Clint Eastwood directs inspired snapshot
The person wearing this shirt is now 50 percent more gay.Minneapolist-St. Paul might rate as the gayest metro area in the country in acceptance and lifestyle, but that doesn't mean much if there aren't actually gay couples enjoying the gay-friendliness. Turns out, there are. Minnesota's number of ... More >>
Saint Clint chokes the life out of this film
Have you seen these fugitives?
Miami Vice director Michael Mann wisely chooses Johnny Depp for lead role
A gang of cleaning-supply salesmen make a mess at a local hotel
The Zapruder film? It was faked. The Wellstone crash? It was a hit. 9/11? An inside job. Tumbling down the rabbit hole with professional philosopher Jim Fetzer.
Online Exclusive: The new book by CP contributor Elaine Cassel details the U.S. government's war on terror and on its own citizens
A short history of women at the FBI
Employment numbers say the FBI is still a white man's world
Before Coleen Rowley, another whistleblower rose from the ranks of the Minneapolis FBI division. Retired agent Jane Turner talks at length for the first time about the Bureau's good old boy management culture--and how it goes about silencing its internal
In recent weeks, the press and some Democrats have finally taken up a critical White House deception about Iraq and uranium. What took them so long? And what about all the other lies?
From contract killing to mainlining Mormon blood, James Ellroy depicts the most lurid of American nightmares
Crime pays in The Gangster Musical; romance founders in Adventures in Love
Minnesota's dead are only a click away
William F. Buckley rehabilitates the image of Senator McCarthy; Tony Hiss defends his family name
Local author Stew Thornley has a fatal attraction for baseball
Other TV news personalities stay planted behind the desk. Then there's Robyne Robinson, who claims the whole Twin Cities for her stage.
Radio Free Chicago: Studs Terkel holds down the microphone at WFMT in 1978.
Despite its massive cast, hefty page count, and outsized ambitions, Don DeLillo's Underworld manages to underwhelm.
A critic's guide to getting away from the multiplexes.