James Deen's just a regular guy who has filmed more than 4,000 porn scenes — and his teenage fans adore him for it.
A former day trader, Mark Spiegler manages an increasingly complex business for 25 "Spiegler Girls."
At the world's largest porn show in Las Vegas, reports of the death of an industry are greatly exaggerated.
Did John Galliano Rip Off A Young Designer's Tights For His Debut Fashion Show In London Fashion Week?
Designer Beau Rhee saw a replica of her design in John Galliano's debut collection for Maison Margiela at London Fashion Week.
A recent 'Daily Show' segment examined new Alabama law HB494 that allocates state funds to provide fetuses with attorneys.
In the wake of the "Je Suis Charlie" solidarity, the arrest of a French comedian over a Facebook post is drawing charges of hypocrisy.
Oscars Snub 'Selma' Director Ava DuVernay As Critics Pan Her Portrayal Of LBJ As Less-Than-Perfect Ally Of MLK
The movie has been the subject of relentless criticism by LBJ apologists. Did they sway Oscar voters?
Albertine Books and the French Consulate are possibly the only two places in New York City with copies.
Flashback: 23-Year-Old Matthew McConaughey's Screen Test For 'Dazed And Confused' Shows Why He's A Star Today
The Criterion Collection released a 23-year-old Matthew McConaughey screen test in "Dazed and Confused."
Reaction to Margaret Cho's performance as a North Korean general at the Golden Globes was mixed.
Aziz Ansari Creates #RupertsFault Hashtag After Murdoch Tweet: Even Peaceful Muslims Responsible For French Terror Attacks
Aziz Ansari starts a Twitter war with Rupert Murdoch after the News Corp. honcho blamed Muslims for the Paris terror attacks.
Lawyer Gloria Allred held a press conference in Los Angeles Wednesday naming three new Bill Cosby sexual assault accusers.
Charlie Hebdo's Most Controversial Covers: French Satirical Magazine Was An Equal-Opportunity Offender
Charlie Hebdo, the French publication that was fatally attacked on Wednesday, provoked a wide assortment of religious and political controversy.
It will be a felony in Illinois to publish sexual images of someone, including selfies, without that person's consent.
Bill Cosby Sex Assault Settlements: ‘I’d Be Surprised If There Were Only One,’ Says Famed Prosecutor Linda Fairstein
Linda Fairstein, former head of the sex crimes unit for the Manhattan DA's office, said Bill Cosby likely paid off other accusers.
The French cinema legend beat out Richard Linklater’s critically acclaimed “Boyhood.”
With the media increasingly outing Bill Cosby's attempts at silencing them and his accusers, will his continued "dirt-digging" work?
Target Uses White Model For 'Annie' Clothing Line; Petition Demands Apology To Quvenzhané Wallis, Diverse Ads
The remake of the classic film features an African-American 'Annie.'
Like April is for accountants, the New Year is go-time for life coaches.
Facebook Apology For ‘Year In Review’ App Sparks Debate About Privileged 'Brogrammers' And The Need For Diversity In Tech
Is Facebook's 'Year in Review' problem the result of hiring mostly privileged young programmers?
Beyoncé and Hobby Lobby, Gamergate and "intersectionality": Defining feminism in 2014 was a battle all its own.
Did Eric Garner's Daughter Tweet Address Of Police Officer Connected To Her Father's Death? She Denies It
Eric Garner's daughter says she didn't purposely tweet a link that led to the officer's home address.
Some are predicting a healthy $4 million for "The Interview" by the end of Christmas weekend.
A victory for free speech, but maybe not for Sony: "The Interview" has been illegally downloaded more than 200,000 times since it was streamed online Wednesday.
One Ohio man chose to celebrate Christmas with a zombie-themed nativity scene, which he's been ordered to take down.
"Exodus: Gods and Kings" was slated to open in Morocco this week, but a govenment agency has banned it nationwide.
Judge To Facebook: Scan Users’ Private Messages For Targeted Advertising, Prepare For Class-Action Lawsuits
Facebook was denied a bid to dismiss a 2013 class action lawsuit for scanning users' private messages.
A missing Amarillo, Texas, armored truck driver was arrested Wednesday for first-degree felony theft.
Two Saudi women who defied their country's ban on female drivers have been detained for over a month.
Will 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Movie Accurately Depict BDSM? Two Dominatrixes And A Submissive Tell All
Upcoming film will dramatize a BDSM relationship that real dommes and subs view as dysfunctional and abusive.