Then Motherboard tells us why tourists are facing extreme weather conditions to visit a military plane wreck in Iceland, and MUNCHIES explains how chef John Besh is helping aspiring chefs in New Orleans.
John Waters has been offending audiences for 50 years, but he doesn't plan to stop shocking the world anytime soon, so I called him to talk about his new book, Grindr, and everyone's favorite bad boy pop star.
Two videos have surfaced that feature pop star/juvenile delinquent/Canadian Justin Bieber using racial slurs when he was just a child. He's apologized, and black celebrities like Lil Wayne and Whoopi Goldberg have jumped to his defense.
The world's most famous boy band was caught indulging, but the media has been oddly kind to them. Is smoking weed no longer the edgy pastime it once was in a culture where you can get high legally with a prescription?
A pair of cops who were caught on video mercilessly beating Kelly Thomas, a mentally ill homeless man who died of his injuries, were acquitted of all charges last week. Was that because too many people still think of the police as the good guys?
Justin Bieber posted a photo of him putting the finishing touches on some graffiti of a monkey wearing a crown and hip-hop paraphernalia that is bordering on racially insensitive. Let's all give a round of applause for Justin Bieber yet again bumming out
Justin Bieber is in the middle of the Asian segment of his Believe world tour. As well as playing some arena shows, he's marked the occasion by making his groupies carry him up the Great Wall of China and skateboarding around Beijing as his own sweating b…
Mayweather's exquisite timing and control of distance helped him sprint out to an early lead on Saturday night. He is a sort of fistic Terminator, capable of assessing with freakish mental agility how an opponent can and can't hurt him—and how they can an…
With the recent Miley Cyrus reputation-burning VMAs performance, one wonders if there is a sustainability and need for squeaky-clean pop stars. Do these kids realize that kid hip-hop acts like Matty B may just be a waiting room for a latex-bikini phase?
The VMAs are an extended Super Bowl halftime show, a glorified celebrity pro wrestling event for those of us too good, or too poor, to pay the $40 or whatever for a WrestleMania Pay-Per-View. The VMAs are decadent and depraved, and like everything else on…