It’s almost too beautiful.
President Obama’s executive actions don’t change the fact that thousands enter the country every year. And that means good business for companies like B.I. — which sells GPS trackers.
Angela Navarro, a Honduran immigrant with a family of U.S. citizens, has been facing deportation for more than a decade. By moving into a church in North Philadelphia, she is adding to a growing movement of immigrants seeking refuge in churches across the country in defiance of federal deportation orders.
Please pass the butter and the wooly socks.
“The Deflowering” releases the smell of vagina into the world.
Warning: techniques used in this video can be hazardous. Do not try at home.
Race you to the top of Big Ben.
“I hope other exchange operators will follow my lead, I’d like to get us all together,” said Jeffrey Sprecher during a Senate Banking Committee hearing Tuesday.
Its only kinda dangerous. Works on soda too.
Well not LITERALLY. But just wait for it.
A severe storm on Sunday dumped blankets of ice in São Paulo, Brazil. For many residents, it was the first time they had ever seen hail.
They claim officials are trying to deny the public access to important information regarding U.S. immigration practices.
Welcome to the culinary school of hard knocks.
The much loved online community isn’t without its faults.
Japanese brewery Suntory has teamed up with Japanese ad agency TBWA\Hakuhodo to offer the world’s first 3D-milled ice cubes.
For one day, 18-year-old Sam Tageson got to forget his illness and live out his dream of being an NHL hockey player.
A report on Border Patrol practices showed that agents stepped in front of fleeing cars and shot at rock throwers. The use of force guidelines released Friday show these practices are banned unless the subject poses an imminent danger of death or serious physical injury to the agent or someone else.
IMPORTANT: there is a messageboard on the Internet for people who like to chew ice.
Some men just want to watch the world burn.
Mean, hilarious, or a little bit of both? You be the judge.
After months of brutally cold weather that smashed records across the Upper Midwest, the Great Lakes have been transformed into giant ice-covered ponds.
Thousands of students spent the night at school after a snowstorm closed roads and caused gridlock throughout Georgia.
That’s what happens in subzero temperatures. Via Niccoló Bonfadini.
After numerous old photos of frozen lighthouses began circulating on the internet this week, BuzzFeed went to find out how the record cold spell truly transformed a Lake Michigan landmark.
ICE confirmed the number to BuzzFeed, and said the women were an enforcement priority, having recently crossed the border or been issued orders of final removal.
Nebraska is so cold that the water firefighters sprayed on a flaming building immediately froze and transformed the whole area into a winter wonderland.
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But they have internet access, so it’s not that bad!