Today marks the five year anniversary of the military operative that led to terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden’s death. To honor the occasion, the Central Intelligence Agency spent the day “live-tweeting” the raid that took place on May 1, 2011.
This weekend we crossed the threshold into a new month, and the New York Times, paper of record, has marked the occasion with a new condemnation of millennial culture. On April 30, 2016 their Opinion section ran a piece by Molly Worthen entitled “Stop Saying ‘I Feel Like.’”
On Friday, Old Navy tweeted a photo of an interracial grouping of people that sure looks like a family.
Donald Trump, a man whose misogyny knows no bounds, thinks that Hillary Clinton’s controversial remarks about handling men “going off the reservation” are “very demeaning” to men.
I don’t know Bill Nye’s life, but some of the selfies popping up today make it seem like he went out of his way to hang with the most random people he could find at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner.
There is some controversy over white people performing acoustic covers of music by black artists, but if you’re gonna enjoy one of those covers today, it should be by The Dixie Chicks.
Humor is subjective. Most of these jokes made me laugh. The audience’s reactions throughout made me cringe.
It’s hard to imagine this movie being as good as it needs to be to get past all this Internet neckbeard drama.
The long-awaited political news of the year is here. Malia Obama, perhaps the coolest Obama, has announced her university pick, that bastion of crimson smugness, Harvard University.
This is an open thread to discuss what will probably be the best dressed First Lady of our time. There are a few more looks from the White House Correspondents’ Dinner I’d like to discuss as well.
After an entitled male fan ran up on her on the street, Amy Schumer posted his picture for the world to mock. Not sure what happened to him, but it seems like it’s been a rough 24 hours for Schumer.
A Nashville sports reporter who delivered a Prince-themed report after the musician’s death has been fired, according to his Facebook page.
Rita Henley Jensen is 69, and after her mastectomy she started the process of reconstructing her missing breast through surgery. Then she took a sharp left turn.
Vogue hit its centennial in 2016, and British department store Harvey Nichols decided to make an ad celebrating the milestone for their May issue. They featured Marjorie ‘Bo’ Gilbert in Valentino glasses and a bright pink Dries Van Noten coat. Since I have very few opinions about fashion, all I can definitively say is…
It’s scary to think what might happen to an ordinary citizen when a celebrity puts them on blast, but my first response to this story was not compassionate.