What cultural artifacts will come to embody the current presidential administration?
A new musical movement turns Mexican drug violence into catchy sing-alongs.
The Iron Lady, short on substance and long on sentimentality, is just the sort of film Margaret Thatcher would hate.
Bank of America and J.P. Morgan Chase's ad campaigns portray the institutions as your friendly neighborhood credit union.
Where did the literary luminary go wrong?
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy chronicles the last days of Britain as a superpower.
When did cultural disdain become the province of the left?
An Israeli dove in Jewish America
Dancing with the Stars challenges ballroom dancing's rigid gender roles.
We pick out the top five moments from the presidential contender's new book — so you don't have to.
This "lost" interview shows Steve Jobs as an incredibly charismatic figure.
TLC's new show, All-American Muslim, could educate the public about Islam — or not.
No single person encapsulates the drama, the deadly confrontations, and the self-destructive follies of the Cold War better than George Kennan.
A new biography gives Kurt Vonnegut his due.
Director Lars von Trier's latest film asks: What do you do when the world's coming to an end?