Remember this cursed image?
Iggy Azalea, the white Australian lady whose whole plan to conquer the world by appropriating Southern American blackness ended up last year in an apparently shelved album, seems she is trying a new tack/trying on a new culture. Friends, I regret to inform you that it seems Iggy is pivoting to Latina. Don’t shoot the…
A woman named Heather Szilagyi posted pictures of bed bug bites on her 7-year-old, alleging her whole family got chomped on while flying British Airways from Canada to Slovakia earlier this month. Bed bugs: they have lift-off.
The first Monday in May is still many moons in the future, but the theme of the Met’s 2018 Costume Institute exhibition and accompanying gaaa-la is already reportedly in place. According to WWD’s multiple sources, next year’s exhibition will reportedly focus on fashion and religion. Hmm.
As Refinery 29 reports, this Sunday billions of Christians around the world will celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ, which famously occurred three days after he died from crucifixion at the hands of Pontius Pilate and his ruthless Roman soldiers. But one question remains: What time is Easter?
What the hell is going on with swimsuits these days? I know the world as a whole is spiraling into a pit of nothingless bullshit, but must we be ill-outfitted in a supply of uncomfortable swimwear as the oceans rise and Utah becomes the hot new beach destination?
Fox News, the channel playing in a marble-and-gold bathroom while the president enjoys a six-hour bowel movement, has an interesting challenge ahead of them: how do they cover reports of the Trump campaign’s contacts with Russia? How do they pretend like it doesn’t matter? Enter The Security Moms, who care very much…
Being president is harder than self-identified “businessman” Donald J. Trump thought it would be, Politico reports.
Who better to advise Donald Trump on what women in the workforce need than two white men who have spoken at least one women’s leadership conference each?
Let’s say you’re the president of the United States giving a speech about Black History month. You have a piece of paper in front of you and there’s a name written down—one you’re not familiar with—but you want to say something about him anyway.
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has canceled his January trip to the US and said he will not sit down with Donald Trump, who continues to insist he will force Mexico to reimburse U.S. taxpayers for his proposed $12 billion dollar wall that will act, more than anything, as a concrete middle finger to Mexico.
Do you ever see a Donald Trump tweet and wonder, What could he possibly be going on about now, and hope against all hopes maybe it’s part of some bigger plan you’ll understand one day? No—he’s not that smart. He’s just tweeting the chyrons he sees on Fox News.
On the second business day of his presidency, Donald Trump, a man with two butt holes but no mouth, will reportedly sign orders advancing the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines. President Barack Obama rejected the Keystone XL project in 2015, and blocked a permit request for the Dakota pipeline in December 2016.
Here is a helpful parenting suggestion from me, a woman who does not have children but might someday: if you want to have intimate relations with your partner, how about you just do it and keep that shit to yourself?
Well this should be something: Donald Trump’s director of African-American outreach, Omarosa Manigault, has landed her second job in the White House.
This morning, President-elect Donald Trump took a meeting with the troubled musician Kanye West, whose affirmation of support for Trump in recent weeks was seen at the time as evidence of his then-impending breakdown. Turns out, he’s just a fan.
Donald Trump, a man who is very ill-equipped to run the country, would much rather spend his time basking in the praise of his supporters than do his homework, as evidenced by the fact that by choice, he receives only one presidential briefing a week.
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In addition to reports of “knife fight”-like internal discord, an insane top security clearance request for the son-in-law of the President-elect, a bizarre game of cat-and-mouse with the press, and the clear impression that no one on Team Trump expected they might have to actually run the country, the New York Times …