People are still taking the anti-abortion video seriously despite its factual inaccuracies, Second Star NYC has webseries featuring a full-figured lead actress, England’s government is putting young women at risk, Hunter S. Thompson’s once-assistant has released a novel about the gonzo journalist. More »
Yesterday, a 37-year-old woman named Ralkina Jones, from Cleveland, Ohio, died in her jail cell, two days after she was arrested for an altercation with her husband at his place of employment. The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office has not established a cause of death, and an autopsy is scheduled for today. There’s currently no… More »
Neal Falls may be responsible for the murders of at least 10 other women. … More »
Elisabeth Hasselbeck, former “Survivor” castaway, idiot sidekick on “The View,” and current “Fox & Friends” host, is not exactly known for her brains. What she is definitely known for is scraping the bottom of the barrel for any and all possible, not necessarily plausible, excuses for why cops unlawfully arrest and/or kill unarmed people of… More »
New York’s cover story on 35 women accusing Bill Cosby of sex assault was hotly tweeted last night—but this morning no one can access it after a denial-of-service attack on the magazine. Just before 1am, a Twitter account under the handle Vikingdom2016 posted, “nymag.com #OFFLINE,” and sure enough, the entire New York website was down. More »
This puts people in serious danger, given the violent history of the anti-choice movement. … More »
In a stunning piece of journalism, New York magazine photographed and interviewed 35 of the 46 women who allege that Bill Cosby drugged and/or sexually assaulted them, their images assembled into this sobering cover image. Noreen Malone spoke with all 35 women, who each shared their own personal Cosby story, many of them for the… More »
The National Black Justice Coalition, an advocacy organization for the needs of black members of the LGBT community, has backed the Equality Act, introduced in Congress yesterday.
The Equality Act seeks to extend protections for members of the LGBT community under civil rights law. The EEOC recently ruled that sexual orientation discrimination at… More »
You know that creepy feeling like something or someone might be lurking under your bed at night? Warning: This story will not mitigate that. Cops accuse Jason Hubbard, a New Jersey man who apparently didn’t have a place to live, of breaking into the Spotswood home of his ex-girlfriend’s parents, heading into an upstairs bedroom,… More »
How many times did this guy have his palm read? More »
In an interview early Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union”, Rick Perry said that the shooting in Lafayette, Louisiana, earlier this week shows why gun-free zones are “a bad idea” and said he believes people should be able to take their firearms to the movies.
Here is part of his stance:… More »
Despite glaring proof that John Russell Houser was indeed mentally ill, it was still a breeze for him to purchase a firearm in the United States. Houser opened fire in a movie theatre on July 23rd, killing 2 people and injuring 11. The problem of selling firearms to the mentally ill, is one part of… More »
First Lady Michelle Obama opened up this year’s Special Olympic World Games held in Los Angeles with a heartwarming message for the 6,500 athletes from 165 countries competing over nine days.
“My husband and I, we are so proud of you, so incredibly proud of you, and we love you all from the… More »
The old urban myth of the alligator in the sewers of NY sort of came true yesterday but to a sad conclusion; An alligator that was found crossing a street on 9th avenue in Manhattan during rush hour died after being taken into custody.
Animal Care and Control of NYC said the three-foot… More »
Despite many threats against Obama’s decision to bring up anti-gay discrimination, during his conference with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta while on his African tour, the President went and did it anyway because that’s just who he is.
In a discussion with President Kenyatta on Saturday, Obama exclaimed:
“If somebody is a… More »
President Obama will support gay rights on his upcoming tour of Africa, Venice is banning books that talk about non-traditional families, it’s possible to segregate the internet, and the Fight for $15 has moved to the campaign trail. More »
He hated women and loved the Westboro Baptist Church. … More »
Joshua Benevidez and Irene Enriquez face multiple charges after throwing a firework at a sleeping homeless man. More »
No one wants to be associated with a gross racist. … More »
Last night, at the Grand Theater in Lafayette, Louisiana, an older white male, now identified as John Russell Houser, 58, opened fire during a showing of “Trainwreck,” killing two people and injuring nine others. In total, Houser fired 15 shots, left the theater briefly before reportedly being forced back inside by responding officers, and turning… More »