Stephen King is going hard after Ted Cruz on Twitter

King vs. Cruz.Image: John Lamparski/WireImage/Bastiaan Slabbers/NurPhoto via Getty Images/Mashable composite Judging by Stephen King’s Twitter feed, there’s only one politician the horror master dislikes almost as much as Donald Trump, and that’s Ted Cruz. King has been tweeting about Cruz for years now, but over the past six months —…

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‘Repulsive to children and adults’: how explicit should public art get?

Censorship in metro stations and other public places reveal a limit to how far were prepared to be challenged by art The Vienna tourist board had long earmarked 2018 for its year-long retrospective of Viennese modernism. Unexpectedly, of all the artworks it could have advertised it with Gustav Klimts tender…

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Lindsey Graham’s tweets show his transformation into Trump’s BFF

Lindsey Graham's Twitter history is more revealing than you might think.Image: vicky leta / mashable The bruising battle over Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination may be finished, but the political scars will last a lifetime. That is true for no one more than Sen. Lindsey Graham.  Formerly a believer that…

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Someone left a poignant note for Christine Blasey Ford ahead of the Kavanaugh hearing

Image: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images An unknown individual left a note for Christine Blasey Ford Thursday ahead of her testimony in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee. The note, which was placed on a witness table and written on Senate stationary, reads, “Good luck, Dr. Ford.”  It’s a kind gesture, probably,…

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How one artist creates sculptures that are only visible from one angle

No, DonaldImage: Getty Images President Trump has entertained plenty of deeply dangerous and upsetting conspiracy theories. This week’s had to be one of his dumbest. On Thursday, Hillary Clinton spoke out on Twitter about Donald’s latest theory: that she colluded with the Russians in the 2016 campaign. SEE ALSO: The…

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Stephen Colbert brilliantly breaks down Trump’s laugh-filled UN appearance

When the president is literally laughed at during an appearance in front of the United Nations General Assembly, you know it’s gonna be fodder for Stephen Colbert. “Don’t worry, Mr. President, they’re not laughing at you,” Colbert quipped. “They’re laughing with each other at you.” SEE ALSO: Trump claims he…

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Predictably, America wasn’t thrilled with the nationwide Presidential Alert test

The emergency alert test heard 'round the country.Image: FEMA At 2:18 pm ET on Wednesday, cell phones across the country buzzed with a Presidential Alert emergency test from President Donald Trump. It was part of the first-ever national test of the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system, part of a pair…

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7 ways ‘The Simpsons’ predicted the chaos of Donald Trump’s presidency

'The Simpsons' foreshadowed many things about the rise of TrumpImage: YOUTUBE/ANIMATION ON FOX/LEV RADIN/PACIFIC PRESS/MASHABLE COMPOSITE The Simpsons has given us some of the best satire of the century — and it turns out it also predicted the Trump administration and the unprecedentedly weird timeline it would bring. As the…

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And now we pick up the pieces after our meltdown over Rod Rosenstein’s non-resignation

Rod Rosenstein was the source of a lot of confusion on Monday.Image: Getty Images It’s been a wild ride on the Rod Rosenstein rollercoaster. On Monday morning, the internet turned into a five-alarm dumpster fire when it was reported Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had resigned from his position. But…

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Sonita Alizadeh performs a powerful rap at Social Good Summit

Image: ERIN SCHAFF/POOL/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock Brett Kavanaugh’s seemingly tenuous relationship with the truth is still haunting those who watched him testify on Thursday. At times, the prospective Supreme Court justice abandoned composure to shed tears and scream, but at his most jarring he straight-up refused to answer questions directly, was unwilling to…

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