Home / Trending (page 5)

Trending

We tried avocado chocolate toast, the new ‘it’ food according to at least one pop star

Like any good millennial, there are a few things I enjoy: #catsofInstagram, ’90s nostalgia, and the overwhelming sense of entitlement that comes with contributing to the demise of entire industries, like soap.  But if there’s a stereotypical millennial trait I identify with most, it’s my love of avocados.  SEE ALSO: …

Read More »

‘Truth isn’t truth’: Giuliani coins perfect phrase for the internet nightmare that is 2018

Another day, another Trump aide gaslighting the American public. The latest: Rudy Giuliani’s declaration Sunday that “truth isn’t truth,” which is mind-numbingly WTF and yet somehow perfect for our post-“fake news” era. SEE ALSO: Rudy Giuliani’s puzzling unfinished tweet brings out the best in Snark Twitter Speaking to Chuck Todd …

Read More »

No, you can’t just text your last will and testament to someone, court rules

Dear friends and family: If you’ve ever gotten a drunken text from me about one day owning my prized possessions when I’m outta here, unfortunately, that’s all null and void.  According to a recent ruling from a French court, a text message of someone’s last will and testament actually has …

Read More »

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ absolutely dominated its first week at the box office

There’s yet another reason to celebrate the historic release of Crazy Rich Asians.  Not only is it the first studio film in over 25 years to star an all-Asian cast, but in the five days that Crazy Rich Asians has been in theaters, it’s shattered expectations and made $34 million — …

Read More »

Jack Dorsey says Twitter’s ‘left-leaning’ bias doesn’t affect content decisions

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is still trying to convince conservatives that his service treats them fairly. Speaking to CNN’s Brian Stelter in an interview that aired Saturday, Twitter’s top executive again reiterated that the social media company does not make content decisions on the basis of political views, even though …

Read More »