After a series of niche Best Picture winners, the awards show is struggling to stay relevant. 2018 could change that.
The film, which stars Steve Carell and Timothée Chalamet, adapts the memoirs of a father and son dealing with the ravages of crystal-meth abuse.
A seal pup in Wales, a luxury hotel in a quarry pit in Shanghai, space-suit testing on a tropical island, damage from Hurricane Michael in Florida, Swiss fighter aircraft in the Alps, and much more
The hilarious, stranger-than-fiction story of a mother and son who emigrate to America and get more than they bargained for.
The administration’s reticence about the disappearance of a Saudi journalist is offensive, but it’s also clarifying.
The Saudi journalist, allegedly murdered in Istanbul, is mourned by friends and associates who knew him here in exile as more of a Saudi patriot than a dissident.
The Republican candidate and Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp denies charges that he is attempting to suppress African American turnout for political advantage—but advocates say barriers to the ballot help his cause all the same.
A year into an unprecedented outpouring of stories about harassment and assault, much of the entertainment industry still seems like business as usual.
The kingdom’s response in the West has been publicly muted.
The story many are telling themselves in the wake of the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation battle rests on delusion.
The film is a 141-minute commercial for a uniquely American brand of determination and achievement.
Killing him in cold blood would not have been in the Saudis’ best interest.
One of the most common techniques for disciplining children can encourage them to suppress, rather than express, how they’re feeling.
The rebooted show’s #MeToo episode was careful and cartoonish in equal measure.
Scientists are coming to a consensus that men in America and Europe are experiencing a worsening decrease in fertility. They disagree, however, about why.
A march in Berlin this weekend will demonstrate whether the German activists who oppose the country’s rising far right are serious.
For nearly a century, Hollywood has both drawn from and driven real scientific advances.
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The pope has accepted the resignation of the leader of the Archdiocese of Washington. What happens next?
Viewers are outraged that some of the site’s biggest celebrities have partnered with a controversial online counseling service.
For theatergoers, the all but obsolete musical overture is a bridge between real life and the world they’re about to enter.
As a new affirmative action lawsuit heads to federal court, Alia Wong and Adam Harris join Matt Thompson and Gillian White to discuss the challenges in American higher education.
Two University of Michigan instructors refused to write recommendations for students headed to Tel Aviv.
Readers discuss the Court’s political past—and its future.
Reassessing the Catholic Church’s dubious history in Latin America
A father reflects on an experience that is becoming more common.
But even Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance may not force the Trump administration to recognize that fact.
When men of color see themselves in the embattled Supreme Court justice, they’re not seeing the bigger picture.
The GOP’s chances are dim in the districts Hillary Clinton won in 2016—and it’s all Donald Trump’s fault.
In neighboring contests in Kansas, one Republican candidate is touting his work with President Obama. In the other, the GOP hopeful is clinging to President Trump.