The HBO show had teased a “blood sacrifice” in its thrilling season finale, and it didn’t disappoint.
His parents spanked him as a child, and he insists the punishment has shaped him positively.
In the age of populism, certainty about the political future is a dangerous illusion.
The country’s governing party, which just won another election, has married right-wing social policy with left-wing economic policy.
The State Opening of Parliament and the accompanying Queen’s Speech are steeped in ritual and custom, something that feels incongruous as the country grapples with chaos.
Long before there were CRISPR babies, there was CRISPR dairy.
Congress and the White House have a tense relationship, and future administrations might well choose to build on rather than repudiate the Trump example of how to respond to a hostile Congress.
The best one could say about America’s abandonment of the Kurds is that they should have known we would sell them out eventually.
The presidential candidate Cory Booker, a former Stanford athlete, thinks big-name college sports have gone awry—and he wants Congress to step in.
Eight months after scandals rocked their party, Democrats are on the cusp of turning Virginia into an all-blue state.
It wasn’t the light bulb or the phonograph or the moving picture—or anything tangible. It was a way of thinking about technology.
History’s best marathoner has broken a mythical time barrier. But it doesn’t count as a world record.
The Cheers actor’s impression of the former vice president this season is less friendly and more glossy than the show’s previous attempts.
I studied over 100 dual-income couples and found that the ones who managed to create partnerships that felt truly equal had a few things in common.
Three new books explore the variety of transgender experiences.
Recently Deb Fallows kicked off a series of “Big Little Ideas”—innovations or reforms that could be applied fairly easily at…
The Court will hear one of the most notable “Church and state” cases in years.
Infestation. Insects. Ointment. This is not the stuff you might expect from a work of prestige TV that takes extreme wealth as its subject.
Unlike other trappings of the aristocracy, the monocle has mostly been a joke since its invention. An Object Lesson.
American pro athletes face pressure to stick to sports. Australia’s David Pocock has a different idea.
Jon McNaughton once painted landscapes and religious scenes. Now he’s focused on reverently depicting the Trump era for future generations.
The city—famed for its efficiency and predictability—is going through a tumultuous period. Memories of just a few years ago feel more distant as a result.
The Blondie singer’s memoir, Face It, wryly recounts making the most of being ogled.
A very analog hobby finds a way to thrive in the digital age.
Amphibians are dying off faster than any other vertebrate group in the world. Can hormones and IVF save them?
The candidate seems not to realize that eliminating tax exemptions for certain religious institutions would be catastrophic.
Justice Democrats, the organization that brought you Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, is hoping 26-year-old Jessica Cisneros will carry the torch in 2020.
People were on their own as their homes and businesses lost power.
The business of American business is business. Are we okay with that?
The former Trump strategist has spent the past year trying to bolster far-right parties on the Continent—with little to show for it.