On the internet, it's hard to know when you should hold back and when you should just buck up and say whatever's on your mind.
Ah, the drive-thru fast food experience. So convenient, so conformist, so constant. Everyone knows how the drive-thru works, and that is why they have become bastions of efficiency, serving us hungry Americans 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year.
Starting at 1pm PST today, fans can watch a live-stream of the public memorial service for Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, which will take place at Forest Lawn-Hollywood Hills cemetery, LA Times reports.
One of the silver linings of the disastrous Trump administration is the fact that almost everyone in it, including the president, has left an embarrassing social media trail.
If you've ever fallen down into the kind of shame spiral that involves near-constant masturbation, you've likely wondered what kind of limits there are to such behavior.
As we learned yesterday, the Trumpcare bill is dead. And for a guy who authored a book called The Art Of The Deal, the irony is impossible to ignore.
For now, Trumpcare is dead. The Obama-era health law it was supposed to replace is still the law of the land.
The Meryl Streep singing meme has been an unexpected source of delight on the internet for the past few weeks.
It all started with an all-too-believable Photoshop. After Trumpcare was killed yesterday, writer Justin Halpern created an alternative ending to the New York Times story on the Republican bill: ooof the kicker on this New York Times story...
After surviving alone in the wild for an entire year, reality TV show contestants on the show "Eden" finally emerged from the woods having fought off hunger, fatigue, and difficult social dynamics while living in a remote area of the British Isles.
In a heartwarming video put together by Home Is Love, a Taiwanese group that promotes marriage equality, a 65-year-old father talks honestly about how he came to accept—and embrace—the fact that his oldest daughter is a lesbian.
Ooooh la la now here's some fun Friday gossip: New Jersey Senator Cory Booker asked out comedian Mindy Kaling on Twitter today after some serious flirting.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is many things: a former California governor, a perpetual annoyance to President Trump, and one of the most accomplished movie stars alive.
Amber Heard is one tough cookie. While speaking at The Economist's annual Pride & Prejudice Summit in New York yesterday, the 30-year-old actress talked about why she "came out" as bisexual even though people warned her not to because it would hurt her career, People reports.
On Friday afternoon, House Republicans officially withdrew their bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Spend any length of time on the internet and you're bound to read tales of disgusting things found in food—bugs, condoms, etc.
If the correspondent interviewing Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal in this video hoped to get anything useful or serious out of the interview, he's screwed.