A universally denounced article published Thursday at Gawker.com has seemingly split the company in two, with editorial staff sharply criticizing and mocking CEO Nick Denton’s decision to delete the post.
2016 presidential candidate Donald Trump drew protesters and counter-protesters outside a Los Angeles hotel as he addressed a group of Hollywood conservatives Friday evening.
AP’s Director of Media Relations confirms that the news organization has decided to prevent future licensing of the photos showing guns pointed at Ted Cruz.
In a chat with Breitbart’s Big Hollywood, David Bazan discusses the “Bazan Monthly” project at length and reveals that it has spurred him to record his first full-length album since Strange Negotiations, scheduled for next February.
“I want the public to see my email,” Clinton insisted, after the public found she kept her official emails off State Department servers.
This week’s Girls is more evidence for my conspiracy theory that it’s actually written by The Manosphere–that group of bloggers united against feminism and preaching the saving power of masculinity. Not once but twice in “Female Author” do we see male characters calling out the women leads for being foolish or fake, and instead of defying their patriarchal judgment, the girls respond in submission and reward the men for showing some backbone.
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The centerpiece of “Triggering” has a room full of Hannah Horvath’s peers reciting various real-world critiques of Lena Dunham, sounding pretentious and shallow as they put her writing through the wringer. And yet, to her credit, Dunham balances it with even more self-effacing–depicting herself as thin-skinned, deceptive, selfish, and out of her depth.
HBO’s Girls continues to walk a dichotomous tightrope: its sympathy for bubble-dwelling white Millennial princesses and its simultaneous recognition of the people who find their entitlement repulsive.
These are, in no particular order, songs that have stuck with me through the year, that still deliver strong feelings after listening to them hundreds of times—songs that have proven some level of longevity already.
According to People, the two chart toppers performed the “hands up, don’t shoot” gesture popularized in protests over the death of Ferguson teenager Michael Brown as they celebrated Jay Z’s 45th birthday in Iceland.
New York police held a press conference Sunday afternoon shedding further light on the murders of officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos on Saturday, revealing a troubled young man had driven from Maryland that morning and boasted to two men that
Most “Song of the Summer” lists give you fluffy, relaxing, free-spirited pop hits, but the discerning music fan understands that all the best songs are sad ones, and any season is perfect for the right downer. So here are a
Do You Wonder What Women Need for Valentine's Day? Let Renowned Romance Expert Nancy Pelosi Tell You What Women Need for Valentine's Day
Fellas, just face it: if you’re reading this, you’re going to be alone on Valentine’s Day. Don’t feel down; it’s good practice for when you die alone. What’s that? You’d rather not be alone? You’ve let society turn you into
Some Guy Brought a Confederate Flag to Atlanta's March for Life and the Associated Press Really Wants You to Know It
An older fellow named Alan Keck attended Wednesday’s March for Life in Atlanta, equipped with a Confederate flag, a pro-secession sign, and some impressive facial hair. Judging by the Associated Press’s images from that event, this guy was a bigger
Stop everything: Judith Sheindlin aka Judge Judy aka the world’s foremost authority on all things has weighed in on the national crime trend of the “knockout game” on her website “What Would Judy Say?” In her typical no-nonsense style, JJ
Extreme winter weather like the storms across the United States’ midwest and northeastern regions bring danger, inconvenience, and a huge mess for adults who have to commute to work. However, for kids, it means no school–and plenty of time to
As I think about Christmas, I often go back to the Dad Pun “Christ’s mass.” It’s an important–if terribly hokey–reminder of the day’s significance. It answers a vital question: how did Christianity start? It didn’t emerge as an institution with
Lady Gaga’s new album ARTPOP has become a commercial flop for the history books: opening-week sales were down 75% from the debut of 2011’s Born This Way, and sales dropped 81% in the second week. How did this happen? With
Twenty-seven Republican senators voted for Wednesday’s bill passed by the upper chamber to fund the U.S. government in a continuing resolution and extend the nation’s debt limit. Eighteen voted against the measure, and one was not present. Yea votes Lamar
OBVIOUSLY SPOILERS AND NOTHING BUT After five seasons and six years of tweaking expectations, Breaking Bad‘s series finale contained only one surprise: somewhere between New Hampshire and New Mexico, Walter White was murdered and replaced by a pod person. At
Sept. 16, 2013, Rep. Confirms Liam & Miley Have Called Off Their Engagement: One Day (And Counting) Without Tweeting
So by now, you know Stephen Colbert ran an obviously sarcastic clip from Fox News’s Red Eye as an example of right-wing rage at President Obama–“the equivalent of running something from The Onion as a real news story,” host Andy
Eddie Murphy Recorded a Reggae Album and You Can Hear a Song from It Featuring Snoop Dogg/Lion, if You're Okay with That
It’s from his first music album in 20 years, titled 9, and it isn’t terrible. The actor and comedian also joined Twitter specifically to plug the song, so you can take a look at that, too, if it’s you’re thing.
While viewers unfamiliar with “twerking” found Miley Cyrus’s Sunday VMA performance shocking or distasteful, viewers with professional twerking expertise–such as Freddie Ross, aka Big Freedia–found it lackluster. Big Freedia, a New Orleans hip-hop artist known for popularizing the twerk-heavy “bounce”