Geek Mythology

Mike Judge, who can mine comedy out of both propane and the profane, has gone digital with Silicon Valley

Her Biggest Race

Erika Brannock, who lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombing, plans to stand up and cheer at the 118th marathon

The Post-Feminist Flash Gordon

She went viral in shoulder pads and a helmet, running over, around and through the boys, and now Sam Gordon is looking forward to a bigger challenge… and fifth grade

Gloria Steinem at 80

America's most prominent feminist on what young girls think, bias in journalism, religion and Republicans who used to be Democrats

The Frozen Closet

As the Sochi Olympic Games kick off, everyone's talking about homophobia in Russia, but nobody's talking about figure skating's gay problem

Sex and the Single Tween

'They grow up so fast' used to be a wistful sigh; now it's a panicked cry for help from parents watching their 10-year-old daughters critique Miley Cyrus's twerking and discuss oral sex with their friends

Murder in the Air

Twenty-five years on, a Lockerbie widow recalls the day she lost a husband and her three small children lost a father

Some Art's Painful by Design

To protest the police state a Russian performance artist mutilates himself in a way that is shocking, but not as novel as it sounds

Surviving the Hemingways

Barbara Kopple's new film goes deep into the harrowing and hopeful story of one of America's most famous and troubled families