On Sunday, Tom Brady will play in his 12th AFC Championship game, with a chance to advance to the eighth Super Bowl of his storied career.
Immigration has been a hot-button topic in Washington since Election 2016 when then-candidate Donald Trump began agitating for a wall across the border with Mexico.
Last weekend an online publication called Babe released a detailed story told from the perspective of a woman in her early 20s who went on a date and later had an aggressive sexual encounter with actor Aziz Ansari of Parks and Recreation fame.
Captains for the 2018 NBA All-Star game are set to be announced on Thursday, and at the moment, it looks like the two selections will be familiar foes: Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James and Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry.
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) has proven that being a lame duck doesn’t mean you have to be lame.
A pastor at a megachurch in Memphis has been placed on a leave of absence after admitting to a “sexual incident” while serving as a youth pastor in the late ‘90s.
The Minnesota Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles are both without their starting quarterbacks, but they have still found a way to advance to the NFC Championship.
Good news for potentially pregnant women: Rather than buying a traditional test at CVS, you can now urinate on an Ikea magazine ad to see if you’re expecting.
Social loves a good story about political misdeeds, and few scoops hit harder than the Pentagon Papers, a massive 1971 leak that alleged President Lyndon B. Johnson lied to the American people about the Vietnam War.
Chelsea Manning, best known for leaking documents regarding civilian deaths in Iraq and Afghanistan when she was Army Private Bradley Manning, has developed quite the following on social media since her release from prison last year.
“Workfare” has long been a pejorative term in the U.S. for welfare systems that require recipients to work, or at least look for a stable job.
One effect of the social media revolution that we’ve undergone over the past few years is the ability of the common man or woman — or at least a B-list celeb — to feud with elected officials. Last
Before the 2017-18 NFL season began, most NFL prognosticators penciled in the defending champion New England Patriots to be one of the last teams standing yet again.
In the Age of Trump, few events offer the kind of political drama that Social craves as much as Senate committee hearings do.
Cotton said, “I did not hear derogatory comments about individuals or persons,” while Perdue took it a step further, adding, “I’m telling you he did not use that word.”
Not many stories tug at Social’s heartstrings like the plight of the so-called Dreamers.