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Military exercises over the last month are meant to prove NATO’s resolve. But Putin’s “little green men” and his “ambiguous assault” strategy still have it in a quandary.
A growing chorus in Rome, straight and LGBT, echo Pope Francis as they ask the assembled bishops at a critical summit, “Who are you to judge?”
The ‘Batman’ and ‘Beetlejuice’ star is back, this time with one of the best performances of his career in ‘Birdman.’ So where has Keaton been over the last two decades?
The Soviets Got to the Far Side of the Moon First, And the Mystery They Found Remains
The athletic 29-year-old got a Stage 4 brain cancer diagnosis. So rather than lose her dignity, she’s ending her life. On November 1
There’s the stereotype of the angry Muslim and the scary Muslim, but these young performers and poets are defying those tropes and defining themselves.
'Where the Motherland Begins' weirdly shows Snowden character as a mole in the U.S. since childhood.
Allegations of sexual misconduct have dogged Carl DeMaio since he entered politics. But is it just because he’s gay?
The self-proclaimed ‘marriage capital of the world’ gets on board with same-sex matrimony.
Angelina Jolie is a great humanitarian. That doesn't mean she should have been made a dame by the Queen
They preach abstinence and shame the adult industry, but findings conclude that the more Christian and conservative you are, the more you’re into porn.
Malala's Nobel co-laureate has been working for decades to stop the exploitation of child labor in India.
It’s been two years since the end of Twilight and that tabloid hullabaloo. Now, the actress is back with a trio of standout performances in indie films. She opens up about her latest chapter.
She was the third-wave feminism firebrand, famous and lauded. But the author of ‘The Beauty Myth’ has become a nonsense-garbling conspiracy theorist.
Entering his seventh decade, the actor put auto racing in the rear-view mirror, found satisfaction in his charitable business, and turned in some of his most nuanced performances.
King Lear, strippers, and show horses: Inside the $500 million lawsuit that could bring down Gaston Glock’s gun empire.
Sure, Malala is totally worthy. But most of them haven’t been, because peace is elusive. War, however, is clarifying.
With same-sex marriage laws changing rapidly in the U.S., there’s never been a better time to come out. But is it safe for gay men and women yet?
Bettina Stangneth argues that Hannah Arendt got it all wrong when she argued that Adolf Eichmann epitomized the ‘banality of evil.’ He knew exactly what he was doing.
The lyricist celebrates everything from do, re, and mi to xu, za, and ut in his clever new book, ‘101 Two-Letter Words’—an ode to the Scrabble tiles that can leave opponents in the po.