To celebrate his tremendous healthcare win and the successful rollout of “Energy Week,” the President of the United States tweeted a long-winded insult at Mika Brzezinski that was ugly even by his heroically low standards, claiming that the MSNBC host tried to hang out with him while “bleeding badly from a face-lift.”
Until now, hundreds of women have had to travel from Northern Ireland to England to receive abortion services at private clinics, which can cost from £400-£2,000, not including travel or loss of work, rather than for free through the NHS. Now, the UK government will provide these women access to abortions cost-free,…
In the Netflix movie Okja, which first premiered ( somewhat controversially)in competition at the Cannes Film Festival in May, Ahn Seo-hyun plays a character who will stop at nothing to save the life of her beloved pet, a genetically engineered pig that’s roughly the size of a hippo and from whose name the film…
The Fourth of July is a time for fireworks, and also warnings about how fireworks are dangerous explosives to be handled carefully and definitely not after seven Miller Lites. But once upon a time—specifically, the dawn of the twentieth century—there was another associated worry: “Patriotic tetanus.”
Right after local Native tribes protested at the Walker Art Center over Sam Durant’s controversial sculpture, a new retrospective currently at the museum is being called into question as well.
A very dishy report in a British tabloid alleges that things are going poorly behind the scenes at the jam-smeared zombie that once was beloved franchise Bake Off. Tea time!
The Academy has announced that they’ve invited a whopping 774 new members this year, which is a record-breaking number for the institution.
If you haven’t already bleached the Witness World Wide livestream out of your brain, you might remember the moment a particularly frazzled Katy Perry told James Corden that John Mayer was the most satisfying of her highest-profile lovers. This was shocking news because we all (or at least I) sort of expected Orlando…
Nothing stresses me out more than finding the right bag or luggage for my trips. But today only, Amazon is marking down High Sierra backpacks to under $60 and rolling luggage to under $100. So, if you’ve been using that duffel bag since college and you have a flight to catch soon, you should get on this one. Like any…
Police from the Australian state of Victoria announced on Thursday that Cardinal George Pell—Pope Francis’s top financial advisor and Australia’s senior Roman Catholic prelate—has been charged with sexual assault, the New York Times reports.
There is no denying it: something is very off about former hedge-fund manager Martin Shkreli, and his lawyer is here to convince you it’s not an monstrous scheme to make vital meds prohibitively expensive, or allegedly defrauding investors, or being a huge jerk whenever humanly possible.
The Mormon Church, famous for imposing strict rules of conduct based on gender, released a new policy plan to its employees on Wednesday, which states that women who give birth will now be eligible for six weeks of paid maternity leave. All parents will also be able to take advantage of one week of paid leave to bond…
Remember when Orlando Bloom was fully naked on a paddleboard last summer and the Inernet lost its freaking mind? Well, Katy Perry was there too.
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Hasn’t everyone who’s obsessively followed an Instagram lifestyle influencer thought about moving to the city where they live and somehow ingratiating their way into their life under false pretenses?
Ah, Playgirl, an idea that despite being a perfect artifact of the 1970s was nevertheless before its time. (Its time being the point at which technology had advanced sufficiently to allow slow-motion pornographic GIFs on Tumblr.) How did such a thing come to be, how did it work, and where did it go?