The linguistic complement to "transgender" has achieved some popularity, but faces social and political obstacles to dictionary coronation.
Sex farce masquerades as a spy flick in the brothers' blackest comedy.
The Hindu holiday of Durga Puja and the enduring hit that gets it started
The Cloud Atlas author keeps a James Wright poem as a reminder to live in the now.
To say the female soccer star accused of assault is the same as the football player who pummeled his fiancé erases the historical truth about domestic violence.
Jennifer Lopez, Iggy Azalea, and Nicky Minaj twerk for the camera—and a same-sex audience.
A triumph of immaculate execution, and their best film
Early reviews for one of the best-loved sitcoms of the '90s called the show's stars not just "sexy" and "urbane," but also "dysfunctional morons."
TV is a sports bundle held together by football. It could all fall apart if the league doesn't fix its image with women, who have accounted for three-quarters of its new viewership since 2009.
A CDC-funded organization has advised TV shows from Grey's Anatomy to Law & Order on how to write plots that deal with medical and health-insurance issues.
For once, a genuine stinker
A new twist on fantasy sports may enable betting on a scale the country's never seen before.
Highlights from seven days of reading about entertainment
The trope of the dysfunctional family is making its way from the small screen to the big.
Get ready for tales about artists, scientists, and psychopaths.
A comedy out of balance
From Tocqueville onward, observers have thought that informal organizations held America together. Are any of them left?
How The New York Times thinks about manipulating 'found video'
Barbara Nessim's striking designs get their due with a New York exhibition.
The Roosevelts transformed the United States—and made its leaders into stars.