PHILADELPHIA—On Monday afternoon, hundreds of Bernie Sanders supporters, members of the media, and a few conservative trolls, converged in front of Philadelphia’s City Hall to protest a primary race that’s already been won.
Early Monday afternoon I read an article with a headline that reads “First poo-themed dessert café set to open in Canada.” The Independent’s use of “first” sort of implies that Canadians are all breathing a sigh of relief that it finally exists, but did any of them actually ask for this? Are “poo-themed dessert cafes”…
I guess this was as inevitable as it is ironic: Bernie Sanders supporters booed Bernie Sanders at a rally in Philadelphia Monday, after he told them it was time to work to elect Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine. In the video above, you can hear them booing quite a lot.
Similar to the public’s reaction to the story, in a new interview, Margot Robbie describes her interview with writer Rich Cohen for Vanity Fair as “really odd.”
Singer Marni Nixon has died at the age of 86. She didn’t get the marquee credit, but the singing in some of the most famous musicals of the twentieth century was actually her work.
True social equality is hard to measure and progress for women can be achingly slow, especially economically. But finally, we’ve done it. We’re here. As of 2016, women are making gains in one crucial sector: bank robbery.
Welcome to ConBag, a daily roundup of gossip from the Democratic National Convention, which we are attending for four very sweaty days.
A woman in China was killed in a tiger attack and another was badly injured while driving through a safari park.
Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is set to have a very bad week in Philadelphia. It started early and in a uniquely humiliating fashion, when she got booed offstage at a Monday morning breakfast hosted by a delegation from Florida.
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Students met last week at Illinois State University for a two day orientation to get familiar with the campus before classes begin in August, some accompanied by their parents. One woman is accusing a man named Shawn Childs Sr. of giving her drugs that made her vulnerable to an attack by his son, 19-year-old Shawn…
Gathered by John Oliver on Last Week Tonight, Usher, Cyndi Lauper, Heart, Sheryl Crow, John Cougar Mellencamp, Josh Groban, Michael Bolton, and Dan Reynolds from Imagine Dragons have collaborated on a rousing “Sending Our Love Down the Well”-esque anthem, pleading with politicians like Donald Trump to stop using their…
Beyoncé’s legal team has responded to a lawsuit from a man who claims her visual album Lemonade ripped off his short film.
Police Chief David Brown was commended for his work with Black Lives Matter protestors this month, and the country mourned with him after five officers were killed by military vet Micah Xavier Johnson. Chief Brown had some words for protestors about what else he thought they could do for their city, and it seems like…
Toxic algae bloom Donald Trump appeared on Meet the Press on Sunday, where he took a break from an unbroken string of self-compliments to defend Roger Ailes, who recently “resigned” from Fox News in the midst of being investigated for sexual harassment. Trump called Ailes a “great guy” and hinted that maybe the fired…
Over the weekend, some woman who probably spent a crapload of money to stand in the pit next to the stage at a Beyoncé concert spent her time there catching Pokémon, instantly becoming the mortal enemy of the Hive and, if she’s ever identified, the possessor of social mentions resembling a war zone.
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