Kurt Andersen, The Lincoln Project's Stuart Stevens and Stephen Miller biographer Jean Guerrero talked presidential politics and the future of the GOP in an anxious, sobering panel at the 2020 virtual Times Festival of Books.
English TV host John Oliver of 'Last Week Tonight' talked to Stephen Colbert about voting for the first time as a U.S. citizen in the 2020 election.
'If he's in heaven, I hope they have golf courses,' Harrison Ford wrote in a tribute to Sean Connery, who played his father in an 'Indiana Jones' film.
Too stressed to disconnect? Need a diversion from doomscrolling all day? We chose our favorite election-themed TV episodes to keep you occupied.
The president brought the Miami rapper up onto the stage at a rally in Michigan: "One of the big superstars of the world... Little Pimp."
Christopher Nolan and Tom Shone discuss "The Nolan Variations," Shone's new book on the famously elusive "Tenet" director's influences.
Fairuza Balk, who returns as Nancy Downs in Blumhouse's 'The Craft: Legacy,' discusses the original film and another cult favorite, 'Return to Oz.'
How ESPN and other networks have changed their approach to addressing political issues in sports under pressure from athletes.
Fury against toxic masculinity comes through in Judith Bernstein's crude, raw canvases in wildly funny ways. An election antidote.
The world's biggest theatrical exhibitor has reopened 90% of its 600 U.S. theaters, but the company is still losing money.