Dani Mathers, the former Playboy model who Snapchatted a picture of an unsuspecting nude 70-year-woman in July 2016, is speaking out for the first time since her sentencing on May 24.
Google Trends just released their annual list of each state's most misspelled word. And as if it wasn't enjoyable enough to make fun of Rhode Island for googling how to spell the simple word "liar" so many times, Google themselves made a spelling mistake this year.
Merriam-Webster's Dictionary had a rough night last night. As did much of America, as we lay awake, tossing and turning trying to figure out what "covfefe" means.
According to research from an "extra-marital dating website" called Gleeden ("the #1 dating site for married people!
Students of a seventh-grade writing class at Arizona's Queen Creek Middle School were assigned to write a slam poem for their final assignment: It had to be about something they were passionate about, and they would have to perform it in front of the class, according to News 12.
ABC made history when it announced that Rachel Lindsay would be the first black Bachelorette since the franchise's inception 15 years ago.
UPDATE, 1:30 PM: CNN has fired Kathy Griffin from appearing on their New Year's Eve show. Send thoughts and prayers to Anderson Cooper.
When 12-year-old ventriloquist Darci Lynne strutted onto the America's Got Talent stage, the judges—and America—had no idea what they were in for.
Are all you popping fiends ready for another huge lipoma from your fave, Dr. Pimple Popper? Here's a video showing Dr.
Kathy Griffin issued an apology on Tuesday after she posed for a graphic photo shoot featuring a bloodied, "decapitated head" meant to look like President Donald Trump.
In the wee hours of May 31st, President Donald Trump sent out his most head-scratching tweet yet. At 12:06 am, the President, who appeared to attempt to start yet another rant against the media, tweeted "Despite the constant negative press covfefe." That's it.
Trolling the president has become America's new favorite past time (sorry, baseball!). But there are limits to what's acceptable when it comes to mocking President Donald Trump.