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As much of the American sports world responds to the president's divisive words, here is the stance that visual satirists are taking.
"It's not a comfortable territory to live in, this place of contradictions,” said the late scholar of Chicana studies and queer and feminist theory.
Half of the ALA's top 10 most challenged books, including “This One Summer” and “Drama,” received complaints over LGBT content.
As “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” wins its debut weekend, the Lego franchise is showing diminishing box-office returns.
The rhetorical showdown is oddly personal, as viewed through visual satire.
The first “Kingsman” movie was a huge hit, grossing $414 million worldwide on a reported $81 production budget.
As “South Park's” president hurls playground taunts at North Korea, creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone unfurl irony over greater perils.
The president's pop-culture name-calling aimed at the North Korean leader is inspiring a first wave of cartoons.
Hernandez, born on this day a century ago, celebrated the indigenous spirit by founding the legendary Ballet Folklorico de Mexico.
Chast also designed the delightful poster for this year’s National Book Festival.