Talking with the most read—and most controversial—sex columnnist today.
Friday, December 12
Thursday, December 11
How Facebook ‘likes’ landed Jelani Henry in Rikers.
An Islamic State senior commander reveals the terror group’s origins.
Wednesday, December 10
“Traffic was never the problem. Everything else was.”
Meghan Daum's latest book of essays is The Unspeakable.
“As writers we think, well there has to be closure, there has to be a beginning middle end, the character has to go through a change. And then in life we're supposed to have some sort of arc or aha moment, as if the experience isn't legitimate unless we get something out of it. That's so culturally constructed, as they say. It's so artificial.”
The making and near unmaking of Paul Thomas Anderson’s breakout film.
Why do we honor dead soldiers rather than the fighters who deserted and the activists who demanded peace?
A holiday tradition in the Netherlands involving blackface has sparked a debate about race, the legacy of slavery, and the vestiges of colonialism.
Tuesday, December 9
The mainstreaming of livestreaming.