Michael Bay Is the Auteur America Deserves
We spoke to the massively popular and critically maligned director of 13 Hours about his latest film, his signature style, and the misconceptions people have about his work.
Through the power of a fake baby voice, Paris Hilton launched a business empire, invented reality TV superstardom, and disrupted American culture years before Facebook or the Kardashians.
The 24-year-old pop star already has millions of fans. Now she's trying to crack the Western market.
Gregory Maguire's new book, After Alice, reimagines Alice in Wonderland, showing how Lewis Carroll used children's books to highlight men's stupidity.
Single from Kermit for the first time in decades, Miss Missy has a new show—and she's using her platform to speak about feminist issues. She sat down with us to discuss contouring, leaning in, and her friendship with Halle Berry.
The FBI has tried to label Juggalos a violent gang, but earlier this week a Juggalo named Cannibal died while jumping in front of a mother and son who were being attacked by an alleged mugger.
According to the Magic Castle's only resident female magician, if more women want to be magicians, they just need to grow a pair of balls. Preferably crystal ones.
We traveled to a gated community in Palm Desert, California, to meet Teresa Barnwell, the world's most successful Hillary Clinton look-alike.
Beliebers want model Xenia Deli dead because she humped Justin Bieber in his new video, but Deli says cyberbullying is nothing compared to growing up in the Republic of Moldova.
At Murray State University, Alpha Sigma Alpha accepted Alexis Cain's sorority bid, making her the school's first sorority sister with Down syndrome.
For one week, I lived at the world famous Moonlite Bunny Ranch, where prostitutes live, eat, hook, and sing Britney Spears karaoke.
After 25 years as a prostitute, Air Force Amy is the most popular sex worker at Nevada's most notorious legal brothel. We spoke to her about her work, her life, and why she calls herself the Michael Jordan of sex.
According to a young Ann Coulter, men have "an implicit belief that women are either mothers or walking vaginas."