It's International Women's day and it is time to celebrate. Who and what are you raising a glass to tonight?
If you've ever thought that the numbers on the back of fortune cookie messages—22,13,44,57...in bed—were useless, think again and get your take-out menus ready; a 75-year-old woman who played her fortune cookie's lucky numbers just won two million dollars.
I first read about fighting fire with fire in an old Tin-Tin comic I had borrowed from the library in the hopes that I would one day be interested in adventure (no.
Comedian Jenny Collier shared the above email to her Twitter on Friday, inciting a wave of fury (or at least moderate irritation) at the unknown venue owners who had Collier axed from a show because they didn't want too many women on stage in one evening.
Sheryl Sandberg! is speaking out about the gendered nature of the word "bossy"—the way that men get to be the boss (competent, powerful, in control), while women are coded as bossy (nagging, domineering, stepping out of their place).
Graphic designer Fernando Sosa has created the most interesting sex toy prototype yet, a 3D-printed Vladimir Putin butt plug that's not quite ready for prime-time use but is an intriguing piece of protest art just the same.
If you haven't already heard—and it's impossible not to have heard at this point—Game of Thrones is returning for a new season on April 6th.
If you've been waiting for Blue Ivy's big debut, new video has surfaced of the tiniest Carter singing the word "surfboart" and telling her mommy that she loves her during Beyonce's dress rehearsal for the Grammys.
I don't know who's the bigger problem here, the tattoo artist who surprised his dog with ink during her spleen surgery, or the unnamed veterinarian who allegedly allowed the inking.
The Olympics may be over, but the inseparable and unstoppable duo of Johnny Weir and Tara Lapinski are not done providing commentary on figure skating everywhere.
A Chicago family's decade-long shoplifting spree ended on Wednesday when Branko, Lela and Julia Bogdanov were arrested for thieving more than seven million dollars in merchandise and selling the goods (toys, electronics, steak knives) from their home and on eBay.
Matthew Lewis, best known for playing Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter series, has gone shirtless for his role on the BBC's Bluestone 42.
It'$ the end of an era! Following 60 days of treatment for disordered eating, Ke$ha has decided to reinvent herself by dropping the trademark dollar sign from her name.
In today's Tweet Beat, Ariana Grande feels like "a big sleepwalking anus," Alan Cumming finds himself smack in the middle of being middle-aged and Ice T doles out some relationship advice.
Last night on The Colbert Report, host and self-professed feminist Stephen Colbert recognized — in honor of Women's History Month —"that society has intrinsically linked a woman's value to her outward appearance and thereby undermining her status and strengthening the patriarchal hegemony." For his revelation, Colbert was immediately honored with a Master's Degree in Women's Studies from Wellesley.
Welcome back to Selfie Loathing. Every Friday we round up celebrity Instagrams so we can watch what happens when star turn the cameras on themselves.
BLESSED BE. It's finally here, the moment you've been waiting your whole life for: Lindsay Lohan will be penning a memoir about her life and times.
The annual Conservative Political Action Conference, which functions kind of like a Gathering of the Juggalos for Rick Santorum superfans, is currently underway in Washington.
The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity has a long and storied history of shitty antics at many of its chapters nationwide.
It's Friday, people, and what better way is there to celebrate than by watching Sesame Street's take on Les Misérables?