Kevin Quealy and Margot Sanger-Katz of the New York Times compiled data on gun death that shows the United States as the outlier it is, at least among developed countries. The article was originally published in 2015, but there has been cause for recent updates.
After spending what we hope was a happy life in a frequently shit-filled coop in upstate New York, Kim Kardashian, a chicken, is now dead. The small-brained, flightless creature once provided eggs to legendary actress and singer Bette Midler, but People is reporting that she has since gone to the Other Side.
For many of us who attended movies in the mid-90s and early aughts, the journey to the feature presentation was only half over after finding a seat. After the trivia slideshows and trailers, we had to take a ride on a roller coaster through a zero-gravity fantasy land filled with floating film reels, IMAX-sized…
On Saturday, April 23, an intimate group of Prince’s family, friends, and fellow musicians gathered to bid him farewell. The iconic musician’s remains were cremated at an unspecified time after his body was released to his family on April 22.
In a story that’s a couple days old, but eternally upsetting, an employee of Disneyland Paris was found dead in the Phantom Manor—Europe’s equivalent of the Haunted Mansion—on April 4.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died at the age of 79 on Saturday. It was an apparently peaceful death, by all accounts, in his bedroom at a West Texas luxury resort after a weekend of quail hunting. He has children and grandchildren and Ruth Bader Ginsburg to mourn him; let’s not do that here. Because Scalia,…
The late Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia died this week of a heart attack, according to his death certificate.
U.S. Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia was reportedly found dead “of natural causes” at a luxury resort in Texas on Saturday, according to The San Antonio Express-News.
In a week already rife with loss, Brian Bedford—theater great and voice of Robin Hood (i.e. the first cartoon animal you ever looked at and thought “I would definitely hit that”)—has passed away at the age of 80.
An Arizona mother named Lola “Tammy” Griffith, whose child was a patient at a Phoenix-area children’s hospital, took his life before she took her own. Nurses found Griffith and 5-year-old Helious, dead inside the child’s hospital room during a 2 a.m. bed check. While police have not disclosed how the boy passed away,…
Early in the morning on October 28, transit officers on an A train at Columbus Circle in Manhattan were about to write 43-year-old Gregory White a ticket for the disorderly-conduct offense of taking up more than one subway seat. When they went to run his name through the system, they discovered that White was wanted…
A lot of important people died in 2004: Ray Charles, Jerry Orbach, ODB, Avril Lavigne.
Last night, British writer Jackie Collins died in her home in Los Angeles. Collins was 77. Her family said the cause was breast cancer which she was diagnosed with in 2007.
Very sad news. E’Dena Hines, the step-granddaughter of actor Morgan Freeman, was stabbed to death in New York City. Police officers found Hines lying in the street outside of her home with multiple stab wounds to her torso, reports People. Hines is the granddaughter of Freeman’s first wife, Jeanette Adair Bradshaw.
Ralkina Jones, a 37-year-old Cleveland woman, died in a Cleveland Heights jail cell on Sunday, July 26. The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office has yet to determine the cause of death.
Amanda Peterson, the actress best known for her role as Cindy Mancini in 1987’s Can’t Buy Me Love, has passed away at the age of 43 in her Colorado home. The cause of death is still unknown.
Lawrence Herkimer, a.k.a Mr. Cheerleader, the founder of the National Cheerleaders Association and the “grandfather of modern cheerleading,” died last Wednesday at the age of 89.