The world was saddened yesterday to learn about the death of Michael Hastings, former Rolling Stone editor and current Buzzfeed reporter, from a car crash at the age of 33. But Geraldo Rivera located the real tragedy.
Miley Cyrus has gone from tween dream to twerk queen, and in a forthcoming interview with Rolling Stone the singer/actress is still proving that she's no longer Hannah Montana. In the July 4 issue, the former Disney star weighs in on marijuana use, saying that "there are far more dangerous things" in the world - […]
According to an article in the Huffington Post, a Rolling Stone magazine cover story on Serena Williams compares her figure to that of a monster truck. "Sharapova is tall, white and blond, and, because of that, makes more money in endorsements...Show More Summary
Yesterday, an excerpt from Serena Williams's interview with Rolling Stone was released, revealing her comments about the Steubenville, OH, rape case. The case made headlines after a YouTube video leaked in January of drunk Steubenville high school athletes joking about a girl who was raped by two football players. Show More Summary
Longtime Rolling Stone writer Chet Flippo is dead at 69. (rollingstone.com) | (viacom.com) AP CEO Gary Pruitt lays out 5 measures to ensure press freedom. (ap.org) BuzzFeed scoops Charlie Rose on his own interview with the president. (observer.com) New York Times throws a big party for cultural-section advertisers. (capitalnewyork.com) Ex-Los … Read More
Tennis superstar Serena Williams apologized Wednesday for victim-blaming remarks she made in reference to the Steubenville rape case that appeared in a recent Rolling Stone profile. During an interview for the piece, which was posted...Show More Summary
First, some sad news: Michael Hastings, the journalist whose Rolling Stone profile of General Stanley McChrystal resulted in the firing of the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, is dead at 33. In honor of journalists brave enough...Show More Summary
After making some controversial comments regarding the Steubenville rape case in a Rolling Stone article, tennis star Serena Williams has publicly apologized. From her website: What happened in Steubenville was a real shock for me. I was deeply saddened. Show More Summary
Mr. Hastings, an intrepid war zone reporter in Afghanistan and Iraq, won a Polk Award in 2010 for his Rolling Stone magazine cover story, “The Runaway General.”
Serena Williams apologized on her website for remarks she made in an interview with Rolling Stone contributor Stephen Rodrick about the Steubenville rape case. "What...
In a Rolling Stone profile, written by Stephen Rodrick, Serena Williams had some absolutely awful things to say about the 16-year-old rape victim from Steubenville, Ohio. Williams is now trying to backtrack, but Rodrick is standing by his story. Show More Summary
Post by Adriana Velez I've always seen champion tennis player Serena Williams as a symbol of powerful womanhood. That's why I was so disappointed by the remarks she made about the Steubenville rape in a recent Rolling Stone interview. Show More Summary
In a statement, Serena Williams says she didn’t say the Steubenville, Ohio, rape victim “shouldn’t have put herself in that position.” Stephen Rodrick quoted the tennis star as saying that in a recent Rolling Stone article. “I … Read more
Tennis great Serena Williams is in hot water over incendiary comments she made in Rolling Stone about the victim in the Steubenville, Oh., rape saga. Williams came under fire this week after saying that "[the Steubenville rape victim]...Show More Summary
There’s something especially tragic about the death, in a car crash in Los Angeles, at the age of thirty-three, of Michael Hastings. He was the reporter who leaped to fame in 2010 with his article, published by Rolling Stone, on General Stanley McChrystal, then the head of U.S. Show More Summary
Johnny Depp will ALWAYS be our kemo sabe! He sat down with Rolling Stone magazine before his new movie The Lone Ranger gallops into theaters on July 3. As you can see, Johnny snapped his cover shot dressed as his character Tonto. But is this movie going to be one of Johnny's last?!? [...]
LONDON (Reuters) - The Rolling Stones released a career-spanning digitally re-mastered back catalogue on Apple Inc's iTunes Store on Wednesday as part of their 50th anniversary celebrations.
In the wake of a huge uproar over comments regarding the Steubenville rape victim taht she was quoted as saying in a Rolling Stone article, tennis great Serena Williams issued a statement on her website on Wednesday. The statement --...Show More Summary
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Serena Williams made some insensitive comments about the Steubenville rape case, which she is now claiming was a misquote. Most of the article was your typical athlete profile with some vapid quotes thrown in, such as: "Can you believe I've never been asked to host Saturday Night Live?" she says. Show More Summary
Tennis star Serena Williams sparked some controversy for recent statements she made to Rolling Stone magazine about the Steubenville, Ohio rape case--and now she's responding to the criticism.