Tales of scandal and vice from Margaret Atwood, James Ellroy, Tony Horwitz, and others.
Children strive to make The Nice List, but grownups know there's virtue in a little vice now and then.
An out-of-luck journalist. A past-his-prime killer. Unwrap all the angles and you just might discover who’s been naughty and who can afford to be nice.
Sex, lesbians, litigation and videotape: A trip to the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, leads Rob Lowe to a party he will never forget. A portrait of the squeaky-clean actor as a young dog, and the legal firestorm that almost ruined his career.
In "Choke Collar," the second episode of her Byliner Serial "Positron," Margaret Atwood mines the territory where a totalitarian state collides with the chaos of human desire. Husband and wife Stan and Charmaine discover that when you surrender your autonomy, you can become anyone’s slave, both in bed and out.
The unlikely exhibitionism of Dennis Franz.
I always tell the truth. But not today.
The creation of online pornography is becoming more acceptable, more rarefied and more challenging financially. That’s enough to turn on Peter Acworth.
The latest craze for Hollywood wives is a hands-on course on how to be a great love.
Liz Phair has smarts, great songs and some very frank ideas about sex.
In his latest short fiction, "Shakedown," James Ellroy breathes randy new life into the man who whetted our national appetite for sex and scandal, Freddy Otash: corrupt cop turned sleaze hustler, extortionist, pimp, and actual historical figure who made the 1950s magazine "Confidential" the go-to source for the sins of the rich and famous.
An oral history of the greatest teen rebellion movie of all time.
The U.S. vice presidency has been filled by a rogues gallery of mediocrities, criminals and even corpses.