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Let me be frank with you for a moment. I was disappointed by the past three days of celebrity gossip. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday morning’s Dirt Bag columns didn’t excite me because, by and large, famous people have been keeping their cool. But—like they say about the weather in New England—if you don’t like…
You DVD collection may have just gotten into BDSM. Right now, if you bundle Fifty Shades of Grey and Fifty Shades Darker on Blu-ray, you’ll immediately save $5. Rumor has it, Fifty Shades Darker wasn’t actually all that terrible, plus, at the very least, you could probably masturbate to the soundtrack.
A list of 746 names of the people “processed or detained” during the first weekend of President Donald Trump’s xenophobic nightmare of a travel ban was released for the first time Thursday.
The Wednesday night shooting of three men in a Kansas City sports bar is now being investigated as a possible hate crime after witnesses say the shooter yelled “get out of my country” before opening fire on two Indian men.
Caitlyn Jenner, a steadfast Republican, is disappointed. She’s upset that Donald Trump, a man who apparently promised her that he’d “protect the LGBTQ community,” has failed to do so.
Across this great nation of ours, members of Congress are holding town hall meetings during the recess as a way of connecting with their constituents. Rep. Louis Gohmert [R-Texas] —a man most recently heard accusing Hillary Clinton of having “special needs” —has decided to sit this one out. Why? What do you think…
In a deeply unpleasant turn for Paula Patton and Robin Thicke’s custody battle, documents filed in court Thursday allege that Robin took the social worker assigned to their case to dinner in an attempt to curry favor.
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NATIONAL HARBOR, M.D.—Kudos to pant-splitting internet sensation Kenneth Bone, who has managed to stretch his 15 seconds of fame from the second presidential debate to nearly five months. Bone and his red sweater emerged at CPAC at a booth he called the “Bone Zone,” where he was greeted a little too eagerly by young…
Katy Perry performed her very catchy and very woke song “Chained to the Rhythm” at the Brit Awards last night, reprising that sad house motif she introduced during her Grammy’s performance earlier this month. But instead of creeping around a single big sad house, Perry creeped around dozens of small white houses.
NATIONAL HARBOR, M.D.—Deep in the bowels of the Gaylord Hotel and Convention Center in National Harbor, where CPAC is holding its annual conference, is a special room. It’s called the swag room. It has an anti-abortion van, and everything except the Ronald Reagan knee socks are free—even the Sheriff David Clarke…
NBC has announced the hosts and musical guests for the March 4 and March 11 episodes of SNL, but an image tweeted by the show Thursday afternoon mistakenly assumes we will care about more than two of them. “MAR 4, OCTAVIA SPENCER, FATHER JOHN MISTY,” reads one column of brightly colored note cards. “MAR 11, SCARLETT…
Beyoncé is no longer doing Coachella this summer, pushing back her performance dates to 2018, on account of the fact that she is freaking pregnant with twins. She announced her postponement via a statement to the Associated Press, pinpointing the schedule change on “doctor’s orders.” By the time Coachella rolls around…
The conversation surrounding what is or isn’t “over the line” in comedy isn’t new. More recently, the conversation has shifted from young comedians fighting for freedom of speech to older comedians decrying political correctness. The latest controversial jokes from Felix “Pewdiepie” Kjellberg sit at the crossroads of…
With every dreadful day that passes, I get closer and closer to actually believing Donald Trump won’t make it four years in office. I don’t have much faith in him being impeached, rather, my money is on him dropping dead from the stress of faking his own death.
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