CBS chief Les Moonves will reportedly step down after sexual abuse allegations

The new allegations against Moonves published Sunday include accounts of alleged sexual abuse from six women.

Hype Daily: ‘The New Yorker’ backtracks on Steve Bannon — and more entertainment news

"I’ve changed my mind," David Remnick said in a statement. "There is a better way to do this."
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‘New Yorker’ cuts ties with Ryan Lizza over allegations of improper sexual conduct

Lizza disputed the claims, and called the magazine’s decision to fire him a “terrible mistake."

3 takeaways from Anthony Scaramucci’s first week in Trump’s White House

He "loves" Trump. He thinks Priebus is a "paranoid" leaker and Bannon is "sucking his own cock." He's been communications director for a week.

Why do Louboutins have those red soles?

It's actually kind of a funny story.

This startup is charging people $8,000 to fill their old veins with young blood

There is no real evidence this is good for you.

The disappointing history of how "Take Our Daughters to Work Day" came to include sons

A men's rights activist was angry that government funding was going to the "sexist" program.

Met Gala 2017: Date, theme and more

This year's event pays homage to a distinct fashion icon.

Jay Z will tell Trayvon Martin's story in new docuseries and feature film

The rapper continues his work in creating social justice films.
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The definitive guide to tipping for delivery when it’s absolutely horrible out

Before you decide between pizza or Chinese, check this advice from etiquette experts.
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Yes, Kalief Browder's story should make us love. But it should also make us angry.

A new documentary about Kalief Browder's life asks tough questions.

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Mary Trump: 5 things to know about Donald Trump's mother

She immigrated to the United States in 1929.

7 things to know about Awol Erizku, the artist behind Beyoncé's maternity photos

Forget about Beyoncé's twins for a moment. Who took that iconic photo?
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The best podcasts of 2016 you can binge in the new year

Start off the new year with some essential listening.

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Obama considering post-presidential digital media career, sources say

Is "Obama TV" on the horizon?

Leonard Cohen explored humanity's darkness so pop could find truth in the light

Cohen taught the pop world that what is sacred is also profane, and vice-versa.

Legendary singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen dies at 82

"We have lost one of music’s most revered and prolific visionaries."

'Birth of a Nation': Here's why Nate Parker's movie wasn't — and won't be — a success

Let's diagnose the film's box office disappointment.

Grimes' 'The Ac!d Reign Chronicles' offers an empowering, fresh take on the visual album

Train a camera on it, and any moment in one's life can be "art."

There's a rumored new iPhone color, and it's gorgeous

Nothing like a gorgeous new coat of blue.
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Olympic Medalist Michelle Carter Has a Powerful Message About Celebrating Different Bodies

Why we should all listen to what Michelle Carter has to say.
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Meet Michelle Carter — The First American Woman To Win Gold In Shot Put

She's not just a star athlete; she's also a body positive hero.
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Donald Trump's Ghostwriter Tony Schwartz Says Trump Presidency May End Society

The man who ghost-wrote Donald Trump's 'The Art of the Deal' said the book should have been titled 'The Sociopath.'

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Team of Students 3-D Print a 'Frozen' Prosthetic Arm so Young Girl Can Be a Princess, Too

This young girl's 'Frozen' obsession just became our obsession.

‘Hamilton’ Ticket Prices Are Going Up — Here's How to Get Discounted and Cheaper Tickets

This is going to cost a lot of Alexander Hamiltons.
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Frog and Toad, the Beloved Children's Book Characters, Had a Secret Gay Relationship

Two of the sweetest characters in children's literature might have been part of a coming out story.
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