New reports from the University of Alabama claim that one of the black women who was accepted into the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority during the continuous opening bidding process in 2013 spurred from Alabama’s racist pledging process is not getting the support she typically would from her sorority sisters in her run for Homecoming Queen.
On a segment from last night’s episode of The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, the host explored, with some degree of trepidation, a little trend called “vaping.” Read more...
After calling out Miley Cyrus in a now classic MTV VMAs moment , Nicki Minaj challenged Miley once again in a cover story for The New York Times Magazine.
A Clairol television commercial for Nice ‘n Easy hair dye has been banned in the United Kingdom for misrepresenting Christina Hendricks’ dye job.
We’re still doing this, I guess! During the “Hot Topics” segment of her show Tuesday, Wendy Williams brought up the Kardashian-Jenner’s cover shoot for Cosmopolitan.
Disney’s newest princess Moana has found a voice in a young girl from Oahu named Auli’i Cravalho. The high school freshmen is about to make history as the first Polynesian royal in the pantheon alongside stories of Snow White, Princess Jasmine and Princess Tiana.
Florida Senator and man who won’t be president Marco Rubio was in New York yesterday, taking in garbage sights, breathing in our garbage smells, and getting roundly heckled by a weird dude who accused him of adultery.
Here’s your charming, feel-good story for the night. Linda McQuillen, a 69-year-old retired teacher in Madison, Wisconsin discovered that her house was designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Earlier today, 24-year-old model Chloe Goins filed a lawsuit against Bill Cosby for punitive damages, including “mental anguish, loss of self-esteem and dignity,” stemming from a 2008 sexual assault at the Playboy Mansion.
In an attempt at relevancy, Republican presidential candidate Bobby Jindal published a blog post on his campaign website blaming the murder of nine people at an Oregon community college on abortion and single motherhood.
Prepare a big old batch of burnsauce because everyone’s getting scorched today. First up: Chelsea O’Donnell, daughter of Rosie O’Donnell, has spoken publicly about her mom for the first time since she either ran away (Rosie’s account) or (according to Chelsea) was kicked out of the house late this summer.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Tom Hanks is maybe going to fall in love in a park, Andy Cohen correct Jeopardy and I hope Ronan Farrow is kidding.
You’ll have days where you look in the mirror and not recognize the person you see staring back at you, days when your identity feels like a puzzle that’s missing half its pieces.
Recently, a bunch of proud beardos gathered in Austria for the World Beard and Mustache Competition. Naturally news crews were there to capture their facial hair in all its unnecessary glory—among them, the Associated Press, which produced this weirdly mesmerizing raw video.
Waking Life Espresso, the coffee shop owned and operated by two outed misogynistic pick-up-artists, has finally shuttered.
This is it, people: the first week of Jezebel’s annual Fantasy Kardashian-Jenner League. It’s been a burning hot seven days for some of the crew, with Paris Fashion Week pulling in Kardashians like moths to a pleasantly scented flame, and a little chillier for others—key players are still benched due to injury, issues, or distinct lack of personal apps.
My friends, today I stumbled across a nugget of extremely distressing gossip. The New York Post surmises, from a collection of photographs, that model and Swifty Squad member Cara Delevingne abandoned her lover Annie Clark—otherwise known as ethereal songstress St.
Toni Morrison was a featured guest at the New Yorker Festival on Friday in a conversation that touched on everything from the Charleston church shooting to writing about race and her theory on female gods.
All aboard the Unbelievable Waste of Time Express as it departs the station for an indeterminate, never-to-be-reached destination: the House is preparing a resolution to convene a special subcommittee to “investigate” Planned Parenthood.
Beginning in the mid 1930s, government-funded photographers fanned out across the country to document America.