JonBenét Ramsey’s family vows to sue CBS over docuseries they didn’t participate in

The network has fired back and said they will stand by the broadcast in court. More »


Leah Remini’s TV series about Scientology will premiere in 2017 and hopefully offer insights into the church

Since her extrication from the church in 2013, Remini has been very open about her strange experiences with the religion More »


Michelle Obama has no sympathy for Melania Trump’s position in the 2016 election

It was revealed that Obama has no sympathy for Melania Trump or her trifling instance of alleged plagiarism at the Republican National Convention More »


This WiFi can read your emotions and know you’re sad-scrolling through Facebook

But will it bring you pizza and beer? More »


Nationwide prison labor strikes highlight a group frequently excluded by the labor movement

Inmate worker strikes highlight one problematic aspect of the modern labor movement. More »


Anthony Weiner manages to get even grosser, reportedly sexting 15-year-old girl

The latest, grossest twist in this saga that we all wish would just end already. More »


Watch this little girl give herself the pep talk we all need to give ourselves every day

Positive self-talk (if it’s your thing) can be one of the most helpful things you can do when you’re feeling not so great about yourself, or even if you are (who doesn’t need extra positivity? who?). Some people learn this sooner than others… More »


Joss Whedon just created the most essential voting PSA you’ll ever watch

Joss Whedon, creator of Buffy and all things great and perfect (see also: Buffy) has emerged from his Twitter hiatus to bring us a video encouraging people to vote this November because seriously, are you not voting? Why not? Are you OK? Are your eyes open? Are you sentient? Vote. More »


Stop blaming Marion Cotillard for Brangelina’s breakup — it’s not her fault

Let’s give everyone involved (or not involved) a break, and refrain from jumping to wild, sexist conclusions, shall we? More »


Scientists figured out why Pluto has an icy heart, but still have no idea about your ex’s

While the scientific capability to input Pluto’s atmosphere and topographic features into a system that simulates 50,000 years of the dwarf planet’s evolution is impressive, the question stands: will scientists ever be able to explain the evolution of your ex’s icy heart? More »


Federal judge dismisses challenge to North Carolina law allowing gay marriage discrimination

Three couples attempted to challenge a law allowing magistrates to refuse to marry gay couples, but were struck down. More »


When did Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes get married? Here’s what we know

The ability to be a Hollywood couple and do anything in secret is a pure act of wizardry at this point, so it’s even more impressive that Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes got married in private earlier this year. More »


The ACLU wants the money it spent suing Kim Davis back, please and thank you

All things considered, it’s not an unreasonable request. More »


Guy who is definitely not homophobic was weirded out by how many homos were in his hotel

TripAdvisor user MooSmith21, who is definitely, 100% not homophobic, visited the Hotel Neptune in Playa del Ingles (aka one of the biggest LGBT tourist spots in Europe, FYI), and said, “food was brilliant but made to feel uncomfortable by the gays.” Again, he is not homophobic, so don’t think that.More »


Protests erupted in Charlotte after fatal police shooting, leaving 12 officers injured

After police shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott Tuesday afternoon, overnight protests began. More »


How to link your Tinder and Spotify accounts, so people can really decide how dateable you are

You better start making sure you’re listening to music you can be proud of. More »


Could Sheryl Sandberg really end up as Hillary Clinton’s treasury secretary?

Let’s take a look. More »


North Carolina governor held fake Q&A to avoid real questions about transgender bathroom laws

Do you blame him? Defending bullshit is not easy. More »


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