Snagging Clooney Makes Amal 'Most Fascinating' Person of 2014

As previously established, Barbara Walters' Most Fascinating People of whatever particular year it happens to be is not actually full of fascinating people. But the beat goes on regardless, and this year, Barbara decided that Amal Clooney, formerly Amal Alamuddin, was the most fascinating person of 2014 because she… » 12/15/14 10:50am Monday 10:50am

White Men Upset Wrong White Man Placed in Charge of White-Man Magazine

Today, former Gawker editor Gabriel Snyder was named the new editor-in-chief of The New Republic, which was once "the in-flight magazine of Air Force One," according to a movie about the most famous person who worked there, who was a fabulist. Congrats, Gabe! We are very proud of you. » 12/04/14 5:08pm 12/04/14 5:08pm

Reader to Columnist: I Used to Want to Be With You But You're Fat Now

The best thing about working on the internet is the ease with which readers can get in touch with you. It's so nice to be privy to thoughts about your work and, more importantly, what you look like! At least, that's what Telegraph columnist Bryony Gordon learned (though not for the first time) when she received an… » 11/04/14 1:30pm 11/04/14 1:30pm

The News Sorority: The Media Book That Drove the Media Wild

"Katie Couric on Diane Sawyer: 'I Wonder Who She Blew This Time'" reads one headline. "HATE-Y COURIC" proclaims another. Not to be outdone: "EXCLUSIVE: Betrayal, jealousy, and bitterness: New book reveals the vicious rivalry between Diane Sawyer and Barbara Walters - and how Diane ran newsroom like an imperial court… » 10/17/14 3:50pm 10/17/14 3:50pm

Correction: Jessica Simpson Doesn't Actually Want a Rounder Butt

On Wednesday, Jezebel received intel indicating that Jessica Simpson was "shopping around for a fuller, rounder butt a la Kim K." This information came from The National Enquirer via Radar Online via an email from a PR company. The validity of this missive, however, would quickly be called into question. » 8/20/14 3:20pm 8/20/14 3:20pm

Megyn Kelly Finds Nancy Pelosi Guilty of Sexism for Critiquing SCOTUS

During a press conference Thursday, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Americans "should be afraid" of the Supreme Court as it stands now, due to the fact that cases like Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. are being decided by a predominantly conservative male court. Megyn Kelly thinks this is sexism. » 7/11/14 11:00am 7/11/14 11:00am