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At 80, Ken Loach Is Still Fighting the System with 'I, Daniel Blake'

A couple years into his supposed retirement, the 80-year-old Ken Loach showed up at Cannes with I, Daniel Blake and proceeded to win the Palme d’Or (his second, after 2006’s The Wind that Shakes the Barley). The film follows an aging carpenter (Dave Johns) with a heart problem and a...

The History Of India's Third Gender Movement

Fluid understanding of gender can be seen in many cultures around the world. In Native American cultures, people who do not fit the definitive understand...

Harry Potter and Warner Brothers’ Order of Three Cash Cows

Fantastic Beasts may turn out to be its strongest franchise, but the studio has placed big bets on two others.

A New Way Of Telling The Story: The Zainab Salbi Project

There is a famous saying: “We see things as we are, we do not see things as they are.” This is how most of the world thinks American media covers t...

Meet James Charles, the First Male Face of CoverGirl

For the first time ever, the magazine has chosen a male spokesperson: 17-year-old makeup artist James Charles.

Watch: Alaska Weed Shopkeeper Faces Up to 54 Years in Prison

A TV reporter who famously quit on air to promote legalizing marijuana may spend the rest of her life behind bars.

Watch: New Yorkers Protest Racist Fox News Skit

Asian New Yorkers and local political leaders protested furiously outside Fox News’ headquarters on Thursday, following an ‘O’Reilly Factor’ sketch mocking Chinese Americans.

Watch: Why Toyota Made a Tiny Robot to Sit With Japanese Drivers

As Japan’s population plunged, Toyota figured out what product drivers really needed: a friend.

HBO's 'Abortion: Stories Women Tell' Is an Enraging Tearjerker of a Documentary

In 2014, Missouri passed a law that requires women to wait at least 72 hours between an initial doctor's appointment and having an abortion. Today, Missouri is one of the hardest states in the country in which to obtain the procedure. That's great news for anti-choicers. But for Amie, a...

LeBron James on Police Shootings: I'm Scared for My Son

“If my son calls me and says he’s been pulled over… I’m not that confident that things are going to go well and my son is going to return home,” James said.

Watch: Hundreds Line Up for In-N-Out Burger in London

The U.S. burger chain opened a pop-up in London for four hours, and the line was like nothing you’ve ever seen.

Watch: Where Will China's Plummeting Space Station Land?

Experts say parts of the nearly 9-ton space station could land anywhere, including a city.

Emma Watson to U.N.: Female Students’ Safety a Right, Not a Privilege

‘A university should be a place of refuge that takes action against all forms of violence,’ the ‘Harry Potter’ actress said at the United Nations.

Watch: The Emmys’ Best Political Moments

Among other quotes, Aziz Ansari declared his support for Donald Trump and then (jokingly) demanded that all Muslim and Hispanic nominees leave the theater.

Deepwater Horizon review: watching bad spills happen to good people

There’s no question that Deepwater Horizon delivers thrills, but you may feel awfully empty afterward.

Moonlight is a beautifully nuanced gay coming-of-age tale

Barry Jenkins' film is hypnotic not just as a character study, or as a coming-of-age story. It's a performance piece, full of flawless portrayals of a kid figuring out who he is, not just in relation to other people, but in relation to himself.

American Honey is an immersive, hard-partying ride across the American heartland

Early in American Honey, a teenage Texan named Star (Sasha Lane) gapes as a group of young people around her age take over the local superstore, hopping onto the bagging counters and clogging up...

TIFF Day 6: Black Mirror, La La Land, and the inevitability of unfair comparisons

Plus, why you shouldn't walk out of a movie at a film festival (and why I did)

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