A lot of Game of Thrones fans are still slightly upset that George RR Martin took time to write a 700-page book of Targaryen history, when he should be spending all waking hours finishing The Winds of Winter.
If you were wondering how Stephen King's feeling about the current state of politics, look no further than his most recent tweet.
While scoring a brand new television and a sound system this Black Friday would greatly benefit your entertainment area, don't forget to give your kitchen some love too. We've lined up some must-have kitchen items from the Mashable Shop that you can add to your cooking arsenal to bring out your inner Chrissy Teigen or Martha Stewart.
If you need evidence of the incredible video capabilities of your smartphone, look no further than director Steven Soderbergh's latest thriller Unsane, shot entirely on an iPhone.
For many, December means making Christmas lists, planning Hanukkah menus, and untangling endless strands of wintery lights. For us TV and movie lovers, the beginning of December requires the completion of an even more daunting task: We have to get that queue ready.
Stephen Colbert has slammed Trump's "pardons," and they're not all the Thanksgiving kind.
In case you missed it, the next White House Correspondents' Association dinner won't feature a comedian, circumventing tradition.
Marriage proposals are just a thing in life you really, really hope goes well.
While the Woolsey Fire burning in Southern California has been 98 percent contained as of Tuesday night, it's left a huge mark on the landscape.
A 16-year-old South Sudanese girl was sold for marriage via Facebook in a disturbing case that's been described as "reminiscent of latter-day slave markets."
UPDATE: Nov. 21, 2018, 1:05 p.m. AEDT Apple has updated its system status to mark both the App Store and Apple Music as a "resolved issue." Both platforms seem to be back up and running, after having been experiencing an "issue" from 12:20 p.m. to 12.52 p.m.
Reporting from the steps of 10 Downing Street, one expects to be upstaged by the sudden appearance of the UK's Prime Minister Theresa May.