"Josh has given me the who's been naughty and who's been nice list and we're going to use it to take some questions," President Obama said at the beginning of his end-of-the year press conference, referencing Josh Earnest, White House Press Secretary.
The latest installment in Into the Gloss's wonderful Top Shelf series features Lindsay Lohan, lots of photos of Lohan's artfully set-decorated room (hotel room, probs) in London (check the Polaroid of her and Terry Richardson, the unopened bottle of mouthwash, and the toothbrush next to her razor in the shower), as well as an abundance of lifestyle and beauty product knowledge delivered in a friendly manner from a bitch who knows.
Here's your first look at Queen Latifah as blues legend Bessie Smith for HBO's bio-pic Bessie. Based on her expression, she knows something you don't know.
At the end of every year, it seems like our society is allowing more and more room for hot garbage to fill our pop charts.
That great WHOOSHING sound you just heard was the entire world rushing to set "Good morning, everybody.
TGIF, here's Amber Rose dancing with Chris Brown to "Back That Azz Up" in a club. "Back That Azz Up" is a song that makes you want to back that ass up, so that's what Amber Rose (who's pretty good at dancing) did and someone caught it on video.
"This is the TNT cypher," says Kenny Smith, introducing this incredibly delightful five minutes of the Inside the NBA men struggling to keep up with Nicki Minaj.
A self-published erotica author who goes by Valeria O. has written a thinly-veiled work of fiction about Gamergate, in which a video game designer gets gang-raped by a group of men offended by her latest game.
The San Diego State chapter of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity has been officially closed after members were accused of harassing anti-rape demonstrators.
Running a little behind on the seasonal decor? Me too! Don't you worry, though—I've got here in my hot little hands the magazine that's gonna save our bacon, by telling us everything we need to know to throw the perfect all-American Baby Boom-era Christmas celebration: A December 1949 issue of Woman's Home Companion, an old-time lady's magazine.
Congress confirmed 12 new federal judges and 12 new executive appointments this week and the line-up is looking a lot like ABC's new schedule—diverse.
Because a royal's work is never done (if you consider circling the world for photo ops "work," of course), Prince Harry recently visited the African nation of Lesotho to check in on the efforts of Sentebale, the children's charity he cofounded.
The unbelievable shitstorm surrounding the Rolling Stone story about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia isn't showing the slightest signs of dying down.
Is West Coast love god Miguel feeling a lil' way post- D'Angelo drop ? Probably not—he's as big a fan of the hallowed soul singer as the rest of us—but it's kinda interesting timing that he would sidle up to Soundcloud and unexpectedly release three new tracks like *whistles*.
A judge has declared a mistrial against Devar Hurd, Ashanti's longtime stalker, who was in court on charges of stalking, criminal contempt and harassment.
The Smoking Gun reports that 57-year-old Catherine Crump of Waukegan, Il. has filed a trademark petition with the US Patent and Trademark Office to register Eric Garner's last words for use on "Clothing, namely hoodies, t-shirts for men, women, boys, girls and infants." Read more...
Normally, Santa Claus is decked out in an unflattering, matchy-matchy red-and-white suit that screams 1800s.
The Voyager, Jenny Lewis's new album, was produced by Ryan Adams, and he's been touring a bit with her and performing her track "She's Not Me" himself, so it was only a matter of time that they'd join each other on a stage where the masses could view them together.
On Thursday, December 18, Comedy Central aired the last-ever episode of The Colbert Report, a series that—after nearly a decade on the air—will go down as one of the finest examples of satire in the history of comedy.
The Colbert Report aired its final episode tonight and it was as funny and over-the-top as everyone expected.