Omarosa Manigoult, the other former Apprentice star who works in the White House, seems to be having an (almost) equally hard time behaving like a non-reality show character. Politico reports that back in April, Manigoult—who is the Director of Communications for the Office of the Public Liaison, which is apparently …
All around me, I see the same patterns. A chevron here, a clunky lattice or Moroccan trellis there. The world, it seems, has shrunk into a flat amalgam of inoffensive soft-toned rugs. And while I really hate to cause drama, I’m here to say that it needs to stop.
Karen Pence, wife of GOP VP pick Gov. Mike Pence and soon-to-be Second (or First) Lady of Trump Republic, Inc., is the proud founder of “That’s My Towel!” Charm, Inc. What are towel charms? I’m so glad you asked.
After reaping a whirlwind of controversy over the past few days surrounding the screening of a film by anti-vaccination ex-doctor Andrew Wakefield, the Tribeca Film Festival says it will no longer be shown. Robert De Niro, Tribeca’s co-founder, released a statement Saturday afternoon announcing its cancellation.
Mall retail chain Old Navy experienced backlash when photos of offensive t-shirts being sold to toddlers started appearing online. The shirts had displayed a slogan that said “Young Aspiring Artist” with the “artist” part crossed out and replaced with either the word “astronaut” or “president.” Rude.
Zoolander 2 won’t be out in theaters until next year, but the film is already receiving backlash due to an androgynous character played by Benedict Cumberbatch.
Three Zara employees have filed a $40 million lawsuit against the “fast-fashion” company, citing discriminatory work practices.
Kat Von D has heard the criticism about her unfortunately-named lipstick and she's written a lengthy response to any of you (and me) who might be haters. In a Facebook post written Wednesday, the reality star said her makeup isn't about sex.
Mere days after Queen B's 33rd birthday, controversy befalls the House of Dereon yet again! Beyoncé (or, more realistically, whoever takes Bey's Tumblr and Instagram photos) has been called out by Twitter for photoshopping an exaggerated thigh gap into a shot of her hanging out on a yacht off the coast of Italy.
Zara has snatched a children's t-shirt from its stores, after several people pointed out that it looked uncomfortably like the uniforms Jewish prisoners were made to wear in Nazi concentration camps. Not something you'd want to show up toting at a baby shower, to say the least.
A watchdog group in the U.K. has ruled a poster advertisement featuring Rihanna should be restricted to places where it cannot be seen by children, because it's just too damn sexy.
Rachel Frederickson's win on this season of The Biggest Loser was marred by adverse fan reaction and concern trolling that she'd lost too much weight. Now, it seems that the fans weren't the only ones upset.
A controversial song from a Christian film has been 86'd from the upcoming Academy Awards ballot, over what Oscar committee executives cite as a rule violation.
NASA has responded to the controversy surrounding Beyonce's use of an audio clip from the Challenger space shuttle disaster in one of her new songs, "XO."
Melissa Harris-Perry is facing criticism after two members of a panel on her MSNBC show this past Sunday made jokes surrounding the black, adopted grandchild of former Massachusetts governor and presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Blue Is the Warmest Color, that critical darling of a French film that won the Palme d’Or and Steven Spielberg’s undying affections for its epic (it’s a three-hour movie) and graphic lesbian sex scenes, has been generating a ton of controversy ahead of its U.S. release date. An open (and very crappy) letter from the…
Maria Kang, the fitness blogger and mom who posted an "apology" for a photo of herself on Facebook only to have it go viral — it got 16 million views and counting — stopped by the Today show this morning.
If freelance writer/fitness blogger Maria Kang had simply posted a picture of herself, baring her abs, kneeling behind her three children, it would not have caused a stir. But that photo came with the caption: "What's your excuse?"