This time around, the company would rather you focus on the humans.
David Makes Man depicts the struggles of its young South Florida–raised protagonist without pathologizing the characters who surround him.
Even if the party sweeps Congress and the White House in 2020, the Senate rule would let a faction of the reddest, whitest states stymie its agenda.
Republican lawmakers had sought to make counties help enforce immigration law.
The U.S. president canceled his visit to the kingdom over his failed attempt to buy Greenland. Danes are reacting with bewilderment, anger, and humor.
The French president has an answer for every problem, but is anyone listening?
Hulu’s latest British import is a delightful, openhearted comedy about a woman recovering from a nervous breakdown.
By analyzing blood samples 120 times faster than a traditional microscope, Octopi can lighten the load of overworked lab technicians.
The new film retells a classic story of bored aristocrats hunting humans—with a subversive twist.
The famed economist’s “shareholder theory” provides corporations with too much room to violate consumers’ rights and trust.
Most speech, hateful or not, is protected by the Constitution. To pretend otherwise is foolhardy.
A downturn would crater Trump’s odds at reelection. It would also create much of the inequity, misery, and chaos that Democrats seek to avoid by winning in 2020.
That old truism of American politics—“It’s the economy, stupid”—could come back to haunt the money-minded president in 2020.
The debate over Britain leaving the European Union has polarized the country and normalized what was previously unthinkable.
President Trump canceled a meeting with the prime minister of Denmark after she rejected his interest in purchasing Greenland. Plus: Which candidates made the cut for the next Democratic debate?
Next week’s deadline to qualify for the third Democratic debate could leave half of the large field of candidates on the sidelines.
The president often implies that what determines national loyalty is not citizenship but ethnicity, religion, and race.
After years of rumored remakes and reboots, the cult sci-fi series will return with a fourth installment to be directed by Lana Wachowski.
The president crossed an important line when he canceled a meeting with the Danish prime minister.
A majority of them no longer think campuses are setting the country on the right course. What happened?
Just a few hours of therapy-like interventions can reduce some people’s anxiety.
Can straight men and women really be best friends? Their partners are wondering, too.
As the climate warms up, cool summer evenings are becoming a distant memory.
Law-enforcement agencies can arrest terrorists, but they cannot settle existential arguments about the nature of American democracy.
AM stations mainly wanted to keep listeners engaged—but ended up remaking the Republican Party.
Using “the ruling class” and “overlords” as shorthand for Trump’s critics is Orwellian nonsense.
The legendary metal band is returning after a 13-year absence, and while its sound isn’t in, its disaffected embrace of spirituality is.
News reports have pointed to serious wrongdoing at the heart of the anti-corruption inquiry that has shaken many Latin American countries.
The next Democratic president should try nominating judges who haven’t been partners at big law firms.
Universal background checks are off the table, Trump reportedly said in a call with the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre. Plus: The president confirms he’s “been thinking about” implementing a payroll-tax cut.