Nowhere but America could a former Olympic athlete turned mega-hit reality TV star come out on primetime television and change the whole fucking world.
Kanye, Kimm, and North West are all celebrating Easter—but what is going on inside Kanye's heart?
White people keep giving me backhanded compliments because of my brow game, and I wish they would stop.
Rappers have been in games forever—well, since Wu-Tang Forever. But now Yeezy's making one. And that's a good thing.
Is the news that Katy Perry will follow Kim Kardashian into the mobile-games market bad news for more creative studios?
Social gaming is a big deal now. But in an age where we are becoming fiercely protective of our right to privacy, why would we choose to invite anonymous strangers into our living rooms?
To the surprise of no one, Pornhub's traffic spiked as snowbound Northeasterners spent Tuesday getting frisky with themselves.
The latest InTouch magazine cover is transphobia, pure and simple.
This 40-inch retractable and bendable rod allows users to capture their ass on camera with little physical effort, combining Americans' twin loves of laziness and narcissism.
The butt of a Brazilian model known for her derriere is literally rotting away due to a botched black-market plastic surgery. The fillers she pumped into her rump to increase her curves fused to her muscles and caused her body to go into septic shock.
Being "famous" now apparently means humiliating yourself over and over like you're a perpetual game show contestant.
Remember when the internet used to be fun?
Last summer there was a reported 13 percent rise in fat-transfer operations—where fat is taken from the stomach or thigh area and squeezed into the buttocks—among plastic-surgery clinics in the UK.
Her "Paper" cover shoot shows that people still don't know what to do with their feelings about her.
BeautyCon, according to its press release, is a place where "hundreds of content creators—professional beauty gurus, editors, celebrities, bloggers and YouTube personalities—come together to network, discuss the future of online media, and interact with t…
Unlike most entrepreneurs who make millions of dollars inventing pointless apps like Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, a Los Angeles-based entrepreneur named Mark B. Barron wants to use smartphones to solve America's gun violence problem.
Here's a little video based on Romeo and Juliet that I directed. It was shot by my main man, Bruce Thierry Cheung, who is still at NYU after six years—someone tell that boy to graduate.
The message of the popular "Austrian Problems" Facebook page is that since there aren't any real problems in Austria, the media create silly new ones out of thin air. The conceit is false, but the Facebook page has a point about the headlines being dumb.
Pornhub Insights, the smut giant's data department, conducted a study about Pornhub users' anal porn consumption, discovering who has users' favorite asshole and which state watches the most booty porn on the site.
A friend of mine recently told me there was a cell phone game that I needed to try. Not just any game, but an addiction taking America by storm—and set to make $200 million this year.
This week: A woman called 9-1-1 on her cat, and Kanye West said having his photo taken was like being raped.
An interview with the performance artist, writer, and underground style icon whose latest book, E! Entertainment, is a poetic annotation of reality TV shows with chapters like "Lindsay's Necklace Trial" and "Anna Nicole Show."
At a panel "celebrating" the 20th anniversary of the OJ Simpson trial, former talk show host Larry King spent the evening discussing his sexual conquests and attempting to solve the "enigma of OJ."
Porn stars have started an online campaign to convince people to stop using tube sites, but Steven Hirsch, the porn tycoon who brought us the Kim Kardashian sex tape, thinks they should stop their fight and work with the tube sites instead.