Nicki Minaj (pictured) and her fans attack a Toronto blogger online, Google spends big bucks attacking a copyright directive, and Mick Jagger possibly jinxed England at the World Cup. Others in the headlines include Richard Swift, Anenome, hip-hop photos, Green Day, Carmen Campagne, Damian Marley, Dave Grohl, Julian Thomas, The Kubasonics, Charlie Puth, and the Brave festival.
" ...Will they discuss prison reform over wine? Chew the fat about racial inequality? Is this meeting a ploy for West to gather intel for his own presidential campaign? It could be. Maybe West is a sly and sneaky genius and we have nothing to worry about."
GQ UK has an exclusive excerpt from the Wolff book on Trump, Fire And Fury: Inside The Trump White House, a part of which is reprinted here.
Has a twittering reality star found a way to muzzle his detractors and gloat like a Cheshire cat as he chokes the wind out of all adversaries? One person thinks this could be the case.
Canadians have a right to know and influence what their government is negotiating for in NAFTA-- or more importantly, what their government is negotiating away -- allegedly on their behalf.
The Australian comic, composer and the man behind the hit show Matilda has adapted the musical's central song, “When I Grow Up,” to mock Donald Trump and his entourage.
Let's get past the stupid Nobel debates, the Minnesota oracle is not just a great poet but a prophet whose genius can sustain us. So says metrist and author Amis Shivani.