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Bill Clinton Pulls Off a Presidential First: A First Lady Speech Delivered by a Man
Taking a cue from Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton signaled that he’s ready for the role of the brilliant and hugely overqualified presidential helpmate.
By Rebecca Traister
HBO Realized It Never Should Have Agreed to Give Project Greenlight Another Go
The network had its signals crossed.
By Tolly Wright
Fresh Intelligence: Today Is a Historic Day for Women, Particularly Hillary Clinton
Our roundup of the stories, ideas, and memes you’ll be talking about today.
By Charley Lanyon
The Bachelorette Recap: The CHAD Rises Again
Yep, the CHAD is still a jerk.
By Ali Barthwell
Lena Dunham and America Ferrera Take On Donald Trump at the DNC For His Comments About Women and Immigrants
At the DNC, the two had some funny jokes and not-so funny facts about Donald Trump.
By Theresa Avila
Bill Clinton Tells Courtship Story, Makes Twitter Nervous
"I got close enough to touch her back," Clinton said. "Somehow, I knew this might not be another tap on the shoulder."
By Eric Levitz
Andrew Sullivan Liveblogs the DNC, Night 2
Join us at 8 p.m. tonight for Sullivan’s return to blogging as he covers events at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
By Andrew Sullivan
Democrats Nominate Hillary Clinton and Bernie Makes It Unanimous
If there were bad feelings left over from yesterday's Democratic tensions, they dissipated in the fun of an old-school roll call vote and history was made.
By Ed Kilgore
With the 'Mothers of the Movement,' Democrats Put Their Base’s Concerns Above Political Caution
Even as the GOP returns to "tough on crime" politics, the Democrats spotlight anti-black violence in their convention's prime time program.
By Eric Levitz
Tilda Swinton Is Not Just Like Us, But She Did Love Bridesmaids
A woman after our own hearts.
By Anna Silman
Deep Down, BoJack Horseman Is a Hopeful Show
This is, without a doubt, a bleak show. But it contains hints of optimism, and glimmers of The Simpsons and Pixar.
By Jen Chaney
The Female Artist Who Challenged Hitler’s Nazis
Collages from the new book Hannah Höch: Life Portrait.
By Anna Furman
Pope Francis Doesn’t Want Nuns to Be ‘Wasting Time’ on Social Media
Double standard much, Cool Pope?
By Gabriella Paiella
Marina Abramović Knew That Having Kids Would Be a Disaster for Her Art
"I have no husband, no family, I’m totally free."
By Dayna Evans
Broadway Mogul James M. Nederlander Dead at 94
He was the head of the Nederlander Organization, which owns nine Broadway theaters.
By Nate Jones
You Should Probably Just Throw Out Your Flour
General Mills has expanded its recall over E. coli fears a second time.
By Clint Rainey
Florida Representative Alan Grayson Shouts Down Politico Reporter When Asked About Domestic-Abuse Allegations
The incident took place at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday.
By Claire Landsbaum
AMC Renews Turn for a Fourth and Final Season, So the Revolution Won’t Be Televised for Much Longer
A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.
By Jackson McHenry
Has Slut-Shaming Gotten Any Better Since 1951?
Nope, says the director of the new film Indignation.
By Katie Van Syckle
Gucci’s Murderous Ex-Wife Is Back
Patrizia Reggiani arranged for the killing of Maurizio Gucci. Her parole could end in a few months.
By Catie L'Heureux