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Charlie Brooker has already predicted Brexit and the presidential candidate's rise. Here's what's next.
A fight video that is literally wild.
Framing that poster, print or photo used to require multiple trips to the mall or custom frame shop. Now, you can customize a museum-quality frame online and have it shipped to your door. See how Level uses technology to make your walls look amazing.
Scenes from the last hour of Snctm's masked orgy.
Ellis from 'Smash,' Andrea from 'Walking Dead,' Screech from 'Saved by the Bell,' Janice from 'Friends,' and more all-timers who really get on our nerves
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Peyton Pruitt was just released from prison, but not long ago, the FBI accused the disabled teenager of coordinating with ISIS.
Paul Nehlen wasn't f*cking around
Blood-test results caused alarm and prompted changes in treatment; some patients weren’t told for months about unreliable results.
You need to put a cap on it.
"How’re they gonna execute an elaborate murder plan if they can’t execute a casual Tuesday contour?"
It's a technological leap and an ethical nightmare.
These shoes are crazy expensive, but also very cool.
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Yes, "Lost in Translation" and "There Will Be Blood" pulled from famous art.
One year after the end of "Mad Men," Jon Hamm is ready to look past Don Draper and ask, "What's next?"
Here's Lele Pons, Hannah Stocking, and Vale Genta streaking through the streets.
Sure, you know "Saving Private Ryan" and "Apocalypse Now," but true movie buffs should see these eight war films.
Lorne Michaels has long worked hard to maintain the perception that SNL makes fun of the left and the right, and that's given the show's critiques of Trump a real bite.
A new trailer for the film's Halloween re-release makes it look like a jarring 2016 horror film.
An oral history of the rise and fall of the USFL.
Phillips, who recorded eighteen songs for Columbia Records between 1927 and 1929, is an uncommonly captivating cipher. His songs don’t seem born of this earth.
Houston's Tom Herman is using love, not fear, to get wins.
As demonstrated by Jake Gyllenhaal and Ben Affleck.
I mean, this is basically what happened.
Remembering the Trump Train's most unwitting victims.
The Pittsburgh Steelers Ross Ventrone has an alter ego, and a prestigious university where you 100% won't get in.
The conflation of an actor's fictional character and IRL personality is a curious product of the entertainment industry. Where does the real-life human end and the imaginative minds of TV/movie writers begin? Perhaps one of the best case studies of this phenomena in recent years is of Nick Offerman and his beloved portrayal of Ron Swanson.
How an insult became a rallying cry.
And they've got power laces.
Before Elon Musk, before Peter Thiel, there was Scorpio. Twenty years after his sole appearance on an iconic episode of "The Simpsons," his creators remember one of pop culture’s most memorable evil geniuses.
The comedian has a message for millennials who are still on the fence about showing up to the polls.
What's up with Trump's terrible suits? A world-famous tailor explains.
The "Luke Cage" star is having a breakthrough year with roles in movies like "Moonlight," "Hidden Figures," and "Alita: Battle Angel."