When a family adopts a rooster, it wreaks havoc on their cramped Mumbai apartment.
With reelection looming and his wall all but defeated, the president sees a convenient political target on the left.
Hale County This Morning, This Evening’s nod is a diversion from the Academy’s typical recognition of black cinema.
Nineteen attorneys general are lobbying against extending that right in Title IX cases on campus.
DreamWorks Animation’s heartwarming trilogy about a Viking boy and his pet comes to an end with How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.
Pope Francis convened 190 bishops and other prelates to discuss the protection of minors in the Church. Are they serious about it?
The number of adults with autism diagnoses is soaring, but there aren’t enough programs and services to meet the demand.
The IFC mockumentary series from Fred Armisen, Bill Hader, and Seth Meyers is better than ever in its third season.
It shows a peculiar aspect of 21st-century America: victimhood chic.
Googling yourself has become a rite of passage.
Scandals reveal a party beset by infighting and whispers of conspiracies.
America’s largest Protestant denomination is reeling from a sexual-abuse scandal. Can its leaders push through needed reforms?
“This goes back to Hamilton, the daddy of it all.” Plus Bernie Sanders is officially running for president, questioning the insect apocalypse, and more
A few hours after his announcement, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont had already out-fundraised his 2020 competitors.
Chanel’s creative director, who died at 85, winkingly played into the stereotypes of a great couturier. But he also refused to be pigeonholed.
Even though many Democrats blame him for Donald Trump’s election—and his rivals think he’ll fade
The Green New Deal’s mastermind is a precocious New Yorker with big ambitions. Sound familiar?
Colorful images from the opening days of the festival—“Tutta colpa della Luna!”
Understanding Netflix’s trippy masterpiece means understanding what it’s saying about mental illness and the stigma around it.
Even the beeswax used in seals is rich with data about the past, including the flowers that grew in that region year to year
Claims that insects will disappear within a century are absurd, but the reality isn’t reassuring either.
Bernie Sanders is running for president again, hoping to improve on his surprisingly successful 2016 campaign. Who else is running, who’s not, and who can’t decide? A quick guide to the crowded field.
Mass killings on school grounds account for a very small percent of victims, but they capture far more public attention than other shootings.
Never gratuitously annoy the person who is deciding how long you’ll spend in federal prison.
What it’s like to watch Alfonso Cuarón’s sweeping drama when you’ve been in the shoes of both the maid and the children she cares for
The Supreme Court seems poised to affirm that it can be displayed on public land—but a great deal rides on its rationale.
The former deputy director of the FBI explains why the bureau felt obligated to investigate the president—and how the Mueller probe might end.
I can’t stand cucumbers, but I’m ready to change if I can.
At the Munich Security Conference, Europe and the Trump administration stopped pretending to respect each other.
The NFL v. Kaepernick. Plus: Brexit and the hard border in Ireland, and a brief history of American presidential campaign announcements—and what they signal.