This week, Deadspin and Jezebel swap beats to celebrate America’s most dangerous and controversial pastimes: football and fashion, two sports that have far more in common than you think.
I think Mike Pence is putting towel charms on all of the Pence family’s towels in preparation for a Saturday at the pool.
During a campaign rally in Montana on Thursday night, Donald Trump returned to some of his most abiding talking points: sexual assault and Elizabeth Warren.
Just a quick Fourth of July story: A random man was wondering around my small suburban city’s celebration wearing a custom hat that said “Booby Inspector” and a Donald Trump t-shirt. God bless America!
Donald Trump announced on Thursday that Scott Pruitt, the nation’s most powerful grifter, has resigned as director of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Nearly a decade before Samantha Hunt published her haunting novel Mr. Splitfoot and years before The Invention of Everything Else was shortlisted for the Orange Prize, she published The Seas, a poetical and ghostly novel about a girl stuck in a seaside town struggling with the nature of identity and language.…
In a forthcoming interview with Australian talk show host Andrew Denton, actor Guy Pearce suggests that Kevin Spacey was “handsy” with him on the set of 1992's L.A. Confidential, the Guardian reports.
Goodbye to this terrible week.
Before the Supreme Court legalized abortion in the first trimester with its landmark ruling in 1973's Roe v. Wade, an estimated 1.2 million American women annually turned to illegal abortion to terminate a pregnancy. Before Roe, an estimated 5,000 of those women died every year from those unsafe abortions. Before Roe,…
Today, like every cursed day under this administration, is horrible in its own unique way.
In a major decision issued on Tuesday, the Supreme Court struck down a California law requiring licensed clinics to provide information about the range of reproductive care offered by the state.
Nicole Arteaga, a 35-year-old first-grade teacher in Arizona, walked into her local Walgreens in Peoria on Wednesday to have her prescription for misoprostol filled. Arteaga was prescribed misoprostol, a drug that induces a medical abortion, by her physician nine weeks into her pregnancy after—according to a Facebook…
Melania’s jacket has me reminiscing about Louise Linton.
The Massachuttes Insitute of Technology has completed its misconduct investigation of Junot Díaz, clearing the writer to return to teaching in the Fall.