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.
Because there are always people who need to grow up, I guess, a new company called American High has been forged whose sole mission is to generate comedies set in high schools.
Another widely despised man has a high probability of signing up to join the rudderless hell cruise that is the Trump administration. This time, it’s Kansas Governor Sam Brownback, whom the White House announced on Wednesday is President Donald Trump’s nominee to be the State Department’s ambassador at large for…
A mere month after TMZ reported that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West had hired a gestational surrogate (meaning she’s not the biological mother), to carry and deliver their third child, several news outlets reported on Wednesday that the couple’s surrogate is now three months pregnant.
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If you could make a hologram of someone you loved and interact with it every single day, would you do it?
If you are one of the millions of Americans who watch ABC’s unabashedly campy Dancing With the Stars—or one of the hundreds who read my recaps of it—you’ll know that the show is something like a purgatory for has-beens hoping for a comeback, and celebrities on the way down. Like purgatory, it exists largely outside…
In an interview with MSNBC, Representative Buddy Carter (R-GA) defended Donald Trump’s Wednesday morning Twitter attacks on Senator Lisa Murkowski saying that, “Somebody needs to go over to the Senate and snatch a knot in their ass.” (For those of you who are not fluent in the lingo of the deep south, to “snatch a…
There are currently two different movies being made about the underground, Chicago-based collective Jane, which performed nearly 12,000 illegal abortions in the ’60s and ’70s before Roe v. Wade.
Every animal screams because screaming is fun; every animal is capable of recognizing screams because suffering is universal and we will all eventually die alone.
Charli XCX continues her streak of making sugary, unabashedly girly pop with her new single “Boys,” which includes a music video starring what feels like every hot dude in music.
“Do you feel personally threatened by the .44 Caliber Killer because you have long dark hair?” That’s the question Channel 11 News reporter Jeff Kamen posed to various women on the streets of New York City 40 years ago during the Summer of Sam.
Nike runs 20% discounts on their clearance section with some regularity, but discounts on full-priced items are much less common. Save 20% on nearly everything they sell that’s not already on sale (see all the exclusions here) with promo code 20BTS on orders over $100, plus free shipping when you sign up for a free…
In a long interview with Vanity Fair’s Evgenia Peretz for their September cover, Angelina Jolie talks about her new movie, her children and that’s about it.
Missouri is the place to go for obviously batshit abortion legislature, but it’s also a place where more seemingly moderate provisions have success. On Tuesday, SB5 passed through the Missouri Senate, and it is expected to be signed into law by Governor Eric Greitens. Once in place, SB5 will make getting an abortion…
Justine Damond was, by all accounts, the sort of woman who couldn’t help but nurture and protect the life around her. In the wake of Damond’s death—she was fatally shot while unarmed and pajama-clad by Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Noor, who was responding to her 911 call—photojournalist Angela Jimenez released a…
Selena Gomez—viewed through Petra Collins’s hazy, sparkling lens—plays a housewife going through some shit in the video for “Fetish,” and she’s sexy, sad and a little confused about how to use an eyelash curler.
With rape scenes more prevalent in film and television than ever before, “rape choreography” has emerged as a necessary part of set life for actors and directors.
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