A Network Executive Writes a Sitcom
Shouts & Murmurs
Johnny Depp, at Cannes, was a spectacle of his own making
The aging process is kind to no one, and that includes Johnny Depp.
Fitness myth: 'Fasted cardio burns more body fat'
If you want to lose body fat, you have probably heard that doing fasted cardio will help you achieve that goal quicker. Many people do aerobic training first thing in the morning before they eat breakfast, hoping to get faster fat loss results than if they had waited until they had eaten.
Rags and Riches
Television's über-wealthy communicate their status through looks both flashy and deceptively casual
An Idol Mind
As The Weeknd, Abel Tesfaye leveraged an auteur-scale vision to become an unlikely megastar. With a seamy Hollywood fantasia of an HBO series on the way, he's realizing his grandest ambition
You Better Work
Drag legend RuPaul taps longtime friend Martyn Lawrence Bullard to conjure an LA manse worthy of the supermodel of the world
A Reporter at Large - One for the Money
How to hire a pop star for your private party.
Lesser-Known Postpartum Mood Disorders
Shouts & Murmurs
Yoga for Osteoporosis
Strengthen your spine and bones
'My goal is to be stronger than ever'
GB rowing icon and mum-of-three Helen Glover MBE tells us why she's breaking all the rules with her Olympic comeback
Sydney Sweeney – 'Women are underestimated...'
After exploding in landmark TV shows like Euphoria and The White Lotus, Sydney Sweeney is now headlining acclaimed whistle blower drama Reality. With her ambitions showing no limits, the fast-rising star talks to Total Film about tackling tough material, moving into producing, and joining the superhero universe.
Summer Preview: Music - The Renaissance Started in Sweden
The first show of her world tour makes it clear: We are living in the Beyoncéverse.
‘I Want the Bloody Hands Recorded'
Behind Machaela Cavanaugh's tear-and-rage-filled filibuster of a Nebraska anti-trans bill that she knew would probably pass anyway.
276 Minutes With... Hopalong Andrew
Traveling the children’s-entertainment circuit with Brooklyn’s lasso-swinging cowboy musician.
Brandon Sanderson is Your God
He's the biggest fantasy writer in the world. He's also very Mormon. These things are profoundly related.
Remote Workers of the World Unite
Zoom did not set us free. But a bit of solidarity can help remote work live up to its promise.
Profiles – Words Fail
The tortured bond of Alice Sebold and Anthony Broadwater, the man wrongfully convicted of her rape.
UK Telecom Company Bt Plans to Shed Up to 55,000 Jobs, Replace Some With AI
U.K. telecom company BT Group said Thursday that it plans to shed up to 55,000 jobs by the end of the decade and replace some of them with artificial intelligence, as part of an overhaul aimed at slimming down its workforce to slash costs
Americans Are Holding on to Their Vehicles Longer Than Ever
With new and used cars still painfully expensive, Ryan Holdsworth says he plans to keep his 9-year-old Chevy Cruze for at least four more years
Alibaba Approves Cloud Computing Unit Spin-Off, Prepares for Grocery and Logistics Arms to Go Public
Alibaba plans to spin-off of its cloud computing business and said Thursday that its logistics and grocery units will explore initial public offerings as the Chinese e-commerce company kickstarts a restructuring of its operations in hopes of spurring growth
For the Love of Dog
The hot new field of canine cognition' brings scientific insight to the burning question dog owners have: is it just puppy love?
Nicole Krauss – Long Island
How a disaster expert prepares for the worst
Airbnb Posts $117 Million Profit, but 20 Outlook Disappoints
Airbnb said this week that it earned $117 million in the first quarter as revenue rose during the ongoing recovery in travel, but the company's outlook for late spring and early summer disappointed investors
Apple Posts Quarterly Revenue; iPhone Sales Sólid
Apple once again posted an, until now, rare revenue decline in its latest fiscal quarter, but said its overall business improved from the December quarter and sales of its iPhones were solid
A documentary not about illness, but about life
If it were up to us to choose the fates of the performers we care about, millions of people would want to wish Michael J. Fox's Parkinson's away
Deepika Padukone, India's most popular actress, has a vision for what it means to be a truly global superstar
The Triumph of King Charles
After decades of waiting, the new monarch meets his moment
Looking for Unity to Fight Loneliness
Senator Christopher Murphy wants a national discussion about social isolation and says it is an issue Democrats and Republicans can agree on
You're On Your Own, Kid
Mamata Venkat Subramanyam explains how heart-based meditative practices have helped her turn feeling lonely into savoring alone time