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Watch the First Trailer for ‘Captain America: Civil War’
The Avengers split in two
A Definitive List of the Best Winter Albums (1989–2011)
Whoever said "tis' the season to be jolly" never heard of Bon Iver.
Seth Meyers Challenges Sarah Palin on Refugees
The late-night host wouldn't let the former Alaska governor off easy.
Adele’s ‘25’ Achieves World Dominance ... Almost
The people of Burkina Faso are not fans
Paris Honored at International Emmy Awards
French programmes picked up the most wins with three Emmy’s.
Why Is a Chinese Billionaire Charging a $170.4 Million Painting on an AmEx Card?
Liu Yiqian and his wife, Wang Wei, will charge Modigliani’s “Reclining Nude” to an AmEx “black card.”
Adele on Track to Break the Record for One-Week Sales
Adele's "25" could sell more than 2.5 million copies in its first week. Who says the record industry is done?
Moynat Luggage Is Making Flying Glamorous Again
In the era of identical black nylon suitcases, Moynat’s exquisitely crafted luggage is your best case scenario.
In New Michael Moore Doc, America Needs a Social Net
By comparing the U.S. to its equally rich European allies, ‘Where to Invade Next’ paints a bleak picture.
‘The Arab of the Future’ Comes to America
Riad Sattouf’s graphic memoir, now in English, takes on new importance after the November 13 attacks in Paris.
Are the World's Priciest Restaurants Worth the Expense?
Wonderful meal or not, even the megarich like to know that they’re getting value for their money.
Pew Report: 40 Percent of U.S. Millennials Favor Limits on Speech Offensive to Minorities
The data could help contextualize the ongoing battles over free speech at American college campuses.
Zola Tells All: The Real Story Behind the Greatest Stripper Saga Ever Tweeted
An exclusive account of how Aziah "Zola" Wells' road trip to Florida with an exotic dancer, a boyfriend and a pimp went south.
Ten of the All-Time Best TV Cliffhangers
From 'Dynasty' to 'Master of None,' here are 10 season finales that left us scratching our head.
Why Is Adele So Obsessed With Nostalgia on '25'?
Adele is only 27. Why does she sing so much about when she was "younger and free"?
Up Stream: What's New to Watch for November 20
The long-awaited "Jessica Jones" hits Netflix, "Ex Machina" becomes available on Amazon Prime and "Fifty Shades of Grey" joins the HBO Go family (if you're into that sort of thing).
New Documentary Slams 'Stand Your Ground' Law
An essential new documentary, "3½ Minutes, 10 Bullets," explores the legality behind an infamous 2012 Florida parking-lot shooting.
Willie Nelson: 'I’d Smoke One With Anybody,' Even Donald Trump
The hirsute country star and pot enthusiast might give Trump a run for his money.
‘Paris Is a Celebration’: Hemingway’s Paris Memoir Becomes Symbol of Defiance
The book is selling at a dizzying pace following the Paris attacks.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler’s ‘Sisters’ Act Gets New Trailer
The two are badasses that we’re susceptible to.
Bruce Lee Was Kato on TV's 'Green Hornet'
Bruce Lee's turn as the sidekick on TV's "The Green Hornet" captivated Americans and generated a cult following in Hong Kong.
Color Blind Fans Struggle With NFL “Color Rush” Uniform
And it's not the first time that the Bills’ uniform and color blindness have appeared in the same sentence.
Meet the Soup Kitchen Nun Who Won ‘Chopped’
She regularly cooks for 600 at Mission of Our Lady of the Angels on Chicago’s West Side.
Even the Untitled Can Get Royal Treatment at Hyderabad’s Falaknuma Palace
Located in southern India, Falaknuma Palace celebrates its fifth anniversary as a hotel this month, after spending much of its life as home to India’s wealthiest dynasty.
Heaven for Leather
Seraphin, a Paris-based company owned by designer Henri Zaks, transforms animal skins into clothes that surprise and delight.
Adam Johnson Wins National Book Award in Fiction, Ta-Nehisi Coates in Nonfiction
The National Book Foundation also announces winners in poetry and young people’s literature.
Reeling From Paris, NY Concert Venues Tighten Security
When terrorists attack a music venue anywhere, "it hits home."
Original Script for Cult Film ‘The Room’ Even More Bonkers Than Movie Suggests
Tommy Wiseau’s cult “black comedy” continues to confound audiences a decade later.
Eagles of Death Metal Release Statement
The American band was performing at the Bataclan in Paris on November 13 when the venue was attacked, killing 89 people there.
Two Numbers: Adele Rolling in the Deep Sales
Adele smashes a digital-purchase record with her first single in years.