As Kendall Roy plots the next moves in his latest coup against his father—who promises to go “full f*cking beast”—this season seems bound to explore just how “good” he really is.
This week on The New Abnormal, we sit down with the two Democrats facing off against incendiary Republicans in North Carolina and Ohio.
As the pace of vaccinations in the U.S. soared, Brazilians were debating the merits of lockdowns and liberally taking medications with no evidence that they were effective against the coronavirus. I ...
It turns out that he’s not so interested in fighting the power when the power is paying him. Contributing Editor Tucker Carlson took a break from his nightly anti-vax mandate rants to rave this week ...
On October 5, a Russian Soyuz spacecraft flew into space with three people onboard, and docked with the International Space Station a few hours later. The crew’s mission: principal photography on the ...
The brilliant Deirdre O’Connell lip-syncs and much more in “Dana H.,” in which Dana Higginbotham, mother of playwright Lucas Hnath, reveals the terror of being kidnapped in 1997.
The death of a lobster sternman has sparked a bitter upheaval on the remote island of Vinalhaven and left a wealth of questions unanswered.
A former “Today” host ‘‘protecting” a Supreme Court justice at the suggestion of a New York Times columnist sounds like a conservative fever dream, but it’s exactly what happened.
Plus, 50 percent of poll say Prince Andrew should face lawsuit in U.S., how “The Crown” will show a happy Charles and Diana, and the Williams (Shatner and Prince) at odds on space.
Amanda Lipitz’s doc follows three girls abandoned as babies in China and adopted by U.S. families—only to reconnect as teens, learn they’re related, and go off looking for answers.