The post-Weinstein moment isn’t a war on sex. It’s a long-overdue revolution.
The outspoken lawyer-turned-ESPN analyst may be the moral conscience college basketball needs this season, as it grapples with its biggest scandal in decades.
An Army veteran on how three deployments to Iraq changed his views about darkness being central to making art
Released 50 years ago, “I Am the Walrus” is endlessly analyzable, and yet somehow analysis-proof.
Full of wit, music, and color, this Día de Muertos–themed tribute to family marks a return to form for the studio.
For generations, Hollywood has defined what masculinity means in the U.S. Stephen Metcalf and Megan Garber join our hosts to discuss what lessons our male screen icons have taught us.
How a beloved song with origins in 16th-century Europe captures both a holiday’s spirit of unity and a country’s legacy of exclusion
Turkey Day usually represents a late-season reset for pro football, but myriad controversies portend a more serious tone this year.
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.
The Netflix show, more than any other Marvel product, explores the idea that the country’s systems are fundamentally broken.
If All I Was Was Black, the soul legend’s third album with Jeff Tweedy, is a world-wise call for empathy and change.
The CNN correspondent on journalism, hypocrisy, how a Twitter fave can ruin his morning, and why he has a poster of George Wallace hanging in his office
After forging his own way following his father’s death, the longtime NASCAR fan favorite prepares to hang up his helmet after one final ride.
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