October 24, 2012
The final weeks of the campaign have begun and the seventh seal has broken. Also, America's chickens are coming home to roost.
Pull these easy looks together using things you already have in your closet or lying around the house. Bonus: these are all cheap and environmentally friendly.
Democrat Howard Berman's campaign releases new robocalls of colleagues calling Rep. Brad Sherman an "embarrassment." Just when you thought Berman-Sherman couldn't get uglier.
Tennessee Republican who pressured mistress to have an abortion finds himself under increased scrutiny just weeks before election.
Want to remix other people's work? Here's how you can do it, publish your work, and protect yourself from a lawsuit.
A study shows humans think they can.
And why, in the lady's own words.
There are some places this seasonal treat just doesn't belong and lasagna is one of them.
Okay, so it's for a movie but still.
If the election is a tie, Nebraska's biggest city is one of the only places that could break it.
That headline is a trick because all salt pigs shaped like pigs are the best.
"I don't blame that baby for crying. She just realized what it means if Romney gets elected."
It's a long campaign.
Start-up Art.sy is making a play for online art market by introducing an art discovery tool. But it only pays galleries, not individual artists. What disruption does — and doesn't — look like in the art world.
The President hit Mitt Romney for flip-flopping today on the campaign trail in Iowa saying you can look at videotape of his past positions and not see flip-flops. The President, however, has engaged in his own of political gymnastics as well.
"We were supposed to win." Yeah and your parents weren't supposed to film this and put it online, but sometimes the world disappoints.
Worlds are colliding.
Pumpkin truffles! Candy corn Rice Krispie treats! This holiday is going to be the tastiest!
Are battery-operated accents breaking into the mainstream? The Makey Awards might not be the Oscars, but I bet this trend starts cropping up on the red carpet.
Maureen Stemberg is going after the Republican in court in Boston today.
He even gives a timeline for his demands, like any decent movie villain.
A $5,000 contribution to the conservative's bid in June. Since his remarks about rape Tuesday night, Republicans — and the Romney-Ryan campaign — have backed away from the Senate candidate.
Who's spending $880 Million on television for the presidential election.
The new Lakers point guard continues to show that he's one of the funniest players in the league.
It's a great big universe, and we're all really puny. VISTA put together this staggering nine gigapixel photo with 84 million stars and counting.
Everyone was dressed to the nines but still couldn't be bothered to let an old lady have their seat.
The NHL is the Pabst Blue Ribbon of professional sports leagues.
A source lets BuzzFeed in on a campaign mystery: It's a spray tan. "It's not like Mitt Romney can go chill out on a beach right now; he needs a quick fix."
This is what it was really like.
A twisting, rolling cloud of smoke, hundreds of thousands of light years wide. Each second of this video represents 98,540,145 years.
It's a Lord of the Rings Barad-dûr/Eye of Sauron wedding cake. It is tall and impressive.
"Neither of them talk about catastrophic climate change and neither of them talk about poverty," Justice Party candidate Rocky Anderson says of Obama and Romney.
A report Tuesday shows the White House was informed of a militant group claiming responsibility for the attack two hours after it occurred.
King was trying to get the four main third party candidates debating in Chicago on Tuesday to stay on the topic of drug policy. It came out kind of funny.
He wants a pair of McCaskill stories covered. The Post-Dispatch assures: "If there's a story there, you can be sure we'll run with it."