Today in droll coincidences: nearly 150 years ago, an anonymous author published The Odd Trump, a novel whose description leaves no doubt as to the reasons for its obscurity. It’s fanciful and trivial — and it happens to feature a protagonist named Trump with a pal and occasional rival named Clinton.
Jane Pauley will replace Charles Osgood on CBS’s wildly popular Sunday Morning, making her only the show’s third anchor in its nearly 40-year run.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is beloved for his progressive politics and strong yet boyish face, but 3-year-old Prince George sees right through all that shit, and will not be extending his hand in a “high five.” What does he look like, some sort of city-subsidized day camper? This sweater is cashmere.
I always thought the draw of online shopping was that you do it recumbent and alone, marinating in your secret shame.
Is there anything worse than seeing a dog trapped inside a hot, airless car and knowing there’s nothing you can do about it? Thanks to a new law, Californians can now legally break into a vehicle to rescue an overheating pooch.
We were all aware that Hillary Clinton could smile like a winner, but who knew she is also skilled in not smiling at well-timed, seemingly inopportune moments? This tactic is called “deadpanning,” and Clinton used it to wonderful effect as she subjected herself to an interview with comedian Zach Galifianakis on his…
Hillary Clinton’s campaign released a new ad on Friday, and I’d hesitate to call it an “attack:” It simply sets Trump’s own tossed-off misogyny to a montage of girls contemplating their reflections, mentally cataloging the self-critiques that they’ll likely carry with them for the rest of their lives.
Kim Kardashian gave us all a fright on Friday when it was revealed (or seemed to be) that the star was on the fence as to who to vote for in the upcoming presidential election. Kardashian reportedly told Wonderland, “At first I thought, ‘Oh my God, I’m so Hillary [Clinton]’, but I had a long political call with…
Remember when Nirvana’s Nevermind came out and everyone thought the cover art was so cool? Spencer Elden doesn’t, because he was a tiny baby when his picture first graced the epic grunge album (cassette?). And I don’t remember, because I was the same age as that baby. And maybe you, dear reader, weren’t even born yet!…
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney told reporters on Saturday that his department will release video footage from police body cams and dash cams of the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott. The footage will appear online sometime Saturday evening.
Protesters across the world gathered Saturday in support of a movement to repeal Ireland’s incredibly strict abortion laws, in which the procedure is only legal if the mother’s life is at risk.
Jared Leto is having a rough couple of months. On top of being referred to as “the Suicide Squad actor”—because that was, unfortunately, the last film he was in—Leto just lost the lawsuit he brought against TMZ for publishing footage of him dissing Taylor Swift.
On Saturday, the New York Times’ editorial board published its endorsement of Hillary Clinton, a persuasive tour de force that sought to paint the Democratic candidate as not just the sane, underwhelming alternative to bewigged Hantavirus Donald Trump, but as a highly capable leader who will firmly guide the country…
The literary event of the century will be the release of Lil Wayne’s memoir, Gone Til November, about the eight months the rapper spent on Rikers Island after he was found guilty of firearms possession back in 2010. You’ll have to wait until October 11 to read it in full, but a preview from Page Six suggests that…
Washington state police said at least four people were killed in a shooting on Friday outside the Cascade Mall in Burlington, about 65 miles north of Seattle. At least one suspect remains at large.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Idina Menzel is getting married, Jessica Biel thinks we all eat in the shower and Yoko Ono is still a gem.
Parents, friends, and strangers do a public service by keeping their secret sex photographs and receipts of wrongdoings in their own private phones and laptops—as Valerie Cherish would say, “I don’t want to see that!” But we’ve all had phones left unlocked and doors left opened. So tell us: what’s the weirdest shit…
Princesses—they’re just like us! Except for all the ways that they absolutely are not!