A new company is bringing the engineering savvy of rocket science to the design of the high-heeled shoe. Can stilettos that are actually comfortable to wear change centuries’ worth of symbolism?
The documentary airs during a time that finds Americans particularly concerned with the treatment of the past—and it offers urgent lessons on how to be wise about remembering.
From Eve to Aristotle to Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a brief history of looking at half the population and assuming the worst
Louis C.K., Harvey Weinstein, and many other men alleged to be abusers have something else in common: They were great at seeming to be good.
A film about a 17-year-old girl and a 68-year-old man. A lawyer in his 30s and a girl of 14. These stories are exceptional; they’re also disconcertingly common.
The Weinstein moment has had a side effect: the mobilization—and the normalization—of women’s rage.
The pizza chain's owner suggested that sales have slumped because of an association with the NFL. There might be another explanation.
A timeline of a firing—and a reminder of the stubbornness of the status quo
The allegations of sexual predation, across industries and decades. The offenses that have hidden in plain sight. Today’s monsters don’t breathe fire or trample buildings; they walk among us.
Before NPR’s Michael Oreskes resigned amid allegations of sexual misconduct, his former colleagues offered insight into the male-driven version of the whisper network.
The long-awaited documentary about her life makes clear: She has escaped the demands so often placed on other authors.
First came the denials. Then came the apologies. Now, the mogul is claiming “a different recollection of the events.”
Florie Hutchinson thought so. So she set to work creating a new one.
Ivana Trump’s new book is a parenting memoir—and an ode to being better than everyone else.
Stars, they’re just like us—until they’re not.
From Thomas Carlyle to Harvey Weinstein, a brief history of a pernicious term
Idris Elba and Kate Winslet, struggling to survive in the elements—what could go wrong? (A lot, it turns out.)
In response to a report detailing decades of sexual harassment allegations, the mogul released a statement—one that perfectly captures this chaotic moment in American culture.
Kazuo Ishiguro wrote the bulk of The Remains of the Day in four weeks. All it took was extreme dedication—and a willingness to be terrible.
The show’s fourth-season premiere, “Juneteenth: The Musical,” is a comedy. And a work of education. And an indictment.
The NBC show’s return after 11 years found its old chemistry—and a new, spectral cast member.