‘Game of Thrones’ author casts his vote for Most-Loved Book in America

Game of Thrones author George R. R. Martin is notorious for killing off all his characters. But he's adamant about keeping a love of reading alive in America. He and other celebrities are contributing to the PBS series The Great American Read, which is asking everyone to cast their vote to determine the most beloved…

Cardi B Is Absolutely Stunning For Her First Post-Baby Red Carpet At The VMAs

Cardi B is back on the scene! The rapper has officially set foot on her first red carpet since giving birth to daughter Kulture Kiari on July 10, deeming the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards the place to do it. For her big night out, Cardi chose an elegant dark magenta velvet dress with a…

Surprise! Carrie Fisher Will Be In Star Wars: Episode IX

Carrie Fisher will posthumously reprise her iconic role of Leia Organa one more time in the upcoming Star Wars: Episode IX. Lucasfilm announced the news on Friday (July 27) along with a list of other cast members signed on for the next film. Fisher's unexpected return will be orchestrated using unreleased footage initially filmed for…

Violence, impunity and fear in the Mexican state of Veracruz

A tattered pair of grey shorts, a child's bright pink shoes and a football are some of the items that have been recovered from a mass grave in the eastern state of Veracruz. Mexican authorities announced the discovery of the huge burial site in early September, after they counted 166 skulls across 32 burial pits. The…

Pakistan’s Pashtuns get rights, will it lead to peace?

Up to five million Pakistanis living on the Afghan border areas were officially given full rights as citizens this year, after being governed by British-era laws for nearly 150 years. An overwhelming majority of the population in these border areas, known as the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) until May, are Pashtuns who live on…

Shawn Mendes’s Video Director Breaks Down The Emotional Turmoil Of ‘In My Blood’

Just past the two-minute mark in Shawn Mendes's intimate music video for "In My Blood," it begins raining. The water falls hard, not letting up for 30 seconds and visibly drenching the star's green sweater. You'd be forgiven for mistaking the precipitation for a visual effect added in post-production, especially given the video's other digitized…

This may be the worst flub in game show history

The pressure of being on TV coupled with the possibility of winning a ton of money is part of what makes game shows so entertaining. People will inevitably embarrass themselves for the viewers' enjoyment.  But sometimes a blunder will happen that's so egregious, it feels impossible to blame entirely on TV jitters. On Sunday's episode…

This video of a duck family crossing a highway is here to show you...

We're not here to tell you that the world isn't a dark, scary place.  But, this video will remind you that it's not all bad, and that people still have great capacity for compassion. The morning traffic in Auckland, New Zealand was disrupted as a duck mum decided to cross a highway with her ducklings…

Taylor Swift Lit Up The AMAs With Red-Hot ‘I Did Something Bad’ Performance

Just two days after lighting up the internet with a rare, impassioned political statement, Taylor Swift continued fanning flames — literally! — at the American Music Awards on Tuesday night (October 9). Swift — trading in her metallic red carpet dress for a sparkly black leotard — kicked off the awards show with an appropriately…

Boycott, low turnout mark Kashmir’s first local polls in 13 years

Srinagar, India-administered Kashmir - The first local elections in Indian-administered Kashmir since 2005 have been welcomed by rising tension and a boycott by two of the region's biggest political parties. Despite 70 percent of seats remaining uncontested, the Indian government's decision to go ahead with the four-phase local polls beginning Monday saw 50,000 paratroopers deployed in addition…

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