On Friday, U.S. Marine Gen. Frank McKenzie, head of U.S. Central Command, called the strike a “tragic mistake"
Listening to a good breakup album is a dangerous act: if consumed at the wrong time, it can kill your joy, resurrect painful flashbacks, re-break your heart, reduce you to a puddle of misery. But breakup songs also make up a huge portion of the most beautiful songs ever written. They help us process our
The broadcast sitcom is more than just a casualty of the streaming wars. Its death is a sign of a fragmented society
Mehdi Rajabian has been warned repeatedly by Iranian authorities not to release an album with female singers—he did anyway
Five winners will be chosen from the 15 finalists, and each will receive a grant worth £1 million ($1.4 million)
In the grand scheme of Christian forgiveness, maybe it’s a nice idea to try to reclaim the honor, or at least the humanity, of the late evangelist TV personality Tammy Faye Bakker, one-half of the 1980s prayer-and-praise power couple Jim and Tammy Bakker. That’s the goal, apparently, of Michael Showalter’s cartoonishly sincere biopic The Eyes
The director's 39th or 40th picture, depending on how you count, is a simple, handsome story that exemplifies some of the unexpected riches of the director's later films
"Montero" shows Lil Nas growing as a songwriter, reflecting on his troubled familial past and collaborating other superstars
The move is a major step for Tencent, which along with Alibaba and ByteDance controls vast swathes of China’s internet.
The treaty, originally called the Trans-Pacific Partnership, was envisioned by the U.S. as an economic bloc to counterbalance China’s growing power.
I’m an avid surfer and a certified scuba diver, and spending so much time in the water means that I’m keenly aware of the impact that human activity is having on the ocean ecosystem. It sometimes feels like it’s more common to see plastic bags in the water than sea life. So, I was excited
Sometimes the best take on current affairs is found not in the punditry of the cable shows but in great literature. Watching the horrific scenes in Kabul—the anguish of parents handing their babies to soldiers, the bodies falling from planes—made me reach for something deeper, more profound, that could help me understand the human dimensions.