Nome Superior Court Judge Timothy Dooley may soon be looking for new employment now that the Alaska Commission on Judicial Conduct has issued a complaint against him, alleging that the justice—who’s referred to as “rugged and adventurous”— is also a raging misogynist.
It’s already hard for dudes in this country to vape in peace, but now they have to deal with the threat of violence when hitting their e-cigs in public.
A week after molestation allegations against Josh Duggar came to light, Rick Santorum is speaking out on his feelings about the family that endorsed him for president in 2012 and about Josh Duggar’s actions in particular.
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The upcoming Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is getting ready to cast the two actresses who will star alongside Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne.
Country Aircheck Weekly is a trade publication devoted to country radio news, not exactly a popular read for most households.
In this weekend’s New York Times Magazine The Ethicists column, a moral quandary with national implications.
Back in January, a group of women in the Israeli city of Beit Shemesh won a lawsuit against the municipality for refusing to remove “modesty signs”—signs instructing women how to dress, placed around the city by members of the ultra-Orthodox community—which the plaintiffs argued created a threatening atmosphere for women.
When I tell people I was in the National Spelling Bee, it’s always with a weird self-deprecating “I’m such a nerd” kind of tone, but the truth is—it was one of the coolest things I’ve ever done.
R&B singer Cheryl Lynn, who’s best known for her hit “Got To Be Real,” did not get the memo to never tweet.
Sometimes the snow comes down in June, sometimes the sun goes ‘round the moon, and sometimes a young and notoriously flaky celebrity with only a couple weeks left to complete 115 of her 125 court-ordered community service hours actually manages to achieve her goal.
A Christian, uh, hip-hop group called We Are Watchmen has made a song for Ted Cruz. It involves metaphors about “the Reds” and the chorus “Set it on fire,” which, fittingly, sounds a lot like “Kill it with fire.” Let’s just...
As of last night, the Golden State Warriors are the NBA’s new Western Conference champs. In more important news, Riley Curry made her return to the post-game podium to give a speech.
Well, one of those pesky remakes we all love to complain about has been farted out into the universe.
Paula Cooper, once US's youngest death row inmate, dead in apparent suicide http://t.co/BCBPCMBU84 May 26, 2015 Read more...
If anyone knows of a micropeen whose dream is to sashay around on a stage, showing off their goods or lack thereof, the Smallest Penis in Brooklyn Pageant is looking for eligible contestants for its third annual competition.
Tracy Morgan has settled with Walmart over the car crash that left one person dead while the comedian and other passengers were seriously injured.
Imagine a future where an audience of television viewers gathers weekly to watch a reality show on which a group of unemployed or minimum wage workers participate in competitions meant to prove their societal worth.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Lenny Kravitz hangs with some youth, Jennifer Lopez is in Morocco and Vince from Entourage gives some words of wisdom.
In just two and a half years, Tinder has gone from quirky new app to one of the biggest online dating services in the world.