In his new memoir, the incredibly talented actor and singer Andrew Rannells, perhaps best known for his Tony-nominated performance as Elder Price in the Broadway musical The Book of Mormon, writes about being sexually assaulted by a priest as a teenager.
Less than three years after being brought on to help end what feds called “a culture of sexual harassment” at Grand Canyon National Park, the park’s first openly gay female superintendent has resigned.
At a March 15 vigil for the victims of the New Zealand mosque massacre, NYU students Leen Dweik and Rose Asaf confronted Chelsea Clinton over a tweet criticizing Rep. Ilhan Omar. Video of the confrontation quickly went viral, sparking both support and outrage. Now, Dweik and Asaf are speaking out about the exchange.
Joe Biden is that friend who RSVPs maybe to an event invite and then keeps spamming the group with with messages about how he’ll try to swing by or hopes he can pop in, ostensibly just so someone will reply “We’ll miss you! Hope you can make it!”
There’s one undisputed worst Chris, which by default makes Chris Hemsworth one of the best. That is a fact readily apparent even to teeny tiny marsupials.
A New York sketch comedy troupe is accusing SNL writers of cribbing their pumpkin orgy material and giving the world not one, but two sketches exploring the hilarity inherent in the idea of putting a dick in a pumpkin.
Last spring, a judge ruled that incompetent scumbag Scott Lloyd and his shit show Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) could no longer prevent underage refugees from legally seeking abortions. However, new documents suggest after the ruling, he continued to track pregnancies in order to do just that.
Mama June of Here Comes Honey Boo Boo and From Not to Hot fame (“fame” is not an accurate descriptor, but the mot juste eludes me) has reportedly been arrested for felony possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia after a domestic dispute at an Alabama gas station.
Apparently, the idea of cheating in order to get kids into the Ivies was a bridge too far for one proud Yale dad who was incidentally being investigated for a “pump-and-dump” investment scheme.
The red carpet for a horror movie screening seems like an appropriate place to get weird, and still so few celebrities capitalize on that perfect opportunity. Yet the always sartorially delightful Lupita Nyong’o once again understands there is a time and a place for everything, including contacts that give the illusion…
But only for one day.
As far as we know, Olivia Jade is still on the yacht preparing her tearful explainer video while her sister Isabella Giannulli is home with her parents amid the college admissions bribery fallout.
At a South by Southwest panel on March 9, NBC News President Noah Oppenheim said the network learned something after paying Megyn Kelly $69 million to stop talking in front of their cameras, though what he thinks they learned is not immediately clear.
A woman who jumped a barrier at an Arizona zoo in order to get a selfie with a jaguar was attacked when the animal clawed her through a fence.
Another news cycle, another giant-ass celebrity engagement ring posted to Instagram.
A high school senior chose to sit out the Colorado state wrestling championships in order to avoid sparring with two opponents who ended up becoming the first female wrestlers to ever place in the tournament.
Thanks to pediatric vaccination programs, Oregon hadn’t had a case of childhood tetanus in 30 years. That changed in 2017, when an unvaccinated 6-year-old boy spent weeks in the ICU and amassed an $800,000 medical bill after contracting the infection, according to a recent case study by the CDC.
In recent years, a spate of news stories about people flying with unusual support animals has made the topic seem like a problem. I would like to posit a solution: flights that are nothing but support animals, people who need them, and people who enjoy them.
The Maryland Court of Appeals reinstated Adnan Syed’s conviction on March 8, meaning that he will not get the opportunity to try his case again.
The attorney who represented R. Kelly in 2008 when he was acquitted in a child pornography case says he definitely did it that time but thinks he’s probably innocent of these new sexual abuse charges.