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Newly released on Netflix, Dee Rees’s film follows two families—one black, one white—living on a farm in 1940s Mississippi.
Lena Dunham’s defense of a Girls writer accused of sexual assault highlights how frequently allegations from women of color are dismissed.
In New Jersey, bikers and hot rod racers participate in an annual Mad Max-style event.
In a new book, Cullen Murphy describes the cadre of artists—including his father—who drew comic strips from the suburbs of Connecticut during a golden age for the funny pages.
The actor Jeffrey Tambor may leave the show, but his accusers don’t want to undo what his character stood for.
This is a decisive moment for women, and also for the journalists investigating their accounts.
Twin comedians Kenny and Keith Lucas reflect on the power of laughter.
Audience fatigue has clearly set in for the once-bankable novelty of the franchise team-up.
The mass murderer, who died on Sunday at 83, turned one following into another.
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Al Franken’s apology—in response to the accusation that he groped a woman—deployed, in part, a "joke" defense often used to explain misbehavior.
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After 20 years in the NBA, the most influential dunker of all time is winding down his career—and the game prepares for a new era of high-flyers.