This engaging, well-researched, and frequently laugh-out-loud funny history places the Black experience at center stage with stories that should have already been part of our collective memory.
Kenneth Branaugh is back as Hercule Poirot, and it's hard not to enjoy his company in this unusually spooky murder mystery based on Agatha Christie's 1969 novel Hallowe'en Party.
Olympic gold medalist Florence "Flo-Jo" Griffith Joyner died 25 years ago on Sept. 21, 1998. The sprinter's world records for the 100 meter and 200 meter events remain unbroken.
Crudup plays a cynical TV executive in the Apple TV+ The Morning Show, now in its third season. He also stars as a fast-talking salesman in Hello, Tomorrow! Originally broadcast March 20, 2023.
The film pays homage to the real story of an unapologetically queer man in a male-dominated sport and society.
Amazon Prime Video is the latest streaming service to embrace ads in what it says is an effort to continue investing in content. Ad-free service will cost an extra $3 per month.
Cloud, 25, who starred as a drug dealer on the HBO series, died of "acute intoxication," a California coroner's office said. His family has said he'd been struggling with the death of his father.
You'll need to know about international automotive brands, Senate rules, the art world, obese animals — and more — for an 11 out of 11 in this week's NPR news quiz. Good luck!
Jonathan Escoffery's If I Survive You and Chetna Maroo's Western Lane are among the contenders for this year's prize, which honors the best English-language fiction published in the UK and Ireland.
Jones says performing stand-up for the first time as a freshman in college felt like putting on a shirt that fit perfectly: "It was just so natural." Her memoir is Leslie F*cking Jones.