In a segment titled "Meet the Knockers," last night's Daily Show took on the so-termed "Knockout Game," the wild new nationwide trend that isn't really a trend at all.
Jim DeRogatis happened upon a career-changing scoop when he first reported on R. Kelly's alleged predatory relationships with girls as young as 15. Today, he reveals the extent of those accusations.
End-of-year list season is well underway. If you're an artist, it's a good time to call up the media outlets that didn't feature your album and verbally threaten their writers. Except no, it's never a good time to do that.
Beyonce's new album been out for mere hours. But in the high-stakes surprise-album-drop sweepstakes of 2013, Bey has already won.
On last night's Daily Show, Jon Stewart yet again took on the defining fight of our epoch: the War on Christmas. But this was "War on Christmas: 'S#@t's Getting Weird' Edition."
AOL Mail — long the clunky digital turf of lame dads, clueless grandparents, and anyone weirdly nostalgic for 1998 — is gearing up for a major "refresh," CEO Tim Armstrong said at yesterday's UBS Media & Telecommunications conference.
Congress has miraculously arrived at a compromise budget package, and last night's Daily Show found itself torn by the question of how to greet it.
We thought the legal feud between the Beastie Boys and feminist toy company GoldieBlox had been all but settled last month. Apparently not.
Who cares about the Oxford Comma? Sky News probably does about now, after an embarrassing news alert went viral.
The Daily Show retained its focus on the late Nelson Mandela last night, skewering the media's reaction to a mundane and entirely meaningless handshake between President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro Ruz
A lost Johnny Cash album that the late Man in Black recorded in the 1980s will be released next year.
As world leaders geared up for Nelson Mandela's memorial service, The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took the opportunity to clarify some confusion among conservatives: apartheid is not comparable to Obamacare.
A small group of San Francisco protestors blocked a private Google bus today, halting its route and blasting the company's use of public bus stops for cushy, private shuttles.
Chicago rap wunderkind Chance the Rapper and friendly internet teenager Justin Bieber have been sneakily tweeting at each other for several days now. Here's why.
On last night's Daily Show, Jon Stewart took on yesterday's massive fast food strikes—and struggled mightily to understand right-wing arguments why paying workers a living wage will "destroy the very foundations of our economy."
Britney Spears's brand new Britney Jean probably won't crop up on any notable album-of-the-year lists. Same goes for pretty much any album released between mid-November and December 31.
Last night's Daily Show set about covering a shocking, if rather dry, financial scandal—and taking the rest of the media to task for ignoring it.
The painting above garnered Norman Rockwell a plum $3,500 in 1951, when he sold it to The Saturday Evening Post. Today it sold at a New York auction for $46 million, the most that's ever been paid for a Rockwell.
On last night's Daily Show, Jon Stewart fixed his cutting gaze upon the right wing's noble battle to halt the War on Christmas, "even though it is not in any way threatened."
Last week, we hoped Rick Rubin would return for another Kanye West album, given the magic he worked on Yeezus. Those prayers have been answered.