Opioid addiction in America has been proclaimed a crisis, and some scientists got the bright idea of testing mussels for oxycodone. The results were illuminating and kind of fucked up.
The news is never good when it leads with the words “Scott Pruitt.” This story is no different, except that it’s more of a history lesson.
TMZ reported on Wednesday that Los Angeles’ Deputy District Attorney has decided not to prosecute Scott Baio over allegations that the actor sexually assaulted his Charles in Charge co-star Nicole Eggert in the ’80s.
Meredith Phillips, the star of ABC reality series The Bachelorette’s second season in 2004 (production took place in 2003), claimed on Wednesday that she was sexually assaulted by a female masseuse during filming of the show.
Netflix has set a premiere date and released the first images of Matt Groening’s upcoming animated series Disenchantment, his first new show in nearly two decades.
On Wednesday, the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts announced that this year’s prestigious Mark Twain Prize for American Humor will go to the great Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
A light and globular Dirt Bag for you this evening!
What happens when you combine cheese, MDMA, and strong female friendships? According to some posh British lady who spoke to Metro on Wednesday, the answer is “brieing.”
There is no difference between Donald Trump and ignorance incarnate.
Like many male auteurs, Gapar Noé sometimes appears to be contrarian for its own sake. Ditto for being at Cannes, where he premiered his latest film, The Climax, to appreciative, even fawning reception (it also won a fancy award). The Irréversible and Into the Void director, who is no stranger to angry critics, was…
It’s been almost a year since 22 people were killed and hundreds injured in the Manchester Arena bombing attack that occurred just after an Ariana Grande concert.
On Wednesday, the New York Times reported that an autopsy determined the death of a man from St. Petersburg, Florida earlier this month was caused by an exploding vape pen.
On Wednesday, at the Cannes Film Festival, where John Travolta is promoting his new movie, Gotti, the actor did an interview in which he was asked, among other things, for his thoughts on the #MeToo movement and what he sees as its effect on Hollywood. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Travolta replied:
Hilary Duff’s neighbor sounds like kind of an asshole, but aren’t there, like, co-op boards and email chains for that type of shit? If you live in Soho?
Last month, after so many years of hardly daring to imagine it possible, Bill Cosby was finally found guilty of something: three counts of committing aggravated indecent assault against Andrea Constand in 2004, at his Philadelphia home.
Betsy DeVos’s Department of Education—its civil rights office (OCR) to be precise—is now, get this, investigating Yale University over a Title IX complaint alleging the institution discriminates against men.
On Tuesday, Variety reported that Reese Witherspoon’s production company, Hello Sunshine, is tackling the development of its first feature-length documentary: a look at the legacy of legendary lesbian tennis player Martina Navratilova, which will highlight her social and political activism on behalf of women and the…
Frances Bean Cobain and Isaiah Silva (who have the same ombré dye job??) reportedly finalized the terms of their divorce, and they are rather steep.
Plenty of us have been there, wondering how many texts is too many to send to a man who seems hellbent on being non-responsive. How can you tell if he’s dead or just busy? Maybe he’s on a business trip, in the hospital, or is a spy. How long should you wait between texts? One woman, according to some cops, did not ask…
On Thursday, the Pulitzer Prize Board issued a statement saying it was independently investigating sexual misconduct allegations leveled against one of its members, author Junot Díaz. According to the statement, Díaz has asked to relinquish his role as incoming chairman (he was elected to the position in April), but…