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The life and unvarnished style of Barbara Stanwyck.
The brilliant Oscar-nominated film The Act of Killing depicts the horrifying mass murder in Indonesia in the 1960s—but the US was no mere observer.
The tangled web of affairs, accusations and legal battles that defined Woody Allen and Mia Farrow’s relationship unfolded over three decades.
Ambitious beneath his pose of indolence, James McNeill Whistler was the most contradictory of artists.
MoMA’s new expansion plans represent avant-gardism at its most deracinated.
Are we all Westeros now?
From Yes Minister and The Thick of It to Veep, Scandal and House of Cards, British political satire and its American progeny reveal growing disillusionment with political irreality.
For a lot of commentators on all sides, the stakes far exceed the truth of Dylan Farrow’s accusation itself.
The urbanization of China and infusion of Western forms amounts to a second Cultural Revolution.
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- Strange Fruit in Ferguson
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- How the War on Terror Created the World’s Most Powerful Terror Group
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