhaps the game’s most hot-tempered coach, has finally found a team more fiery than he is—and the combination has fueled a Final Four run.
Exclusive jewelry and watch brands are trying to capture the younger audience. But how?
Thousands of young competitors in Finland are competing in equestrian jumping and dressage events while riding horses on a stick; telling naysayers to hold their horses.
These intimate American hotels—including California Wine Country’s newest culinary pilgrimage site—are tiny but feature massive multi-course meals.
The classic strawberry shortcake is just the beginning. There’s a recipe for every occasion—including these chocolate shortcakes with Armagnac prunes and sunny citrus shortcakes.
As college decisions arrive at the end of March, parents help most when they let children vent, call it “the wrong fit,” and guide them to see their opportunities.
Those colossal chronographs and daunting dive watches are starting to look tired. The next tick trend: Compact faces that are less in-your-face.
An Anglican priest and his wife plan to return to the U.S. Military Academy in the same car they drove off in after graduation 50 years ago.
The ‘Modern Family’ actor grew up raising pigs and nearly joined the circus; then came a college audition
As tax deadlines near, one preparer explains how reading her clients helps their bottom lines. Are you a procrastinator or shoeboxer?
The former MTV News reporter spent almost 15 years following the Oakland Athletics’ draft picks who were immortalized in ‘Moneyball.’ The result is her new book of photographs—and lessons about the American dream.
The Merriam-Webster editor informs us that the German word for a lower-back tattoo is “Arschgeweih,” which literally means “ass antlers.” Henry Hitchings reviews “Word by Word: The Secret Life of Dictionaries” by Kory Stamper.
Don’t assume behaviors are a phase, says psychologist Jacqueline Sperling. Watch for a child’s interest in school or withdrawal from friends for clues they may need help.
The sweet, pulpy fruit is now on every grocery shelf as consumers lap up healthy fats and plant foods. It is made into water, milk, flour for baking, oil for cooking and transformed into snack chips.
In a startling move for a league long opposed to gambling, the National Football League’s owners voted Monday to allow the Oakland Raiders to relocate to Las Vegas, a city that just a few years ago was considered off limits.
Bruce Arena got off to a strong start in his return as U.S men’s national team coach, but needs to continue the momentum against Panama on Tuesday night
WSJ. asks six luminaries to weigh in on a single topic. This month: Language.