Her "Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner" offered some sharp-edged Washington counterprogramming.
From soldier Catherine Smith to cyclist Chris Froome and astronaut Andrew Feustel, how do people under pressure prepare? The night before the first public performance, you’re actually in the theatre, doing technical rehearsals and making sure everything runs smoothly. It’s all very busy – it’s not a night off. But I think that’s best because, for me, it’s really an exercise in panic management. You’re trying to convince your brain that it’s possible to remember a sequence of words and movements...
Extraordinary altruists see no difference between strangers and people they are close to.
Having rejected local food in favour of processed western junk, nine out of 10 people on Samoa are overweight. Sophie Morgan uncovers a quiet epidemic
The letter you always wanted to write
The first lady visits Children’s National Medical Center for the second time.
Camden People’s theatre, LondonLouise Orwin’s bold work involves the voices of real women, as well as naked Ken and Barbie dolls, in order to lay bare the politics of female sexuality
A Victorian frost fair on the frozen Thames, coupled with a menacing giant snake, made this one of the most visually stunning episodes ever
Turner-nominated RA member, who will produce work of art about election, is first woman to take on role created in 2001
The media-political fête was far less buzzy. But Washington soldiered on, as it does.
“The Fate of the Furious” dominated the box office for the thrid weekend in a row.
The series comes to a genius but bonkers conclusion, tying plot strings up neatly after plenty of incestuous finger-pointing. Although I do have a few questions ...
In the second part in our audiovisual series on celebrated Australian photographs, we look at the work of Rennie Ellis, including such eye-opening shots as the The Kiss
Amid the jokes in “Daily Show” comic Hasan Minhaj’s performance at Saturday night’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner — which took aim at the absent President Trump as well as some of the media folks filling the seats in the ballroom of the Washington Hilton — there was a funny moment. Odd, that is, […]
New columnist Bret Stephens compares certainty about science to Clinton campaign’s over-confidence
LONDON (AP) -- An English policeman wearing a gorilla costume while crawling the London Marathon has finally finished the race, almost a week after starting....
Dogs and cats are known for being sworn enemies, which is why people are so stunned by what one Idaho cat did to save her canine companion. This past weekend, Michaella Franklin had plans to work ...
Snyder is more than two decades the junior of the popular conservative commentator.
Alexander McCoy seethed at Trump's remarks about immigrants. Then he settled on a monumental prank.