by Elton John
Ahem, excuse me. Can we have the attention of the class for a second? The recalcitrant bad boy of rap is back after a few years away from the spotlight. And this time, he's coming straight for the administration.
by Trey Taylor
As Professor Perlman in one of the most powerful films this year, his speech ripped open hearts and left them bleeding on cinema seats around the world. But why was it so important?
42 million Instagram followers can't be wrong: King Kylie is among the most captivating personalities on the Internet. Raised on a reality show and groomed for celebrity, the improbably self-possessed little sister with the Mona Lisa smile looks poised for moguldom in her own right—but who is she, really, in real lyfe?
by Kate Simon
Dr. Martha Stout is a psychologist and author who delves into the world of the sociopath. Studies show that there are more than 10 million of them in America. Could be your boss, your spouse, even a president. They get their kicks at your expense. Here’s how to spot one and what to do next.
by Janet Mock
If anyone can be said to embody the American Dream, it’s Kim Kardashian West. It’s almost hard to remember a time before she and her sprawling mega-family—mother Kris Jenner and ex-stepfather, Olympic champion Caitlyn (née Bruce) Jenner, sisters Kourtney and Khloé, half-sisters Kendall and Kylie, brother Rob, and various friends, husbands, boyfriends, and exes—invented a new kind of tabloid fame, one based on access rather than aspiration.