The politics and rhetoric of Trevor Noah’s appointment as the new host of the Daily Show.
The death of Bobby Phills, an NBA player who made one terrible mistake.
A woman thought a Coen brothers movie was a “true story” and tracked it to her death. Now someone’s made a fictional film about her, further blurring the lines between reality and artifice.
Besieged by pirates, and youngsters unused to paying to watch sex, the porn industry just isn’t what it used to be.
“Some of the best lines — and I’ve been lucky to hear really nutso lines over the years — are not in response to any kind of question. It’s in response to, ‘I don’t know.’”
The story of a young man, a lake with some fish, a compound bow and a very bad idea.
The many lives of Josh Tillman, who on the way to releasing one of the year’s best albums was “a defiant child of God, a broke dishwasher, a successful drummer, a Dionysian shaman, a failed poet, a drug-hoovering spiritualist, and a gleeful prankster.”
Irina Pavolva is trying to steer the Brooklyn Nets through a rough patch. Will she make it?
On the set of ‘Show Me a Hero,’ his new HBO miniseries, Simon is as impassioned, cantankerous, and uncompromising as ever.
On the ground at the big, sad, strange Burt Reynolds memorabilia auction in Las Vegas.