The first in a series of columns on failing your way to success, from the creator of “Dilbert”
Arts & Entertainment
Filmmakers have given us a redacted history of Julian Assange—exactly the kind that WikiLeaks set out to dismantle
After making fun of Smug Marrieds for so long, we wanted to see the long-time singleton actually become one. Instead, we get a stereotype of aging.
It’s been 20 years since the U.S. has claimed the world’s top book prize. With apologies to Philip Roth, Joyce Carol Oates and even Bob Dylan, we should hope the shutout continues
Yes, pop culture is crude, but who gives an F-word? By virtually every measure, we’re a safer, nicer, kinder country.
The upcoming episode may help Monteith fans grieve, but it won’t help them understand why they would never want to be like him
The season’s big movie is beautiful and deeply disturbing in equal measures, says someone in a position to know
The former Secretary of State inspired one of the late author’s books. Powell tells TIME about his pistol-shooting pal whose fiction became our reality
A rule in the writers’ room was to never force the characters, but to let them take us there — and Walt was taking us to the end of the road
In a world where we can now go online to escape the mainstream, the crowdfunding site offers the ultimate in ‘value-for-value’
The TV show has given me a way to explain my hometown without saying a word
If there were any lingering questions as to whether video games are the defining popular art form of the 21st century, this week’s release of Grand Theft Auto V should put them all to rest. The massive sales, growing popularity …