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How one 28-year-old feminist bluffed her way into running a copy department and made rock journalism a legitimate endeavor, putting six women on th...
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Barbra Streisand is not alone. At a South Korean laboratory, a once-disgraced doctor is replicating hundreds of deceased pets for the rich and famo...
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In an excerpt from her memoir, Small Fry, the author reflects on Jobs’s privacy, his temper, and watching a legend grow before her eyes.
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Berners-Lee has seen his creation debased by everything from fake news to mass surveillance. But he’s got a plan to fix it.
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As new accusers continue to emerge in the wake of Larry Nassar’s abhorrent crimes, gymnastics—and the idea of girlhood that the sport perpetuates—i...
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For all the public drama of Arthur Miller's career—his celebrated plays (including Death of a Salesman and The Crucible), his marriage to Marilyn M...
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Garnering accolades and a passionate following for her work on breakout shows such as Master of None and The Chi—and appearing in Steven Spielberg’...
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On the 20th anniversary of the Starr investigation, which introduced her to the world, the author reflects on the changing nature of trauma, the de...
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Some of the most powerful men in Silicon Valley are regulars at exclusive, drug-fueled, sex-laced parties—gatherings they describe not as scandalou...
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A woo-hoo heard around the world.
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Plus: Annie Leibovitz photographs the pregnant tennis legend.
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In 1961, Life Magazine featured a seven-page spread on surfing in Malibu, igniting the curiosity of readers across the country. But no one could kn...
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Over the past 15 years, three devotees of the comedy institution have attempted to restore the humor brand to its former glory. What happened inste...
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Not only is Nan Talese the revered editor of authors such as Ian McEwan and Margaret Atwood, but as the wife of Gay Talese, she’s also one half of ...
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In this adaptation from his new book, *High Noon: The Hollywood Blacklist and the Making of an American Classic (Bloomsbury), Pulitzer Prize–winnin...
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The Godfather Wars

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Mark Seal recalls how a clash of Hollywood sharks, Mafia kingpins, and cinematic geniuses shaped the Hollywood masterpiece.
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In the new biography Last Girl Before Freeway, writer Leslie Bennetts explores the peerless career of comedian Joan Rivers. Here, Bennetts revisits...
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When he made his 1973 classic, The Exorcist, William Friedkin had never seen an exorcism. For decades he wondered how close he had come to reality....
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His obsessive fans have turned Benedict Cumberbatch into “the Internet’s boyfriend,” and next month’s Doctor Strange will only stoke the flame. Sta...
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Through the eyes of a master hacker turned security expert, William Langewiesche chronicles the rise of the Dark Net—where weapons, drugs, and info...
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