The band's ninth album is a remarkable meditation on heartbreak.
Dyson's first foray into personal care products claims to be quieter and more powerful than its rivals.
The musical adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis's novel drips with '80s camp but struggles to realize a greater purpose.
Mississippi's "religious freedom" law, a look at Jerry Brown's career, how Ted Cruz could become president and more in this week's top political stories.
On what may be his final tour, the 68-year-old rocker leaves with his swagger intact.
It's a place where Lazarus, Nadsat and Kendrick-influenced beats meet in harmony.
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.
By comparing the U.S. to its equally rich European allies, 'Where to Invade Next' paints a bleak picture.
The decision is expected to lead to the project's rejection by the Obama administration.
A new HBO documentary looks at the American diplomat, who passed away in 2010.
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.
Your private jet's in the shop? Try the high-end trans-Atlantic services that survived the financial crisis.
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.