Everyone knew Ghislaine Maxwell. But they didn't know the whole story.
What happened when Brooklyn's oldest nursery school decided to become less old-fashioned? A riot among the one percent.
In past weeks, the curtain has officially been raised on the vast and diverse field of candidates for the Democratic nomination, many of them politicians who would not have been seen on a presidential debate stage — and never in these numbers — even a decade ago.
There are so many threads here, and they're all tangled up in the issue of artists' rights — something Swift has been publicly passionate about in the past.
The Aziz Ansari controversy was just the beginning of the trouble for the website.
But he's not alone on the list of awful men in my life.
In my rural California county, it used to be impossible to get an abortion. When I was 41, I needed to have two.
I took the Pill every day for 13 years without knowing much about it. Until three months ago, when I quit.
Why — besides being drama queens by trade, if not by nature — do writers hate writing so much?
Which may help explain why she's out of place in today's Democratic Party. And her long-shot 2020 candidacy.
Survivors of the real "Central Park Five" attacker speak for the first time.
Vaccines, Waldorf schools and the problem with liberal Luddites.
"Incels" are going under the knife to reshape their faces and dating prospects.
Such is the power of Cheap Old Houses — an Instagram account with over 400,000 followers that functions as part ruin porn, part e-commerce site — that dozens of people have bought a beautiful disaster they spotted on it.
Once called "multiple-personality disorder," dissociative-identity disorder remains a controversial diagnosis.
And it turns out entirely avoiding single-use plastic is just as hard as it sounds.
I have been thinking, like so many people this week, about rage. Who I’m mad at, what that anger’s good for, how what makes me maddest is the way the madness has long gone unrespected, even by those who have relied on it for their gains.
It all started when Sean recruited his close friend and roommate Haley to create a Tinder profile. Once finished, Sean ran two rather mischievous programs.
What happened to the group of bright college students who fell under the sway of a classmate's father?
To learn more about NXIVM's members, and its recruitment process, the Cut spoke to Janja Lalich, a professor of sociology and founder and director of the Cult Research and Information Center.