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What should businesses make of the chaotic presidential debate?
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and voting rights advocate Stacey Abrams are among the list of nominees for Time magazine’s Person of the Year distinction for 2020.
A backlash is mounting against depictions of “good cops,” on television and in the street.
The director and cast, including Al Pacino, Sofia Coppola and Andy Garcia, look back at making “Part III,” which has been re-edited (and retitled) for its 30th anniversary.
Spend the week getting swept up in classic dance, admiring a sloth or listening to Soccer Mommy.
For decades, the feminist artist was pushed to the sidelines. Relevant once again, she can no longer be ignored.
What I learned from a year of obsessive fandom
With ‘Mank,’ America’s most famously exacting director tackles the movie he’s been waiting his entire career to make.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) tweeted Saturday that Democratic nominee Joe Biden will “destroy our Second Amendment” if he is elected president.
In the digital era, a carefully crafted persona has become more valuable than contest results.
A project announced this week and funded by the European Union will catalog and recreate the scents of Europe from the 16th century to the early 20th century.
Many beauty salons and barbershops are booked solid with appointments, showing how much grooming is a treasured ritual.
Bunkado, a gift shop that opened in 1946 in Little Tokyo, tells the story of a Japanese-American family.
The new International Library for Fashion Research in Oslo, the brainchild of a fashion odd couple, has very big ambitions.
Decades ago, a young American woman served an impoverished South Korea as a Peace Corps volunteer. Now the country is an economic powerhouse, and it decided to send her a token of its gratitude.
An exhibition looks back at a point in the 1970s when the philosopher and activist was a state-promoted hero behind the Iron Curtain.
Pretty Little Liars and Gilmore Girls both take place in small towns but don't have many other similarities. What do Reddit users think of the shows?
The gunman who killed former "The Voice" contestant Christina Grimmie and then fatally shot himself was 27-year-old Kevin James Loibl, police said.
Katie Couric says her 2008 interview with then-Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin would likely be a “badge of honor” for the former Alaska governor if it took place today.
Even a skull ring can prove to be a comfort.
The streaming services are in charge, and bringing a ruthless new culture with them.
YouTube and Instagram influencers make hundreds or millions of dollars touting everything from Fyre Festival to fashion week to makeup. Here's how.
The legislation would have prohibited the sale of certain semiautomatic firearms, including popular AR-15 style rifles.
Vanity Fair, Vogue, and O: The Oprah Magazine all took different approaches to addressing allegations of racism within their industry in the wake of George Floyd's death.
Hair stylists are finding that lockdown has taught some regular customers they don't need an expensive salon treatment after all.
Naomi Osaka’s hair doesn’t impact her 120 mph serve or powerful baseline play. But it does impact how she is perceived in the bright, white tennis world.
Save up to 75 percent on new furniture to help upgrade your bedroom, patio, living room, entryway and more.
The Franco-Japanese fashion designer was famed for his jungle-infused designs and free-spirited aesthetic that channeled his home continent of Asia.
The man suspected of killing six people in Isla Vista, Calif., last week appeared to be driven by fury against women who he said preferred to date bullies.
Melissa Blake grew up adoring fashion but wondering: Where are the models who look like me? Fast forward to 2020, when she modeled clothes from her wheelchair at recent virtual-because-Covid New York Fashion Week. Blake explains why it's a big win for her and many others.
Peggy Drexler writes that given the fact that we are now in a pandemic, with many complaining about gaining weight during quarantine, Adele's appearance on her birthday post may be especially jarring for many. But the reaction to Adele's weight loss, or post about her weight loss, has nothing to do with timing. The pandemic is an easy scapegoat at best, and a clear example of the can't-win culture in which we live.
What does the world think about America's tumultuous 2020 election? CNN Opinion asked contributors for their views on what Joe Biden's defeat of Donald Trump could mean for their countries.
About an hour after the news that BuzzFeed is acquiring HuffPost first broke, BuzzFeed chief Jonah Peretti held an all-hands for HuffPost staffers over Google Meet. Peretti appeared enthusiastic and optimistic, according to two HuffPost staffers who were on the call, and those feelings were shared by some members of the staff at HuffPost, but not without some trepidation.
Wearing a striped shirt and Matrix-style dark glasses, Onel de Guzman stared at the floor as he made his way through a crowd of photographers into a hastily arranged press conference in Quezon City, a suburb of the Philippines capital Manila.
Start small and expect the unexpected.
Vogue’s September issue celebrated Black culture and contributors. But some employees say the magazine’s powerful editor fostered a workplace that sidelined women of color.
Three artists, a curator and a writer came together to discuss the pieces that have not only best reflected the era, but have made an impact.
Mr. Fernandez, in dubbing and writing some scripts of the TV series, provided Americans with an early introduction to Japanese animation.
Where do CDs go to die?
The Minneapolis newspaper, which closed last week after four decades, was a home and a launchpad for a generation of pop journalists.
In this original short story, a 1950 Alabama lawn party is disrupted by night riders. Terror reigns until an altogether unearthly figure arrives.
On Instagram, Deuxmoi shares anonymous tips about A-Listers. But can you trust its sources?
Some first-time gun buyers fear a social order breakdown and some gun owners worry about potential firearms restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Editor of New Scientist who saw the magazine’s circulation double during his 10 years at the helm
The fact that Trump ran as strongly as he did demonstrates the moral bankruptcy of the media and polling organizations.
More than 3,000 parents have joined Facebook page protesting new Pampers diapers.
The 400th anniversary of the first Puritans landing at Plymouth is passing with little fanfare—and that’s OK.
