Two new cases could tighten copyright laws to a stifling extreme
Arts & Entertainment
Maggie Gyllenhaal’s decision to star in a schmaltzy takedown of teachers unions just might move education reform into the mainstream
The author of “Vagina: A New Biography” analyzes some responses to her new controversial book
New research shows sexually violent media is rendered less harmful when women are given assertive roles
There are downsides to pitting the sexes in a constant, one-up, one-down battle for supremacy
This summer’s superhero blockbusters finally featured strong female characters, but that’s only a start
The author and director of a hit documentary rails against Obama’s “anti-colonialism.” Most Americans don’t know what the heck he means
Hemsley’s George Jefferson was one of the most abrasive and difficult-to-like men on TV, but he was adored precisely because he was so unapologetic about black ascension
The sublime show speaks to the anxiety of the modern white American male who is in danger of losing his grip on power
It’s Pixar’s first female lead in 17 years. If only Brave were bolder
The reinterpretation of Disney’s limpid housecleaner, a triumph of female storytelling, has caused an unfair drumbeat of negativity
Maintaining a garden is difficult, back-breaking work. Is the First Lady making it look too easy?
Protest got a black character added to “Girls.” So why are we so silent on segregation in the classroom?