The allegations of sexual harassment and abuse against film producer Harvey Weinstein intensified this week, as more women came forward and gave on-the-record accounts of the Hollywood mogul making unwanted advances and forcing physical contact. Days after The New York…
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — When Karen Pence found out that an art therapist in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico couldn't afford the clay her clients needed, she sprang into action.
Texas-born author George Saunders, known for his short story collections, is the winner of the 2017 Man Booker Prize for his first full-length novel, “Lincoln in the Bardo.” Saunders’ novel focuses on a night in 1862 when President Abraham Lincoln…
The startling exhibit in Washington D.C. reveals how labor and sex trafficking is alive and well in the U.S. and around the world.
By Elizabeth Flock
“From One / who says, ‘Don’t cry. You’ll like it after a while,’” she writes. “And Two who tells you thank you / after the fact and can’t look at your face.”…
By Megan Thompson
By Michael D. Regan
For more than 40 years, artist William Wegman has been making portraits and videos of his beloved Weimaraner dogs.
By Corinne Segal and Kamala Kelkar
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' 54-member board voted overwhelmingly to “immediately expel” bigtime Oscar player Harvey Weinstein from the governing body of the Academy Awards.
The comedy tells the story of the three friends who struggle to stay rooted in their historically black and Latino community as it faces changing racial and class dynamics.
Before he became the first African American to serve on the Supreme Court, Thurgood Marshall moved from town to town as part of the NAACP to represent black defendants in a justice system rampant with discrimination. Jeffrey Brown sits down…
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