Prep yourself for your future career.
Supreme Court hands down a mixed decision in a long-awaited ruling on presidential power.
Margaret Payne’s obituary tells of a pioneering university researcher and mentions in the last paragraph the famous relationship she kept proudly to herself.
Thursday was the opening ceremony and dedication for the 9/11 Memorial Museum at the World Trade Center in New York City, which opens for the general public on May 21.
“I HOPE ALL MORTALS HAVE A GAY AND JOVIAL MARRIAGE”.
The March 22 mudslide killed at least 41 people in a tiny community about an hour northeast of Seattle.
“We need salami cones. They’re so delicious.”
Stop this boomlet before it starts.
Common fact: They’re all weirdos.
Plus family photobombs with Jimmy Fallon and Jon Hamm, Bronies will not be reined in by anyone’s judgments, and SXSW fashion.
It’s Presidential, so it’s that much better.
If only our politicians were small animals instead. Absurdist comics by Jeremy Kaye!
Plus the SNL cast tearfully says goodbye to Seth Meyers, 8 of the most random secret video game characters ever, and a Redditor describes going to homecoming with Kate Upton.
Joffrey, Tyrion, and the gang help explain the convoluted Chris Christie scandal surrounding the George Washington Bridge.
The White House announced two executive actions Friday aimed at making it easier for states to provide information on those with mental illness to the federal background check system.
He said it was a “mistake” for Congress not to act on legislation tightening background checks for gun sales.
Hide yo kids, hide yo wife.
Plus 14 facts you didn’t know about Die Hard, 12 chic winter leggings, and a history of how American conservatives unsuccessfully tried to ruin Nelson Mandela.
Presidents haven’t been giving turkeys a pass for as long as you might think.
Some things never change.
Check out these slices of executive beefcake. Yum.
Smiley and West agree: A strike would be “dictatorial.”
Update: Adli Mansour was sworn in Thursday as the acting head of state.
UPDATE: Presidential Spokesman Gehad El-Haddad has tweeted that Egypt is in the midst of a “full military coup.” Mohammed Morsi says he remains committed to the idea of “roadmap” to reconciliation and a coalition government in Egypt, but he’s not going anywhere.
Someone should add “The right to be fierce as hell” into the Declaration of Independence. Thanks to Publius-Esquire for all of the filthy history lessons.