Rami Malek: 'I Hope It's Not Just This Year That Diversity is a Touchstone'
The star of "Mr. Robot" wants Hollywood to keep moving towards a more diverse slate of projectsBy Daniel D'Addario April 28, 2021
Neal Stephenson Explains the Rise of Novelistic TV
The Seveneves author weighs in on the great shows of 2015By Sarah Begley April 28, 2021
How Carly Rae Jepsen Faced Her Fears Following Up 'Call Me Maybe'
Go behind the scenes of TIME's photo shoot with the singer as she talks about her album E•MO•TIONBy Adam Perez April 28, 2021
Why History Has Its Eyes on Hamilton’s Diversity
“We have the opportunity to reclaim a history that some of us don’t necessarily think is our own"By Adam Perez April 28, 2021
How Kendrick Lamar Strives to Make Timeless Rap Albums
Go behind the scenes of TIME's photoshoot with the rapper as he talks about his album To Pimp a ButterflyBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Joseph Gordon-Levitt on His Surprising Favorite Film of the Year
The actor, who earned raves for his performance in Robert Zemeckis' The Walk, talks about the movie that inspired him the most in 2015By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Taraji P. Henson on Hollywood's Racial Biases: 'I Know the Struggle'
The Empire star talks about Viola Davis's Emmy triumph: "I wanted one of us to win"By Daniel D'Addario April 28, 2021
Why Your Nose Will Make or Break Thanksgiving
A cold could be your worst enemy on ThanksgivingBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
The Director of Three Hunger Games Movies on Resisting a 'Squeaky-Clean' Ending
He reflects on the trilogy as it comes to a closeBy Eliza Berman April 28, 2021
Amber Rose Explains How to Make a Million Dollars
The entrepreneur offers financial advice in her new book, How to Be a Bad BitchBy Sarah Begley April 28, 2021
A$AP Rocky Talks About the Influences Behind 'LSD'
'I really want to give people drugs through music.'By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
How Black Millennials Are Changing the Face of Travel
Black millennials are using social media to touch all corners of the worldBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Meet the Rapper Who Thinks the '90s Were Totally Overrated
"The '90s get a lot of credit—I don't really know why," says rapper Vince StaplesBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Here's How Pentatonix Makes Its A Capella Arrangements Happen
Watch the members break down their "Cheerleader" cover and their original song "Can't Sleep Love"By Nolan Feeney April 28, 2021
Outkast's Big Boi and Phantogram Explain How Collaborations Thrive
This isn't Big Boi. This isn't Phantogram. It's Big Grams.By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Learn the Surprising Science Behind the Football Spiral
How does a football spiral? Gravity is the trick.By Ainissa Ramirez April 28, 2021
Artist Kehinde Wiley Explains Why Empire Is So Successful
Why do we love Empire so much? Because "America is Empire"By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Explore the Physics Behind the Tennis Drop Shot
How does a tennis drop shot work? With a little help from the airBy Ainissa Ramirez April 28, 2021
Go Behind the Scenes of Sports Illustrated's Cover Shoot With the U.S. Women's Soccer Team
Watch the video above for a behind-the-scenes look at Sports Illustrated's cover shoot with every member of the 2015 Women's World Cup championship squad.By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
What Happens to a Country That Defaults on Its Loans?
Argentina and Iceland provide examplesBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
The Science of Why We Love Fireworks
How do fireworks work? The same way the universe doesBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Watch Walk the Moon Weigh In on This Year's Songs of the Summer
The band talks to TIME about their hit single "Shut Up and Dance" and their thoughts on Fetty Wap, Taylor Swift, Jason Derulo and moreBy Nolan Feeney April 28, 2021
#theBrief: Why Isn't There a Vaccine for the MERS Virus?
A treatment for MERS just isn't profitableBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
How Uganda's LGBT Community Is Fighting for the Right to Exist
Can Uganda’s gay-rights activists stop the government from enacting another homophobic law?By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Inside the Battle for Apache Land
The land swap was hidden in the defense spending bill's "rider"By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Inside New York Cops' Move to Body Cameras
The NYPD is testing body cameras and figuring out how they should—and shouldn't—be usedBy Francesca Trianni April 28, 2021
The Tumultuous Relationship Between LeBron and Cleveland
From hero to enemy and backBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
#TheBrief: When Citizens Record Police
The ACLU's "Police Tape" app has led the way for other police surveillance appsBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Watch Josh Groban Tell the Ultimate Dad Joke
The singer talks to TIME about his new album of musical theater covers, StagesBy Nolan Feeney April 28, 2021
#TheBrief: Who Is Responsible for Migrants Who Seek Asylum?
Who is responsible for migrants seeking asylum? Italy? Or the European Union?By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Who Is Using Up All of California’s Water?
Three sectors gulp up most of the Golden State’s water supplyBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Nigeria's Kidnapped Girls Forgotten Ahead of Election Day
President Goodluck Jonathan is concentrating his energies on getting re-elected in MarchBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
See How Frog Legs Helped Make the Oscars Possible
Science explains how those Academy Awards are madeBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Eddie Huang: 'I'm Not Mad at Margaret Cho'
"She's a pioneer," the Fresh Off the Boat author saysBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Eddie Huang Doesn't Need You to Tell Him What's Offensive
The author of the memoir-turned-TV-show Fresh Off the Boat talks race, identity, and creating your own America.By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Watch How the AK-47 Came to Be 'Made In America'
In early 2015, a U.S.-based company got the green light to start producing what is perhaps the world's most recognizable assault rifleBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
How Islam Became the Fastest-Growing Religion in Europe
French colonialism and immigration policies across Europe helped fuel migration from the Muslim worldBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Nas: 'It's Not Cool For the U.S. to Look Like Apartheid South Africa'
The rapper says Americans—both black and white—need to know their historyBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Hear How a Cab Driver Changed Tony Bennett's Stage Shows
A cabbie gave Tony Bennett an idea about his live performances that he's never forgottenBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Tony Bennett Says Lady Gaga Has Something Other Singers Don't
The legendary crooner on why she's the perfect jazz singerBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
These Athletes Lost Endorsement Deals After Scandals
Nike dropping Adrian Peterson is a reminder of other athletes who lost their endorsements following scandalsBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
OITNB Star Lea DeLaria Out-Preaches a Homophobic Preacher
"This is not Sodom and Gomorrah"By Jack Linshi April 28, 2021
Chechen Dissident: I Survived Abduction by Putin's Agents
The story of one man who says he was tortured for challenging Russia's presidentBy Simon Shuster April 28, 2021
See the Creepy Traditions That Spawned Halloween
Here's how Halloween happened.By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
What Are the Rights of People Quarantined for Ebola?
The term "quarantine" goes back to the Bubonic Plague epidemic. How has it evolved since then?By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Russell Brand Explains How You Start a Revolution
"This is a revolution to make life more exciting."By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
See How Christopher Columbus Got His Own Holiday
The 15th century explorer is known for "discovering" the New WorldBy Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
Watch Jennifer Garner Explain How She'll Talk to Her Kids About Sex
Jennifer Garner, who stars in a new movie about the perils of the Internet called Men, Women & Children, has nothing particularly against porn. She just doesn’t want her three kids to see it online...By Salima Koroma April 28, 2021
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