The war against the terror group requires the kind of grit and leadership that have gone missing
For immigrants in France, being on the wrong side of the culture war feeds a sense of not -belonging
The Paris attacks have -revived a difficult debate about encryption
The head of the UK’s domestic security agency recently warned that ISIS is planning mass casualty attacks in Britain. His concerns are well founded. We will not be far behind.
Few politicians in either party are willing to address the issue directly
The former supreme commander of NATO says we must build a coalition and offer a plan of attack
ISIS struck at the heart of Western culture
The U.S. must do its part to alleviate the crisis
‘Too often, we have confused hospitality with blindness’
How to explain the inexplicable?
Inside Marilyn Mosby’s challenge
The English actor, 69, is earning rave reviews and Oscar buzz for her new movie, 45 Years, out on Dec. 23. Rampling plays a devoted wife living in the English countryside whose quiet marriage is upended by a revelation from long ago.
Rock the halls
That’s why they always felt so real
Students across the country have risen up in protest recently over racial inequality in a range of areas, from underrepresentation to ineffective leadership to Halloween costumes. Is all of the outrage warranted?
After earning raves for his roles in critically acclaimed TV dramas The Wire and Friday Night Lights
The rapper-turned-author and namesake for an iconic political maneuver has long since moved beyond the Clintons
Reviewing Where to Invade Next
What to expect from the Pontiff’s latest world journey
The film is just one part of a breakout year for Paula Pell
The Republican presidential front runner stepped up his campaign of insults in a speech at Iowa Central Community College on Nov. 12. Here is a look at the most blistering put-downs.
The Will Smith film does the NFL no favors. But it could have been much, much worse
The film a thinly fictionalized retelling of the life of Elbe, a Danish painter
How a tiny lab busted a giant automaker—and what it shows about the future of cheating
Who wins could change the way you fly—no matter where you’re headed
Looking for a good laugh, a prestige pic, something the kids will love? This handy guide to 15 more films will point you in the right direction
President Clinton tried. President Bush tried. President Obama thinks he has answer
A World Health Organization survey of about 10,000 people in 12 countries reveals widespread misconceptions about antibiotic resistance. Here are some common myths.
Prepare for the plot twists of Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Dec. 18) by brushing up on Anakin Skywalker’s story arc