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John Paul DeJoria: Separating the 1 Percent From the 99 Percent Is a ‘Bunch of Bullshit’


A new documentary called “Good Fortune” provides the once-homeless hair care billionaire’s primer on how the superrich can contribute to society and still be superrich.

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Syria’s ‘Hell on Earth,’ Up Close and Personal


Footage of real-life bloodshed justifies the infernal title of Sebastian Junger’s documentary film, co-directed by Nick Quested.

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What’s Next for the Bill Cosby Sex-Assault Case?


A retrial is expected to bear similarities to the first trial, but there might be key differences that affect the outcome.

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‘The Putin Interviews’: An Excerpt


Oliver Stone (right) conducted a series of meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin for a documentary. Read an exclusive excerpt from the director’s new film and book here.

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A muckraking new book exposes the hidden reality of oral disease—a stepchild in the health care debate and likely the largest pre-existing condition of all—in the United States.

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Oliver Stone Hopes ‘The Putin Interviews’ Can Ease U.S.-Russia Relations


In a series of historic conversations, the filmmaker humanizes the Russian president while examining the current state of tension in the new Cold War. (Above, the cover of Stone’s new book.)

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Tracy K. Smith Is Named 22nd U.S. Poet Laureate


The Princeton University professor and Pulitzer Prize winner says she plans to bring poetry events “to parts of the country where literary festivals don’t always go.”

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‘Lear,’ Not ‘1984,’ Defines the Trump Era


The best literary precedent for what we’re enduring now is not the absolute order of Big Brother but the irrational eruptions of King Lear.

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Nobel Winner Bob Dylan Releases Speech on How His Words and Songs Relate to Literature


The singer-songwriter connects his inspiration and his craft to the literary and cultural canon.

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The Arab American Left and Palestine: The Untold Story


Author Pamela Pennock pushes back against politically fueled stereotypes and makes a case for reframing Arab Americans’ present-day struggles.

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