'The Wolf of Wall Street': No Moralizing, Great Filmmaking

Capitalist debauchery: It's the American way

The Great Gatsby was as bad as films come, and a forlorn quagmire for DiCaprio. Now he is redeemed with The Wolf of Wall Street.

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For starters, they've smoked pot before.

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Since When Is Philip Roth an Idol?

He went from bete noire to laureate. Why'd we lose track of his flaws?

In the 1990s, Philip Roth drifted from bête noire to laureate. Why'd we lose track of his flaws?

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Meet the leftist man with a giant blind spot when it comes to women.

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Make New Friends, Jettison the Old

Unlikely data from cell phone usage: The number of friends we have never changes

Unlikely data from cell phone usage: The number of friends we have never changes 

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If Your Name is Dennis, You're More Likely to Become a Dentist

The strange science of how names shape careers

The strange science of names and destiny

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I know you guys know all about how wear lots of layers and all of that, but cold weather is still rotten.  

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Stephen Hawking turns 72 on January 8. TNR's Stanley Kauffmann reviews A Brief History of Time and reminds us that Hawking's life just might be as incredible as his work.

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"Why I Read" is another pointless entry in the tired genre, The Very Personal Book About My Love Of Reading.

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The de Waal family is back with another romp through 20th century European history.

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