The audio version of our interview with Kim Coates, who talks about his life post-Sons of Anarchy.
Tony Marion explains his objection to Meygn Kelly replacing Al Roker and Tamron Hall on the Today Show, which is not the reason others have been objecting.
Joel Murphy looks at Marco Rubio's claim that "radical left wing extremists" are attempting to hijack democracy.
A look at what James Cameron's involvement in the next Terminator film could mean for the franchise.
This sponsored post takes a look at the popularity of sports-themed games online.
In light over the recent debate over President Trump's Muslim ban, we thought it was a good time to revisit this column from Kim Le looking at her parents' struggle to leave war-torn Vietnam.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle discuss this "Tinder for oranutans" on this week's show. They also do some script doctoring on the Nickelodeon show Shimmer and Shine, discuss two big Doctor Who stories and get absolved of their white guilt by Milly Tamerez.
Tony Marion's never-ending battle with Comcast takes a new turn that involves high-stakes espionage and unexpected alliances.
Joel Murphy takes a deeper look at Steven Bannon's eyebrow-raising quote comparing himself to Darth Vader and Satan.
If you had said to anyone who saw the rather dreadful Lesbian Vampire Killers a few years back that James Corden would soon be a global superstar, they would have no doubt laughed quite hard in your face. Yet, remarkably, Corden’s surprise move to US to present