On Thursday, the New York Times confirmed what you’ve always suspected deep down, though you have never had the fortitude to admit it: nothing you do matters, causality and control are illusory, and the world is little more than a chaotic jumble of violence and despair.
A ProPublica investigation found that celebrity gossip machine TMZ misrepresented multiple election officials in an article they published on voter fraud, which claimed, in the headline: “Some Officials Worry VOTING IS ‘FLAWED PROCESS’ OPEN TO FRAUD.”
A former Arkansas county employee is being (unfairly in the opinion of this blog) prosecuted for her alleged use of a state credit card to buy a dog tuxedo. Kristi Lyn Goss is accused of buying between $160,000 and $200,000 worth of other stuff on that credit card that wasn’t hers. In her defense, though, the dog was…
Donald Glover, who hasn’t been doing much press since the premiere of his stellar new FX series Atlanta, recently popped into The Ellen Show and discussed the legendary role he just landed in the next Star Wars.
Warning: Mild spoilers.
The isolated vocals from Lady Gaga’s performances of “Million Reasons” and “A-YO” on SNL this weekend appear to have been leaked online, and—you guessed it—she sounds great!
Today’s earth-shattering news that Mariah Carey and that billionaire James Packer have split less than a year after announcing their engagement has proven two things: 1) no amount of money can prevent someone from getting cold feet, and 2) I have no idea what I’m talking about when it comes to celebrity romances,…
Ah, cashmere. The “luxury fabric” that everyone lusts after when the temperature drops. It’s a little crazy to drop a couple hundred dollars on a layering item, so when Amazon cuts the prices on a plethora of soft, simple cashmere pieces, you’d better stock up. Like every Gold Box, this one is a 24-hour special, so…
Donald Trump, an inflated pig stomach full of rotten pierogi, made a desperate plea for the black vote today, telling a largely-white audience at a rally in North Carolina that if elected, he would make a “new deal for black America.”
The future is here, folks, and it is this da Vinci robot that has just been cleared to make the unpleasant task of gynecological procedures a whole lot better.
Sharbat Gula, the young Afghan girl featured on a 1985 National Geographic cover, was arrested today in Pakistan on charges of fraudulently obtaining national identity cards for herself and her family.
Rest easy, moppets, for production has resumed on Kim Kardashian and Keeping Up With the Kardashians.
Wind down what was almost certainly a stressful day—because every second of every day will be continue to be completely unsettling until November 9th—and cozy up with this very good Kesha profile from the New York Times Magazine.
Certain “billionaires” among us would like you to believe that America needs to be Made Great Again. Certain “billionaires” haven’t seen this video of a man in his underwear destroying a Trump lawn sign with a blowtorch.
Early coverage of the AIDS epidemic labeled flight attendant Gaëtan Dugas as “Patient Zero,” painting him as a sort of hyper-sexual boogeyman, creating a popular perception that he singlehandedly introduced HIV to America. A new study of blood samples from the late ‘70s confirms that he did not—the virus’s presence in…
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