After attending a birthday party in Martha’s Vineyard Thursday night, President Obama was briefed on the unfolding situation in Missouri.
The adventures of Russian agents like The Ghost of Marius the Giraffe, Gay Turtle, and Ass — exposed for the first time.
“[M]aybe you should have [kids] watch re-runs of Breaking Bad- see how that turns out,” he wrote in a Facebook post.
Bit.ly, a website that allows users to shortens URLs, released an interactive map Thursday that shows in realtime which site are most popular in every state according to bit.ly links.
UPDATED: The victims include The New York Times, Twitter, and The Huffington Post UK.
Check out the mash-up of Wolff’s contentious appearance on HuffPost Live — and its fallout.
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With less two weeks left until the election, pollsters are churning out 20 state and national polls a day — all for attention. “Politics is not a major source of income, but it is a major source of branding,” says Zogby.
Linda McMahon, running a highly controlled and closely guarded campaign, doesn’t like dealing with the press. But with $65 million, she doesn’t need to.
Outlets jockey for space, and to help shape MSNBC’s identity, on the key morning show. “Just trying out something new,” says a spokeswoman.
Do not mess with Jon Stewart. That is all.
Now that that’s over, the Huffington Post is going to liveblog the Jewish holiday of Omer.
Cute overload envisions a world where the Huffington Post finally gets with the program and starts giving people the news they really want to hear. Click through for the Nuffington Post in its full glory.
Judging by the Huffington Post’s front page this morning, the primaries have taken a turn into fiery chaos. The only candidate not fully engulfed in flames is Newt.
BuzzFeed founder Jonah Peretti, a HuffPo cofounder, recalls their brief partnership on the record for the first time. “At war with himself,” but at least it paid for the remodeling of his kitchen.
The widely followed Twitter account @HuffingtonPost has been posting homophobic and strange messages Sunday afternoon. One tweet attributes the hacking to the “New York Post.”
No, he didn’t die, because that would be Ben Folds Folds. This is actually Ben Nelson, the lone Democratic Senator from Nebraska who chose to step down.
Google+ is definitely the Aquaman of the internet.
How Huffpost uses keywords to trick search engines.
I underestimated Arianna Huffington when she launched her Huffington Post in May 2005.
AOL bought Huffington post for $315 Million.
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Getting ready for the Rally to Restore Sanity? Huff Post has already come up with a couple of awesome ideas for signs and they are encouraging readers to submit their own. As a way of restoring your own sanity, maybe you should take the day off to create one! [Editor’s Note: Don’t tell your boss BuzzFeed said so.]
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Too insidery? Perhaps, but if you’re curious about how BuzzFeed got its start, check out this interview with Jonah.
Sex tapes, affairs, Katie Couric’s booty, OH MY! Check out the most viral stories of November and indulge your inner web-perv.