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Skaters like Adelina Sotnikova, Mao Asada, Ashley Wagner, and Jeremy Abbott reminded fans that sometimes the best Olympic stories are about athletes with something to prove.
Some questioned whether such a fiercely individual sport could translate into a team competition at the Olympic level. The inaugural event proved it can.
A guide to the athletes and action on the ice at the Winter Olympics
The Disney hit is a good, subversive kids' film—until a needlessly jarring surprise at the end.
After Harry Potter, Hunger Games, et al., maybe it's time to retire the Chosen One trope.
Yet Joss Whedon put one in his new adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing. Here's why it doesn't work.
The brooding Sherlock star and Star Trek Into Darkness villain has a beloved, lesser-known side project: a radio sitcom in which he's—surprise!—magnificently funny.
A statistician's claims that readers can't distinguish Dickens from Edward Bulwer-Lytton is likely overblown—and reflects a wider misunderstanding of literature.