In Klay’s portrait of modern war, a Colombian mercenary at a UAE air base watches a Yemeni tribesman through a Chinese-made drone while killing him with an American-made missile.
It is perhaps the darkest movie to ever come out of Hollywood. Sam Wasson talked to The Daily Beast about his new book profiling the film’s collaborators.
Unable to use his cellphone, a 17-year-old boy is forced into a data-less quiet space. And then he becomes a hero in which teen-aged readers just might see themselves.
We usually read the literary shock meister to escape reality, but “The Institute,” while not top-drawer King, has an all-too-timely resonance.
When Elvis took the stage at the International Hotel in 1969, he had not performed live since 1961. When he was done, people remembered why they’d loved him in the first place.
Memoirist Ryan Leigh Dostie is a combat veteran, but her experiences behind the lines, including rape, taught her that there was no safe place.
Taylor Jenkins Reid’s engaging new novel ‘Daisy Jones & the Six’ follows a kinda Fleetwood Mac ensemble through a turbulent decade culminating with the disco apocalypse.
The mobster and conflicted family man captivated us for 86 episodes that forever changed our idea of a TV series. It wasn't the ending that mattered. It was the whole ride.
Two novelists and a war correspondent tackle the effects of Middle East conflicts on the people who fought those wars and the communities to which they returned.
The stars of classic rock lived hard and made music that mattered, but in the end, the romance of the road couldn’t save them or make them immortal.