Eighteen-year-old Sergio ‘Mapache’ Salazar was detained by ICE two weeks ago and has yet to be released.
The real-life Nicolas Flamel? That’s riddikulus!
DC Universe looks promising, but it could be the last gasp for a brand in crisis.
Ortelee breaks down each week’s planetary transits so you can get the most out of your horoscope.
The indie musician’s new single explores the superficiality of Tinder.
Can the YA author do his beloved ‘Uglies’ series justice after 13 years?
Teens want to go under the knife to look like their fave filters.
The popular podcast emphasizes learning rather than knowing, a refreshing change from most modern media.
Cereal, the unsung hero of the dining hall, is always there, always reliable and always delicious.
A physical breakdown led visual artist and poet William Chappell to an unlikely catharsis.
Read one and call us in the morning.
By focusing on the killers instead of the victims, the Netflix docuseries turns a familiar formula on its head.
Get ready for ‘The Patriot Act.’
It looks like the remake won’t be bringing honor to us all, though.
We have receipts.
Disney executives have apparently been collectively living under a rock.
The new album is ablaze with burns for her rap cohorts, but a heaping portion of the disses are aimed at her rap goddess rival, Cardi B.
Remember: avoid eating Instagram influencers’ favorite forest berries.
It’s not his best work, but there are still bangers to be found.
The Instagram page is filled with candid snapshots of subway riders’ hands.
His comment comes only weeks before the two YouTube celebrities plan to literally fight each other live.
Like so many other memorable combinations, the hybrid genre doesn’t have to make sense to work.
Laughs for now, results for later.
The movie is more of a staged opportunity for Kunis and McKinnon to goof off than it is an actual film.
I don’t know about you, but I’m getting my money’s worth.
The latest album from Travis Scott plays out like a boring drug trip at an amusement park.
On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ Kanye reaffirmed his support for Trump, before being hit with a question that left him stunned.
Diversity of clothing designers, that is.
Including its own production team.
His name is Elba, Idris Elba.
The Unite the Right 2 crowd drew only a tenth of its estimated number of attendees.
Planning for the future is hard when someone else is deciding it for you.
Any of these is perfect for when you need a break from adulting.
Despair is in.
While the genre is still plagued by homophobia, several of its most prominent members are bringing much-needed reform.
Via YouTube, a passionate community of bookworms has reinvented the art of storytelling.
If that’s something you want, of course.
Because the march to extinction is well-documented.
There’s a lot more to the infamous shooting than you know.
Let them build Frosty.
Face it: Shane is one of the best things to ever happen to YouTube.
Think of the joke material.
The decision to make the protagonist’s gender optional undermines the point of adding a female protagonist to the series.
Money and experience? Where do I sign?
Levithan’s identity-less protagonist has a way of connecting with … everyone, surprisingly.
Science is a liar … sometimes, but ‘Always Sunny’ will never let you down.
Step aside, Nickelodeon, it’s time for a new era.
Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman have finally reunited, and all is right with the world.
Can anything really compare to the heartbreaking masterpiece that is ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ though?
Unlike most of her peers, Conrad turned her big break into a career.
He is legend.
Enter Ron Stallworth, the black detective who tricked the KKK.
Not something Hallie or Annie from ‘The Parent Trap’ would do, TBH.
Their silence is allowing the wrong people to stay loud.
Hint: It’s still going to be a great show.
Nothing makes workplace harassment palatable like teriyaki sauce.
Their new concept is a frontrunner for the least intelligent idea award.
With mainstream social media in turmoil, young people are tuning out.
It’s not unlikely that someone you know has experienced the kind of medical malpractice the documentary chronicles.
Imagine all the likes … err books you can get.
As fun as ‘Dungeons & Dragons,’ but without the cultural baggage.
Brown’s return to the world of ‘Red Rising’ is still epic 10 years later.
The show offers a (mostly) realistic portrayal of dealing with being overweight.
Summer convention season awaits. Are you ready?
His films and notoriety are definitely not for ‘The Birds.’
The return of our favorite eccentric alien is coming … soon.
If the show is any indication, America is an idiot.
The hip-hop star recently made, and nailed, his acting debut.
Swapping singing for acting, Groban’s first long-term role looks promising.
He’s trying to rebuild his career by … doing nothing differently.
Is nothing off-limits in modern politics?
They’re too young to have to deal with nationwide scrutiny, so everyone just needs to just move on.
Just classic stuff you’d expect the president to ridicule.
Part nostalgia, part saccharine, the reboot largely comes up short.
Garrett Yrigoyen won Becca’s heart, despite hearting some controversial posts on Instagram.
The CW wanted a lesbian actress for the role, but critics feel like the network phoned in their casting efforts.
Someday he’ll pay the bills with this guitar, indeed.
Say goodbye to Santino Fontana.
Originality is overrated.
It’s about a lot more than the books.
You can usher in the new without trashing the old.
And, if my conspiracy theory proves true, they might all actually just be one person.
Of all the racial biases in Hollywood, casting descriptions are some of the worst.
Vogue will never be the same.
Because you know you want the Insta pics.
Oh, bother, another must-see nostalgic film for the kids at heart.
Slacktivist, he is not.
And the latest fight centered around … a family Christmas card?
Nothing puts your struggles into perspective like a little fictional despair.
Three unorthodox companies — DC, Apple and Walmart — are throwing their hats in the streaming service ring.
Hulu and tremble, anyone?
The undocumented community has struggled to accept the guilt of one of its most cherished organizations.
The actor, producer and director is remaking his image from office prankster to CIA spy.
Could you figure out why a 13-year-old would murder his parents?
If Step No. 1 is calling attention to yourself, Russ has done that in spades. It’s his music that might not be up to snuff.
In the real world, it’s an eating disorder.
And author Lindy West is finally getting the small-screen treatment she deserves.
In the last decade alone, 21 reality show contestants have taken their lives after the cameras stopped rolling.
It’s been a good year for the Flower Boy.
Reduce. Reuse. Peecycle?
Everyone loves a good digital stalker!
Only the good die young.
If the new trailer for ‘Shazam!’ is any indication, writers at Warner Bros. have finally heard their movies are too dark.
My mom thinks no.
The novel approaches issues like immigration, mental health and questions of identity from an entirely unexplored perspective.
The film tells the story of a hotel turned hospital for criminals and manages to aptly balance pathos with absurdity.
Since 2001, 36 ‘Barbie’ movies have been released, making this list a lot harder to put together than you’d think.
Meet ‘the Netflix of gaming.’
It might hurt to admit, but Chandler and Ross basically wrote the book on toxic masculinity.
John Carreyrou’s account of the rise, lies and fall of Theranos is both gripping and thought-provoking.