The firing of Andrew McCabe, life in Virginia’s juvenile-justice system, Einstein’s advice for peace, and more
For years, the restaurateur played a jerk with a heart of gold. Now, he’s the latest celebrity chef to be accused of sexual harassment.
Actress Cynthia Nixon, who played Miranda on HBO’s Sex and the City, announced that she will challenge New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in the upcoming Democratic primary.
Why the gay coming-of-age film, along with a low-budget Christian drama, were among the top movies this weekend
After a year of uncertainty and unhappiness, the president is reportedly feeling more comfortable—but has he really mastered the job?
Vladimir Putin’s totally predictable re-election offers a few clues to what the man of mystery might do next.
U.S. forces invaded the country 15 years ago this week—and left behind a booming trade in looted artifacts.
Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken,” originally published in The Atlantic in 1915, is animated in a new video.
A new HBO documentary, directed by the playwright’s daughter Rebecca, is an intimate look at a ferocious talent.
Physicists have long grappled with the perplexingly small weight of empty space.
School officials should be following the post-crisis blueprint from Pennsylvania State. Instead, they’re making things worse.
The ability to opt out of a neighborhood school increases the likelihood that a black or Hispanic neighborhood will see an influx of wealthier residents.
After premature births, parents can suffer from PTSD. Peer networks are forming to help.
“They’re turning suspects into criminals in one click.”
Laura Smith looks to the haunting story of a missing child novelist to answer her own questions about balancing creativity and freedom with love and stability.
Conflict and politics got in the way.
The Supreme Court will consider the rights of crisis pregnancy centers, which help women “imagine what the choice of life would be like.”
Characters who are attracted to both men and women are rare enough in pop culture. But DC’s Legends of Tomorrow has done something unique with John Constantine.
The debate around sexual-harassment legislation is playing out in the Maryland General Assembly, where reform advocates say leadership is loath to embrace changes.
Much more than time separates the 27th president from the 45th: from their vastly different views on economics, to their conceptions of the presidency itself.
Putin’s real victory is the culmination of his domestic disinformation machine.
Scholars have been sounding the alarm about data-harvesting firms for nearly a decade. The latest Cambridge Analytica scandal shows it may be too late to stop them.
UMBC’s big win wasn’t a miracle; it was a well-executed plan.
Congressional Republicans and conservative pundits had the chance to signal to Trump that his attacks on law enforcement are unacceptable—but they sent the opposite message.
Although the former secretary of state’s contentious relationship with the president didn’t help matters, Tillerson’s management style left a department in disarray.
Invented centuries ago in France, the bidet has never taken off in the States. That might be changing.
Facial-recognition technologies are proliferating, from airports to bathrooms.
The Wrinkle in Time filmmaker will direct an ambitious comic-book movie—a decision that signals a big shift for the DC Extended Universe.
The Russian president is poised for another term—and conflict with the West has done wonders for his popularity.
As the Trump presidency approaches a troubling tipping point, it’s time to find the right term for what’s happening to democracy.