Jaden Smith's iPhone Background is... As You Might Expect

Jaden Smith hit the American Music Awards Sunday night in jeans and a kinda dirty sweatshirt, a fairly average ensemble for a 16-year-old. He flashed his iPhone as accessory: a close-up revealed that his wallpaper background appears to be a photograph of Jaden Smith with his head on fire, titled "FIRE." Never stop… » 11/24/14 10:10am 2 minutes ago

T.Y. Hilton Nearly Broke Down Talking About His Newborn Daughter

Just hours removed from the birth of daughter Eugenia—Gigi, for short—Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton barely fought back the tears while talking to CBS after the Colts' win, and the touchdown he had promised to his baby girl. » 11/23/14 11:18pm Yesterday 11:18pm

The Wrap's Stunningly Stupid Op-Ed Was Called 'The Rape of Bill Cosby'

On Saturday, following a week during which multiple women accused comedian Bill Cosby of raping them, The Wrap published an op-ed that can only be (and should be) defined as pure, misogynistic rape apology crap. Then, to make matters worse, they defended it in the most spectacularly obnoxious fashion. » 11/23/14 10:30pm Yesterday 10:30pm

Hilarious Black Friday Movie Trailer May as Well Be a Documentary

Many people believe that a day will come when all hell breaks loose and all civilization goes to shit—a veritable doomsday. But let's be real. That day comes every year, and it's called Black Friday. This silly trailer from Nacho Punch truly nails the psychological thriller that is shopping on Black Friday. » 11/23/14 3:02pm Yesterday 3:02pm

If Your Career Stalled Because of Your Husband, Call It Like It Is

Of all the people you'd expect could nail down this whole work-life balance thing, Harvard Business School MBAs would easily make the short list—smart, ambitious, well-educated people who, if nothing else, have the money to fix the problem of gender inequity when it comes to having kids. But no. » 11/23/14 2:00pm Yesterday 2:00pm

These LEGO Instructions from 1974 Are Awesome (And Yes, They're Real)

This photo of a note to parents, purportedly printed on a pamphlet included in a LEGO set from the 1970s, has been making laps around the Internet. The legitimacy of the note, which is noteworthy for its egalitarian tone, has been called into question – but there's good reason to believe it's real. » 11/23/14 1:47pm Yesterday 1:47pm