In the #MeToo-#TimesUp era, the topic of spousal abuse could not be more relevant, and it is front and center in the Broadway musical "Carousel," currently being revived at New York Imperial Theatre.
The Justice Department inspector general began a review of Comey and McCabe in 2017.
Geoff Johns and Gary Frank give us a better Rorschach in "Doomsday Clock #4."
Even in the middle of Boise's biggest annual event, walking its downtown streets is still a stroll through a friendly, modest city. You wouldn't know the metropolitan area's population grew 3 percent in 2017 — the highest rate of any metro area in the US. Housing prices followed with an 11 percent increase, though residents can still rest easy: home prices are projected to slow to 4 percent this year.
The new Netflix series is precisely imperfect and hella charming.
"Wolfenstein 2" concludes with a decent DLC, but confirms the Season Pass isn't a must-play.
'Far Cry 5' is one of the scariest games I have played, simply because it feels so realistic.
You'll have to trudge through emotional torture to find riveting answers in 'Jessica Jones' Season 2.
The HomePod is Apple's high-priced answer to Google Home and the Amazon Echo. But is it any better?
Setting up the smart speakers is an easy and quick process.
Representative Elijah Cummings wants a review similar to the one the FBI did for Hillary Clinton.
Can the Google Pixel 2 finally topple Apple's dominance at the premium end of the market?
"It's quite surprising the number of people who have confessed to me that the record made a difference. It wasn't meant to be a rite of passage."
Luc Besson, proven master of the sci-fi genre, bets his studio on a race of pricey, pearly aliens.
There were 22 transgender people killed last year—the most ever recorded—but 2017 is on pace to exceed that figure, according to Human Rights Watch.
Kumail Nanjiani's 'The Big Sick' brings serious tension to romantic comedy.
Hulk Hogan, Peter Thiel and the sex tape that brought down the gossip site are part of a larger story about freedom of the press.
David Edelstein's Vulture review (and his defense of it) highlights the pushback against how some male film critics talk about female characters.