BLOOD IN THE WATER
Sponsors are dropping him, he’s accused of racism (again), and now pressure is mounting for him to talk to the FBI about Jeffrey Epstein. Can he hang on to his role in public life?
In this excerpt from Robert Lacey’s second volume of “The Crown,” we catch a glimpse of Philip’s lonely childhood and his resulting aloofness. Plus, the Moon landing.
The first ever Vagina Museum in the world, which has just opened in London, is determined to end stigma, highlight cervical health, and promote feminist and trans-inclusive rights.
Edouard Louis’ bestseller about his rape and near-murder has been adapted into a shocking and compelling play, which confronts issues around violence, racism, and sexuality.
Neil Cavuto said Trump “doesn’t distinguish” between “fake news” and stories he doesn’t like.
While the queen is alive, Prince Andrew is untouchable—even after that BBC interview. But Prince Charles could strip his beleaguered brother of royal duties when he becomes king.
JUST LIKE US
Lady Gaga had the time of her life at Sarah Tanno’s Mexican nuptials. There’s a colorful history of celebrities trying—and sometimes failing—not to co-opt their friends’ big days.