Jensen Huang used to clean toilets. Now he runs a trillion-dollar A.I. company that could change the course of history
As the Gulf states jockey for control of the Arabian Peninsula, they’re waging battle through an unlikely proxy: European football
Dr. Alfred Kinsey’s studies of human sexuality required many eager test subjects. One—the cult writer and filmmaker Kenneth Anger—became an unlikely lifelong friend
Where the 1960s had love and the 1980s greed, the 2020s are quickly being defined by anger. Forget the Roaring 20s—welcome to the Raging 20s!
Elon Musk rules the roost. Chris Licht gets the boot. Can Prince Harry reclaim his throne? Plus: the oddest news from around the world
A Utah mother of three allegedly killed her husband to collect on his life-insurance policy. Then she wrote a bereavement book for kids
It’s not just tweens and teens who are knocked out by Taylor Swift. She’s a hit with the boomers too
An unstable tech billionaire, a disgraced Republican politician, and a needy hereditary monarch walk into a bar: Who gets the most attention? You decide!
Two years ago, allegations of rape destroyed the actor’s career. This week, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office dropped its case against him
For 95 years, the Oscar for best picture signified excellence. What will it mean when the Academy starts enforcing its new eligibility rules?
Newly engaged fauxlanthropists Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sánchez have mastered the art of “strategic giving” from their half-a-billion-dollar yacht
From Amazon’s Alexa to Apple’s Siri, A.I.’s female defaults are teaching our youngest generations to associate women’s voices with obedience
Yevgeny Prigozhin, Putin’s chef turned mercenary, is a gaudy egomaniac with a message: Make Russia (and me) Great Again
An accusation of cheating in a high-stakes game of poker has led to allegations of sexism, criminal gangs, and mysterious vibrating devices
Harry and Meghan are back on top! But who will replace them? Only you can decide! Plus: strange stories from around the world
The wild success of Netflix’s docuseries Formula 1: Drive to Survive has bred a new type of Grand Prix fan
When Martin Amis stopped being the Mick Jagger of British fiction
This season, “non-wedding weddings”—think short ceremonies, long parties, and far-flung locales—are all the rage, and brides have taken the assignment to heart
Meet the alleged money-laundering, sanctions-evading Lebanese collector with a penchant for expensive art, blood diamonds, and, possibly, Hezbollah
Despite a slew of court judgments and the looming threat of demolition, Château Diter and its eccentric owner are not only standing, they’re open for business. Has Patrick Diter become “the Tiger King of Provence”?
Here’s why Cannes is my favorite film festival
In Monaco, a shadow war is raging between Prince Albert and a billionaire developer that features dirty tricks, a mysterious whistleblower, and death on the winding roads
Drama from Harry and Meghan! A false step from Kate! Another hissy fit from Putin’s chef! Who will raise your hackles the most this week?
Enlightened billionaires like Bernard Arnault, Giorgio Armani, and Barry Diller name their own boats. A Viennese consultant helps those less inspired name their new yachts