The show is a reminder that face-offs between candidates are a lot like big sporting events, with clear winners and losers.
The 23 minutes of Please Forgive Me sum up a few 2016 pop trends.
The legendary golfer died Sunday at age 87.
The joyful Miami Marlins pitcher died Sunday in a boating accident. He was 24 years old.
The New England Patriots’ recent success is a reminder of how America’s favorite sport is also the most hierarchical and least collaborative.
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The film is the latest in a line of movies about motherhood and pregnancy that both reflect and reinforce traditional gender roles.
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Fox’s new show has all the sports-story cliches except for one: It imagines the first female player to take the mound in the major leagues.
The Pfefferman family has exactly the wrong idea about spirituality.
The Smithsonian’s new memorial of African American history and culture is at once triumphant and crushing.
Though Denzel Washington has his moments in the lead role, Antoine Fuqua’s remake is uninspired and unnecessary.
Since before he was the Boss, he's turned to rock and roll to create order out of an anxious and chaotic life.
The long-running show’s CBS reboot is long on tribute but low on ingenuity.
The animated film from the writer of Forgetting Sarah Marshall is about parenthood … and corporate culture … and work-life balance.
A TV reboot of the 1971 novel and its film adaptation debuts this week, but the deeper religious themes of the original story might be lost on contemporary American viewers.
The candidate’s appearance on Zach Galifianakis’s satirical chat show was the funniest of her career.
Not all celebrity duos get a shared nickname—especially a nickname as powerful as this one.
The new White House thriller on ABC gets Kiefer Sutherland into the Oval Office by bleak, violent means.