Don’t miss out on today's lesson: You too can learn how to write stories about journalists’ favorite right-wing provocateur.
And that presents a challenge for Democrats determined to press for gun control in a Biden administration.
U.S. prosecutors could decide as soon as next month whether to file an antitrust suit accusing Google of monopolizing advertising technology.
A celebrity dog trainer is murdered... now, exclusive interviews reveal the truth behind the crime
Two decades after Dale Pike was shot dead on a Miami beach, questions still swirl around the man convicted for the murder
In the 'don't show off, don't over-do-it' culture of D.C., upgrading style, sparingly and with class, is the new thing to do.
In "39 Days" documentary, CBS News journalists — embedded with survivors of the Parkland, Florida, school shooting and a grieving father — take viewers inside the creation of a movement
"A man dies when he refuses to stand up for that which is right. A man dies when he refuses to stand up for justice," the MLK Jr. quote in the ad reads.
Here are just some of the coronavirus pandemic's many victims: who they were, and the lives they touched.
Where the desperation of late-stage meritocracy is so strong, you can smell it
Greece banks on its low coronavirus rate and a long list of new safety rules to lure visitors back to its tourism hotspots.
China’s repression of the Uighurs in Xinjiang has forced those in the diaspora to protect their identity from afar.
President Macron gives Muslim leaders 15 days go agree to a "charter of republican values".
Taking a husband’s name emerged from patriarchal history. So why do so many young western couples still follow this tradition?
As the pop icons return (minus Posh) for their Spiceworld tour - is Girl Power relevant or a 90s relic?
The fonts are from the same company behind typefaces for the Obamas, Rolling Stone, Twitter, Tiffany & Co., the Guggenheim, Condé Nast and Nike.
The endless flow of content doesn’t need to make sense to create engagement.
The results of the U.S. election will pose existential questions in London.
The pandemic is having a devastating impact on newspapers and magazines.
The surprising persistence of the mail-order business
Six years ago, Sophia Loren emerged from retirement to film Jean Cocteau’s “The Human Voice” — her version of the one-act play that Tilda Swinton and Pedro Almodóvar recently adapted during lockdow…
A new exhibit celebrates Paul Rand, a pioneer who re-envisioned the look of megacompanies with whimsical, colorful logos and illustrations.
It’s been nearly two years since TV bid farewell to Fox’s “New Girl” and for actor-comedian Lamorne Morris, who played Winston Bishop in the Zooey Deschanel series, he’…
The rare Chilean soapbark tree produces compounds that can boost the body’s reaction to vaccines.
The 'Black-ish' star and Emmy nominee figured she’d made it when she scored the lead role in the early-2000s sitcom 'Girlfriends.' But it would be 14 more years before she hit her stride.
The managing director of Hervé Léger has advised women of the wrong shape not to wear the brand's signature bandage dresses.
Even the French now worry about cigarettes, but attempts to curb smoking face some peculiarly Gallic obstacles
Fans of Southern Living magazine have since 1966 accessed its many recipes and home ideas through print pages, and, more recently, a website. Next year, they’ll be able to do so with their televisi…
Bustle Digital Group has voluntarily recognized the Writers Guild of America East for the purpose of collective bargaining after an “overwhelming” majority of employees in that unit sig…
Founded by former Google engineers, Brief is a newly launched news app that aggregates and summarizes the news in hopes of tackling a number of problems with today’s news cycle, including information overload, burnout, media bias, and algorithms that prioritize engagement over news accuracy. Today,…
The French comic series "Valérian and Laureline," newly adapted into a summer blockbuster, gave the genre one of its first protagonists to powerfully own her womanhood.
The disappearance of local news is a slow-moving disaster.
Large capacity magazines are the real culprit on lethality. If Trump could be convinced to turn against his NRA pals, he should limit their size.
The 300-some magazines that Apple News+ will let you read for 10 bucks is a great deal. But finding what to read could be easier.
You may already know Frank Ocean and "Old Town Road" breakout Lil Nas X. In honor of Pride Month, here are five more black LGBTQ artists to listen to.
Amazon's Prime Day, which begins at midnight PT Tuesday, gives members special deals on up to 200 million items. But there's other daily member perks.
When "Parasite" won best picture at the 2020 Academy Awards on Sunday night, it cemented the film's position in history -- as well as South Korea's growing cultural influence in the United States.
To highlight racism and police violence, O: The Oprah Magazine gives its cover to someone other than its founder for the first time.
In times when a pandemic unleashes death and poverty, the concept of what is essential to keep society functioning in a lockdown is gripping Europe
‘Talking about girl power gave us a fire in our belly,’ Sporty Spice states
A new docuseries is about to take the runway at E! The entertainment channel has greenlit Model Squad which will follow today’s most high-profile and in-demand supermodels in the fashion indu…
Norman Pearlstine is about to be out of a job and likely is breathing a sigh of relief. Having successfully run major media entities like Forbes, Time Inc. and the Wall Street Journal, Pearlstine h…
Apple News has racked up more than 100 million active users, the Silicon Valley giant revealed Wednesday as it works to get its news subscription service off the ground. The Apple News user base ha…
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved Latisse only for use on top lashes, but dermatologists have prescribed it "off label" to enhance thinning hair and brows.
The battle for control over Ebony and Jet magazines is coming to a head in federal bankruptcy court in Texas next week. The publisher of the two storied publications, which have chronicled black cu…
The ban was law for a decade before expiring in 2004, and the effectiveness of the ban has been debated ever since.
Dressed in head-to-toe Armani, a brooding Baylor Hudson looks every inch the supermodel as he smolders into the camera while posing in the center of a deserted Manhattan street for the cover of an …
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