Musicians haven't been silent in the wake of recent events.
The Welsh fashion guru shares his designs with Newsweek.
Read an exclusive excerpt from the WWE Hall of Famer's autobiography.
The changes to Sulu's sexuality aren't in line with creator Gene Roddenberry's vision, he said.
The 20th anniversary reunion will be a lot less Sporty and a lot less Posh.
"Fear is not an excuse. Hate will not win."
“Zero Days” recounts the first time a country used a cyberweapon for offensive purposes, and the harrowing rise of a new form of warfare.
Newsweek speaks to Roberto Escobar about his distaste for the Netflix show.
The actor is to direct an adaptation of 1992 novel "Yardie" for StudioCanal.
“Eat That Question” narrows in on Zappa's tortured relationship with the media.
Susan Faludi’s new book about her transgender father shows how gender identity may evolve over time.
Drake has published an open letter to protest the deaths.
The "unforgettable" museum's success was buoyed a retrospective of late fashion designer Alexander McQueen's works.
South Sudan’s capital is hosting its first-ever film festival and the punters love it.
Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit alleges that Roger Ailes fired her because she would not accept his sexual advances.
The Spice Girls first hit has been given a makeover to help raise awareness about global gender inequality.