Eric Schneiderman Says He’s Changed. Is That Enough?
When New York’s attorney general was accused of abusing women, one friend decided that instead of cutting him out of her life, she would try to make him reckon with the harm he inflicted. The experiment they undertook underscores the tantalizing promise — and the painful limitations — of moral redemption for men outed by #MeToo.
Next post Sarah Palin Took The Stand After An NYT Editor Said He Has “Regretted Pretty Much Every Day” His Wording About Her
What Does It Mean To Be “Floxed”? The Antibiotic Risk Linked To Bobby Caldwell’s Death
R&B singer Bobby Caldwell died this week, apparently after having severe complications related to antibiotic treatment, which is known as...
Melanie Lynskey Just Revealed A Great “The Last Of Us” Easter Egg, And It Involves Her Husband, Jason Ritter
Melanie Lynskey said her husband, Jason Ritter, trained with The Last of Us stunt department for his hidden cameo in...
Ben Affleck Addressed Fans Speculating That He’s Drinking Again After Viral Clips Appeared To Show Him And Jennifer Lopez Arguing At The Grammys
“I’ve gone to award shows and been drunk, a bunch. Nobody ever once said I’m drunk.”View Entire Post ›
I’m Genuinely Curious If You’d Rather Date Or Dump These “Scream” Characters
Take a stab at it.View Entire Post ›
Drew Barrymore Reacted After Hugh Grant Called Her Singing “Horrendous”
"I'm auto-tuned a bit, but not as much as some. Drew Barrymore was in that film with me, and I...
2023 March Madness odds: NCAA tournament odds for every game
The 2023 NCAA tournament is underway! Read here for odds, notes, bad beats and more for the first- and second-round...