Contributors Glen Weldon and Chris Klimek break down the latest in the many-tentacled franchise that continues to employ its indispensable central action hero.
The man who provides the voice of Mr. Burns and many other characters had threatened to leave the show, which is heading into its 27th season.
Authorities investigating the troubled state investment fund traced nearly $700 million into Prime Minister Najib Razak's bank accounts, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Two new works of art — the documentary film Cartel Land and the novel The Cartel — shine a light on the seemingly endless drug war in Mexico. John Powers says both works are bleak, but gripping.
In Do I Sound Gay?, director David Thorpe searches for the origin of the so-called "gay voice" and documents his own attempts (with speech pathologist Susan Sankin) to sound "less gay."
The fighter jet was based at Shaw Air Force Base and had been flying close to Joint Base Charleston at the time of the collision. The F-16 pilot safely ejected.
Ex-Hole drummer Patty Schemel powers the Brooklyn glam/garage trio in a surging, shredding kiss-off song.
While Bob Boilen's out, Katie Presley and All Songs intern Julian Ring are replaying their favorite episodes of the podcast. Today: A look back at the '90s.
Films about music — including documentaries about Amy Winehouse, Nina Simone and Kurt Cobain — tend to focus on everything surrounding the ineffable art without delving deeply into its core.
In sworn court testimony from a 2005 lawsuit that was unsealed yesterday, Cosby admitted to obtaining sedatives to use on women.
San Francisco's status as a "sanctuary city" is in the spotlight after an immigrant with a long rap sheet allegedly killed a woman.
The price of raw coffee is going down, but Starbucks is raising its prices due to higher rents and wages, it says.
All told, more than half a million Americans used heroin in 2013, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That represents a nearly 150 percent increase since 2007.
Re/code's Kara Swisher explains what prompted the apology and what might be next for Ellen Pao and the site.
They like to cast themselves as Boy Scouts, but dress as police and often resort to violence to quell dissent in the run-up to a controversial election. A rare interview with one militia member.
Fast-food restaurants are often demonized as the epitome of unhealthiness. But a study suggests sit-down joints may be no better when it comes to sodium, saturated fat and the risk of overeating.
A high school perched on a steep mountain in Israel has made a remarkable turnaround.
The U.K. rock band performs three of its sweetly ferocious songs live in the studio.
The White House is announcing a series of moves, including installing more solar energy units in federally subsidized housing, low cost loans for homeowners and a program to help renters.
At Philadelphia's NON-COMMvention, Saundra Williams and Starr Duncan Lowe take backup singers' moves and dance them to center stage.