A handful of dumb tweets do not a story make.
Some people don't belong behind bars. This celebrity-launched criminal justice reform group wants to free them.
At a celebrity-headlined and media-focused summit on incarceration, the speakers recognize their allies.
Another crop of celebrities, cities, and corporations declare war on single-use plastic straws.
Celebrity environmental activism against straws only lends moral support to prohibitionist politicians.
The show navigated a fascinating complicated world of ideological diversity. Its star was not so adept.
The Searcher focuses almost entirely on Presley as artist.
Some controversial behavior connected to the Communist Party gets played down.
Eighty-nine-year-old first-time filmmaker and journalism legend Joan Kron on her new film, Take My Nose...Please!
Sweeping generalizations take the place of actual analysis or thoughtful narratives.
Film favors martyrdom over careful analysis.
Private enterprise helps global economic development in ways besides simple charity.
Meanwhile, more television shows about time travel!
Ashton Kutcher Claims He Helped Cops Save Way More Sex-Trafficking Victims Than Authorities Say They've Found
How can Kutcher's group have helped in dramatically more sex-trafficking investigations than were actually opened across America?
Safe spaces for me, but not for thee.
For better or worse, part of one America's biggest movie franchise juggernauts
Liberal Celebrity Videos Failed to Stop Donald Trump, But Trump's Victory Has Failed to Stop Liberal Celebrity Videos
Martin Sheen, Moby, and others beg "Hamilton Electors" to stop Trump from taking the White House in earnest, incoherent video.
The two major parties are "like gangs," said the family-sitcom star. "It's really time for us to break away."
Will the hip-hop artist throw his love behind Libertarian Gary Johnson again in 2016?
Is there any way to stop the abuse of the word 'epidemic'?
Mexican authorities say the actor's interview with the notorious fugitive kept the trail hot.
And people have opinions about that.
Response to criticism of police misconduct is to give more reasons to be afraid.
Decriminalizing sex work supports "gender apartheid" say the likes of Lena Dunham, Anne Hathaway, and Meryl Streep.
Dunham's memoir-one in which she positions herself as a sexual assault victim-also highlights some blatant sexual and political double standards.