The dark comedy from Yorgos Lanthimos offers a surreal choice—fall in love, or be turned into an animal.
The search for an artificial intelligence smart enough to love.
It's not a crime to ask for a swipe, but the NYPD might arrest you for it.
A new biography explains the contradictions in a man who defended equality while owning slaves.
What happens when the abyss of social media stares back.
The film festival's most exciting offerings feature Adam Driver, Kristen Stewart, and those Dardenne brothers.
From the written letter to online commentary, the fine art of literary hate mail endures.
A photographer catalogs the makeshift memorials for the victims of New York City's gun violence.
Her story is hard to share, but Sue Klebold's book about her son shows Columbine from a new perspective.
A new art book aims to show that biology is not destiny.
It’s never been harder to be a mindful shopper.
Do our memorials to the dead do more harm than good?
After the revolution, former slaves and native populations were forced to segregate from the new Republic.
A review of Margaret Mitchell's bestseller
When Larry Wilmore called President Obama "my n—" at this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner, it was a powerful moment of connection.
There are far more conservatives being driven around in limos these days than liberals.
The bot revolution is nearly here. What will it look like?