When Bad People Make Good Art
How should journalists cover the work of those exposed in the #MeToo era?
The State of the State Attorneys GeneralMassachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey on gun safety wins, the resistance, and Eric Schneiderman.
The Culture Gabfest “Neo-Maxi-Zoom-Dweebie” EditionSlate’s Culture Gabfest on Roseanne, Kacey Musgraves, and The Breakfast Club.
I Have to Ask
I Have to Ask: The Judd Apatow EditionThe man behind Knocked Up and Trainwreck on Hollywood—and comedy—in the age of #MeToo.
A Roy Moore Accuser Runs for OfficeDeborah Wesson Gibson, who accused Moore of dating her as a teenager, is running for a seat in the Florida House.
The Metropolitan Opera Fires Its Former Music Director of 40 Years Over “Sexually Abusive and Harassing Conduct”
Andrew Cuomo, Who Hired a Top Aide After An Affair With An Intern, Is Using #MeToo to Raise Money
“Full of Emotion, a Little Bit Shaky,” Three Weinstein Accusers Presented Together at the Oscars
Our Deeply Un-Nurturing “Nurturer in Chief”Monica Lewinsky’s Vanity Fair essay helps crystallize what’s so infuriating about Ivanka’s recent comments about her dad.
Kentucky Democrat Defeats Widow of Lawmaker Who Killed Himself After Molesting Accusation
Isabella Rossellini Says the #MeToo Movement “Has Shown Us All the Subtle Ways Women Can Be Diminished”
I Have to Ask
I Have to Ask: The Parul Sehgal EditionThe New York Times book critic on the state of cultural criticism, and reading the novels of bad men.
Academy President John Bailey Is Reportedly Being Investigated Over Sexual Harassment Accusations
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s Production Company Commits to Diversity by Adopting the Inclusion Rider
Renowned Harvard Professor Placed on Leave After Allegations He Sexually Harassed Multiple Women Over Decades
Ryan Seacrest Is Hosting E!’s Oscars Red Carpet, Despite Abuse Allegations. This Should Be Fun!Should celebrities boycott his microphone?
Is it Harvey? Bill? Your Boss? Watch Evan Rachel Wood and Kelly Marie Tran Play “Guess Who? #MeToo Edition”