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Federal Judge in Hawaii Extends Order Blocking Trump's Travel Ban Indefinitely


On Wednesday US District Court Judge Derrick Watson granted the state of Hawaii’s request to extend the order halting President Donald Trump’s revised Muslim ban executive order.

Arkansas Governor Signs Bill Forcing Doctors Who Perform Abortions to 'Investigate'  Patients 


On Wednesday, Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson signed a horrifying anti-abortion bill that requires doctors who provide abortion services to investigate the backgrounds of the women seeking those services before they perform the procedure.

Report: James Comey Wanted to Go Public With Russia's Interference Months Before the Election


F.B.I director James Comey wanted to go public with the information on Russian interference in the 2016 election as early as this summer, according to Newsweek, but officials within the Obama administration prevented him from doing so.

They're Making Weed Flower Crowns Just in Time for Coachella

Festival fashion —with its fringe and floppy hats and Stevie-Nicks-would-never floaty dresses—will probably never die.

Jennifer Lawrence and Darren Aronofsky Are Still Dating, It's Going Fine


Jennifer Lawrence and Darren Aronofsky, two people who have been “casually dating” since October are indeed still carrying on.

O.G. Aunt Viv: 'There Will Never Be a True Reunion of the Fresh Prince'


You may have been charmed by the recent photo that the man who will always be best known as Carlton (actor Alfonso Ribeiro) posted on Instagram of his reunion with (most of) the cast of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, but there’s one person who wasn’t: Janet Hubert, the original Aunt Viv.

In 2 Separate Speeches About Women, the Trumps Narrowly Dodged Donald's Misogyny


On Wednesday, Donald and Melania Trump both gave rare, polished speeches commemorating the end of Women’s History Month, Melania’s at the Women of Courage Awards at the State Department, and Donald’s at a “Women’s Empowerment Panel” held at the White House.

And the Winner of March Madness: Childhood vs. Adulthood Is...


You, the people, have spoken your truths, in the most exciting online poll you have taken in your entire lives.

State Senator Who Once Proposed Ban on Eating Aborted Fetuses Charged With Child Prostitution 


Welcome to Big Time Small-Time Dicks, a regular column on The Slot that explores local politicians, small-town scandals, and everything else making life miserable on a local level.

Chelsea Clinton Says She Doesn't Want to Continue a Political Dynasty


Hillary Clinton is not the president, despite really wanting to be. Her daughter Chelsea Clinton does not even want to be a councilwoman.

Congressman Duped by The Onion's 'Abortionplex' Has Been Appointed to HHS 


Last week, the Department of Health and Human Services announced that they had appointed Representative John Fleming (R-LA) as a deputy assistant secretary.

The Strange Case of Immigrant Children in Sweden, Who Become Comatose When Faced with Deportation


In the New Yorker, Rachel Aviv has written about “resignation syndrome,” an affliction specific to immigrant children in Sweden who essentially and physically lost the will to live upon being told they will be deported.

Are You Ready to It Your Pants?


In the trailer above, get your first taste of the upcoming film adaptation of Stephen King’s It, which floats into theaters Sept.

Lana Del Rey Is a Friendly Witch Who Lives In the Hollywood Sign In Trailer For Her New Album


Queen of whispery West Coast brooding Lana Del Rey released a trailer for her upcoming album Lust For Life Wednesday morning, and while the kooky two-point-five-minute clip offers no snippets of the album’s music, it provides a satisfying peek at her latest Lanaesthetic (after 2014's dreary Ultravio

Two Black Women Are Suing Fox News for Racial Discrimination


Tichaona Brown and Tabrese Wright filed a discrimination lawsuit at the State Supreme Court on Tuesday in which they allege they were subject to “top-down racial harassment” while working in the Fox News payroll department.

The Rise of the Ensemble Show Means Actors Will Compete Against Their Castmates for Emmys


So many ensemble shows are in the Emmys race this year that more actors will likely be battling with their co-stars for that gold trophy that tells them they’re excellent at what they do.

Why Are We Still Obsessed with the Tonya Harding/Nancy Kerrigan Scandal of 1994?


It was the “WHY WHY WHY” heard ‘round the world. Nancy Kerrigan was clubbed above the knee by a stranger after leaving the ice rink just prior to the U.S.

Iceland May Demand Proof Companies Are Paying Men and Women Equally


Despite having had laws mandating equal pay between the sexes for decades, Iceland’s stubborn gap still hasn’t completely closed.

No More Wedding Gifts


In theory, we give gifts at weddings for two reasons: Read more...


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