If you haven’t seen Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 sci-fi classic, then it’s likely you will have seen other films influenced by it.
Miller told me that he was writing at the edge of a cliff. There was a reason the Bible began with the story of Cain and Abel, brother killing brother.
It will take a lot of strategic ingenuity to fight the rise of populism. And it will get harder to do so as politicians rig the game with rules designed to reduce voting.
In the excitement, it’s easy to forget the James Webb Space Telescope’s namesake has been the subject of controversy.
Banning research ties with China, as Alberta just did, should be vetoed not only by the academic community but also the general public for its recklessness in fanning the flames of anti-Asian racism.
When President Trump claimed in a press conference that the election was being stolen from him, three major TV networks cut off their coverage. A media scholar asks if this is a turning point.
The UK government has published new guidance barring materials produced by groups opposed to capitalism from schools.
To foreigners, he was a fellow traveler who recognized the plight of the oppressed.
When a person or agency backed by the power and resources of the government tells a lie, it sometimes causes harm that only the government can inflict.
Just like with Cold War-era red-baiting, there’s an apparent effort to discredit and undermine critics of the US government.
Robert Eggers’ indie film The Witch brilliantly chronicles Puritan life in the 1630s. Horror soon ensues as children disappear into the woods and one girl, Thomasina, is accused of witchcraft.