Fashion

Ray-Ban Asks Rand Paul to Stop Selling Its Sunglasses

Ray-Bans caught presidential hopeful Rand Paul being very shady, and they didn't like it. The iconic sunglasses brand asked the Republican presidential candidate to stop selling its glasses on his campaign website. The shades were selling for $150 and featured a "Rand" logo, reports The Washington Times. A spokesperson for Luxottica, the parent company of Ray-Ban, says, "Ray-Ban is not at all a political brand—we're focused on making sunglasses that people love." While the eyewear has been removed from Paul's online store, Paulcolytes still have plenty of merch to choose from. You can get a $15 iPhone case, a see more
Politics

Here's the Cutest Same-Sex-Marriage Commercial You'll Ever See

We'd hate to say the fight for marriage equality in Ireland is getting cute, but there was definitely an audible aww in our office when we first saw this commercial. see more
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Fashion

Hitler in Shorts and Knee Socks Is the Weirdest Thing You'll See Today

Everything was bad about Hitler, right down to the socks. That much can be deduced from a release of these previously unseen photos of the Fuhrer wearing lederhosen shorts and knee-high socks, released by the Daily Mail. It exposes a laughable side to the loathsome dictator, one that he would have preferred to gone unknown. Thanks to the discovery of a 70-year-old fanzine (yes, really) dedicated to Hitler called Deutschland Erwache (translation: Germany Awaken), the pictures are being spread wide, despite the German leader ultimately coming to the realization that they're "beneath one's dignity." It's good to know that see more
Celebrity

Watch: Jimmy Kimmel's Imaginary Clinton Campaign Logos Are Better Than the Real One

When it comes to presidential-campaign logos (much like presidential everything else), you apparently can't please all of the people all of the time. That's what we learned on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, when the host explained that Hillary Clinton's recently unveiled logo (a blue "H" with a red arrow) is less than popular, though he wasn't sure why. "I think it's pretty straightforward: The 'H' is for Hillary, the arrow shows she loves archery," he said. Since the logo is fairly innocuous but it's already getting people stirred up, Kimmel sent his team of professional pranksters out to see more
Celebrity

Here's a Hillary Clinton Error Everyone Can Love

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton may have e-mail troubles, but her website has everything—even 404 errors—covered. Some people may not be thrilled with the design of her campaign logo, but her website's sleek design is stellar and includes all the bells and whistles you'd expect from a woman who announced she's running for the top government position via a YouTube video. But the best part of navigating the site comes when you you're sent to its 404 page: a shot of the former Secretary of State with her husband (oh, that would be ex-President Bill Clinton), her daughter Chelsea, and see more
Politics

Here's Why Equal Pay Day Falls on April 14

Rihanna during a performance of Bitch Better Have My Money. If you've been seeing a lot of #EqualPayDay posts, but weren't sure why April 14, of all days, was selected as the best day to raise awareness about this worthy cause, let us explain. see more
Politics

People Are Already Trolling Hillary's Campaign Logo, Because Politics

It's been only one day since Hillary Clinton announced she was running for president, and people are already taking jabs at her campaign logo. In fact, it didn't take long before our friends at Mic noticed political observers (read: salty types with Twitter accounts and axes in desperate need of grinding) comparing the blue H with a red arrow running through it to everything from a hospital sign to something created in Microsoft Paint. see more
Celebrity

Hillary and HBO's Veep Weirdly Have Big Moments on the Same Day

Call it synergy. Call it a coincidence. Just don't call it foreshadowing. In an serendipitously timed bit of real-life current events echoing fiction, yesterday the American people were surrounded by visions of the first female president. The first, of course, is that Hilary Clinton ended years of breathless speculation by finally announcing that she's running for president in the 2016 race via YouTube (so modern!). Later that night, fictional Vice President turned Commander in Chief Selina Meyer of HBO's Veep presented a bumbling speech, thanks to a teleprompter malfunction. (The Times noted a similar thing happened to Hilary's husband and see more
Politics

Zach Braff and Donald Faison Will Make Pizza for Your Gay Indiana Wedding

If you really and truly want pizza for your gay wedding in Indiana... We will make it for you. @donald_faison pic.twitter.com/y91qIkVoyt— Zach Braff (@zachbraff) April 3, 2015 In a hilarious statement of support for gay men and lesbians in Indiana who might actually want to have pizza at their weddings, actor Zach Braff posted a photo of him and his Scrubs costar Donald Faison on a boat. The caption? "If you really and truly want pizza for your gay wedding in Indiana... We will make it for you." see more
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Celebrity

Watch John Oliver Grill Edward Snowden About Privacy and Hot Pockets

Don't let the British accent fool you&emdash;John Oliver is incredibly invested in American politics. Thanks to Jon Stewart's The Daily Show, we're more than used to having our medicine (a.k.a. political news) served with a spoonful of sugar (biting comedic satire). Still, it was a stunner when Oliver delivered what amounted to a 30-minute screed that incisively handled the state of government surveillance on last night's episode of HBO's Last Week Tonight. The episode's biggest coup is that Oliver traveled to Russia for a face-to-face interview with NSA whistleblower and poster boy Edward Snow. What most people are impressed see more
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