But it wasn’t related to the child’s visit with the pope. A 10-year-old from Los Angeles, Jersey Vargas, went to Rome and spoke with Pope Francis about her detained father — who could have been deported — a day before the Pope spoke with Obama about immigration reform. The family’s lawyer tells BuzzFeed Mario Vargas is being released today.
You’ll be begging for a halftime that will never come.
Common fact: They’re all weirdos.
« Ça doit vous embêter de ne pas pouvoir vous représenter aux élections, hein ? » « Si je me représentais pour la troisième fois, ce serait un peu comme votre film « Very Bad Trip 3. » Ça n’a pas très bien fonctionné, si ? »
Plus family photobombs with Jimmy Fallon and Jon Hamm, Bronies will not be reined in by anyone’s judgments, and SXSW fashion.
The Prime Minister was trying to project a statesman’s image as he called Barack Obama to talk about Ukraine. The internet had better ideas.
You might not be able to name every U.S. president…but you should take this quiz anyway.
What’s the sound of one hand dialoguing?
Cheyenne Randall’s Shopped Tattoos Tumblr turns classic celebrity photos into inked masterpieces.
Think you know the answer? Maybe nyet.
The First Lady rocked a gorgeous liberty blue and black Carolina Herrera gown.
Irina Rodnina, a Soviet figure skating legend who lit the Olympic flame in Sochi, tries to distance herself from a controversial tweet. That defense worked so well for Anthony Weiner.
Chart the path to stardom of the woman behind Olive Pope in honor of her 37th birthday.
We know this is why you’re watching.
The president promises to act because Congress won’t, but he also really wants Congress to act in his fifth State of the Union address.
To be clear, you are not actually Barack Obama.
This week for BuzzReads, the first Michael Hastings Fellow, Gregory Johnsen, reports on the most dangerous sentence in U.S. history. Read that and these other great stories from BuzzFeed and around the web.
The GIF that keeps on giving.
Spirit, the Florida-based airline notorious for its low airfares and lowbrow marketing stunts, riffs on President Obama’s viral selfie photos from Nelson Mandela’s memorial.
British Prime Minister David Cameron, Denmark’s Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, and President Obama pose for a photo during Nelson Mandela’s memorial service. Michelle Obama is not amused.
“Your dignity and hope found expression in his life, and your freedom, your democracy is his cherished legacy.”
Looks like the president probably took a shot in friendly territory.
So far, Republicans aren’t backing down from new, stronger sanctions on Iran — no matter what President Obama says.
“If everything I learned in high school is a measurable object then I haven’t learned anything.”
President Obama says he’s inspired by Lincoln’s historic speech.
Dante de Blasio’s bountiful fro has been a rare flash point in an otherwise drama-free New York City mayoral campaign, bringing the hairstyle’s cultural trajectory from revolutionary to mundane and now back again.
“We are watching you, Obama Bin Laden.” Warning: Graphic images.
Next time you wish you had 38 million followers, don’t. Warning: NSFW language.
Dance like no one is watching, even when everyone is.
There’s always money in the banana stand.