John Oliver enlists Usher, Sheryl Crow, Michael Bolton and others to shame candidates who don’t get permission for music.
Taking over Stephen Colbert’s Late Show to blast Fox News, the former ‘Daily Show’ host was unapologetically partisan while also seeking to build bridges.
In a week full of political propaganda, here's messaging done delightfully.
Third Eye Blind lectures the crowd not to ignore pro-gay lyrics.
What it means that the Republican nominee brought Queen’s “We Are the Champions” into the political arena
The Taylor Swift/Kanye West/Kim Kardashian media scuffle comes down to two words—and a few competing narratives.
Having to make just seven episodes a year might allow the creators to better craft an epic finish for the series.
Jay Z releases a remarkable confession of psychic pain, while lesser-known rappers imagine radical action.
Though built from deeply familiar elements, HBO’s eight-part drama takes a meticulous and mesmerizing approach to its genre.
The killing of Alton Sterling has led the biggest rapper in the world to break his silence about Black Lives Matter.
The national character can be glimpsed even in squabbles over Independence Day authenticity in Washington, D.C. and Boston.
The irony and the allure of the rumors about Apple buying Tidal
The show’s treatment of the realm’s commoners is either a blind spot—or a long con.
The rapper has said celebrities shouldn't be disrespected, and yet here are nine minutes of naked Taylor Swift.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “The Winds of Winter,” the tenth and final episode of the sixth season.
Logo’s Trailblazer Honors was suffused with the feeling of vulnerability and anger of many queer people in recent days.
Excellent new albums from Mitski and Car Seat Headrest describe sadness with precise, piercing insights.
The R&B star, who has sung about loving a man, draws a line between seemingly very different interpretations of God.
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