Movie & TV
Past 24 hours
Past 7 days
Past 30 days
30 years later, the human chain that 'unshackled' the Baltic nations still matters
Dainius Vaičekonis was a university student in 1989 when he got in a taxi on Aug. 23 to drive through heavy traffic to the ...
Ghana’s ‘Year of Return’ is emotional for descendents on both sides of the slave trade
Over one doorway at Elmina Castle, a former hub of the slave trade in Ghana, a brass plaque reads, “door of no return.” It ...
Hong Kong families form peaceful 'human chain' ahead of airport protest
Thousands of chanting Hong Kong protesters joined hands to form human chains on Friday in a peaceful protest, with almost ...
Trump-Putin ‘happy talk’ isn't in US national interest, says McFaul
Russian President Vladimir Putin will not be in attendance when world leaders gather in France for the G7 summit this weekend ...
Retracing a slave route in Ghana, 400 years later
Aug. 25 marks 400 years since the first recorded enslaved Africans arrived in North America to work plantations in English ...
Activists say it’s time to do away with Le Sauvage, a Belgian festival’s traditional blackface character
The Ducasse d'Ath begins Friday. It's a centuries-old festival featuring large puppets, giants and floats that parade through ...
Brazil faces international backlash over Amazon fires, deforestation
Amid growing global condemnation, Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro said on Friday he may mobilize the army to help combat a ...
Trump administration plans rule change that allows indefinite detention for migrants
The Trump administration on Wednesday unveiled a rule that allows officials to detain migrant families indefinitely while ...
Aha Moment: ‘The Night of the Hunter’
Karen Russell is an acclaimed short story writer with five published collections, including her most recent book, “Orange ...
Will the next wave of humanoid robots make our lives better — or steal our jobs?
Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang is sounding the alarm: The robots are coming for your job. “Technology is now ...
Portishead’s ‘Dummy,’ 25 years later
When Portishead released their debut album, “Dummy,” in 1994, critics initially found it impossible to describe. “There are ...
Are the Saudis using big sporting events to 'sportswash' their image?
News of a prizefight set to take place in Saudi Arabia in December has riveted boxing fans but outraged human rights ...