What should viewers expect? ISIS, O.J. Simpson and the thing that "kills more black people than anything."
"We can't restore our civilization with somebody else's babies," the Iowa congressman tweeted on Sunday. It wasn't the first time he's advocated for cultural purity.
By 19, Marin Minamiya had quietly scaled two Himalayan mountains. Now she's skiing the North Pole.
In many cases, TV movies led the way for queer representation in popular culture, taking the chances the film industry often wasn’t willing to take.
The video for “Lavender” also rails against police brutality.
Newsweek staffers dish out their best advice for making the most out of a snowy situation.
Amy Krouse Rosenthal recently penned a dating profile essay for her husband, in anticipation of her death.
Snow is coming. Stay inside and catch season two of “Love,” season three of “American Crime,” “Marvel’s Iron Fist” or the film “Burning Sands.”
Listening to the new Dirty Projectors album feels a little like eavesdropping on a therapy session.
“Come From Away” takes you to a place where you didn’t know you wanted to go, and makes you not want to leave.
The former vice president discussed the future of cancer research at South by Southwest.
“This bill seems almost universally hated in Washington," says Oliver. "It is truly the Ted Cruz of health care legislation.”
Here's what you need to know about the nine best books released this week.
Kate McKinnon's Jeff Sessions gets a do-over on his Senate confirmation hearing.
Journalist's new book details the fall of Lancaster, Ohio, once home to a humming glass factory but now beset by poverty.
Swiss-born designer remains a bridge between international companies and the technologies emerging from Silicon Valley.
Kristen Stewart is phenomenal as the still center of Olivier Assayas's modern ghost story.
The famed actor will explore the nature of power when he plays a dictator in a European stage tour.
A new spoof book by Michael J. Knowles hit the top spot on Amazon’s best sellers list.
Martin and Nicole did an experiment and discovered that what’s in a name depends on whether it’s a man’s or a woman’s.
"In your face, China!"
Fifteen years after 'Bend It Like Beckham' launched her career internationally, Gurinder Chadha took a drastic leap with her new film about India's partition.
One is a live recording featuring Luther Vandross.
Warning: Major spoilers lie ahead.
Julia Ducournau’s gory coming-of-age film challenges the audience's conception of humanity.
Headliners LCD Soundsystem, Solange and A Tribe Called Quest will be joined by Angel Olsen, Dirty Projectors, George Clinton and more.
So far, FOIA the Dead has released 2,136 pages of FBI records.
÷ (pronounced "Divide") is off to a strong start on streaming services.
"I didn’t know it would last...the expectations were low."
The next season of the show will arrive in July.