The Crown is very quickly just becoming a collection of my favorite people, with Olivia Colman on board to play Queen Elizabeth II for the next two seasons and Helena Bonham Carter taking over the role of Princess Margaret. Now, the casting gods are giving us the additional gift of Gillian Anderson as Margaret…
In the wake of Katrina, Brad Pitt started the Make It Right foundation with the aim of building 150 green-energy houses in the Lower Ninth Ward of New Orleans. Now, those houses are rotting and might explode.
After yesterday’s third annual Women’s March and the recent March for Life in Washington, D.C., Shout Your Abortion and The Illuminator collective projected a series of messages and facts about abortion onto both Trump Tower and a Union Square building in NYC.
In his first Weekend Update appearance since December’s alarming Instagram post, Pete Davidson joked that he’d had “a crazy month.” But in a segment featuring former SNL writer John Mulaney, Davidson seemed ready to be back.
I’m guessing Wally is probably destined to join the ranks of peacocks and pigs not eligible to accompany their humans on airplanes.
Temperatures in New York City and Washington D.C. were near freezing for the 2019 Women’s March, which is cloaked in controversy this year, but the third annual march still drew an impressive, though smaller, crowd on the East Coast and around the world.
On January 18, Washington D.C. hosted both the March for Life and the Indigenous Peoples March. A viral video shows dozens of teenagers from the March for Life, many wearing MAGA hats, taunting and mocking a Native American drummer.
Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner have been a couple for nearly two years now, have a nearly one-year-old child, seem like they’re in love, and are gonna get hitched, which is all fine.
This week, news broke that Mariah Carey is suing her former assistant, Lianna Shakhnazaryan for extortion. But Shakhnazaryan is also suing Carey, claiming that she was subject to sexual battery and harassment on the job.
Megyn Kelly has no job, $69 million, and jury duty.
Fifty Shades of Grey and Michelle Obama’s memoir Becoming are two books I never thought I’d mention in the same sentence, but here we are.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, grandfather-in-law to America’s very own Duchess Meghan, and 97-year-old operator of both SUVs and horse-drawn carriages, has flipped his Range Rover but is just fine.
After finally finding Maroon 5 a Super Bowl buddy in Travis Scott, the NFL has announced that Big Boi is going to perform as well.
More than three weeks into the government shutdown, Canadian air traffic controllers proved that they care more about the workers doing their jobs without pay than the American president.
Constant exposure to Twitter and The New York Times have left me chronically unable to feel joy, but the closest approximation I can fathom is watching 12 Q-list celebrities attempt to pantomime basic human interactions under twenty-four hour video surveillance for $250k and the thrill of being back on TV.
In Northern California, a “mass causality overdose” caused by fentanyl has left one dead and 12 hospitalized, with four of the victims in critical condition.
In the latest dump of weird, not-quite-sexts from Amazon supervillain, Jeff Bezos, to his alive girlfriend Lauren Sanchez, Bezos revealed that his wife MacKenzie was having nightmares about turtles in the months before the split.
Am I the only one who thought Jane Austen’s family was at least Pride and Prejudice-level poor?
Jada Pinkett Smith recently had Lisa Van Allen, who appeared in the docuseries Surviving R. Kelly, on her Facebook Watch series Red Table Talk, where Allen detailed the cycle of abuse she survived during her time with Kelly.
Impossible Foods, the company responsible for those bloody potato burgers, is going into the steak business.