‘I Was Ashamed’: After Ford’s Accusation, Holton-Arms Alumnae Wrestle With Their Own Truths — Together
“These places make more bad apples. And they take the bad apples and polish them up to be shiny apples, who can one day be nominees to the Supreme Court.”
Since Valentine’s Day, the Parkland survivors have been speaking at high schools and colleges to educate students about and win their support for ending gun violence. Mandatory at every event? A table at which attendees can either register to vote or pre-register to vote if they are currently under age.
“Barbra Streisand is not alone. At a South Korean laboratory, a once-disgraced doctor is replicating hundreds of deceased pets for the rich and famous. It’s made for more than a few questions of bioethics.”
When Lorena Bobbitt cut off her husband’s penis and threw it out her car window in 1993, she not only did what many woman want to do to abusive, deserving men, she became both a feminist icon and a tabloid caricature. Twenty-five years later, the couple still disagrees about what really happened, but the Bobbitt’s castration story remains relevant today, when women’s rights are under fire and our President is accused of sexual assault.
Tim Berners-Lee reflects on how corporations like Facebook and Google have misused the World Wide Web to manipulate and spy on users. In a bid to revive the original promise of an open and safe web for all, he’s redoubling his effort to give users privacy and control over their information with a new platform he’s building, called Solid.
On the 20th anniversary of Ken Starr’s investigation of President Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky reconsiders her relationship with Clinton — 27 years her senior — through the lens of the #MeToo moment, and realizes that given their power differential, the word “consensual” might not perfectly apply.
While the guys get laid, the women get screwed.
Vanity Fair talks to members of the cast and crew who created one of America’s cult comedies, and Bill Murray’s breakout film, to see what happened on and off camera that fateful summer of 1978.
How the greatest tennis player of all time met an internet entrepreneur, fell in love, got pregnant, and won a grand-slam.
Between 2011 and 2015, staff at Wells Fargo banks created over 1.5 million deposit accounts and 565,000 credit-card accounts without customers approval. The practice is called ‘gaming.’ It violated company ethics, but too many employees at the company let it happen.