Taylor Swift Says Her Relationship With Food And Body Image Was Really 'Unhealthy'

She opens up in her new documentary, 'Miss Americana'

Gus Kenworthy's Victory Lap, From 'AHS: 1984' Back To The X Games

Catching up with the Olympian ahead of his return to the extreme-sports slopes

'Sex Education' Season 2 Isn't Afraid To Go There, Physically And Emotionally

'The arcs that each of the individual characters have are just quite realistic, and based in universal truths'

Victoria Pedretti Wants 'You' To Believe In Love

Netflix's breakout star talks vulnerability and why 'Joe got far more than he deserves'

Most Young Americans Think Occupying Afghanistan Was A Mistake

They're more clear-eyed about the implications of war than even presidential candidates

How Tyler Neasloney Turned His Viral 'Project Runway' Quip Into A Force For Good

Graphic tee shirts aren't usually in his design wheel house, but he made an exception for a very good cause

Cory Booker Suspends Presidential Campaign, Promises To Support 'Eventual Nominee'

'The urgent business of impeachment will rightly be keeping me in Washington,' he said

Sports Have Always Been Political — So Why Is The Olympics Banning Protests And Kneeling At Tokyo Games

New IOC rules ban protesting and kneeling for the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo

Everything You Need To Know About Harry And Meghan's New Royal Roles

From Buckingham Palace's response to if we'll ever see it on 'The Crown'

'Nothing Is About The Shock Factor,' But 'Party Of Five' Will Still Make You Cry

The stars of the Freeform reboot on how they bonded and bringing the Acostas' trauma to the screen

Jamie Foxx On The Lesson His Grandmother Taught Him: 'Black Men Can't Make White Man Mistakes'

The actor, joined by Michael B. Jordan, talks racial profiling and working on 'Just Mercy'

All Of The Most Political Moments From The 2020 Golden Globes

From Ramy Youssef To Patricia Arquette, Hollywood's Biggest Stars Didn't Hold Back

Nearly 200 Adults Have Died In Ice Custody Since The Agency Was Formed In 2003

Ten people, including a 40-year-old French man who died on December 29, passed while being detained in 2019

Michael Bloomberg Already Wants To Redecorate The White House

His first big jobs plan? An open-office setting in the East Room

Trump Once Again Criticizes Canada — This Time, Over 'Home Alone 2'

The president stoked outrage over a 2014 decision to cut his scene for television broadcast

TV Shows Are Talking About Abortion More Than Ever — But They're Still Getting Some Things Wrong

'TV is really not accurately representing people who have abortions every day,' researchers told MTV News

Even Republicans Are 'Disturbed' By Mitch McConnell's Impeachment Stance

Senator Lisa Murkowski is speaking out

Joe Will Never Get A Happy Ending On 'You,' According To Penn Badgley

'It’s right there in front of you'

Amazon Workers In Sacramento Walked Off The Job 2 Days Before Christmas

They're lobbying for paid-time off, among other changes to their 'back-breaking' working conditions

It Was A Historic Night On Campus — But For LMU Students, The Debate Still Fell Short

Candidates barely talked about gun violence or unions — and students noticed

Media and Publishing Are Still So White — And Shea Serrano Is Joining The Fight To Change That

'It would make such a difference if more often, stories were allowed to be written through the eyeballs of people who know the place'

Dwyane Wade Affirms That LGBTQ+ Families Are 'The New Normal'

'For me it's all about, nothing changes with my love. Nothing changes in my responsibilities'

Why Are Female Candidates Apologizing For Caring?

Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar both asked for forgiveness at the Democratic primary debate

Saving The Planet For Future Generations: Something Even Democratic Candidates Can Agree On

'The issue now is whether we save the planet for our children and our grandchildren'