There is probably no Bravo series as horribly addictive as Southern Charm, with its trust funds and stupid family names and loving references to Henry Kissinger and embarrassing meetings with Vox Media’s Lockhart Steele. If you are, like me, trapped in a confusing relationship with these upsetting libertarians, you’re…
As you may recall, Mel Gibson was arrested in Malibu in July of 2006 for drunk-driving, and a recording of him spouting anti-Semitic insults during the arrest sent the actor’s career into decline. He appears to think that’s the only thing hanging over him.
We’ve read your emails and dug deep into the grave—sorry, the greys—to find the most buried, most frightening stories submitted by you, our dear readers, for this year’s Halloween scary story contest. What we’ve unearthed are 10 of scariest tales of ghosts, demons, stalkers, and murderers that we’ve ever read.
Texas is quietly preparing to enact a new rule that will force abortion providers to bury or cremate fetal remains. It’s another anti-abortion restriction in a bad disguise, and it’ll pass despite public opposition because it’s not a law, but a new regulation from the Department of State Health Services.
Yesterday, a federal judge blocked two abortion laws in Alabama, one that dictates how close an abortion clinic could be to a public school, and another that banned a common second-trimester abortion procedure. The judge, Myron Thompson, ruled that both laws were likely to be found unconstitutional.
In an industry event held last night in Los Angeles, the chairman of NBC revealed their next live musical (after this year’s Hairspray Live!) will be everyone’s favorite Broadway show about Ed Sullivan, telephones, and putting on happy faces: Bye Bye Birdie. But the most exciting part of this news (god, I love this…
Hello. We are all here, on this Earth, breathing in and out, trying to stay sane and hydrated. One day at a time, everyone. One very, very, very long day at a time.
In an interview with Sirius XM’s Sway in the Morning on Friday, President Barack Obama continued his campaign to help avoid letting wigged plate of moldy haggis, Donald Trump, anywhere near the White House.
Jennifer Frey drank herself to death.
Soldiers and police in riot gear moved in on American Indian protesters demonstrating against the Dakota Access Pipeline Thursday, arresting at least 141 people and spraying pepper spray and firing bean bag rounds at the crowd. Meanwhile, the Clinton campaign issued a statement that said very little.
In an interview with local Finnish newspaper Ilta-Sanomat, translated by The Telegraph, former Miss Finland Ninni Laaksonen became the twelfth woman to accuse Donald Trump, evil toddler and our Republican presidential nominee, of sexual assault.
On Thursday we learned that billionaire James Packer had broken up with that legend and icon and Queen of Las Vegas Mariah Carey less than a year after becoming engaged. There are rumors that they fought over Mariah’s extravagant spending. (What? She’s super rich.) There are rumors that Packer got cold feet. (From…
Every year, Uniqlo likes to thank everyone with their Arigato Sale. This year, for their 10th anniversary, there are huge discounts across multiple departments for both men and women. And that makes for a pretty good gesture of thanks. The only downside is you’ll have Mr. Roboto stuck in your head for the rest of the…
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Inspired by the recent spate of women coming forward with allegations against men in power, Alaska lawyer Moira Smith alleged Thursday that Justice Clarence Thomas groped her at a dinner in 1999.
Rep. Tammy Duckworth is challenging Sen. Mark Kirk for his U.S. Senate seat in Illinois, and the incumbent unleashed an incredible comment about her mixed-race heritage during tonight’s debate in Springfield.
Don’t you want some nice news that will make you feel good instead of very, very horrible about the state of the world?