According to former Attorney General Eric Holder, Edward Snowden and the Justice Department might strike a deal that enables the former NSA contractor to return from Moscow to the United States. »
Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. We’re back to an old standby this week: people eating—in many cases gleefully—things that stretch the bounds of edibility. As always, these are real e-mails from real readers. »
This past weekend, Oxfordshire hosted something called the Henley Royal Regatta—“one of the quintessential British events of the summer season,” according to WWD. Apparently it’s quite an occasion and has happened annually since 1839. Consequently, old photos are an absolute treasure trove of bygone ladies’ fashions. »
Honesty is generally the best policy, especially when learning the truth requires no more than an internet connection and roughly five minutes. »
First of all, this raccoon is named Melanie. Second, Melanie is a perfect name for a raccoon. Third, this bad-ass raccoon can ride a bicycle better than most people you know. She’s probably safer and actually shares the road, too. »
Is Sarah Jessica Parker’s socio-political identity important to you? If so, then I have some breaking news! Sarah is not a feminist, she is a “humanist.” Adjust your life accordingly.
Earlier this year, A$AP Rocky referenced his past relationship or whatever-ship with Rita Ora on his song “Better Things,” rapping, “I swear that bitch Rita Ora got a big mouth/ Next time I see her might curse the bitch out.”
In today’s Tweet Beat, Cara Delevingne’s got the right idea, Tyra Banks is feeling the no-shave look and Olivia Wilde apologizes to an entire plane. »
E! has a new reality show coming out on June 7 called “Hollywood Cycle,” which is about that most stubborn of exercise “cults,” the spin class, and stars the scariest possible stratum of reality subjects: spin instructors. »
There’s nothing like a man who can dance. A man who can move his body in time. A man who can tap his toes on the sidewalk and belt out a ballad! I love men like this. Consequently I have dated many gay men.
Oreo is debuting a thinner Oreo. It has a good chunk of the filling squeezed out, and a much more slender, crispier cookie aspect. The new, skinny Oreo! blare a thousand headlines. But why are we shaming ordinary, beautiful, perfectly delicious Oreos? We’re so serious about this. This is a serious post. Please share… »
The Associated Press is reporting that they’ve obtained a 2005 deposition from Bill Cosby in which he admits to buying Quaaludes, “with the intent of giving them to young women he wanted to have sex with.” Cosby’s attorneys fought releasing the deposition on the grounds that it would “embarrass” him. We’ll say. »
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During last night’s episode of True Detective, the detective team visits a film set where they encounter a tyrannical director whose lack of creative vision is only slightly overshadowed by his love of booze and hookers. It just so happens that this less-than charming auteur vaguely resembles Cary Fukunaga (mega babe… »
The South Carolina Senate has voted to remove the Confederate flag from the Capitol grounds. The New York Times reports that the vote was 37-3. The Senate still has one more procedural vote to ratify the bill. The House will also have to vote in a two-thirds majority to remove the flag. »
Today in incredible headlines, Fashionista has interviewed Dr. Robb Ackridge, a scientist who co-invented the wildly popular Clarisonic face cleansing device after dedicating part of his career to AIDS vaccine research. Okay? »