Here we are again, inside Mariah Carey’s closet, There is no place I would rather be.
Buried deep within this lengthy GQ Style story about Diplo and his recent tour in Africa is a sweet little story about why Rihanna has never shown up on a Major Lazer track.
If you’ve been looking for a way to rep your Game of Thrones love without looking like a huge fucking dweeb, today is your lucky day.
Online dating is either “fun!” or a nightmare, depending on who you ask. Slack, a messaging platform that lots of tech and media companies use for jokes and feigning productivity, could be described in a similar fashion. What if the two combined?
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is in Bonn, Germany for the G-20 Summit, where he’s reportedly sleeping, eating and doing diplomacy at a sanitarium 30 minutes outside the city, a hotspot hospital featuring “elderly people in wheelchairs arriving for spa treatments.”
Senate Republicans, incensed that Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke poorly of Jeff Sessions Tuesday night, voted to block her from participating in his confirmation hearing. In explaining their decision, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell also inadvertently wrote her next campaign slogan for her.
Ed Sheeran, a 25-year-old English teddy bear manufactured by Swift Industries Ltd., released a new comedy short/music video entitled “Shape of You” Monday morning. In it, the singer unconvincingly portrays a boxer who begins holding hands with, kissing, and perhaps even fucking a woman who is considerably more…
In an exceedingly delightful turn of events, the B Street Band—an esteemed Bruce Springsteen cover band—has declined to perform at Donald Trump’s Inaugural Gala after originally agreeing to it. Why? They want to make the Boss proud.
The Women’s March on Washington, planned for January 21, is expected to be massive, the single largest anti-Trump protest of Inauguration Weekend. Anti-abortion groups are loudly pouting that the march is supported by pro-choice groups like Planned Parenthood, and so they plan to “infiltrate” it. They’re going to do…
Leaks—they used to be good, but now they are bad, the organization dedicated solely to publishing leaked private information declared this morning.
If there’s one thing you should know about the Revolutionary Communist Party, it’s that they love burning American flags. If there are two things you should know about the RCP, it’s that they love burning flags and they’re very strange, a little cult-like, and have a mysterious, reclusive leader that no one ever sees.…
Vice President-elect and the sternest mannequin in a homophobic bargain basement Mike Pence is fighting to keep the contents of his email private. The Indianapolis Star reports that Pence doesn’t want to reveal the contents of an email sent to him by a political ally. It’s almost funny, right?
Singer, dancer, icon, and Trolls cast member Justin Timberlake participated in the great democratic experiment we call these United States of America yesterday, documenting his personal contribution in his hometown of Memphis. What the critically-acclaimed artist behind FutureSex/LoveSounds didn’t realize, as noted by …
Moderator Chris Wallace repeatedly implored the audience not to react to the candidates during the third and final presidential debate Wednesday. But that was before Donald Trump confidently declared that no one respects women more than him.
Many of Trump’s supporters live in a colorful and exciting universe not burdened by the confines of reality. Among their favorite hobbies is inventing conspiracies about their chosen candidate’s opponent, Hillary Clinton, and until last night we had every reason to think Trump supporters would believe just about…
Just like Aunt Sheila, who dabbles in ceramics and leaves her wet tea bags on the side table instead of in the garbage where they belong, Meryl Streep just learned that sexting and Snapchat are two entirely different things.
If you’ve spend most of your days muttering under your breath about Caterpie and your nights tossing and turning, dreaming about the Pikachu you saw at your cubicle but couldn’t quite catch, have I got an app for you!
No, this story has nothing to do with Tilda Swinton taking a nap in a box at MoMA, but it’s almost just as good. A teenager visiting the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art earlier this week decided to test out the difference between “real art” and “item that should be put in the lost and found” by placing a pair of…