Makeup brands—including their parent companies—that are PETA- and budget-approved.
How one teenager is recontexualizing the fashion mood board for the Instagram generation.
The British pop producer channels the sad girl and outshines himself on his new female-led album.
Swift’s latest musical release has proved the controversy is far from over.
Joelle Hyman is your Top Shelf kween. Bow dow.
The new EP “She Is Coming” is just a taste of what to can expect this summer from Miley being Miley.
Because who hasn’t wished for a modern-day Garfield comic?
Gain some perspective in this increasingly nearsighted world with an account dedicated to keeping an eye on you from above.
It’s 2019, and I’m not listening to anything that doesn’t make me laugh or learn something—preferably at the same time.
The Guardian data journalist brings the fun when it comes to data and stats.
The faces that brought this issue to life are Dr. Christine Ford and Brett Kavanaugh, but the voices that affected people across the globe are yours.
Accessibility, cost, and stigma have paralyzed us from getting the help that we need, and yet more help is out there than ever before. Where is the missing link?
Cheating, falling out of love, settling, you name it: @honestcouple wins at revealing the problems that most couples do experience, but never ever speak of or post about.
Beyond The Interview is getting together to curate experiences for the up-and-comers of our generation.
Greeving Cards' simple design paired with witty and utterly honest messages will leave your loved ones without a sufficient clap back.
Find out why a comedian, a banker, and a couple journalists are singlehandedly disrupting the monopolized telecom industry.
The vintage gallery sources pop culture material from the 90s and ago for declarative musings on love, society, youth, art, literature, and anything else offering up the feels.
Is Drake the Degrassi child-star good-guy whose unreciprocated love for Rihanna got crushed when he was friend-zoned by the pop star on national television?
The appearance of a fireworks display at any old civilian's birthday party might seem pretentious and over-the-top, but that's just how the United States likes it.
Your friends might block you once you start tagging them in his posts saying, "Yooooo I can't breathe ⚰⚰⚰" for the nth time this week, but then again, do you even need friends like that?
This is Andrew Schulz’s revenge.
Take an "unpresidented" look into 45’s most active channel of communication: Twitter.
Los Angeles is teeming with aspiring musicians and lyricists, but the band Fabriq is doing everything right to stand out in the crowd.
You’ve heard of voting with your dollar, but today, the new form of currency is social, and we’re voting with our likes.
The Instagram sensation says she has been diagnosed with different disorders growing up, and that she's proud of herself and anyone else who has suffered from any psychiatric diagnoses.
Charlamagne Tha God reminded Bill Maher's Real Time audience Friday night that the presidential term has exposed a lot about the people of this country, and that there is, in fact, a silver lining at play.
“Mental illness is not a joke it's a real thing. There's kids out there killing themselves. And it's fucking horrific. For all those struggling I want you to know that I love you and I understand you and it is going to be okay. That's all.”