cards against humanity

The card game company set out to help 100 people by giving them $1,000 each.
Cards Against Humanity has big holiday plans to stop the border wall.
The company said it retained a law firm to make Trump's plan as "time-consuming and expensive" as possible.
The company will donate all profits from the special deck to Emily's List, which helps elect women to office in the U.S.
A way for moms and dads to unwind and have fun with friends at the end of a long day.
Here's everything you need to know about the very real Picasso print that Cards Against Humanity will either shred or donate to an art museum.