Jessica Jones star Krysten Ritter thinks creator Melissa Rosenberg can predict the future. The gritty superhero series was the first of its ilk to get political: The first season tackled abusive relationships, and the second season, now on Netflix, deals with bad men, too. Rosenberg even wrote a specific subplot about a male movie producer
(JAKARTA, Indonesia) Thirty people were treated for sulfur gas poisoning after Mount Ijen in eastern Java belched toxic fumes from its crater, Indonesia‘s disaster agency said Thursday. Spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said more than 170 residents of several villages on the volcano‘s slopes had to flee. He said some suffered shortness of breath and
I don‘t want to hurt their feelings
Vladimir Putin may have been re-elected president of Russia on March 18, but he‘s far from the grand master of geopolitical chess portrayed in the Western media. Whether bragging about Russia‘s invincible new missile, playing coy over accusations that his hackers play games with foreign elections or that his spies murder opponents in faraway places,
"He would go down fast and hard, crying all the way"
On the night of March 14, Rio de Janeiro councilwoman Marielle Franco and her driver Anderson Pedro Gomes were shot and killed in her car after leaving a black-women‘s empowerment event. The killing of the human-rights activist mobilized tens of thousands of Brazilians to demand justice and sparked tributes from around the world. A rising
A woman clutched her phone to her heart the way a missionary might hold a Bible. She was anxious to take a picture of a stunning bouquet of flowers that sat not 10 ft. away, but first she had to get through a crowd of others jostling to do the same. The cause of this
Growing up as one of eight siblings in the southern part of New Jersey, or South Jersey as it‘s known to all who live there, has its disadvantages. Cathy Engelbert had to share a room with her messier younger sister Peggy. There were occasional fistfights, which Cathy usually lost. Both her parents had jobs outside
Columbine. Sandy Hook. Virginia Tech. Las Vegas. The names of America‘s mass shootings have become as hauntingly familiar as the responses to them-a now predictable cycle of thoughts and prayers, calls for new gun laws, debate over their need and then, usually, little else. Until the next one. No other developed country has such a
Roseanne Conner is a Trump voter, and it makes sense. The sitcom mom played by Roseanne Barr lives in one of the Rust Belt towns that broke heavily against Hillary Clinton-though, in Illinois, she‘s technically a blue stater. She‘s provocative and likes to speak frankly. And, in the first episode of her sitcom revival (premiering
Movies that were a lot of work to make shouldn‘t be a lot of work to watch. But Wes Anderson‘s ambitious yet faltering stop-motion adventure Isle of Dogs sentences us to hard labor every minute: not a moment goes by when we‘re not reminded how much cleverness, how much painstaking planning, how much meticulous manipulation
Steven Soderbergh is one of those directors who can do anything-which doesn‘t necessarily mean he should. His latest experiment, the psychological thriller Unsane, was shot on iPhones, which is probably the one thing most people will remember about it 10 years from now. The story-featuring Claire Foy (The Crown) as a woman who, after being
This generation of students has an instinct for humanity that may help redress what many of their elders concede is an imbalance in American life. So TIME wrote in a cover story 50 years ago profiling young leaders from the class of 1968. The year of student power, we called it then, in a phrase
Adults have failed to stop school shootings. Now it‘s the kids‘ turn to try
The actor and Saturday Night Live veteran makes his directorial debut with the dark comedy series Barry (debuting March 25 on HBO), co-created by Alec Berg. Hader stars as a dejected assassin who follows a mark to an acting class and decides to make a career pivot. How do you find the humor in a
He says he has 200 million in financing and hopes to raise four times that amount in crowdfunding
The administration accuses China of stealing American technology and trade secrets
The bill substantially boosts military and domestic spending but leaves behind young immigrant ‘Dreamers‘
Patience is wearing thin as the fourth major storm in three weeks pounds the region
The human rights group this week launched a social media campaign targeting Apple
The firm has responded by saying that it is the victim of "politically motivated attacks."
Pressure has been building after the president‘s allies allegedly tried to bribe a lawmaker
As a female scientist working in the 1950s and 60s,Saruhashi broke many glass ceilings
The Finnish foreign ministry said the talks were aimed at "building confidence and reducing tensions"