Disgraced ex-congressman Anthony Weiner is running for mayor of New York City.
Meanwhile, crack-smoking Toronto mayor Rob Ford has “ruined [his] city’s reputation for good.”
The third annual Critics’ Choice TV Award nominations have been announced.
Time’s new cover story explores “The Angelina Effect” and the impact of her choice.
Reporting from Cannes, our friend Keith Uhlich calls Behind the Candelabra a masterpiece.
Zach Galifianakis’s red-carpet arm candy has been a woman he saved from homelessness.
A Florida man was fatally shot after an F.B.I. agent questioned him about the Boston bombings.
Check out these 30 amazing Stanley Kubrick cinemagraphs (otherwise known as GIFs).
This woman is still looking for her grandparents in the wake of the Oklahoma tornado.
For Variety, Guy Lodge reviews Dutch thriller and Cannes selection Borgman.
A tour of the art installation on the last unopened stretch of Manhattan’s High Line Park.
Only God Forgives gets booed at Cannes, but Kristin Scott Thomas’s wicked turn is a standout.
Below, the new trailer for Edgar Wright’s The World’s End:
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