For 16 years, Jon Stewart waged a war against lies and hypocrisy. Here are a few of his biggest targets.
Ryan Cassata, a former "American Idol" contestant, accused the realty-TV mega-hit of transphobia, racism and sexism.
In the wake of its afro tutorial, Allure is the latest beauty mag to be accused of cultural appropriation.
"Felines of New York" creator Jim Tews felt "Humans of New York" needed a cat version.
The Blue Moon is the second full moon in July, and astrologers say it's a time to give in to true desires.
That awkward moment when your sole black writer tells you your Herman Cain impression may be racist and you tell him to "F--- off."
The audacious hip-hop musical "Hamilton" brings a multicultural retelling of history at a time when we need it most.
Scotch and tobacco-soaked cupcakes? Pizza-flavored fried chicken? Anything goes on National Junk Food Day
Andrew Hallinan, who owns a gun store in Florida, said he would would not "arm and train someone who believes the Quran."
The website has become a social media target for a Jordan Sargent post that supposedly outed a notable media executive.
Gogo Graham is a fashion line designed by and for trans women.
One in every six chips of Doritos Roulette is 10 times hotter than jalapenos. One U.K. girl learned that the hard way.
"Go Set a Watchman" reveals a different Atticus Finch -- how will that change Harper Lee scholarship?
The "Mean Girls" actress revealed that she was once paid a small fraction of what a male co-star was making for the same film.
A Swedish man was sentenced to more than two years in prison for trying to extort money from his porn website visitors.
Director Joshua Oppenheimer insists that his Indonesian films are not historical documentaries but about the present.
An Elle Decor magazine article on choosing a dream home vs. a third child is seen by critics as white privilege at its worst.
Egyptian actor Omar Sharif, star of epic films "Doctor Zhivago" and "Lawrence of Arabia," passed away Friday at the age of 83.
A former Miss Nevada is facing drug-related felony charges.
A rising number of Americans are arguing that flying the Confederate flag is akin to Germans displaying swastikas.