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FX's masterful spy thriller concluded its third season by spilling its most dangerous secret. Creator Joe Weisberg, executive producer Joel Fields, and star Matthew Rhys weigh in. [Warning: Spoilers!]
Also pretty expedient, considering the circumstances.
The former director of the CIA is getting off easy after leaking classified material to his mistress. Other leakers aren’t so lucky.
Actress LisaRaye has criticized the way black women are portrayed in the media, saying that they couldn’t emulate the career trajectory of a Kim Kardashian or Taylor Swift. She has some valid points.
Iron Man offended by UK interviewer's questions about the past.
Israel has a lot of problems, but its functioning democracy and liberal heritage means they can be fixed. Those on the Left should help it.
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is draws up paranoid plots about Corporate America’s takeover of the Continent.
With eleven videos now produced and released, qualities like courage and resilience transcend differences of culture and identity.
Is your refrigerator crisper a graveyard of spoiled produce and expired goods? Those squandered products add up — and fast. According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, the average American family throws out up to $43 worth of food each month. Show More Summary
Her pictures are of dramatic moments, but the Oscar-winning actress says she doesn’t want her photography to be intrusive.
"Clear eyes. Full hearts. Don't rape!"
A former Johnson and Wales student is suing Tau Kappa Epsilon for an alleged hazing ritual so brutal and depraved it landed him in the hospital for a month.
The U.S. military presented evidence that it was beating back the so-called Islamic State. But the generals left out a whole bunch of inconvenient facts.
Prosecutors claim a criminal syndicate stealing and selling the most coveted bourbon was an audacious inside job.
Drug dealer Saul Rodriguez, who bawled like a psychopathic baby when he was sentenced to 40 years for murder and kidnapping, was just the Saul you shouldn’t call. But his victims did.
Michael Eric Dyson is on the money: There’s a new model now of black intellectual leadership, and West is yesterday’s news.
If you live in Hillary-Conspiracy-Land, she turned State into a giant shakedown operation. Back here on Planet Earth, it’s a tad different.
If you think it’s all going to be sweet smiles and Chantilly cream when the world’s top pastry chefs get together, think again—and take an armored croissant.
Freethinkers in Bangladesh are increasingly targeted by Islamic extremists.
The government says Navinder Singh Sarao’s market manipulation caused the 2010 Stock Market “Flash Crash,” which had the Dow plummeting 1,000 points in minutes. Sarao was allowed to trade for four more years after the crash—and it’s proof the markets can’t, in fact, police themselves.