It's the best of 10 years of content in under three minutes, and it is incredible.
And no, they're not all in Bondi.
He's not a neigh-sayer!
More like panCAPES. Sorry.
Nev is on speed dial.
It's about bloody time.
Carers of the world, unite... and tell us about what you do.
Preity Zinta could have been a criminal psychologist if she wasn't an actress.
Power in Venezuela is concentrated in the hands of just three families who control government coffers, media and now, pop culture. BuzzFeed News' Karla Zabludovsky reports from Caracas.
Side effects may include itching, dry mouth, and a LOWER DRINKING AGE.
No knead to worry.
Five points to Gryffindor for taking this quiz!
"It is about time we celebrated who we are."
A cinematic milestone debuts.
"I love it when a girl squishes spiders."
Or should we call him...Robutt?
That's the way the ____ crumbles.
Admit it. You're doing it right now.
James Hollingworth captured the impromptu dance party on film on Tuesday morning. It has now been watched thousands of times on Facebook.
Who said one pieces are no fun?
Put on your warpaint.
The model and socialite turned fashion designer takes our Q&A!
Finisher. All year round.
One word. Pizza.
Real tips you can put into practice from people who have made epic lifestyle changes.
Henry is making a miraculous recovery.
Eighth graders could spell these words. But WTF do they mean?
Puddy, Pippa and Penny are three lucky buddies!
Do you even sit, bro?
Consider this your travel bucket list.
This is basically a Westeros spelling bee.
"I'm just really busy for the rest of my life."
Soooo many smiles.
The Justice Department charged the Illinois Republican Thursday for evading reporting requirements and lying to the FBI as part of a scheme to pay off the victim of "prior bad acts."
FIFA's decision to award the World Cup to Russia and Qatar — and President Sepp Blatter's refusal to reconsider the move despite a mountain of evidence of corruption — has led soccer to the worst crisis in its history.
In a post–Apple Watch world, Google wants to make Android Wear devices even easier to use.
Google I/O, the biggest Google conference of the year, kicked off Thursday morning with a keynote address from Senior Vice President of Products Sundar Pichai. Past I/O conferences have included updates to the mobile Android OS, Cardboard -- Google's stab at virtual reality -- wearables, and more. Here's a running list of what we've learned so far today:
After insisting the police force was not engaged in a work slowdown — causing the rise in violent crime — the union now says officers are "afraid of going to jail for doing their jobs." May has been Baltimore's most violent month in 15 years.
The results have one local community organizer saying that the Twin Cities area is quickly becoming “the new South.”
"No public official who voluntarily swears to support and defend the Constitution and to discharge all duties of their office should be exempt from upholding that oath," Gov. Pat McCrory said Thursday.
"A man goes home and masturbates his typical fantasy. A woman on her knees, a woman tied up, a woman abused." The essay, on men and women, was published before his political career and appeared in a Mother Jones profile this week.
The anthrax samples were shipped from an Army facility in Utah to as many as nine states, as well as a military base in South Korea. More than two dozen people may have been exposed, but authorities said there is no risk to the public.
Students had pushed to change the building's name, saying it contributed to a culture of racism on campus. The vote among UNC trustees passed 10-3.
A federal complaint filed this month claims Harvard's admissions system discriminates against Asian applicants. It came as little surprise to the professionals specialized in getting kids into college.
The European Commission's vice president defends plans to unite the fragmented internet economy of European states.
Entertained for hours on end.
Get ready to be sad, Sydney!
People think the singer wasn't eligible for the Billboard Music Award.
"I don't have my seatbelt on!"
Jason Dang says he found a note last year telling him to return to a coffee shop on May 27, 2015.
Sometimes you're just a little boring.
A CAUTIONARY TALE.
Could you willingly give your phone to your partner on a whim?
Elon University's a cappella group Twisted Measure performs a totally unique rendition of "Chandelier" by Sia.
This is what we call a drop the mic moment.
His own version of "Under the Sea."
Redneck Avengers: Tulsa Nights just might be the best show that never was.
The amount of fail in the world is approaching dangerous levels.
As if you needed another reason to love him.
Like a fine wine getting better with age.
A toast to bridesmen and groomswomen everywhere!
History comes to life when seen in vibrant color.
"It's like a game of Jenga that got out of hand."
The show wasn't just legendary, it was deep.
Who knew Beyoncé's dance moves were so versatile?!
The Potter generation is growing up.
Kellie Mencel was involved in two back-to-back accidents leaving her with severe burns. Warning: some graphic images.
If you were a vegetable, you'd be a cute-cumber. I'm sorry, that's all I got.
Including the floating wine glasses dreams are made of.
If you have Netflix, check your account.
The milk doesn't just shut off because you're turned on.
BuzzFeed News spoke to the proud husband with a sharp wit.
"Calories in, calories out" doesn't even begin to cover it.
The program, the Advanced Training Institute, has been frequently mentioned on the Duggars' TLC show and blog for years.