In the new film Past Lives, a cultural past and present come head to head. And the actress identifies with her character's struggles.
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In 1966, Otis Taylor was refused his high school diploma from Manual High School in Denver, Colo., for refusing to cut off his afro at the administration's request.
Central Park West draws from James Comey's experience in the FBI and as a U.S attorney for the southern district of New York.
HBO's Succession ended a four-season run on Sunday night. And Siobhan Roy's final choice exemplifies what the show has been best at, and what its devotees love about it.
Black Twitter has been a force since the platform started. Now, one woman is seeking to archive it, as Twitter's future appears uncertain.
After tumultuous and public legal battles, Kesha has released a new album full of the tensions of the recent years.
Superhero movies transformed the film industry over the last 15 years. But how does the man in charge of some of the most beloved comic book characters chart the years ahead?
Cameron Fields was a Cleveland-based reporter who did a deep dive into elementary schools. Now he's leaving journalism behind to pursue a career as a teacher.
Before this week, Peggy Whitson had spent a cumulative 665 days in space over her career, giving her the NASA record. She's not done yet.
Ash Williams has been on the front line for reproductive health in his state. Now, another challenge arises.
Last December, Montana banned the app on government devices. Now, it is banning the hugely popular platform outright. Where does that leave the content creators?
Experts are warning that artificial intelligence is developing far more rapidly than regulators can keep up with. Is there any chance of picking up that slack?
Declarations and loosened restrictions aside, for the immunocompromised or chronically ill, COVID is still a major concern.