What, beyond a team of university psychologists, could explain the mechanism of Donald Trump’s mind? In the early 1990s, two journalists thought they’d figured it out, claiming Trump was fighting his overwhelming fear of being fat with a steady stream of amphetamine-like diet pills.
Forestbound, a small-scale bag and tote company out of Massachusetts, is the latest to feel the sting of a big corporation taking “inspiration” from one of its designs: owner Alice Saunders posted the above note to Instagram regarding its $99 ESCAPE utility bag, noting that fans and customers have contacted her asking…
James Woods has spent the last six months engaged in two very meaningful pursuits: tweeting, mainly about politics—Obama is popular among people on welfare, Bernie Sanders is a “commie scarecrow”—and suing the anonymous Twitter user who called him a “cocaine addict” and a “ridiculous scum clown-boy.” On Wednesday,…
Should they be elected president, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have both committed to reinterpreting the Helms Amendment, which currently bans women in conflict and developing countries from receiving federal aid funds for an abortion, even if they were raped.
Justin Bieber is on the cover of GQ’s March issue, and the interview inside is beautifully, delightfully unsurprising.
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At this point, you simply must be aware of American Idol’s most God-loving contestant, who’s now maybe on shaky ground in the competition and not just with his wife. In Wednesday night’s episode, we saw Jordan Sasser’s new Danny Zuko look, heard his rendition of a second Celine Dion-popularized song, and learned that…
God help me, I actually enjoyed reading Ivana Trump’s dishy, ridiculous, semi-autobiographical 1992 novel, For Love Alone. Except, of course, for the parts where I kept picturing Donald Trump in the throes of orgasm.
Listen, V-Day is right around the corner, and if you don’t have something special planned, I have a few words for you: $250. Non-toxic paint. Canvas. Fucking. Art. Wow!
Dallas, Texas, a city-sized airport whose cultural significance tends to spike only after white men are shot in it, is about to become notable for the first time since Kristen tried to kill J.R. Ewing, thanks to a new installment Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise. The Real Housewives of Dallas will take place on and…
Disgraced Canadian radio host Jian Ghomeshi’s sexual assault trial is expected to wrap up today; CBC reports that his defense team has chosen not to put him on the stand. Nor will they call any other witnesses or present any evidence; the trial has focused entirely on the credibility of his accusers.
Wednesday night, Saint Laurent designer Hedi Slimane threw down a menswear show at the Hollywood Palladium, the site of many a tuff rock ‘n’ roll show.
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What does divorce look like in the White House? If it involves Frank and Claire Underwood of House of Cards, apparently, people are being smothered with drinking glasses and a faucet is dripping blood.
Wednesday on The Nightly Show, Larry Wilmore had on Marley Dias, the New Jersey 11-year-old who—after becoming sick of reading almost exclusively about “white boys and dogs—made it her mission to collect 1,000 books featuring black girl protagonists and distribute those books at schools in both the U.S. and Jamaica.
Unable to deny a lesbian couple a marriage license, a West Virginia deputy county clerk settled for telling the women that their relationship was wrong and would be judged by God. The women also say the clerk called them “an abomination.” The clerk denies that part, but merrily told a local reporter that yes, God told…
Since Albert Einstein first predicted their existence a century ago, physicists have been on the hunt for gravitational waves, ripples in the fabric of spacetime. That hunt is now over. Gravitational waves exist, and we’ve found them.
The D-word became a topic of debate on Thursday at the Berlin International Film Festival, where jury president Meryl Streep commented on the seven-member jury panel being all white.