Growing Up with Jon Stewart
For as long as I can remember, the Daily Show host has been on television, being angry at something.
Berkeley Breathed announced that he'd be bringing back his cult classic comic strip after a 25-year hiatus. Here's why you should read it.
Half a century ago, state mental hospitals closed after a series of horrific abuses—but in the aftermath, many mentally ill people were forced onto the streets or into jails. Now some are arguing it's time to bring these institutions back.
The Sun's long tradition of publishing photos of half-naked women has come under fire in recent years, and this week the editors gleefully trolled feminists who are tired of "Page 3."
There's a new Peanuts movie coming out next year, but it likely won't be able to capture the unique blend of despair and empathy that made Charles Schulz's original strip so influential and important.
Two years after Galt's Gulch Chile was founded, the utopian project is mired in personal and legal conflicts and investors now claim that the guy in charge is a sociopath and a con man.
The extremist group's video is supposedly a trailer for a feature called Flames of War and it seems to taunt Obama and America. It's also a confusing piece of crap.