Interview

The Danish Editor Who Published Mohammed Cartoons in 2005: "This Idea That Charlie Hebdo Had an Anti-Islamic Bias Is Stupid"
January 12, 2015

An interview with Flemming Rose, the Danish editor who ran the now-infamous Mohammed cartoons.

Modern Racism Can Be So Hilarious
The story behind the Times's brilliant "Off Color" video series
November 06, 2014

Heard any smart racial jokes lately? You will here. 

Obama's Former Muslim Advisor Assesses Whether He's Lived Up to His Cairo Speech
October 19, 2014

Obama came into office promising to improve relations with the Muslim world. It didn't go exactly as planned.

Talking to the Director of the Year's Best Gay Bilingual Film
October 16, 2014

"Coming out is a universally hard thing to do."

It's Astounding That We're Still Debating the Pill After 50 Years
October 12, 2014

Women are still fighting for their choices.

Does The Fate of the Navajo Nation Depend on Its Language?
October 10, 2014

If younger Navajo don't speak the language, the community itself could crumble.

Hilary Mantel: Margaret Thatcher "Wrecked This Country"
The controversial writer discusses Britain’s male-dominated literary culture and the legacy of a certain prime minister
October 05, 2014

The controversial writer discusses Britain’s male-dominated literary culture and the legacy of a certain prime minister.

Anne Sinclair: 'I Don’t Believe That the French Jews Are Fleeing'
September 29, 2014

"I don’t believe that the French Jews are fleeingit’s absolutely untrue"

Jeffrey Tambor’s New Role Made Him “Throw-Up Nervous”
September 19, 2014

He's playing a woman for the first time.

Dinesh D'Souza Is Planning His Prison Memoir
The conservative firebrand speaks as he awaits sentencing for campaign fraud
September 16, 2014

Facing prison, the onetime heir to William F. Buckley reflects on how he turned himself from conservative intellectual into multi-platform provocateur.

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