The rapper’s new album, Post Traumatic, insists that the music go on, nearly one year after the death of his Linkin Park bandmate Chester Bennington.
Inside the wide-ranging search—led by economists and psychologists—for the elixir that turns good squads into great ones
Drew Pearce’s futuristic thriller comes from the John Wick mold but lacks that film’s exhilarating action.
The chef and writer, who died at 61, changed the way we think about restaurant kitchens and the people who work within them.
The director Gary Ross’s all-female twist on the heist franchise coasts on the star power of its cast, led by Sandra Bullock.
Amid a wave of new tributes to the queer art of voguing, Ryan Murphy’s FX show struggles to capture the subculture’s energy.
Ari Aster’s debut film stars Toni Collette as a mother besieged by fears of a family curse.
The president is even further from the definition than Alanis Morissette was.
Through six seasons and two movies of Sex and the City, no love story could supersede the one in which Samantha was the object of her own affection.
A pioneer who followed her own path rather than chasing fads, Spade infused her work with a singular blend of optimism and nostalgia.
The singer, who died at 88, was a founding member of the Blind Boys of Alabama, and embodied the vicissitudes of a decades-long career in music.
The designer, who died at 55, built up a female-led lifestyle brand that held an accessible appeal across generations.
The new dark comedy from Marti Noxon explores women’s physical and psychological pain with an intriguing, if heavy-handed, premise.
The competition is getting a #MeToo-era makeover. But even if the bikini tops are on their way out, the biases will remain.
Despite the early skepticism, the 23-year-old Los Angeles Angels pitcher and hitter is exceeding expectations in just the first couple months of his major-league career.
The company’s quickly abandoned stance against misbehavior is a sign that the record industry still doesn’t want to police the ethics of its stars.
His current book tour has reinvigorated discussions of what the former president owes, in the age of #MeToo, to “that woman, Ms. Lewinsky.”
As baseball grows younger and faster, there’s less opportunity for the type of late-stage reinvention that salvaged the Texas Rangers pitcher’s career.
A new documentary, Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, explores the legacy of a beloved children’s TV entertainer, and the trends he hated within his own medium.
Three Atlantic staffers discuss “Les Écorchés,” the seventh episode of Season 2.
A new book argues it’s a virtue that can motivate people to struggle against injustice—but doesn't adequately consider the more pernicious ways it manifests in society.
HBO’s new drama about a media mogul’s feuding family is a darkly comic work in progress.