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These are the kinds of posters that one might expect to be the product of fan art, yet here Hulu is grabbing at our very souls with these chilling and awesome character posters for The Handmaid's Tale. Check out the full gallery at Coming Soon. Have you checked out Offred's story yet?
We all remember how this played out last time, yeah?
Five years ago, back when Feminist Frequency was a simple YouTube show, and two years before "Gamergate," feminist pop culture critic, Anita Sarkeesian posted what she thought would be a modest crowdfund. She launched a Kickstarter campaign for a video series she called "Tropes Vs. Show More Summary
Bitch Planet is a book that, from the first issue, felt bigger than what was printed on its pages.
I don't think this is the kind of alien activity they meant.
You remember that tone-deaf Kendall Jenner Pepsi ad, right? Yeah, we're trying to forget, too. Thankfully, Heineken has released something that can serve as an amazing palate cleanser, clearing away any aftertaste left behind by that denim-wrapped monstrosity. Check out the ad after the jump, called "Worlds Apart."
The Cassini space orbiter recently dipped between Saturn itself and the planet's innermost rings, a region previously never explored by any spacecraft.
Sticking to a 101-level understanding of a subject is not something to be proud of.
The Simpsons, which has continued to live up to the "Simpsons did it!" joke (perhaps due in part to the show's 600+ episodes), notably "predicted" our current Donald Trump-fueled hellscape, so it only makes sense that the writers would have some thoughts on how the real-world version is going so far.
Look, I get it. People come up with snappy phrases to define overused tropes that signal inadequate representation of marginalized groups in media. They are often helpful to make people aware of the negative ways in which, say, women are portrayed in media. Show More Summary
If there's one thing you can say about the men at Fox News, it's that they sure are consistent.
What would you do if John Boyega crashed your Star Wars photo shoot with BB-8?
"Any country that doesn't embrace science, that doesn't invest in science is going to fall behind economically. It's going to get out-competed by other countries. And I think in the coming weeks we'll come to realize that. You can't ignore science and stay competitive."
Doctors at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia fashioned a plastic artificial womb that has successfully kept a premature baby lamb alive for four weeks. It has the potential to do a whole lot more.
The New York Times just launched a campaign touting their dedication to truth and integrity. But Bret Stephens doesn't seem to have any interest in either of those things.
Pioneers in ocean exploration Robert Ballard and Sylvia Earle talk about why it's essential that we pay attention to oceanography at this critical moment.
We've been covering the horror show that is Kesha's case against her former producer, Lukasz Gottwald (A.K.A. Dr. Luke), in which she accuses him of sexual assault and abuse. Now Sony, parent company to Dr. Luke's production company, Kemosabe Records, is distancing itself from the producer (finally!). In many ways, this is a victory for Kesha. In many ways, it's not.
How do the Gilmore Girls talk so fast? What's going on with the multiverses in Stranger Things? Why do we all squeal when we see the puppies on Fuller House? As always, Bill Nye the Science Guy has the answers.
Just when you thought it might be safe to fly again, here comes United—which has surely been cursed by a vengeful wizard—with another PR catastrophe, and also a tragedy: the death of a very large and good bunny named Simon in transi...
Voters in the United States have a demonstrably poor idea of how their government actually works, and we can tell this through how they voted in the 2016 election—but not because Donald Trump, who won the presidency, is a feckless baby-man who says whatever he pleases with no regard for truth. Show More Summary