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Filmmaker Zack Snyder—with an assist from Joss Whedon—attempts to rinse the bad taste of ‘Batman v Superman’ out of our mouths.
Members of Bellingcat, the fact-checking collective known for exposing Kremlin lies, are being slurred by hijacked Twitter accounts posing to be their own.
The new Netflix series, starring the square-jawed Jon Bernthal as revenge-seeking Frank Castle, is unlike any other Marvel-Netflix show you’ve seen before.
To expand beyond its base will take more than resistance. The party needs to offer big ideas and a big tent.
A network of LGBT Floridians has rapidly passed 17 local conversion therapy bans in as many months—a feat that no other state besides Ohio has come close to replicating.
The star of Netflix’s ‘The Ranch’ has been accused of sexual assault by four women. For the first time, one of Masterson’s alleged victims has come forward to speak out.
Reza Zarrab, whose trial for allegedly cheating U.S. sanctions is scheduled to begin in days, was secretly removed from a federal prison and may be working with prosecutors.
The ‘Full Frontal’ host said that if we want Alabama voters to reject Roy Moore than comedians need to denounce Louis C.K.
The Fox News host teased his call for Moore to drop out, before ultimately folding under the pressure at the very end of his show.
John Leguizamo gives a dazzlingly physical performance in ‘Latin History for Morons,’ mixing comedy, historical analysis, and anger.
In August, the treasury secretary’s wife apologized for mocking a woman who called out her ostentatiousness. Today, Louise Linton proved that she still likes to hold money close.
Richard Spencer and Charlottesville rally organizer Jason Kessler had their verification badges stripped on Wednesday.
The embattled Republican Senate nominee’s counsel went after a rape accuser’s divorce and 1977 yearbook to try to discredit her—all without ever addressing her accusations.
At a post-concert performance, Drake warned a fan harassing women in the crowd that he’d “come out there and f–k you up.”
Not content keeping Obamacare, Republicans tried to sneak “skinny repeal” into tax legislation—and woke up liberal activists.
It not only leads to shoddy procedures but also targets vulnerable populations, like poor and transgender women.
The case against the former vice president mounting a presidential bid is pretty damn simple.
Trenton Garmon goes full racist against the MSNBC anchor who was raised in Canada. Co-host Stephanie Ruhle went off.
Brian Madeux suffers from Hunter’s syndrome, a genetic disease that prevents his body from getting rid of carbohydrates. An experimental therapy might just cure him.
Moore has blasted birth control access for "unmarried couples" and "children.” In other words, for girls the same age as the ones he tried to date.