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‘Short Term Band-Aid.’ Afghans in the U.S. Can Now Apply for Temporary Protection

The Biden Administration will now allow Afghans in the U.S. to apply for Temporary Protected Status (TPS), a designation that would protect them from deportation for 18 months, grant them a work permit, and give them authorization to travel. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) estimates that 72,500 Afghans already in the U.S. will qualify for...

Federal Judge Blocks Biden From Ending Controversial Border Policy, Title 42

A district judge ruled Friday that the Biden Administration must continue to expel migrants under Title 42, a COVID-19-related health measure first implemented under President Donald Trump. The decision delivers a blow to the Administration’s plan to end the controversial program on May 23. The ruling prevents the Administration from ending the policy...

The 46 Most Anticipated Movies of Summer 2022

As the weather gets hotter, the movies always seem to get a little cooler. This summer’s list of most anticipated movies include existential superheroes, killer animals, unsettling horror, family comedies, weird arthouse fare, inspiring documentaries, stranger-than-fiction biopics, and the return of the Tom Cruise blockbuster. Whether you’re heading...

James Gray’s Armageddon Time Is Tender, But Doesn’t Allow Viewers to Make Peace With Our Imperfect World

It’s conveniently noble to think that human beings are shaped by their actions, that decisiveness is what makes us who we are. Yet the times we failed to act are often what we remember most vividly. There’s the merest synapse leap between wanting to do the right thing and actually doing it, and a civilization can rise or fall depending on how many people...

Bill Cosby Is Facing Another Trial. Here’s What to Know About the Judy Huth Case

Jury selection begins Monday in a new trial against Bill Cosby—a trial that could be one of the last legal proceedings the once beloved comedian faces. Judy Huth, the plaintiff in the case, alleges that Cosby groped her while at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles, 50 years ago when she was a teenager. She’s now suing him for sexual battery in a civil...

James Gray’s Armageddon Time Is a Reminder of What Happens When We Fail to Act

It’s conveniently noble to think that human beings are shaped by their actions, that decisiveness is what makes us who we are. Yet the times we failed to act are often what we remember most vividly. There’s the merest synapse leap between wanting to do the right thing and actually doing it, and a civilization can rise or fall depending on how many people...

In the Film Men a Woman Tries—Unsuccessfully—To Be Left Alone

Depending on whom you ask, modern men are either suffering a crisis of masculinity or they wield more power than ever. In his tricky psycho-sexual horror film Men, writer-director Alex Garland explores both angles, suggesting that men don’t know who they are anymore, which only leads them to act out in disastrous ways, locked in a state of radical insecurity...

A Protestor Stripped Off Her Clothes to Reveal an Anti-Rape Message on the Cannes Red Carpet

CANNES, France — A woman who stripped off her clothes to reveal a message against rape written on her body crashed the Cannes Film Festival red carpet premiere of George Miller’s “Three Thousand Years of Longing” on Friday. The unidentified woman tore off her clothes during the film’s red carpet procession to reveal the message “Stop raping us” written...

Russian DJ Nina Kraviz Has Been Removed From Three Music Festivals Following Criticism

The Russian DJ Nina Kraviz is no longer playing at three music festivals this summer following criticism over her political history and recent rhetoric about Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Kraviz, one of the most famous Russian pop musicians on a global scale, has been called out by Ukrainian and Russian electronic music artists over the past couple...

James Gray’s Armageddon Time Is a Reminder of What Happens When We Fail to Act Against White Privilege

It’s conveniently noble to think that human beings are shaped by their actions, that decisiveness is what makes us who we are. Yet the times we failed to act are often what we remember most vividly. There’s the merest synapse leap between wanting to do the right thing and actually doing it, and a civilization can rise or fall depending on how many people...

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