New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet has admitted that the newspaper was “overly cautious” in how it handled a new rape accusation last week against President Donald Trump by writer E. Jean Carroll. The Times “should have played it bigger,” he conceded in an interview in the newspaper Monday as he responded to complaints about the tepid coverage. Carroll, a well-known advice...
President Donald Trump on Monday reiterated his denial of the rape allegations described by E. Jean Carroll, this time by saying the journalist and advice columnist was “not his type.” “I’ll say it with great respect: No. 1, she’s not my type. No. 2, it never happened. It never happened, OK?” the president said in an interview with The Hill. In an...
19 Rare Snapshots That Show Us What’s Really Going On Behind Famous Movies The process of shooting a movie can be very complicated and sometimes as interesting as the movie itself. Actors and...
A Twitter User Sums Up the “Pixar Theory” Showing That All Their Movies Create a Single Story Many know that the Marvel Cinematic Universe is unique, and all of its...
The New Republic is a century-old progressive news outlet, but a job it advertised over the weekend is right at home in the modern gig economy: an “inequality editor” position that offered no benefits, no union eligibility, and, at 29.5 hours a week, was “part time” mainly in the sense that it’s a half-hour shy of some federal definitions of...
A 33-foot wide, 13-foot deep crater that appeared in the middle of a German cornfield this weekend was likely caused by the detonation of a World War II-era bomb, police say. Residents in the western town of Ahlbach described the sound of a strong explosion and earthquake-like shaking around 3:50 in the morning on Sunday, apparently when the ordnance finally exploded more...
Beyoncé fans will be feeling the love at this news: Nala, her character in “The Lion King,” will have a larger role in the live-action film than she did in the 1994 animated version. “In the original film, role is not as large as in the stage production, and we definitely drew inspiration, and that was one of the...
Ariana and the Rose wanted their new music video to send a powerful, all-inclusive message ― even if that meant they wouldn’t appear in it. The New York-based synth-pop band surprised fans last week with the video for “True Love,” above. The clip, which debuted June 19 on Logo’s NewNowNext, follows six diverse, real-life couples, several of whom identify as LGBTQ. Ariana...
Connor Jessup has opened up about his sexuality for the first time publicly, telling fans he identifies as gay in an emotional, wise-beyond-his-years Instagram post. The Canadian actor, best known for his role on the ABC anthology series “American Crime,” said he’s known he was gay since he was 13, but that he “folded it and slipped it under the rest of my...
22 Times Nature Made Us Scream “Wow!” It takes just a simple walk in the countryside to appreciate the beauty of nature at its finest. Few of us are lucky enough to have captured Earth’s incredible...