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What last Tuesday's midterm elections mean for the future of our government

(11/14/18 11:00am)

If you're a political nerd like me, then you are still trying to comprehend what happened during Tuesday's midterm election. While most elections were called earlier than night than most political analysis has predicted, I was still up late as there were so many fascinating results to obsess over.

The importance of male body positivity

(10/16/18 12:00pm)

He stares in the mirror, his friends waiting in the next room as he gets ready for the night. His eyes fixated on his problem areas, such as the second chin forming around his neck, the tiny fat on his lower belly, the line of pimples on his forehead and the puff ball in his hair that never likes to stay straight. He flexes his arms so they look less like twigs, and sucks in his gut so the fat does not show. Then he gets dressed.

Kendrick Lamar and Top Dawg Entertainment break new ground on 'Black Panther' album

(02/13/18 1:00pm)

Welcome to the new standard for movie soundtracks. A week before "Black Panther" takes movie theaters by storm, Kendrick Lamar and record label Top Dawg Entertainment have released the much anticipated "Black Panther The Album Music From And Inspired By." This isn't your average movie soundtrack -- it's a full-fledged album and should be treated as such.

Justin Timberlake sings about changing identity in 'Man of the Woods'

(02/06/18 10:00am)

Five years after the release of "The 20/20 Experience," Justin Timberlake returned to music Friday with his new album "Man of the Woods." In the album, Timberlake calls upon his Southern upbringing and uses themes such as fatherhood and marriage as inspirations. Gone are the ascetics of a dapper Timberlake dressed in suit and tie, and in their place is a new Justin, wearing flannel shirts and ripped jeans.

'The Post' effectively defends the importance of a free press

(01/21/18 1:50am)

"Democracy Dies in Darkness." This phrase was written by U.S. appeals court judge Damon J. Keith and used by Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward in reference to his reporting on the Watergate scandal. Today, it serves as the Post's slogan as well as the theme for Steven Spielberg's new movie "The Post," which tells the story of one of the paper's most pivotal moments in history.

TMS predicts the 2018 Grammy nominations

(11/28/17 2:00pm)

With music's biggest night just around the corner, the Recording Academy is set to announce the nominations for next year's Grammy Awards today. The country's second-most-watched awards show will celebrate its 60th anniversary Jan. 28, honoring the industry's top talents. While the list of this year's nominees has not yet been released, I expect the Grammys to honor artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Ed Sheeran and SZA.