The Worst Sorority Rush Videos: A Guide to Colleges' Most Cringeworthy

Sorority rush is currently in full swing at many of our nation's top institutions of higher learning, and that means that a lot of young ladies' mothers and fathers have, perhaps unwittingly, paid for the production of extravagant videos to make their daughter's sorority look the best. Lucky for us, they're all on… » 1/27/15 12:25pm 41 minutes ago

Why NYC's "Historic" Blizzard Didn't Live up to the Hype

If you woke up this fine Tuesday morning to find much less snow than forecasters predicted, you're likely one of the thousands of angry people sprinting to the computer to voice your outrage—outrage!!!—that those lowlife, idiotic, goodfernothin' meteorologists can't get anything right. Here's why you're wrong. » 1/27/15 10:58am Today 10:58am

The Weird, Mysterious Company Behind The SkyMall Bankruptcy

The company that publishes those SkyMall airplane catalogs filed for bankruptcy last week. That's perhaps not a surprise, considering the kind of junk they sold. But there might be even more to the story, because it turns out that in 2013, SkyMall merged with a company called Xhibit Corp. that had some interesting » 1/27/15 10:36am Today 10:36am

We Closed the Subway for This? Everything to Know About NYC's Storm Bust

Well, well, well. New Yorkers lucked out last night and were spared the feared three feet of snow predicted to hit the city. Forecasts put our friends to the north and east as bearing the brunt of the storm, with 18 inches already recorded in Massachusetts—and plenty of snow still headed their way. Here's what you… » 1/27/15 9:31am Today 9:31am

NYC's Subway Is Still Running Tonight, You Just Can't Ride It

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo officially shut New York City's subway system down Monday night in anticipation of a potentially "crippling" blizzard, but according to reports, the trains are still running—city residents just can't ride them. » 1/27/15 12:25am Today 12:25am

Emma Watson to Date an Animal Live on Screen

New and a bit alarming. Who'd have ever thought that this could be? True that she's no Prince Charming. But there's something in Emma Watson that we simply didn't see—until this afternoon. As it turns out, what we did not see inside Emma Watson was her burning desire to play Belle in a live action version of Disney's » 1/26/15 6:39pm Yesterday 6:39pm

How "The Left's Best Chance in a Generation" Won Greece Over: A Guide

While liberal and left-wing Americans stare distastefully and apprehensively at their pitiful choices for next year's presidential election, Greek voters are celebrating the victory of Syriza, the young, pragmatic, and popular left-wing party led by a young atheist ex-communist with a son named after Che Guevara. Let… » 1/26/15 5:04pm Yesterday 5:04pm

Send Us Your Mom's Texts and Emails About the Blizzard 

Have you gone to the store yet? You're working from home, right? Do you have extra batteries even though you do not own any battery-powered devices? Well, Jesus, get on it, because the "crippling," "historic," big-ass blizzard of 2015 is coming fast and furious and your mother is only concerned because she loves you. » 1/26/15 3:53pm Yesterday 3:53pm

Porn Star on Drake's Thirsty DMs: "The Whole Thing Was Cringeworthy"

Drake is the gooberest cool rapper on Earth, and the following story will only further cement his goober legend. Last night, in an interview with a Miami sports radio station, Mia Khalifa—the number one ranked porn star on Pornhub—told a story about someone who is almost definitely Drake sliding into her Instagram… » 1/26/15 3:18pm Yesterday 3:18pm

Both Sides Never: The Partial Narrative of Björk's Breakup Album

To hear her tell it, Björk struggled to keep her relationship with artist Matthew Barney alive. Toward the end, she fretted over how and when to approach him. If she had any fault, it was feeling too much, being too invested in their relationship, trying too hard. Barney was closed-off, distant, fatalistic, and… » 1/26/15 2:41pm Yesterday 2:41pm

Should Wikipedia Depict Muhammad? How Editors Responded to Charlie Hebdo

Wikipedia's entry on Muhammad was first published on November 8, 2001. It was eleven sentences long. Over the next few years, several thousand new words were added and edited, but it wasn't until 2005 that an image of Muhammad was attached: A 16th-century painting depicting the Islamic prophet. Two hours later, the… » 1/26/15 1:44pm Yesterday 1:44pm

Help Us Create a Before and After Picture of the Northeast Blizzard

Big blizzard '15 is here and while outside might look quaint now, we're promised up to three feet of snow in parts of the Northeast. If you're home, go take a quick photo of your best, snowy view and share it with us. And then after tomorrow's dreaded pileup, take another shot and send us that one, too. We'll put them… » 1/26/15 12:54pm Yesterday 12:54pm

Here's Why Terry Bradshaw Is One Of Many Reasons To PreGiorno [WATCH]

We're getting closer — you now have less than a week to prepare for the football's biggest day of the year. You've got your flat screen mounted and your living room furniture arranged for optimal placement of butts, you've got that grocery list mapped out. You're ready, and you know you're ready because you're going… » 1/19/15 4:00pm 1/19/15 4:00pm