A look at the most trans-friendly companies in America.
Teen Wolf star Tyler Posey strips down to his underwear on stage at MTV Fandom Awards. More please!
Towleroad’s film editor Nathaniel Rogers reflects on the life and legacy of Egyptian film star Omar Sharif, who passed away today at the age of 83. “He was one of the greatest romantic leading men precisely because he seemed so believably in thrall to the particular charismas of his co-stars. And he had great ones: Sophia Loren, Barbra Streisand, Julie Christie, Peter O’Toole, Julie Andrews and more.”
Ariana Grande releases second apology video for Donutgate.
Watch Liam Hemsworth’s red carpet freak out after mistakenly thinking a reporter called him his brother’s name Chris.
BET writer Keith Boykin on why he’s not ready to celebrate the removal of the Confederate flag in South Carolina. “The Confederate flag has never represented dignity to Black Americans, and I see no reason why a piece of cloth should have been afforded a luxury never given to South Carolina’s own Black citizens. To drape this flag in the misleading cloak of heritage and southern pride perpetuates a history that has consistently valued property over people, or more specifically, that has valued white people’s property over black people’s lives.”
First look at the new Ghostbusters gals all suited up for the reboot film.
Big Brother contestant Jeff Weldon accused of masturbating on fellow housemate under the covers.
Turns out Donald Trump is still a birther.
Former Virginia governor Bob McDonnell loses appeal over his public corruption charges.
Dylann Roof was able to purchase a gun due to an error in the national background check system.
Office of Personnel Management Director Katherine Archuleta has resigned one day after her agency revealed more than 22 million federal employees had data stolen in a pair of massive cyberattacks.
George R.R. Martin teases the beautifully illustrated official 2016 Song of Ice and Fire (aka Game of Thrones) calendar.
McDonald’s stands by Minions Happy Meal toy after parents complain the figure curses.
Lindsey Graham says Donald Trump is going to “kill my party.”
Linda Greenhouse writes for the NYT on the “illusion” of a liberal Supreme Court.”On the eve of the presidential primaries, it’s important that progressives not be lulled by a few welcome decisions into thinking that the court is in safe hands. The court that gutted the Voting Rights Act and hijacked the First Amendment as a deregulatory tool (remember Citizens United?) is, to paraphrase Donald Rumsfeld, the court we have. It’s not the court we might wish we had.”
Gay friend of Scott Walker claims the Wisconsin governor isn’t as opposed to same-sex marriage as he seems in public.
Read the Reese Witherspoon-narrated first chapter of Harper Lee‘s “new” book Go Set a Watchman.
Police in Forsyth County, Georgia investigating possible anti-gay hate crime. “According to the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office, no one has been arrested or charged in connection with the vandalism, which most notably included the burning of the homeowner’s rainbow flag on a vehicle in the driveway and damage to a peach tree and front yard.”