What Roy Moore‘s rise means for the Republican Party
Todd Haynes makes films that are tender and vital, with a deep affection for the past that‘s never just misplaced nostalgia. He knows it‘s a place where real people lived, loved and sometimes suffered. Haynes‘ extraordinary new film, Wonderstruck, builds on everything he has done before, but it‘s also a crazy leap, a picture that
Movies about political activists tend to put the politics first and the human second. Not so with French writer-director Robin Campillo‘s BPM (Beats Per Minute). Set in early-1990s Paris, the film follows a group of ACT UP members as they launch AIDS-awareness demonstrations, squabble during meetings and let off steam on the dance floor, all
Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos‘ style, a kind of deadpan harangue, is ideally something you either love or hate. To be in the middle, to merely respect it, is the harder position. And Lanthimos‘ predilection for inflicting cruelty on his characters spills over in his latest, The Killing of a Sacred Deer. Colin Farrell plays Steven
I‘m one of the many viewers who, at the height of the Modern Family era, wanted TV comedy to get more class conscious-to develop characters who worried, or at least cared, about money. It‘s fitting that Comedy Central‘s M.B.A. fantasia Nathan for You, in its fourth season, fulfilled that wish in a twisted, monkey‘s-paw manner.
When he left Saturday Night Live in 1993, Dana Carvey was at the top of the entertainment industry. His new sketch-comedy show on ABC would be bolstered by rising talents like Louis CK, Stephen Colbert and Steve Carell. What could go wrong? Everything, obviously. Hulu‘s new documentary Too Funny to Fail examines the almost instantaneous
Motherhood is supposed to be all about love and joy. So why do so many moms feel so bad?
For 30-odd weeks, my barista and I have had roughly the same routine. I order my morning coffee and he pretends he hasn‘t heard me, filling in the blank with a joke. Mocha double-shot no-fat soy latte? I laugh every time. I like the line. I like that we can agree that that‘s a terrible
Three victims were killed and two critically wounded
The U.S. maintained a cache of nuclear weapons in South Korea until 1991. Some want them returned
The move comes after Catalonia‘s leader threatened to declare independence
This is the first time the former president is stepping back into the political spotlight since leaving the White House
"We need support," one Bangladeshi official tells TIME
She has been compared to other young leaders such as Macron in France and Trudeau in Canada
The rangoli masters of Instagram have outdone themselves this year.
A million people in Puerto Rico lack water and three million are still without power
The jury recommended a sentence of 15 years in prison
Clap as hard as you can for the Chinese leader‘s soundbites
As Beijing weighs up freer markets and more party control
Talk about an office supply glitch
"The past presidential election and the countless events that have unfolded since have galvanized me," she says
The column touched off widespread derision and indignation on social media
Officially known as the Ryugyong Hotel, the project has been plagued by delays since 1987
Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar was the first astrophysicist to win the Nobel Prize in Physics