Required reading, updated: Your weekly guide to the best in books
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Your weekly guide to the best in books
The designer, who died at 55, built up a female-led lifestyle brand that held an accessible appeal across generations.
Tayari Jones’s latest novel uses intimate methods of storytelling to depict the dissolution of a relationship.
A roundup of all our best stories to get up to speed for the 90th Academy Awards
The actor and entrepreneur spoke about the #MeToo movement while accepting the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 2018 Golden Globes.
Partaking in an intensive arts education as a teenager can have the unintended effect of pushing some toward a more traditional university path.
The dancer and choreographer Okwui Okpokwasili takes the stage alone in her acclaimed work Bronx Gothic. But behind the scenes, things get a little more complicated.
Maja Lunde’s climate-fiction debut uses species extinction to ask its human characters: What’s more important, self-interest or sacrifice?
University presidents’ last plea for DACA, Republicans’ plan for tax reform, Iraq’s path after ISIS, and more
What to expect from Hurricane Harvey, the RNC’s condemnation of white supremacy, Voyager's 40th anniversary, and more
The exit of Trump's controversial adviser, the future of the war in Afghanistan, a speech from the mayor of Charlottesville, and more
Trump’s surprising thanks to Putin, what his “locked and loaded” tweet means, the problem with plea bargains, and more
Another month of U.S. jobs growth, what the NSC needs to get through a crisis, the defeat of the Confederacy, and more
Reince Priebus resigns as Trump’s chief of staff, the “skinny repeal” plan fails in the Senate, Pakistan’s prime minister steps down, and more
Spicer steps down, a covert program ends in Syria, teachers try new training methods, and more.