Farrow says she witnessed disturbing and occasionally ghastly things for years. Why didn’t she act earlier?
I surprised myself by enjoying this sad movie about old people working seasonal jobs.
Part of Meghan’s problem was her naïveté about the workings of the Royal Family, which she had assumed would be similar to the workings of celebrity culture.
Elite schools breed entitlement, entrench inequality—and then pretend to be engines of social change.
Attacking the U.S. Capitol is not an act of patriotism. Obviously.
What gives the 1965 Peanuts special its staying power?
The national conversation about police reform has devolved into a never-ending argument over words.
The world is bleak enough as it is.
Stephanie Winston Wolkoff’s tell-all book about the first lady is as sordid as it is fascinating.
The mad king and his courtiers learned a lot about COVID-19.
If the judge’s faith has put limits on her talent and ambition, there are few signs of it.
Why Hollywood accepted the director for so long. And why it turned on him.
Then came a pandemic during the presidency of Donald Trump.
The 2020 commencement speech you’ll never hear
Megxit is the most complicated, self-involved, grandiose, shortsighted, letter of partial, fingers-crossed resignation in history.
The film reveals that there was, and is, something powerful about domestic life, and that women are particularly attracted to it.
Coined by Bill Clinton, the phrase was an inspired way to bring together a range of abortion supporters under a now-abandoned umbrella.
Why we need to face the best arguments from the other side
The allegations against the Today show host have disgusted and unsettled me like few others in the #MeToo era.
Her Instagram account reads like Brideshead Revisited meets Twilight meets Vanity Fair magazine circa 1988, when greed was good and having money was a golden superpower.