In the latest Anonymous KKK list update, the group has distanced itself from yesterday's release of a list of prominent politicians who are also members of the famed group. According to Anonymous–which is decentralized, and has no single leader making its decisions–yesterday's list was unintentional, and not necessarily part of what will be the official release on Thursday, November 5th.
Today, the hacker collective known as Anonymous made good on its promise to release the names of alleged KKK members. In a shock to the political establishment, the list includes many prominent politicians, including several United States Senators, and mayors of large cities. Read on to see a sampling of the Anonymous KKK list, and to see reactions from the accused.
These days, it seems controversy follows Kylie Jenner wherever she goes. The latest trouble? This year's first Kylie Jenner Halloween costume–which critics of the 18-year-old's behavior say is both culturally insensitive and in poor taste. What did Kylie wear, and what's the big deal? Read on for all the details.
It might be November, but the Bill Cosby Halloween costume controversy continues to captivate onlookers. Nicki Minaj waded into the ongoing #PillCosby debate with a Halloween Instagram post in which she appeared to take defenders to task. But is the issue that simple? Read on to see what she said–and to see what you think about #PillCosby!
Time's annual "Most Influential Teens" issue has rankled feathers once again, and the same people who objected to a "Kylie Jenner most influential" award in 2014 remain against it now. For the second consecutive year, Time named Kylie to its list of 30 teens–which irks critics, who say that the 18-year-old is influential for the wrong reasons. What does Kylie have to say about all this? Read on...to find out.
The "Bobby Flay naked dancers" fiasco has gone viral–probably because people can't figure out exactly what in the heck happened to Flay at the New York Food and Wine festival this past weekend. The Times Square Desnudas, a group of topless women who pose for photos and sometimes dance with tourists, were hired to parade past Flay with the word "Cheater!" emblazoned on each of their chests. Why? And who hired them to do this? The plot thickens like a good southwestern chili...
Sports Illustrated model Robyn Lawley has set off a firestorm of commentary following a post-pregnancy photo she shared on Facebook. In the photo, Lawley calls her stretchmarks "bada** tiger stripes" and takes the whole notion of body shaming to task. Read on to see the Robyn Lawley stretchmark photo in question–and to read Robyn's full criticism of the body-shaming industry.
The phrase "Amy Schumer joke thief" seemed impossible only a few days ago. Over the past week, though, Schumer has been hit with multiple counts of thievery–and, while the first round of allegations came from Reddit, the most recent accusations come from some of her fellow comedians, who claim she's broken a cardinal rule of the craft.