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He’s a divorced adulterer who ran a gambling empire, so how did America’s Moral Majority get so evangelical about Donald Trump?
Like its predecessor, the new Lego movie deliciously spoofs its own world
This Elizabethan romp turns out to be a nod to virtually every musical in Broadway history
The rise of foreign comics in the US is evidence of the triumph of the nation’s soft power
Geneva-based Unigestion hired Rudyard Ekindi as head of investment solutions in its equity team
A look at the economics of Hollywood sequels
Rapid advances in artificial intelligence now threaten the jobs of educated white-collar workers
From ‘Jesse James’ to ‘Django Unchained’, a look at how the movies that shaped America lost their myth-making power
This programme was meant to represent the best of British dance – but did quite the opposite
Would employers rather hire people already in work? And if so, how can the unemployed respond?
Jerry Leiber, 78, was a leading figure of America’s postwar popular culture
Knockabout fun or antidote to human powerlessness in an age of technology? Two narratives consider the changing face of superhero comics
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