Caution, the singer’s first album in four years, is both silky and sharp.
Prior to the recent boom in movies about queer kids, their struggles played out in boundary-pushing indie films and entertaining sidekick roles.
Movies like Boy Erased and Love, Simon show gay teens undergoing rites of passages that upend the classic Breakfast Club script.
The attack on a bar in California follows an attack on some of the very same music fans in Las Vegas.
Taylor Swift cheered on first-time voters. Will she also help them stay engaged after defeat?
The Netflix political drama spent so much time on its complicated plot. But in the end, it squandered the opportunity to go deeper and wider.
Bohemian Rhapsody’s portrayal of Queen’s star has a moralizing edge to it.
With “Thank U, Next,” the pop star responds to gossip by naming her exes—and asserting her own power.
With Kevin Spacey’s #MeToo scandal removing Frank Underwood from the scene, Robin Wright’s Claire faces a team of rivals who act and sound a lot like her.
As the rapper steps away from politics, he finally clarifies his policies.
On the social-media site, the once-apolitical musician has been rewarding new voters with attention.
In “The Ballad of Donkey Doug,” the NBC sitcom’s philosophizing gets used for one of the most commonplace moral minefields: ending a relationship.
The cult pop star’s first album in eight years offers a delicate meta-take on dance history—and human emotion.
Two recent hip-hop controversies show how hard it can be to discuss substance abuse and other fatal trends without offending.
The end of the singer’s relationship with Pete Davidson, coming after the death of her ex Mac Miller, complicates her message of overcoming.
In the film, Bradley Cooper’s Jackson believes Lady Gaga’s Ally is betraying her authenticity, a concept long critiqued by the pop star-cum-actress.
On their new album Trench, the popular rock band Twenty One Pilots questions how society deals with celebrity tragedy.
The pop star’s new documentary shows the difficulty she faced in bringing attention to violence in Sri Lanka, but she hasn’t given up the cause.
The rapper’s long-awaited album captures a sense of hard-earned triumph—and dread.
The rhetoric around the Supreme Court nominee pits a “Boy Scout” persona against a “frat guy.” But #MeToo has shown the limits of such labels.