Even celebrities known as ice queens are taking up the cold challenge sweeping social media. Not so Pamela Anderson, who used her nomination to condemn the ALS Association.
Continue reading Pamela Anderson Freezes Out Ice Challenge
Move over crime dramas—turns out, reality TV makes viewers more aggressive and violent after watching.
Continue reading ‘Real Housewives’ Makes You Violent
Just before American journalist Steven Sotloff was abducted in Syria, his fixer’s identity may have been compromised.
Continue reading Was Steven Sotloff A Marked Man?
Like a caterpillar shedding its cocoon or a sexual predator shedding his creepy, deeply unflattering mustache, Justin Bieber leaves his old self behind.
Continue reading Boy Shaves Stash, Gets the Girl
Dallas Buyers Club star gets a beard trim
Continue reading Viral Vid: Jared Leto Tries a New Barber
It didn’t take long for Republican Governor Paul LePage to start alienating his voters in Maine but he may be spared by a split in the liberal votes.
Continue reading Maine Gov. to Be Rescued by Rival
Congressional lawmakers aren’t so hot on the idea of military equipment going to local cops anymore, and that makes national police organizations nervous.
Continue reading SWAT Lobby Takes a Shot at Congress
In the Bible, Jesus raises Lazarus from the dead. In medicine, a ‘Lazarus patient’ is one who spontaneously starts circulating blood.
Continue reading When Patients Rise From the Dead
First class is about to go the way of peanuts. A new app helps rich fliers charter their own jets to almost anywhere on extremely short notice. And next it’s targeting those in coach.
Continue reading The Uber for Private Jets Has Landed
Four years before the brutal attack on Christy Mack, the MMA fighter was serving a year in prison and wrote a blog of jailhouse musings—on women, race, and the oppression of men.
Continue reading War Machine’s Sexist, Racist Prison Blog
A Berlin building locked down after an African woman faints. An African man with a nosebleed removed from a mall in Brussels. With Ebola panic spreading, racial profiling could be next.
Continue reading Europe’s Ebola-Fueled Racism
Days before Foley was abducted in 2012, alleged members of a jihadi kidnapping network tied to ISIS slipped through the legal system in Britain, and may have started looking for new hostages in Syria.
Continue reading The UK Jihadists Who Murdered Foley
Conventional wisdom says Texas went Republican when the Democrats endorsed civil rights. Historian Robert Wuthnow says the shift started much earlier and was driven by religion.
Continue reading How Texas Got to Be Big Red
The conviction of the man known as The Hatchet, infamous for filming himself torturing gay people, is good news. But the violence won’t end until homophobia stops being legal in Russia.
Continue reading Jail Won’t Stop Russia’s Anti-Gay Psycho
From Jezebel’s “Disney Dudes’ Dick” gallery to Slate’s ogling of World Cup players, some feminist sites have a double standard when it comes to physical objectification.
Continue reading Full Frontal Disney
In 2009, a man was charged with destruction of property for bleeding on city police officers’ uniforms as they allegedly beat him. Now one of those officers sits on the City Council.
Continue reading From Ferguson Cop to Councilwoman
Peter Sprigg blogged that Robin Williams’s mental health issues, as well as his struggles with alcohol and drugs, conclusively prove that gay conversion therapy is a good thing.
Continue reading The Worst Gay Conversion Therapy Defense
James Foley was executed in the most horrific way possible on video so the jihadists can prove they are fearsome knights of the caliphate.
Continue reading ISIS Thugs Behead American Journalist
Police killed a young black man Tuesday who allegedly stole from a convenience store just three miles away from where last week’s infamous incident occured.
Continue reading Missouri Braces for a New Michael Brown