What Weld's Challenge To Trump's Presidency Means, According To History

Incumbent presidents who win their party's nomination after facing serious primary challenges often go on to lose their general elections

Trump's Military Ban On Transgender Troops Is Back In Effect — But The Fight Isn't Over

'This is going to be the generation that looks back on LGBTQ+ and specifically transgender rights and will have to account for what they’ve done.'

What We Know About The Bombings In Sri Lanka — And How To Help

At least 310 people were killed on Easter Sunday

Kero Kero Bonito Talk Nintendo 64, Marilyn Manson, And Their Coachella Debut

How thousands of fans in California made their first time at the festival feel like a hometown show

It’s A Great Time To Be A K-pop Fan In The U.S. — If You Can Afford It

An unprecedented number of South Korean acts are making a splash in the States this year, and fans are feeling the pressure on their wallets

The Fight Against Climate Change Needs To Address Environmental Racism

'If you're contributing less to the problem, why do you have to suffer more from it?'

Christine and the Queens's Héloïse Letissier Explains the Feminist Twist in Her 'Comme Si' Video

'I'll be the tiny thing that tries to move your heart'

How We Talk About Columbine Matters As Much Today As It Did Then

'I wasn't even born when Columbine happened, but I've grown up still feeling all the effects of the aftermath'

20 Years Ago, Missy Elliott's 'She's A Bitch' Video Redefined What Hip-Hop Could Look Like

With a little help from fellow visionaries Timbaland and Hype Williams

'This Is the End of My Presidency': All The Mueller Report Details Everyone Is Talking About

From Hope Hicks to Sarah Sanders to Donald Jr.

Wallows Grew Up Going To Coachella — Now They’re Playing It

Fresh off the 2019 stage, the power trio reminisce about watching The Strokes and Kanye in 2011

How Nipsey Hussle's Community Is Keeping His Activism Going

'Before Nipsey, many of us believed a myth that you have to be rich before you give back.'

Columbine Community Responds To Threat On Denver Schools: "I Will Never Accept This As Normal"

'This should be our time to reflect and remember the lives that were taken from us.'

070 Shake Talks Kill Bill, Kanye, And Coming Into Her Own Vision For 2019

Nearly a year after her breakout on 'Ghost Town,' the rapper preps a debut LP she hopes will help people 'coexist peacefully'

Clairo On Her Coachella Debut, New Music, and Upcoming Arena Tour With Khalid

'I'm diving deeper with my struggles ... it feels a lot more like me as a person'

Social Media Has A Hate-Speech Problem — Why Won't Companies Do Something About It?

While better monitoring and action against hate speech on social media won't solve white supremacy, it's a start toward delegitimizing one of its current forms

We Asked Mayors Of Sanctuary Cities About Trump's Plan To Relocate Migrants

'Accepting refugees is not a burden. It's a privilege'

Ilhan Omar Remains Resilient In Face Of Increased Death Threats

'No one person – no matter how corrupt, inept, or vicious – can threaten my unwavering love for America," she said

7 Reasons Why Sansa Stark Is, In Fact, The Smartest Person On Game Of Thrones

She has definitely paid her dues

Notre Dame Cathedral Evacuated Amidst Catastrophic Fire

The exact cause of the fire is not yet known

ASMR Is Normalizing Consent, One Whisper At A Time

Asking for consent can help relax ASMR enthusiasts even more than videos without cues

'RuPaul’s Drag Race' Interview: Ra’Jah O’Hara: 'The Inner Saboteur Ru Speaks About is Definitely Real'

'It’s hard to stand out in a group of girls that have so much personality.'

Meet Diego Montoya, The Visionary Designer Behind Sasha Velour, Shangela, And Kameron Michaels

The designer to the queens opens up about going from waiting tables to fashioning $10,000 custom creations

As Activists Rebuild Puerto Rico, Lawmakers Are Trying To Restrict Abortion

'We are so dehumanized that our government feels like they can do whatever because nobody is fact-checking'