William Faulkner was a Nobel Prize-winning novelist of the American South who wrote challenging prose and created the fictional Yoknapatawpha County. He is known for novels like The Sound and the Fury and As I Lay Dying.
Weird Al Yankovic is the first-ever guest editor of MAD magazine! As MAD#533 hit newsstands (and iPads) this week, cartoonist Samuel Ferri nabbed a comic interview with the celebrity "idiot-in-chief" and picked his sweet, sweet, comedy brains.
Native Americans have long recognized the importance of the environment and paid reverence to the land, water, plants, animals, and air. In honor of Earth Day 2015, we celebrate them and our planet with our Quote of the Week.
Tomorrow the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducts a legendary lineup of musicians including Ringo Starr, Lou Reed, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and Green Day, to name only a few. Read more about the new Hall of Famers. . .
April is Animal Cruelty Prevention Month, and to spread the word we're spotlighting some outspoken celebs who are doing the right thing by other species. Here's our look at the good works of Bill Maher, the talk show host who has been talking up about the fair treatment of animals.
He may have been one of the most celebrated and iconic classic film stars of all time, but Charlie Chaplin wasn't winning any awards in the love department. We review his Hollywood matrimonies and their shocking twists.
Today marks Holocaust Remembrance Day commemorating the victims of the systematic annihilation and oppression of millions during the Nazi regime. We honor them with a quote from Anne Frank, a Holocaust victim who remains a symbol of hope that this horrifying and tragic time in history should never be repeated.