Mitt Romney, a six-foot-two oil slick with teeth, is back on the political scene, running for Orrin Hatch’s Senate seat in Utah. But in my mind, no matter what he does, I will always be thinking of Romney in the context of the 2008 presidential election, when we found out about his dog Seamus.
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It’s the end of an era. Today is Dodai Stewart’s last day as Editor-in-Chief of Splinter. She leaves the site and GMG after an indelible career as a writer, editor, and leader to do something so few of us are brave enough to try: make her dreams come true. Words alone fall short of adequately expressing our gratitude,…
Weeks after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, President Donald Trump flew to the island on Tuesday.
Haha, “this is us” am I right!!
Make good choices.
Hey, it’s me, a man.
With the declaration of a second mistrial in the case against University of Cincinnati Police Officer Raymond Tensing for the fatal July 2015 shooting of Samuel DuBose on Friday, three police officers have managed to escape prison sentences in high-profile, police-involved killings of black people.
In graphic police dashcam video of a July 2016 traffic stop in Worthington, MN, obtained and released by the ACLU of Minnesota on Thursday, a white officer can be seen kneeing and punching Anthony Promvongsa, a Laotian-American man, moments after pulling him over.
Hillary Clinton announced the launch of her long-rumored political action committee, Onward Together, on Monday—with one special surprise.
I don’t know if it’s because I have been in this exact situation before, but hand to God (I was raised Catholic, so you can trust me here), I laughed so loud and for so long after reading this.
Chris Pratt, Hollywood’s third-best Chris, is deep into the press circuit for Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2, which means he has been speaking words that were not written for him to say, which is always very, very interesting.
So this is weird: In a new oral history (lol we’re still doing these?) of Shonda Rhimes’ Scandal in The Hollywood Reporter, TV’s preeminent producer reveals that the ABC brass originally wanted Connie Britton to play the role of Olivia Pope, the D.C. fixer based on actual D.C. fixer Judy Smith, who does not look like…