You little romantic, you…
The three-year-old had shown signs of life prior to a church service but doctors have confirmed she passed away, according to reports.
So what the f**k do you want to say?
*Books plane tickets*
Find out what puts the the thrilla’ in Manila.
Ever tried intestines?
Make eggs, not war.
Esther Honig’s single self-portrait became a mosaic of “the perfect woman” as seen in vastly different cultures.
Duck embryos, chicken feet, and live octopus. Watch Americans try these amazing Asian delicacies for the first time.
Perhaps the original Lea in the pantheon of Broadway stars.
There’s more than just potatoes…
In Batanes, the northernmost islands of the Philippines, a small indigenous population routinely survives the most violent storms in the world. But in an era of unprecedented weather disturbances, can centuries-old methods of adaptation survive modernization and economic struggle?
The heat is on.
No, really…they honestly, actually, literally drive nails through their hands and feet. WARNING: Graphic images, obviously.
Featuring the Chuck Norris response to Jean-Claude Van Damme’s epic split, an inspiring account of one filmmaker’s Typhoon Haiyan relief effort, and perhaps the most perfect and wonderful flying cat video the world has ever seen.
The #WhipIt campaign encourages women to “whip” away the labels that hold them back professionally.
Houssam Hammoudi traveled across the world in search of his fiancée, Grace.
In Tacloban, Philippines, the city hit hardest by Typhoon Haiyan, a chapel now acts as a neonatal intensive care unit, the Associated Press reports.
DigitalGlobe has provided satellite images of Tacloban City before and after the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan.
The super typhoon hit the Philippines with 195 mph winds and a 20-foot high wall of water that killed more than 2,300 people.
Filipino survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan asked photographer John Javellana to share their pictures on Facebook and Twitter to help find their friends and family.
“People are dirty, hungry, and thirsty,” one shop owner in Tacloban said. “A few more days and they will begin to kill each other.”
The full scale of the disaster in the wake of Super Typhoon Haiyan is still being assessed, but the initial reports are already horrifying.
A food truck from the Red Cross had to turn back after it was nearly hijacked by hungry people. UPDATE: The official death toll reaches 1,744 in the Philippines.
“Our thoughts and prayers go out to the millions of people affected by this devastating storm,” the president said in a statement on Sunday.
More than 10,000 are feared dead in the Philippines. Warning: graphic images.
The category 5 typhoon was one of the strongest storms in recorded history.
Updated: Some reports put the death toll as high as 10,000.
There’s more to seafood than tuna and salmon.