Jazmine Woodberry
Jazmine Woodberry

5 Things Women Did For the First Time in 2013

Bringing us one step closer to the day when we can stop numbering women's accomplishments.

Molly, Adam, MDMA: Same Drug, Different Name

The evolution of MDMA drug slang.

5 Inspiring Women Forgotten in the Shadow Of History

These impressive women didn't just support their famous husbands, but were political activists in their own right. Let's give them the credit they deserve.

6 Simple Reasons Why Amy Poehler is Today's Feminist Icon

In celebration of Amy Poehler's birthday, here are a few reasons why the actress and comedian is a role model for millennial women.

Jon Stewart's Triumphant Return to 'The Daily Show'

John Oliver did a stand up job manning 'The Daily Show' helm. But Jon Stewart is finally back, right when we need him the most. The king has returned to his throne.

Jon Stewart Return: 3 Unforgettable 'Daily Show' Moments That Will Make You Cry

Jon Stewart is coming back where he belongs, throwing spitballs at the media and the government on his Comedy Central Show. Before watching tonight, let's take a look at these highlights.

Relationship Problems? There’s an App For That

After making apps for hooking up, breaking up, and rating a partner, there's an app for trying to help people make long-term relationships last.

How Teen Stars Have Changed Since We Were Kids

In a world where Miley Cyrus twerks her way into the hearts of millions, it's hard to remember a time when teen stars were a little more innocent.

Dear Celebrities: You Don't Need Our Money, So Get Off Kickstarter

Kickstarter and other crowdfunding sites are meant to kickstart new careers, not meant as a last-ditch effort to restart existing ones.

Willow Smith Summer Fling Video: Should 12-Year-Olds Be Singing About Casual Romance?

Everyone wants to be older than they are at 12, so cut the girl a little slack.

Ciara "Body Party": Does the Forgotten Pop Singer Still Have Star Power?

Since her smash hit "Goodies" in 2004, Ciara has been stumbling through CDs trying to find her next big chart-topper. Can her latest record deliver the goods?

Kendrick Lamar Molly Rap: In Hip Hop, Does Saying No to Drugs Actually Work?

Move over Mary. Here comes Molly. But not everybody is in love with the new girl on the block.

3 Reasons Why the Kardashians and Gabor Sisters Are Two Peas in a Vanity Pod

It feels like keeping up with the Kardashians is a new low in pop culture, but this isn't the first time a group of sisters has grabbed the media spotlight.

4 Social Taboos You Need to Get Over in Your 20s

Here are four social taboos involving sex, alcohol, race, dating and expression that perhaps it's better to get over sooner rather than later.

Why Country Stars and Rap Stars Aren't As Different As You Might Think

"Accidental Racist" aside, country and hip hop both can be done well, and the reason might be that they aren't as different as you'd think.

'Highway Don't Care': Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift Music Video Shows Dangers Of Texting and Driving

The country superstars come together in the "Highway Don't Care" music video, which is about the dangers of using the phone behind the wheel.

Mother's Day 2013: Make Sure Dad Knows He's Loved Too

Mother's Day means flowers, cards, and appreciation for the woman who is essential to our growth and survival. In all that mom love make sure dad gets a pat on the back, too.

Glee Finale a Crowning Jewel On the Season That Saved the Show

Season four was a Ryan Murphy experiment on how to progress a high school show past those hallowed halls — and last night's season finale proved that he succeeded.

Ke$ha’s 'My Crazy Beautiful Life' Review: Documentary Brings Music Back to MTV

With the Ke$ha documentary, MTV has perhaps found the niche that could bring it relevancy: a blend of the stuff that gets ratings (reality TV) and the stuff that got them in the business (music).

Real Houswives: Did Trainwreck Reality Stars Pave the Way For Today's Most Loved TV Characters?

Maybe watching faux-reality with stars you love to hate made stomaching today's most villainous TV characters a less bitter to swallow.