After a report last Thursday about eight previously undisclosed lawsuits by women against Weinstein, 13 women alleged sexual harassment or assault by Weinstein in a piece in The New Yorker.
Last February, survivors of the Khmer Rouge regime and their children gathered to relive a traumatic chapter in their country's history.
The director may have cast the controversial Royal Cambodian Armed Forces in First They Killed My Father.
The side effects are significant, but mostly people feel fine afterwards.
Angelina Jolie is no less a woman without her natural breasts than the Boston victims are less than human without their legs.
Angelina Jolie's op-ed about her decision to undergo a double mastectomy will inspire women to consider preventive surgeries, but it neglects to mention the controversial politics behind the test that uncovered her risk for breast cancer.
Researchers found Nancy Reagan’s decision to have a breast removed influenced the choices of American women facing a similar medical issue.
Angelina Jolie's decision to undergo a double mastectomy was a tough one, but it was her decision to make. What would you have done in the same situation? And is there even a "same situation," when different doctors might offer different approximations of your chances of developing breast cancer?