The world's first smartphone you can take apart yourself is finally here. But is it any good?
The Showtime series closely tracked the rising threat of ISIS.
Hungarian director László Nemes's film tells the story of the Jews who worked in the gas chambers at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
From 'City on Fire' to Jonathan Franzen to Donald Trump's poetry to Alexandra Kleeman, it's been a banner book year.
From conveniently idiotic to horrifyingly awful, prepare for the onslaught of new terrible holiday movies by reliving old ones.
The actress and director on their old-school new film, Irish identity and how you can never go home again.
An excellent new film revisits the culture of secrecy that kept pedophiles within the Catholic Church, allowing them to prey on young children with impunity.
Emmerich's film uses the Stonewall Inn's fraught history as an over-simplified backdrop.
Whose ‘1989’ album is better? The ‘Newsweek’ culture team weighs them song by song.