Feed Frenzy: The Interview’s a No-Show, Allred’s Cosby Ultimatum, + More

The week's need-to-know links that have been all up in your feeds.

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The Interview and Team America: World Police Pulled From Theaters After Threat of Attack The terrorists have won.


More than 50,000 People Protested Against Police Brutality in New York on Sunday Meet the two young women who rallied the masses, and it all started with a simple Facebook post.


Republican Wants Women to Get Permission for Abortion from the Men Who Impregnated Them Except in cases of “legitimate rape,” of course. He’s not unreasonable.


Key Witness Who Supported Darren Wilson’s Testimony Revealed to be a Total Fraud With a history of racist comments, bipolar disorder, and a previous instance of lying to police, the Witness 40 debacle sums up the ineptitude and injustice of this appalling trial.


7th Heaven Star Admits to Sexually Abusing Kids Between 1973 and 1994 Stephen Collins won’t be prosecuted, but there’s no statute of limitations on being a monster.


Gloria Allred Represents Cosby Accusers, Tells the Comedian to Reserve $100 Million for those he Assaulted Meanwhile, Cosby “expects” the “black media” to remain neutral (i.e.: ignore the more than 20 women who have come forward).


American Apparel Finally Fires Founder Dov Charney Too bad he’s taking the dignity of so many female employees with him.


Mom Calls into C-SPAN to Scold Her Fighting Pundit Sons The Woodhouse brothers are soooooo buuuuuusted.  


“Serial” Ends And the only upside is never having to hear that heinous Mail Chimp ad again. 


Madonna’s Entire New Album Leaks Before it was Even Announced Madge likens the theft to terrorism. The same could be said about her last four records. 


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