Social media influencer Caroline Calloway might not be a reliable narrator, but Scammer is an honest memoir nevertheless.
Between A.I. and TikTok, the actors and writers will be returning to a changed industry.
After a tragic on-set accident, a district attorney used a law passed after the incident to threaten Baldwin with years in jail.
The actor is a polarizing figure. That shouldn't matter when evaluating the criminal case against him.
Good intentions, bad results
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The torturous trial calls to mind Title IX investigations on college campuses.
"If treating diapers like a luxury makes you mad, so should taxing them like a luxury," said Paltrow.
He may have taken off the MAGA cap. But he's still finding a way to push people's buttons.
Around half a million Americans are stuck at any given time in pretrial detention, often because they can’t afford freedom.
The pop star's moving testimony casts light on the potential for abuse in court-ordered conservatorships.
The positive coverage shows a culture shift on LGBT issues for the better.
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These theories are dumb. Destroying 5G infrastructure is not going to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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Plea deals aren’t about mercy these days. They’re about intimidating defendants into giving up the right to a trial.
Mill's legal problems are now over, but he remains involved in efforts to push for important probation reforms.
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.