While days drag on in the office, it's hard not to fantasize about taking a quick break from reality. These nine travel movies will make every young worker green with envy.
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A look at 'Wadjda,' the award-winning film by Haifaa Al-Mansour; Saudi Arabia's first female filmmaker.
School is back in session! In honor of the start of academic year, here are seven pieces of parental advice that make college seniors cringe.
The Academy's selection of Ellen DeGeneres as the 2014 Oscars host has incited criticism. Critics say DeGeneres is way too safe; bring on the MacFarlane celebrity shame game.
For months, Ansel's world-famous cronut has occupied the news as the most coveted and elusive treat in NYC and possibly the world. Now, Dunkin' Donuts is introducing its take on the treat.
Have you found all the traditional weight-loss methods unsuccessful? Try the new app, "Hey Fattie," and let these "hot" anime men insult you until you shed the pounds.
Yale recently reported that it punishes "nonconsensual sex" with a "written reprimand." The revelation makes it clear that campuses need to do a lot more to protect students from rape.
Rather than relish in the success of her new novel, J.K Rowling has pledged to donate the global revenue to The Soldiers' Charity.
The video for Day Above Ground's new single "Asian Girlz," will undoubtedly be the most offensive and distasteful music video you've ever seen. Ever.
A claim by a co-sponsor of Russia's anti-gay law casts doubt on the International Olympic Committee's claim that the law will not affect the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
A super-cut for the ages. An actor for the pantheon. Ladies and gentlemen, Denzel Washington makes you a boat-load of guarantees.
Unable to live on their hourly pay, fast-food workers around the country are picketing for an increase of the minimum wage. McDonald's, in particular, can afford to pay its workers more.
Certainly one of the biggest and most bizarre fads of the summer, Syfy's made for TV movie, "Sharknado" is hitting the big screen on August 2.
HelloFlo's recent advertisement and Bodyform's viral video both provide a comedic and honest way to talk about menstruation – finally.
While Europeans drink alcohol the most frequently than people in other nations, Americans tend to drink more excessively. Take a look at the countries where binge drinking is most prevalent.
Blue Jasmine, which premiered this weekend, gave director Woody Allen his biggest opening average to date. But could the new drama overtake Allen's previous top six grossing films?
After months out of the spotlight, Lady Gaga has revealed the artwork for her upcoming single, "Applause," and unveiled a new look that echoes the energy and color of her new album.
In her documentary, "First Comes Love," Nina Davenport proves that the traditional road to parenting -- falling in love, getting married and beginning a family -- is no longer the only option.
Recently diagnosed with terminal cancer, "Simpsons" creator Sam Simon, lifelong philanthropist and animal rights activist, has announced that he will donate his fortune to charity.
"The winners of America's Next Top Model will face their biggest challenge ever ... men."
Jane Austen will replace Charles Darwin on British legal tender, revealing that each nation tells a story of its history and identity with the figures it chooses to depict on its currency.
To show his support for a 2-year-old boy undergoing Leukemia treatment, causing his to lose his hair, former President George H. W. Bush shaved his head.
If pro sports stand behind gay athletes, why is Jason Collins is the only openly gay, active pro athlete? The answer has to do with our cultural notions of masculinity and false stereotypes.
Arin Andrews and Katie Hill's truly amazing story is a testament to the fact that love takes many forms.
If you've ever felt physical pain after being rejected, you aren't alone. Science shows that the emotional pain of rejection and physical pain are more interconnected than you might imagine.