President Joe Biden has named Lina Khan as the chairwoman of the Federal Trade Commission, giving the regulatory authority's top spot to one of Silicon Valley's most prominent critics. read more
Researchers at the intelligence firm Logically said Tuesday that they have identified an influential figure in the QAnon conspiracy community who pushed dangerous narratives about coronavirus and child trafficking. read more
As liberals increasingly rebuke President Joe Biden for his ongoing negotiations with a bipartisan group of senators, one prominent progressive lawmaker is staying out of the fray. read more
Alan D. Blotcky: A growing and prevailing view is that Donald Trump has become delusional. His fixed and intractable obsession with his Big Lie is seen as proof of his psychosis. read more
An eight-episode docuseries from 'Amy' director Asif Kapadia explores a groundbreaking year for rock, soul and R&B.
Never a Dull Moment, the superb book that inspired this up-close look at a cultural renaissance, is unequivocal: The early '70s, says author David Hepworth, were "the most febrile and creative time in the entire history of popular music," and 1971 was "the most innovative, most interesting and longest-resounding year of that era."
To those who weren't there, and maybe even to some who were, that might sound like boomer bragging. Until you take a look at the evidence, as 1971 does in eight potent installments.