In a recent interview with the Philadelphia Daily News, painter Nelson Shanks revealed that his rendering of Bill Clinton, currently hanging in the National Portrait Gallery, contains a reference to the "shadow" Monica Lewinsky cast over his presidency. Oh boy.
God, I've missed these harpies.
"Groom Academy" is a progressive new program designed to properly train your man in the art of good husbandry. It reinforces a slew of tired domestic stereotypes, sure, but you know: happy wife, happy life. Let's find out how to make those goddamned wives happy.
Senator Barbara Mikulski of Maryland, the longest-serving woman in Congressional history, will be retiring at the end of this term. Mikulski, 78, has served in the Senate since 1987, and acted as a Representative for 10 years before that, a total of 38 years in Congress.
Sharknados 1 and 2 were mostly fun, farcical romps through deliberately bad camp. But, with today's casting news, Sharknado 3 promises to be a truly terrifying film indeed.
There are a great number of awful things on Facebook, so I wonder if you've managed to see the most awful thing? It is an ad. It shows a beautiful young Asian woman bookended by beautiful white, blonde women, and they are all cozy together on a couch, each in her own unique pair of Punjammies. The copy reads: Created by women from India who wish to remain free of sex slavery.
Zeta Psi is a very old, very rich, very prep-school fraternity at the University of Virginia that's known on campus as Zete and to the rest of the country as "that one frat, I forget where, somewhere in the South probably, that sent a pledge to the hospital for three days after making him wash down some dog food with 12 to 18 ounces of soy sauce ."
Maybe. According to sources, shit has been hitting the fan behind the scenes since Joan River's passing last fall.
In a case of "Don't believe everything you read on the Internet," those supposedly unretouched photos of Cindy Crawford in a bikini might have been retouched after all—to make her look worse.
Welcome back to Behind Closed Ovens, where we take a look at the best and strangest stories from inside the food industry. This week, we've got the post I swore I'd never write: stories of hilariously bad service and employees who had no idea what they were doing. As always, these are real e-mails from real readers.
Duke junior Rasheed Sulaimon was dismissed from the men's basketball team on Jan. 29, 2015, with no official explanation given. According to a report published today by the Chronicle, Duke's student newspaper, Sulaimon was dismissed more than a year after he was accused of sexually assaulting two female students. The Chronicle also reports that high-ranking members of the university's athletic department were aware of the allegations as early as March 2014, and violated federal law by failing to report them.
On Saturday, MMA fighter Ronda Rousey beat her opponent Cat Zingano in 14 seconds. 14. Seconds. She got in, she got into a position that would break Zingano’s limb and it was over. So let’s talk about, Ronda shall we?
The heavily airbrushed face of famous teen Kylie Jenner appears on the cover of this month's Fault and inside the magazine, the youngest Kardashian (or—more likely—Kris Jenner wearing a Kylie Jenner mask) has all sorts of in depth insights into the world. "There's definitely a spiritual side to me and I honestly want the best for everyone," she says. "I'm not materialistic."
In 2012, 23-year-old Jyoti Singh was returning from a night at the movies with a male friend in Delhi, India when they caught a ride on a minibus. Inside, six men beat her with iron rods and gang-raped her. She died two days later from her injuries. In a jailhouse interview, one of the men convicted in the attack now says the rape was Singh's fault, because she was out at night.
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Gather ye razor-sharp witticisms while ye may, because it sounds like Maggie Smith is leaving Downton Abbey after next season.
"Call Me Maybe" singer Carly Rae Jepsen would really, really like you to listen to her new single "I Really Like You." This sugary pop cut is just begging for a chick flick movie montage placement as some wide-eyed girl flounces down an immaculately slicked down version of Manhattan's East Village.
Dolce&Gabanna used a combination of mothers, offspring, and a very pregnant Bianca Balti in a special collection/runway show dedicated to moms. Aw!
It's Sunday night—so why not revisit #thedress to cap off the weekend for good measure? (I mean, right?)
Jezebel got a gentle ribbing on The Simpsons this evening (along with our friends at Defamer and our casual party frenemies at Perez Hilton). I believe I speak for all of us cranky lesbos on staff when I say that this is the best day of our lives.