The ride-sharing company is in damage control mode after a female former employee blogged about alleged institutionalized sexual harassment.
Evidence in her ongoing legal battle with Dr. Luke is contained in emails from the singer's management team, which called Kesha "out of control," "abusive" and "irrational."
HBO had to find someone else for its live panel discussion Friday night after Jeremy Scahill of The Intercept backed out, over his objection to the booking of the controversial out Breitbart editor.
Queer Appalachia celebrates queer voices and identities from Appalachia and the South.
After Emily Ratajkowski read him off, the reporter identified himself and apologized for calling Trump a "hooker."
The dark CW series based on the Archie comics tackled a pair of socially resonant topics in this week's episode.
Suzanne Venkner's essay blaming women for failed marriages would sound outrageously satirical if it didn't fit so well with the era of Trump.