He tweeted answers to fan questions using only "Rent" lyrics after the "Hamilton" cast recording surpassed "Rent" in sales.
Michael Dorf writes, Suppose the U.S. had lost World War II and that the Nazis erected giant memorials and renamed cities.
The former first lady has appeared at everything from "The Color Purple" to "Oslo" recently.
To an authoritarian, rules that block what he wants to do are always "bad for the country."
"They are going to see President-elect Trump be a president for all of the people, and we embrace that principle," the vice president–elect says.
The president-elect demands an apology from the cast of the Broadway smash for a statement directed at Mike Pence.
In the 1800 campaign, the rumor was spread that Jefferson had died.
Atlantic Records A&R vice president Riggs Morales and Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter of the Roots on the 'Hamilton' Mixtape project.
How 'Hamilton' biographer Ron Chernow met Lin-Manuel Miranda and with him made musical history.
'Hamilton's America,' a feature-length documentary that offers the rare opportunity to see parts of 'Hamilton' from the front row, is PBS's crown jewel of 2016.
Producer Jeffrey Seller and members of the Chicago cast talk about plans to turn the American musical into a global phenomenon.
The Tony-winning director of the musical phenomenon talks with Newsweek about the show's expansion and versatility, as well as Lin-Manuel Miranda's hair.
Prince William's appearance on the cover of a gay lifestyle magazine is among the things we loved in Culture this week.
The Broadway musical will move to the U.K. stage in 2017—but is it too American?
Before "Hamilton," Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote a hell of a high school research paper.
A Smithsonian currency expert explains the history behind today's Treasury Department announcement that Harriet Tubman, Marian Anderson and suffragists will appear on the redesigned $20, $10 and $5 bills.
The hottest show of the year is changing how teachers approach American history.