Congrats, Marlon Bundo?
Another day, another drama.
Vacation Obama is the best Obama.
She called him “one of my favorite people.”
Despite Simon & Schuster’s reassurances that alt-right troll Milo Yiannopoulos’s book would not contain hate speech, author Roxane Gay has chosen to pull her upcoming book from the publisher, saying she “just couldn’t bring [her]self” to turn it in.
In a private meeting to discuss the presidential-inauguration performance.
Her BBC interview with a Trump supporter made everything clear.
“What are we supposed to do? You’re talking about harassing us like that’s okay.”
It’s called “8 million to one.”
“Honestly, it makes me feel great.”
“We’ve basically accepted the lie that women on average don’t make an impact on the world — to that point that we believe a story needs men.”
According to the suit, Ailes said Carlson’s “problems” would be solved if they had a sexual relationship.
His choose-your-own-path version of Shakespeare’s play is as hilarious as it is gratifying.
Thousands of fans surrounded Webster Hall in anticipation.
“YA is whenever you say, ‘This is a YA book.’”
There were tears, and there was whatever it is that Kim did.
What could go wrong?
Writer Kieron Gillen discusses his inspirations.
The comedian thought it was a joke.
“This is a powerful vehicle for conveying ideas which otherwise would get lost in longer essays and impersonal journalistic reporting.”