Twenty-five years ago, Friends anticipated a time that would both romanticize and mistrust the culture of work.
After a grueling and dramatic final against tournament antihero Daniil Medvedev, the Spaniard inched closer to the men’s grand-slam record.
The 19-year-old Canadian’s victory over Serena Williams marks one of the most meteoric rises by a young tennis player in recent years.
Leslie Jones’s departure comes just as the show enters a big election year, seemingly with few other cast shake-ups.
Mick Herron writes about the broken spies sworn to protect today’s broken England.
Long heralded as a future No. 1, the world No. 78 is within striking distance of his first Grand Slam final.
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The supergroup puts a feminist spin on familiar traditions while still maintaining a classic feel.
Why the end of fertility doesn’t mark the start of decline—and may even help explain our success as a species.
For women, fending off unwanted male attention is the job that never ends.
Oscar season is now under way, and TIFF will be a proving ground for highly anticipated movies such as Joker, Knives Out, and Harriet.
With her new book—the much-awaited sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale—the Canadian author is leading a resistance. But it’s not the one you might think.
The onetime child star is telling himself that he’s not alone in his struggles—and that his fans aren’t either.
The recent passing of Pal Benko and Shelby Lyman draws the curtain on an American period that produced some of the game’s most sparkling play.
They attract money and attention to the predominantly white universities that showcase them, while HBCUs struggle. What would happen if they collectively decided to go to black schools?
In trying to reverse a generation’s worth of losing, the team is loading up on stars and embracing the hype.
My love and respect for the craft of writing fuel my commitment to teaching it. But it was a long time before I could envision academia including someone like me.
This year’s U.S. Open has no shortage of female players who could win the title, which has made for an exciting tournament—with one caveat.
The follow-up to 2017’s adaptation of Stephen King’s demented opus plays like a superhero movie—for better or for worse.
AMC’s anthology series wants to disturb viewers with its depiction of the Japanese American internment. For some, that past will be too familiar to be shocking.
Caitlin Horrocks’s debut novel builds on a rich tradition of women writers who complicate the myth of male virtuosity until it crumbles.
Netflix’s Falling Inn Love, starring Christina Milian, is the latest romantic comedy to set up frenetic professional toil as its villain.