2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates on Rehab and Addiction

As we head into an election year, one of the big topics will be health care. And for the presidential candidates below, that includes better access to drug and alcohol treatment. Here, they share what they’d do about our nation’s addiction crisis if they were sitting in the Oval Office. Elizabeth Warren “Last April, I […]

‘The View’ Star Meghan McCain’s Cryptic Instagram Amid Exit Rumors

Meghan McCain joined The View in 2017. In recent months, she has quarreled with her show co-hosts, especially Joy Behar. There are reports that McCain feels like “a caged animal” and has plans to leave The View—but ABC begs to differ. It’s been a difficult few months for the co-hosts on The View, to say […]

7 Weird Questions Asked During the Democratic Debate on Google

Wednesday night marked part one of the first 2020 democratic debates, and we’ve got a lllooonnnggg way to go. Even longer if you sneak a peek at Google right now, because people have QUESTIONS—just not the ones you might be thinking. While the candidates sparred over health insurance and the economy, Googlers at home were […]

Who Is Cory Booker Dating, Is Cory Booker Married, Rosario Dawson

Oh hi! Did we elect a new President yet? No? Okay, just checking, because the amount of political news at the moment is so overwhelming, it can be hard to keep up. So: Round one of the very first Democratic debates, featuring the likes of Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, Amy Klobuchar, and Beto O’Rourke, took […]

How to Watch the First Democratic Presidential Candidates Debate

The field of Democrats hoping to face off against President Trump in the 2020 Presidential election is, um, crowded—but of course, it’s also diverse and exciting. So far, more than *20* candidates have thrown their hats in the ring, and now we’re finally getting the chance to watch ’em duke it out on the debate […]

What’s Happening in Sudan and How to Help

If you’ve checked the news today, you probably noticed troubling reports of rape, murder, other acts of extreme violence, and a nationwide internet blackout reportedly ordered and carried out by military leaders in Sudan. Celebrities like George Clooney, Bella Hadid, Yungblood, and Demi Lovato have taken to social media to raise awareness for the people […]

Missing Chicago Women Could Be Work of Serial Killer

A fresh look into dozens of unsolved strangulation homicides in Chicago suggests that the murders could be the work of a serial killer who’s been targeting women in the city since at least 2001. Crime experts with the Murder Accountability Project, a D.C.-based nonprofit group that tracks unsolved homicides in the United States, used a […]

FBI Released Bigfoot’s Official File

The FBI’s Vault is a fascinating corner of the Internet, and a fantastic waste of time. The Bureau’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) library houses thousands of previously sealed or long-buried files on very famous—and very dead—celebrities, criminals, politicians, and other persons of interest. And they’re all on display for free public perusal, which is […]

I Had an Abortion in Alabama and My Neighbors Shamed Me

Patrick Kolts/ACLU/John Francis I’m from a small town in Alabama called Guntersville, about 45 minutes south of Huntsville. People say my town has more churches than people—and all the people go to church. Growing up, my father owned his own packaging company, but on Sundays, he preached at Victory Cornerstone church, in nearby Arab, Alabama. […]

Women Seen at #StoptheBans Protests, Men Are Noticeably Absent

Recently, American women have watched as lawmakers around the country have attacked abortion rights in extreme ways. Last week, there were those 25 white Republican men in the Alabama Senate who approved a bill that would make abortions illegal after six weeks—before most women even know they’re pregnant. Meanwhile, Georgia, Ohio, Kentucky and Mississippi have […]