By Alexis Nedd
There’s been a lot of nasty things on Game of Thrones. Daenerys ate en entire raw horse heart and almost yakked it up. People’s heads and hands got chopped off. That whole weird poop-porridge-poop montage that the world had decided to purge from its collective memory. But of all the gross stuff that’s shown up on Thrones, the show’s own Nikolaj Coster-Waldau says one scene was particularly gross and may have been too much even for him.
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By Nicole Gallucci
Families belong together, and people across America are working hard to ensure that the government receives that message loud and clear.
On June 30, hundreds of events and marches to protest President Trump’s strict “zero-tolerance” immigration policy will be held nationwide by advocacy organizations like MoveOn, the ACLU, the National Domestic Workers Alliance, and more.
If you’re looking participate and fight for the rights of immigrant families, here’s everything you need to know about taking action and finding your local protest.
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By Shannon Connellan
Melania Trump’s decision to wear that jacket to visit shelters and facilities for immigrant children at the U.S. border was not lost on late show hosts.
In fact, the subject of the First Lady’s tone deaf fashion choice — a Zara jacket emblazoned with the words “I really don’t care, do u?” — on Thursday was almost too easy for them.
Trevor Noah, who’s had just about enough of this shit, cut straight to the chase.
“It looks like when Melania was in the hospital, she had her last fuck removed,” he said on The Daily Show Thursday night. …
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By Shannon Connellan
Imagine singing an emotional duet to “Let It Be” in the car with an actual Beatle.
That little bucket list item was ticked by James Corden, who dropped the full instalment of “Carpool Karaoke” featuring legendary Beatle Paul McCartney on Thursday night’s The Late Late Show.
A jolly good sport, McCartney runs through some of his best numbers, from the thematically necessary “Drive My Car,” to the first song he ever wrote.
Corden takes McCartney on a little trip down memory lane around Liverpool in the episode, including a visit to the legend’s former childhood home, and of course, Penny Lane, and it all ends in a local pub to sing “Hey Jude,” to some surprised locals. …
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By Sasha Lekach
Long-haul truck drivers already face plenty of dangers on the road, but if you also happen to be a gay couple or a trans woman emerging from the cab at a gas station or rest stop, these can potentially expand to discrimination, violence, and hate.
That’s why Shelle Lichti, a 25-year veteran of the trucking industry, created an online community for the disparate and wide-ranging truckers who identify as LGBTQ.
Lichti was one of six panelists …
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