There are lots of reasons to go see director Paul Feig's new movie. But there’s only one that matters: bearing witness to the ascension of Kate McKinnon.
A key question in the raging debate over school segregation is how much the personal choices of white and wealthy parents contribute to the isolation o ...
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George Packer on the radicalization that followed the Jasmine Revolution.
The serious arguments in favor of Ginsburg’s conduct are that (1) the nation faces an unparalleled existential threat, ...
She faced down Billy the Kid, advocated for Native Americans, defended the rights of immigrants, and now Sister Blandina Segale—a 19th century nun who lived on the western frontier—is getting her own TV series. And, quite possibly, sainthood.
The Zambian embassy in London has a few choice words for Louise Linton, a Scottish actress who has been roundly lambasted for her dumb, tone-deaf book that recalls her time volunteering in the country.
Scotland’s Nicola Sturgeon actually had a plan.
When NYPD officer Michael Birch was summoned into a performance evaluation meeting with his commanding officer and a lieutenant one day in August 2012: wasn’t generating enough “activity.”
Many users – mostly men – are giving Paul Feig’s reboot a 1/10 on IMDb, but what’s the point?