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If only women had written in Woolf’s day, the English novel would have still been in very capable hands. From Mansfield to Gibbons to Hall, here are authors who need not stand in Woolf’s long shadow.
The comedian was right to call out Bill Cosby, but his material is littered with jokes about rape.
The killing of a 19-year-old beauty queen and her sister has shocked Honduras. It reflects the horrific violence pervading the most murderous country in the world.
The CNN anchor asked an alleged victim of Bill Cosby why she didn’t stop him. That victim-blaming mindset is pervasive and ignorant.
Forget about the fight in Washington—the pipeline just doesn’t make economic sense anymore.
Gone are the wild-eyed revolutionaries in Donetsk and Luhansk, replaced by steely-eyed bureaucrats and seasoned combat veterans.
Critics of AOL’s “digital prophet” say he’s everything that’s wrong with corporate America. But if he’s tech journalism’s new punchline, then perhaps the joke’s on us.
Julien Blanc says he can teach any man to bed women successfully thanks to easy—and very abusive—techniques. But not in Britain, it seems.
An unusual storm rams into Western NY off of Lake Erie
A social progressive and a fiscal conservative, Nelson Rockefeller was closer to FDR than Reagan, says his biographer Richard Norton Smith.
As Israeli PM Netanyahu reacts to the murder of four rabbis in Jerusalem, he lashes out at supposed enemies around the world—and a new Arab uprising takes shape.
Everyone knows there’s a problem with televised political coverage. The big question is how to fix it.
The president’s planned executive action for undocumented immigrant parents of U.S. citizens is about to bring the derogatory term ‘anchor babies’ into the mainstream, advocates fear.
Jeffrey Pounding was on the fast track to become a general. Now he’s facing the military equivalent of a grand jury for adultery and for failure to discuss that he had HIV.
The notorious Sinaloa cartel boss is trying to use Mexican law to get himself out of jail—and it just might work. His weapons charges have been tossed, and racketeering could be next.
Legendary musician George Clinton on his long-running copyright battle against ‘mobsters’ in the industry, why he’s sober now, and how he was always concerned for Bob Marley’s life.
The filmmaker discusses the reasoning behind the big surprise midway through his space epic ‘Interstellar’ that’s divided audiences. [WARNING: Massive spoilers.]
Is ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside’ actually about a predatory forced sexual experience? Maybe! And if so, these covers of it are really, really weird.
Jack Livings’s debut story collection focuses on people outside the center of power to paint a subtle and convincing group portrait of China since Mao.
In his first term, Dan Malloy enacted a hugely ambitious progressive agenda. This fall, he ran on that record—and won. Now he’s got some advice for his dejected fellow Democrats.