October 12, 2015
A new collection of essays from the contrarian public intellectual.
What time is it? Will Bernie and Hillary do battle? Or will you fall asleep?
CNN didn't invite the Harvard professor, so he shared his barbs with the New Republic.
The Man Booker Prize is the world's most prestigious literary award for works published in English, but it's ascent has come at a cost to its identity.
'Steve Jobs' is the latest movie to explore the soul of an alluring, disturbing startup CEO.
It's not because of the "word gap."
It may be boring compared to the Trump Show, but the contrast will be striking.
His new memoir tells of songwriting and encounters with the famous.
Believe it or not, "white man" is becoming its own kind of stereotype.
Has legal marijuana—and the resulting economic boom—destroyed Denver's affordable housing market?
Junun shows the making of Jonny Greenwood and Shye Ben Tzur's new album.
She just needs to convince Democrats that she's Republicans' fiercest enemy.
October 11, 2015
Some writers need to go abroad to see home clearly, but New York is all Vivian Gornick needs.
October 9, 2015
He said the Holocaust would have been "diminished" if Germany’s Jews had been armed. History proves him wrong.
Daily fantasy games are wildly popular and completely infuriating
And it's dangerous to the country, too.
The Nobel Prizewinner's compassionate writing resists politicization.
Claire Vaye Watkins's characters shack up in the rubble of the apocalypse.
He was supposed to be environmentalists' champion. What happened?
Becoming Mrs. Houdini meant learning to speak to the dead.
The Apple chairman as corporate tyrant and consumer saint.
Chilean general Augusto Pinochet ordered an assassination on American soil, and the conservative magazine came to his defense.
Rupert Murdoch's tweets about Ben Carson signified a dangerous stereotype.
This Hispanic vote won't decide the general election, but the Democratic primary is a different story.