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Ellen has always been welcoming to politicians, seen here with former First Lady Michelle Obama. Publicly chilling with George W. Bush got a different reaction.
The addition of Meghan Markle, an American celebrity, to the royal family may be another reason why the royal family's influence will continue well into the future.
L.N. Tallur, who's visiting the States at the moment, made sure to stop by Zimmerli Art Museum to discuss a collection of his work being exhibited at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey.
The Green New Deal gained traction in activist circles prior to being introduced earlier this year and championed by left liberal politicians like Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.).
Mark Zuckerberg found himself in hot water last week when he was secretly recorded heavily criticizing Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-Mass.) antitrust plans for Big Tech.
Even when consumers can afford multiple media outlets, they tend to only buy one subscription. Our consumption of news is more fragmented than in years past.
It's not that Leonardo DiCaprio should feel bad about his "dad bod," but when tabloids react to a famous woman gaining some pounds like the world is ending, something's wrong.
Joe Bartels, a reporter for ABC 13 Action News in Nevada, had the very 2019 task of reporting on a meme gone wrong. Viral marketing stays true to marketing — it's all about incentives.
Former Vice President Al Gore's view of climate change as "An Inconvenient Truth" grows truer day by day, as scientific facts repeatedly clash with political "realities."
Social media's penchant for brief hot takes make conversations about law, which are notoriously nuanced, murky territory. Lazy comparisons and overly simple conclusions come easily.
Bill Watterson's "Calvin and Hobbes" is just one example in a long line of comic strips that find a way to make magic of the quotidian on a week-to-week basis.
After a successful centennial celebration, Douglass Residential College is planning on celebrating its storied history on a yearly basis, to the delight of alumnae.
After years of suspicion, Apple got fined in European courts for having certain updates that intentionally damage old operating systems, a sterling example of planned obsolescence.
Communities have their own set of taboos. For South Asian folks, especially those who immigrate as kids, there can be deep culture clashes. Clubs at Rutgers deal with these head on.
Andrew Yang's presidential campaign kicked off on the podcast Joe Rogan Experience (JRE). As trust in mainstream media wanes, podcasts are on the rise.
Baudrillard's theory was highly controversial and influential. "The Matrix" trilogy might be the most direct, product of pop culture that drew from his work.