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The show had some missteps, but overall it was a marked improvement from last year in one major way, says Rebecca Bodenheimer: Women dominated... [Read More]
Monday night's Primetime Emmys were the first since the Harvey Weinstein expose broke last fall. It was the first of the post-#MeToo period. [Read More]
He's giving off serious Tyrion Lannister vibes. [Read More]
Google engineers are reimagining a URL-less future. [Read More]
Jones and Rubio nearly come to blows over alleged shadow-banning and censorship... [Read More]
Alex Jones and Sen. Marco Rubio nearly come to blows over alleged shadow-banning and censorship in the U.S. Senate... [Read More]
Why is communicating with family always so awkward? [Read More]
The EU has proposed new internet copyright reform laws, and those changes—if accepted—could have serious effects on our connected lives. [Read More]
Goop settled a consumer protection lawsuit Tuesday, agreeing to pay $145,000 and stop making medical claims about its products. [Read More]
Season 3 returns this month. [Read More]
The account did it three times. [Read More]
At the first day of yesterday's Brett Kavanaugh hearing, a member of his team, Zina Bash, was spotted making an OK hand gesture. [Read More]
With no Republicans running in Massachusetts' 7th District, Democratic candidate Ayanna Pressley swept up a victory for the House of Representatives. [Read More]
Pressley is on her way to becoming Massachusetts' first Black congresswoman. [Read More]
Sen. Ted Cruz posted a short clip of Beto O'Rourke where it makes it seem like the Democrat says he is 'grateful' for people burning... [Read More]
#BoycottNike quickly spread through Twitter, and people began burning their purchased Nike gear in protest of the move. Soon after, the memes were born. [Read More]
Beyoncé and Serena Williams have once again proven that they are icons -- but this time, it's not for the reasons you might think. I'm... [Read More]
Ahead of a performance at Taste of Oakland, founder D'Wayne Wiggins opens up about the group's legacy, current projects, and mentoring young musicians. [Read More]
There's a certain irony in the fact that a musician considered to be one of the pioneers of neo-soul, Raphael Saadiq, has rejected the label... [Read More]
The exploitation of teaching labor isn't limited to the K-12 educators who are staging walkouts, says Rebecca Bodenheimer. It's happening to college instructors, too. [Read More]