Gmail’s Smart Reply blurs the line between people and brands
How auto responses like 'Thanks for letting me know!' changed us.
‘The Most Assassinated Woman in the World’ is a gory, problematic homage to theater
The Netflix film uses violent, bloody, terrifying, and campy theatrical traditions to explore modern issues.
Netflix’s ‘First and Last’ offers a fascinating look at the American prison system
You've seen plenty of prison shows. But 'First and Last' offers something more.
Why far-right communities love the Unabomber
Conservatives hate terrorists. Except when they are white intellectuals.
2 L.A. comedians made a shockingly good, low-budget Twitch morning show
'JackAM' is the morning show for 'broke millennials.'
Mollie Tibbetts and the Jacksonville shooting highlight conservative disparity on crime
To conservatives, one murder matters more than every mass shooting.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s Billy Wayne Ruddick shows how hard it is to parody the far-right
What they believe is already a joke.
OMGWhizzBoyOMG is Sacha Baron Cohen’s best ‘Who is America?’ character
The cross-generation parody shreds masculinity to bits.
The long, sordid history of law enforcement spying on Black Lives Matter
The Memphis scandal is just the latest.
Meet Melissa Howard, the Florida House candidate who dropped out after faking her college degree
She should have quit while she was ahead.
‘La Casa de Las Flores’ is an experimental, modern telenovela for the Netflix era
The vibrant, familiar series is a winking homage to the genre.
The progressive race to challenge Paul Ryan’s seat is coming down to the wire
You've seen the ads. Will 'Ironstache' win?
Why last night’s elections shouldn’t be disheartening to progressives
It was a setback, but not a huge one.
Unite the Right 2 is happening—and these people are trying to shut it down
We can't let this happen again.