Thursday, May 28, 2015

Who Wore It Better: This Baby or This Grown Man?

Who Wore It Better: This Baby or This Grown Man?

2015-05-28 23:30:00

In today's Tweet Beat, North West and Wiz Khalifa both break out their summer whites, Sarah Hyland has the right idea and Patrick Stewart raises and interesting philosophical dilemma.

House Tells DOJ to Take Gamergate-Style Online Threats Seriously

2015-05-28 22:50:00

In March of this year, Congresswoman Katherine Clark of Massachusetts started agitating very publicly for the Department of Justice to quit ignoring online threats against women , asking them specifically to devote more resources to investigating things like the threats and abuse heaped upon game developer Zoe Quinn and others by Gamergate fans.

At Least Two Subway Riders Have Been Arrested for Man-Spreading

2015-05-28 22:10:00

First they came for the man-spreaders and I said nothing...

Good Actress Kate Upton Might Star In the Harry Potter Spin-Off

2015-05-28 16:30:00

The upcoming Harry Potter spin-off Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is getting ready to cast the two actresses who will star alongside Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne. One of the names being considered, reports Vanity Fair, is Kate Upton.

Which Major Political Campaign Covered Up an Intern's Rape 7 Years Ago?

2015-05-28 16:10:00

In this weekend's New York Times Magazine The Ethicists column, a moral quandary with national implications.

Bright Lights, Big Dictionaries: What It Was Like to Compete in Scripps

2015-05-28 15:30:00

When I tell people I was in the National Spelling Bee, it's always with a weird self-deprecating "I'm such a nerd" kind of tone, but the truth is—it was one of the coolest things I've ever done.

Are Cheryl Lynn and Anita Baker Frenemies or What?

2015-05-28 14:50:00

R&B singer Cheryl Lynn, who's best known for her hit "Got To Be Real," did not get the memo to never tweet. Late last night, Lynn engaged in a one-sided argument with legend Anita Baker on Twitter.

Israeli Women Continue to Fight Against 'Modesty' Signs

2015-05-28 15:50:00

Back in January, a group of women in the Israeli city of Beit Shemesh won a lawsuit against the municipality for refusing to remove "modesty signs"—signs instructing women how to dress, placed around the city by members of the ultra-Orthodox community—which the plaintiffs argued created a threatening atmosphere for women. Each of the four women were awarded the equivalent of $4,000 in damages.

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