Weinstein Hires High-Profile Lawyers to Represent Him in Assault Case

Harvey Weinstein's new legal team includes the same attorney who represented Rose McGowan, one of the first women to accuse the movie mogul of sexual assault.

Marie Solis

Gina Rodriguez Finally Addressed Those 'Anti-Black' Criticisms

The “Jane the Virgin” actress has been under fire for a series of statements about representation and the pay gap between Latinas and Black women in Hollywood.

Danielle Kwateng-Clark

Cardi B Says Conservatives Need to 'Admit the President Is Fucking Up'

After posting a video about the government shutdown, the rapper was criticized by Tomi Lahren and Stephanie Hamill.

Danielle Kwateng-Clark

The Real Story Behind the Most Iconic Teen Bedrooms in Pop Culture History

From "To All The Boys I've Loved Before", to "Mean Girls", we speak to the professionals behind some of the most iconic bedrooms ever committed to film.

Sirin Kale

What to Know About Noor Tagouri, the Activist Misidentified by 'Vogue'

After being misidentified by "Vogue" magazine in a recent issue, Noor Tagouri called them out for what she believes is "a constant problem if you are a Muslim in America."

Bianca Betancourt

Yalitza Aparicio Hopes 'Roma' Sheds Light On Indigenous People

“[Roma is] breaking the stereotype that because we’re Indigenous we can’t do certain things because of our skin color."

Danielle Kwateng-Clark

Trump's Accusers Take Center Stage in 'The Pussy Grabber Plays'

On Monday night, a play spotlighting the stories of seven of President Donald Trump's accusers debuted in New York.

Marie Solis

'Cat Person' Author Kristen Roupenian Wants to Let Women Be Bad

In its quest to give its characters "equal opportunity" to be depraved, Kristen Roupenian's new collection of short stories falls short of capturing the nuances of gender and power that made "Cat Person" so resonant.

Marie Solis

Natasha Lyonne Based Her New Show on Coming Back to Life

Broadly spoke to Natasha Lyonne about how "Russian Doll" traces the themes of her life, including her partying years, friendship with Chloë Sevigny, and choosing your own adventure every day.

Nadja Sayej

The Women of 'The Sopranos' Taught Me I Can Only Be Myself

On "The Sopranos," women can be wives or mistresses; dependent or independent; but the men of the show, like the men in my own life, may never see them as multifaceted, complex people.

Sophia Giovannitti

Melissa McCarthy Doesn't Want to Be Hollywood's 'Stepford Wife'

In a recent interview with "InStyle," Melissa McCarthy confronted the criticism she receives for playing roles that don't fit within Hollywood's narrow definition of women.

Danielle Kwateng-Clark

Beyoncé at Target Is All of Us, Yet None of Us

Beyoncé showed us her take on the Target-run uniform of yoga pants and dingy college sweaters, and it will not surprise you that she made a few upgrades.

Danielle Kwateng-Clark