NPR | Oct. 17, 2017
The ousting of a powerful Hollywood producer over multiple abuse allegations prompted women and other assault survivors to proclaim a simple idea: that sexual abuse is common in their lives.
NPR | Oct. 15, 2017
Slammed for last week's silence on Weinstein, the show ripped into sex abuse allegations against the producer. Elsewhere, Kate McKinnon revived Kellyanne Conway as an eerie Pennywise from It.
Music | Nation | Entertainment | ArtsNPR | Oct. 13, 2017 8:53 a.m.
A Tribe Called Quest frontman is the first artistic director for hip-hop culture at the Kennedy Center. He discusses the cultural levity of his appointment and the current political climate.
Science | Health | Entertainment | ArtsNPR | Oct. 13, 2017 6:40 a.m.
Years of research have taught Elizabeth Loftus just how unreliable our memories are. From tweaking a real memory to planting a completely fabricated one, tampering with our minds is surprisingly easy.
Election | Technology | Entertainment | ArtsNPR | Oct. 13, 2017 6:40 a.m.
Journalist Ali Velshi began his career to "speak truth to power." Now he worries that fake news has subverted the meaning of truth.
Among Democratic high rollers, Weinstein's presence was bigger than his bankroll.
With more than 100 million subscribers around the world, Netflix is the premier video streaming service, But, as competition from Amazon, Hulu and others heats up, can Netflix stay on top?
Nation | News | Entertainment | BusinessNPR | Oct. 12, 2017 6:47 a.m.
U.S. Soccer is likely to lose out on tens of millions in revenue, and more dual-nationals may choose to play elsewhere. Fox Sports' $425-million payout to air the next two World Cups looks rough, too.
Nation | Entertainment | ArtsNPR | Oct. 10, 2017 9:01 p.m.
The New Yorker spoke with 13 women who said they were sexually harassed or assaulted by the film executive, who was fired on Sunday. Three women said Weinstein had raped them.
Music | Nation | EntertainmentNPR | Oct. 8, 2017 6:03 a.m.
Saturday Night Live broke format this weekend as Jason Aldean performed Tom Petty's "I Won't Back Down" in response to the October 1 shooting in Las Vegas.
Austin Rogers — a New York City bartender who claims to have analysed hundreds of episodes to deduce patterns in the questions — has become a viral sensation.
Nation | Business | Entertainment | ArtsNPR | Oct. 5, 2017 4:52 p.m.
Weinstein, one of the most powerful men in Hollywood, made the announcement following a New York Times story that he sexually harassed employees and actresses for decades.