In her new book, "These Truths," Lepore illuminates the direct line between the country's polarized past and divided present.
About that Swanson Safe Company...
The author of "Primates of Park Avenue" has a new book suggesting the sexual desire of males and females are more similar than men probably want to admit.
Lively told the comedy director, "Paul, this is going to sound weird, but I want to dress like you."
'Presto and Zesto in Limboland' is a collaboration between the children's author and longtime friend and fellow writer Arthur Yorinks.
Documentary filmmaker Bing Liu brings empathy to young, working-class skateboarders coming of age in Rust Belt America while avoiding nostalgia.
The obsessive fanboy in "Juliet, Naked" is someone O'Dowd finds "very familiar."
The screenwriters' love letter to Oakland is a buddy comedy with a troubled conscience.
The former YouTube star's debut film is "The Breakfast Club" of Gen Z: A sweet and moving peek inside the unending social media obsessions of teenagers.
A new documentary reveals a psychologist's secret study, and the devastating effect on its subjects David Kellman, Robert Shafran and Eddy Galland.
After pioneering the cable news parody show and launching the career of Rachel Maddow, the comedian is turning her focus to reproductive rights.
Fans protested the sitcom's Fox cancelation, and other networks are taking notice.
A spokesperson from Netflix had no comment on Tambor's harassment allegations and subsequent firing from Transparent, saying only, "'Transparent' is an Amazon show."
Cosby was found guilty on three counts of aggravated indecent assault.
The author and showrunner had a big issue to tackle in adapting Gilead for modern-day TV: race.
After 33 years, fans finally have an answer.
"I'm a consultant, but that doesn't mean I have veto power."