With Father's Day upon us, we got to remembering the movies we watched with our dads growing up. True classics of the Dad Movie genre, like Field of Dreams ... and Natural Born Killers.
These are not just conventionally beautiful butts. These are the butts that have resonated through history.
The Wire will settle, once and for all, what the best temperature of all time is.
Some of the major problems dividing the Republican Party today happen to be the same ones that created massive structural barriers to throwing a raging party at the Conservative Political Action Conference this weekend: the fight between the old vs. the young, and the struggle to attract the ladies.
At the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday, Paul Ryan told a touching anecdote of a poor boy who said he didn't want a free lunch at school, but a brown bag one, because "a kid who had a brown paper bag had someone who cared for him."
There's not much debate over the fact that the music choices in Olympic figure skating are bland and repetitive. So we decided to offer up better solutions and are asking you to determine whose is best.
With the Olympics almost half over — the closing ceremony is on the 23rd — we decided to recap our favorite moments and stories from the first week of sports.
The College Dropout turns ten years old this week, so we turned to our staff for stories of the first time we heard Kanye.
If, like most of us, you only watch figure skating during the Olympics, you're not catching the full story arc — it's more like you're jumping into a complex HBO drama at the series finale.
No, you don't get to see a different side of Mitt Romney in Mitt. But even so, the Netflix documentary is very much enjoyable — particularly thanks to our favorite scenes.
Who needs the Academy? Here are the best movies that we personally had a hand in making (or accidentally stumbled on to the filming of.)
What do conservatives hate more: moderate, Obama-hugging Chris Christie, or the mainstream media? In the wake of Christie's Fort Lee bridge scandal, the answer is definitely the media.
We should all be concerned about Joe Scarborough. The host of MSNBC's Morning Joe has an utterly nonsensical column on Wednesday defending his opposition to marijuana legalization — "pot just makes you dumb."
With the Sochi Olympics coming up next month, it's time to get to know the potential new stars of Team USA.
The worst effect of the mainstreaming of weed is not massive marijuana overdoses — that's an unfunny hoax, dummies — but that weed is no longer cool.
What if, instead of leaving North Korea today, Dennis Rodman didn't make it out and was instead thrown into a prison camp by the country's erratic young dictator Kim Jong-un? And what if two brave Wire bloggers had to save him?
"Santa is what he is," Fox News' Megyn Kelly declared on Wednesday night. Or is he?
With the advent of winter, proper skin care becomes essential. Our intrepid political reporting team put one popular skin care product to the test.
The Daily Caller's Patrick Howley has a new essay complaining that liberals want to trample another American freedom: the sacred right of males to stare at the boobs of women they see on the street.
Here's our comprehensive ranking of this holiday's best and worst side dishes.