Rory and Lorelai are back, shooting the shit in Stars Hollow. Noted set design investigator Bobby Finger observed that they have sat down to a meal of what looks like a family sized pack of toasted Pop Tarts arranged on a platter. It’s gonna be a great four episode (or possibly more!) stint.
A lot of signs are pointing to this being the end of times, but the fact that scientists are investigating how to harvest cockroach milk for your post-workout shake probably means that we should just let go.
Last night, Bill O’Reilly did what he does so well: he doubled down on a stupid, trivial argument intended to make more people watch his television show. It, as it generally does, worked.
In Rami Malek’s interview with Seth Meyers last week, the Mr. Robot star detailed a recent incident at the barbershop, in which the barber “came by, and she looked at me, I hadn’t been in there before, and she started laughing at me, which made me feel kind of awkward.”
After four seasons, the latest of which was stained with criticism, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck’s HBO series Project Greenlight has been cancelled.
“You don’t stop being a parent when your child dies,” Lucia McBath, one of the Mothers of the Movement said at the Democratic National Convention last night. “I am still Jordan Davis’s mother. His life ended the day he was shot and killed for playing loud music. But my job as his mother didn’t.”
There’s a YouTube mystery around beauty blogger Marina Joyce, and even after the police got involved the conspiracy theories keep coming.
The distributors of the anti-vaccination film Vaxxed have sent a cease-and-desist letter to an Irish advocate for autistic people who’s been speaking out against the movie. According to a letter they sent her, Cinema Libre Studios is trying to prevent Fiona O’Leary from “making any statement to any person” regarding…
In a 42-minute press conference in Florida today, Republican nominee and besuited Chucky doll Donald Trump criticized the media for what he sees as favorable coverage of Clinton. He then yelled directly at Russia to hack her shit.
Following the acquittals of three Baltimore police officers charged in the arrest and death of Freddie Gray in April 2015, Chief Deputy State’s Attorney Michael Schatzow announced on Wednesday that his office was dropping all charges against Garrett Miller, William Porter and Sgt. Alicia White, according to The…
Right-wing pundit Scottie Nell Hughes appeared on CNN this morning to opine that if someone votes for Hillary Clinton merely because she’s a woman, that is vile sexism. “Why sit there and put favor on one [group]?” Hughes wondered. Now look at what fellow panelists Sally Kohn and Michaela Angela Davis did while she…
Earlier this month, I wrote an article in which I called Ruth Bader Ginsburg my mom, which led me to receive an unexpected number of emails congratulating me on my mother’s service and wisdom; one guy claimed that I had met him at an event. I am here to say that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is not my mom,…
“That’s why everybody hates me—because I wasn’t willing to play along,” said Chad during Tuesday night’s Men Tell All episode of The Bachelorette, where the men JoJo rejected (sans her final two) converged to discuss the season. Well, Chad, that’s sort of true.
Welcome to ConBag, a daily roundup of gossip from the Democratic National Convention, which we are attending for four very long days.
A little throwback to the height of the Clinton-era culture wars for your Wednesday morning: In 1995, Wal-Mart pulled t-shirts featuring a Dennis the Menace character declaring “Someday a woman will be PRESIDENT!” from one of its stores because somebody thought it was “offensive.”
On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton became the first woman nominated as a major party presidential candidate. It was a historical moment in the United States, and despite the controversies around this election, it cannot be underplayed. Unless you’re designing the front cover of a major newspaper on Wednesday.