On a Sunday night, a body plummets into the Hudson River. As soon as the man hits the water, dozens of faces press against the window panes on the lower level of the Circle Line Sightseeing Cruise, the boat from which the man leapt. Someone tosses a flotation device in his direction, and he freestyle-strokes to the…
In what might be the most random and oddly specific Gold Box we’ve seen to date, Amazon’s running a big-ass sale on leather journals. So, uh, if you need any leather journals, this is a good day to buy them, it would seem.
That fat IKEA catalog that lands with a thud in mailboxes worldwide around this time annually is apparently a massive undertaking that requires tailoring to a global-spanning array of tastes. Sometimes that means cropping photos for smaller kitchens; sometimes that means cropping out the women.
For many still mourning Hillary Clinton’s loss, it sounds like her forthcoming memoir, What Happened, will ideally provide some closure.
Overwatch features characters with body types and backgrounds that are not often seen in pop culture, let alone first person shooters. For many of us who rarely see ourselves reflected in media, this cast can seem radical and even life-changing—especially in my case. Zarya, Overwatch’s Russian strong-woman tank,…
When HBO announced that the new show from their golden-boy Game of Thrones showrunners, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, would involve an alternate history in which the Confederacy won and slavery continued, it didn’t go over well. Now, HBO executives say they see why.
Because grown-ass adults can pretty much show up to Comic-Con dressed in head-to-toe superhero garb and nobody will judge you, celebrities often sneak around the event in disguise. This year one such celeb was Lupita Nyong’o, who showed up in a pink Power Rangers outfit and danced with glee all across the venue.
When asked a question that at this point feels as old as time—does Trump actually believe his own bullshit or is he just trying to appease his base of selfish bigots?—former Vice President Al Gore said on last night’s The Late Late Show with James Corden, “I have no idea what’s going on in his mind.” Hm, same.
Jon Stewart saw us crying and screaming about how much we miss him right now, so he’s returning with two comedy specials to shut us up.
Petulant toddler Donald Trump is reportedly seeking vengeance against the entire state of Alaska because Sen. Lisa Murkowski voted against Tuesday’s motion to proceed debate on a bill that will likely strip millions of Americans of healthcare.
A month after I ordered prenatal vitamins on Amazon, I started hearing an ad on Spotify that featured the sound of a baby’s heartbeat. It was an ad for a prenatal doctor.
Anthony “the Mooch” Scaramucci is not even a week into his new job as White House communications director and he’s already entered into an extremely public and very stupid fight with chief of staff Reince Priebus, tweeting last night, in response to a Politico story about his financial conflicts: “In light of the leak…
David Simon’s forthcoming HBO series The Deuce is ostensibly about how porn became the cultural and economic juggernaut it is today—but it’s also about misogyny, according to David Simon. Cool.
Kesha has already released three singles this month leading up to her long-awaited album Rainbow out in August, each of them transparently inspired by the trials and tribulations of fighting Dr. Luke and her label Kemosabe in court.
Let’s start with the prognosis: the photographer Justin Bieber hit with his car “suffered non life-threatening injuries to his lower body.” So he’ll be fine. Now that that’s out of the way, the headline bears repeating: Justin Bieber ran over a photographer after church, but it was an accident.
It’s that time again. Nordstrom Rack has brought back their Clear the Rack sale and it’s full (and I mean FULL) of really incredible deals. Designer clothing, brands you’ve never heard of, everything in clearance an extra 25% off, or a whopping 50% off when it comes to dresses. The one in the picture up there is $15!…
State officials reported a case of what they believe to be mosquito transmission of the Zika virus in Hidalgo County, Texas, the New York Times reported on Wednesday. If their findings are corroborated, this would be the first known instance of local mosquito transmission of the virus within US borders since last fall.
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