Many people were moved last week by an online comic on a site called "The Oatmeal." It was illustrated and written by Matthew Inman, and it's titled "It's going to be okay."
The people at the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year got creative. This year's new word is really an emoji entitled: "Face with Tears of Joy." The frequency of its use tripled in 2015.
Mallory Ortberg of The Toast will fill almost decade-old shoes for Slate's popular advice column, but not without getting advice first. Before she pays it forward, we seek her words on a timely issue.
The U.S.-born creator of Master of None loved working with his Indian folks. But as the father of a 6-year-old, I worry that family ties here aren't as strong as in my homeland.
More than 6,000 people have signed up for Ishqr since the app launched over a year ago. Ishq is an Arabic word for love; the "r" at the end was added to make it sound more hip.
Nahnatchka Khan writes scripts that focus on real-life experiences. There are thousands of stories to tell, and she says Fresh Off the Boat is just the beginning.
Stan Lee is a comic book legend. He's the writer behind Spider-Man, the Incredible Hulk and Iron Man. Host Renee Montagne sits down with the 92-year-old to talk comics and his own superheroic life.
Sara Ramirez didn't see herself reflected on the silver screen growing up, but her love for the arts drove her to pursue a career in acting anyway.