If rapper Cap 1 thought that distributing a video of himself rhyming with Kanye West in 1998 might be a solid promotional stunt, he was wildly, stupidly correct.
On last night's Daily Show, Jon Stewart continued ribbing scandal-rocked New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.
A'right, a'right, a'right, a'right, a'right, a'right, a'right, a'right, a'right, a'right, a'right, a'right, a'right, a'right, a'right.
On last night's Daily Show, host Jon Stewart took on the Bridgeghazi scandal that's blowing up New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's presidential prospects in a thick cloud of auto exhaust
There are plenty of not-so-far-off albums worth getting excited about, plus a handful not worth getting excited about, and we've taken the liberty of parsing out the difference.
On last night's Daily Show, Jon Stewart turned his attention to the hazy culture wars presently blazing across Colorado's newly legalized weed industry
After a few weeks away, The Daily Show has returned in time for some absurd weather and equally absurd right-wing rallying cries.
It's Friday, the air is still heavy with seasonal post-hangover malaise, and dozens of movies have just popped up on Netflix, newly available in 2014
We're not entirely sure what BBC producers were expecting when they invited PJ Harvey to guest "edit" the Radio 4 news program Today, but they seem to have gotten it.
Speaking of regrettable ways to spend New Year's Eve, Phish is returning to its usual Madison Square Garden sting—and 60 fans have already been arrested.
The Wolf of Wall Street has been roundly praised by critics, but it's being greeted with less enthusiasm by those who were personally victimized by the real wolf, Jordan Belfort.
Days before she thrilled millions of fans with a surprise album release, Beyoncé thrilled a single, terminally ill fan by granting the child's dying wish.
Slate's business and economics correspondent eats and sleeps Twitter, "dabbles in Reddit," and has a soft spot for The Mindy Project
We spent the better part of 2013 locked in a soundproof cryogenic chamber listening to every album that was released. Here are the results!
The Daily Show's stirring emotional peak came when Jon Stewart bid an alternately funny and moving goodbye to loyal correspondent John Oliver.
The Wolf of Wall Street isn't just a chronicle of rampant douchebaggery. It's Scorsese's longest non-documentary film yet.
On last night's Daily Show, Jon Stewart expressed nothing but astonishment regarding John Beale, the EPA climate change expert who blew off work for years by pretending to be a CIA agent.
Our month-by-month retrospective of 2013 continues with May, when Pharrell Williams took over the world and Iron Man 3 crashed into theaters.
Last night's Daily Show took on the billions of dollars being cut from food stamps, which Jon Stewart reports are "leaving 47 Americans who rely on [the program] in jeopardy."
It's hard to recall, but cast your memory back to last January, when Justin Timberlake's solo music career was but a fading cultural echo and David Bowie had not released an album since 2003.