British comedian Russell Howard compares news reports, and they are, er, hysterical.
Her new, surprisingly good album drops this week. So we asked her about it.
The affable comic discusses the Marines, SNL and his role(s) in Dumb and Dumber To.
Ebola, Brad Pitt, and giant spiders.
Talking culture and politics with the Senior Middle East Correspondent.
A photographer creates a cloud atlas with his wife and approaching storms.
Keira Knightley struggles to grow up, looks good doing it.
And whether he'd use it.
Amazon's unlimited eBooks for $10/month is a raw deal. An American man of letters breaks it down.
These belong on every aspiring literary gentleman's bookshelf.
The Selfie star talks social media, growing up in the South, raising “MILF” awareness, the legacy of Harold and more.
The knowledge you need to rule any conversation.
He’s got a new Showtime special, and we’ve got a very candid interview.
Steve Almond, author of Against Football, on why the NFL is bad for us.
The Foo frontman talks the band’s new show and album—and interviewing Obama.
Love, laugh, learn and save yourself more than an hour.
Urbane gent or headed for the gutter?
He announced he'll sing carols on television. He wouldn't mess with us, right?
Whiskey responds, "B*tch, please."
Frontman Kevin Griffin on the song that made them famous nearly 20 years ago.
Watch the Last Week Tonight host take down the growing culinary menace.
Get up to date on the most excellent releases of the year thus far.
Bill Murray's latest, Birdman and beyond.
480 Star Wars fans recreate The Empire Strikes Back shot-for-shot. And 9 more things you need to know.
With TWD Season 5 off and running, the beauty talks maintaining dignity, mid-apocalypse.
Revisiting the actors who raised alpha-jerkdom to an art form.
Considering his work on The Wire, we welcome his return to pay cable.
It's driven gaming journalists from their homes; Intel has pulled ads. Some perspective from a non-gamer.
We caught up with him to talk movies, media, motorcycles and moustaches.
Rarely has TV inspired so many viewer-generated conspiracy theories. But these days, is it really so strange?