“What has the ABC ever done for us?”
The president will send 3,000 U.S. military personnel to help combat the spread of the deadly virus, construct new treatment centers, and train health workers.
The business secretary announced last week that the government would end arms exports if military hostilities started again.
Behind every great man is a great woman. Duh.
“Ding dong the witch is dead.”
New legislation would require companies to record everyone you call or email.
You’ve been dying to know.
“If this is you, then you better fill out your FAFSA.”
Activists discreetly planted the cannabis a couple of months ago.
Dave Brat pulled off a stunning upset Tuesday night when he defeated House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in Virginia’s Republican primary.
Such a wordsmith, our Tony…
Federal government cuts deal with Facebook to get agencies the coveted blue Verified checkmark.
Oh, Tumblr. You cheeky thing, you.
An applicant must be marijuana-free for at least three years, if they hope to be considered for the job.
The plane reportedly was part of the Laos air force and was carrying 20 people. The crash was reported by Thai officials.
The British government wants to keep its ability to block internet content.
The organisation responsible for prosecuting criminal cases in England and Wales is struggling to cover shifts following government cuts.
The Nevada rancher with a penchant for racist comments who was in a crusade against the government now fancies himself a history professor.
The plan would create a system of financial cooperatives that would allow basic banking services for marijuana businesses, which are currently limited by the federal government.
Promises to replace houses sold off under the Right to Buy scheme look increasingly hollow as the Government slashes council houses’ sale price to a third of the cost of replacements.
Oh hi, April 15th. Wait. WHAT?
Plus the 13 best bromances in Hollywood, 5 things your brain needs more of every day, and Taylor Swift mashed up with Street Fighter II.
Passwords and user accounts are missing basic security measures. Another “grossly incompetent” government IT effort in post-Manning age.
Although all Americans are glad the government shutdown is over, some are happier than others. BuzzFeed’s Data Science Team used Facebook’s Keyword Insights API to find out who talked the most about the shutdown.
A new “clean” debt limit measure drafted by Senate Democrats would extend the nation’s debt ceiling through the end of 2014 and simply provide the president authority to pay the nation’s debts.
Plus famous authors who thought the government was incompetent, 6 of the first handheld video games, and 5 tips to avoid the dreaded Instagram fail.
Government employees are ready to get their freak on. (NSFW-ish.)