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There’s no skimping on glamour at the Cannes International Film Festival. This year Steven Spielberg heads the jury evaluating new movies from Sofia Coppola, James Franco, the Coen brothers, and more. Justin Timberlake donned his now-signature suit and (bow)tie, with wife Jessica Biel on his arm, for the screening of Inside Llewyn Davis, in which he plays a ’60s folk singer-songwriter.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
New cycling apps aim to boost your speed—by making your pace public.
Where’s the toilet paper in Venezuela?
The gossip website says it’s got proof of a Canadian politician doing hard drugs. Now, it’s asking readers to help buy the video—for a cool $200,000.
A whole new meaning to ‘office time suck.’
Maybe we should get back to the real Benghazi story.
Why are mothers still being made to feel awful about feeding their kids formula?
Is New York City dangerous for gays and lesbians?
CEOS pursue lower taxes and then—surprise!—the public gets mad.
Germany’s efforts to rehabilitate right-wing extremists.
What a sacred plant can teach us.
The vast majority of Scientists concur on global warming.
The catch-22 of closing cyberdoors.
A fast workout for a hectic time.
Beware: the clock is ticking.
Two very different and unlikely franchises show that Hollywood’s third acts can deliver.
Why all the buzz about this vegetable masquerading as a fruit?
Twelve must-reads for your summer vacation.
The New York pop duo sure sounds like the next Florence and the Machine.
Design schools’ senior shows are a coming-out for fresh talent.