Interviews with the House speaker’s old friends and colleagues offer a window into her reluctance to pull the pin on a political grenade.
One hundred years after it first opened, the Musso & Frank Grill is mixing the old and the new with verve.
The late film icon’s ordinariness was most extraordinary, and the secret of her success.
Fifty-five years ago, a congressman made a single addition to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that changed everything.
The conflict comes at a time when economic realities are changing for both parties in the digital era, but the tension dates back to 1962.
More than 75 years after the classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical debuted, a daring new production seeks to re-create the frisson of the original—with some changes.
The new FX limited series Fosse/Verdon explores the director-choreographer’s complicated relationship with the dancer Gwen Verdon.
Governor Gavin Newsom called President Trump’s border wall and immigrant bashing “a national disgrace.”
Fifty years ago, the Oscars showed old Hollywood giving way to the new—in ways that feel strikingly resonant today.
With his Barnumesque persona and mixed reputation, Avi Lerner has gained significant success—and notoriety—in the film industry. But who is he, really?
“Trump’s a silly man, and she knows it,” says one admirer. “He’s not going to be a problem for her.”
The California Republican has a thankless job leading an outgunned minority, but says, “We gotta try harder.”
Before Bill de Blasio and Eric Garcetti decide to run, they ought to look back on Lindsay and Yorty in 1972.
Roger Stone allegedly urged an associate to “do a ‘Frank Pentangeli,’” in reference to a Corleone-family capo.
After disparate tours in which he served as California’s youngest and oldest governor, Brown never lost his quirky asceticism.
In the biopic Vice, Adam McKay explores the dichotomy between the vice president’s mild, private personality and dark, public persona.
And American politics have never been the same.
Holiday magic in Los Angeles comes down to the thing that always sets California apart: the quality of light.
And so is everything he represented about the office.
The Front Runner, starring Hugh Jackman, wonders: To what extent did the 1987 scandal fuel the brand of freak-show politics that produced a Donald Trump presidency?