October 3, 2012
A response to the Obama anniversary video? All-American couple wars!
The fashion industry has made great use of social media over the last few years to give fans a window into the glamorous world it is. But now some of the business's most influential players are using it for extremely silly spats.
Reminder: 33 days until the election is over.
From Ford on the Cold War to Reagan's charm. Some of the greatest hits, show-downs, and flops from the last 50 years of presidential debates, courtesy of the Miller Center archives.
A sleepless night in Denver.
Do we really need to DIY things out of lint?
Alternate Title: Daniel Radcliffe is really horny.
I see what you did there, marketing guys. Plus, humans really wished monsters existed and your household products are trying to kill you.
Aspiring photographer Jessica Trinh has two adorable dogs named Chuppy and Daisy. They also happen to be two of the most photogenic dogs on the planet and together the three of them make stunning photos.
Look into those eyes, America.
A plan to keep it civil has backfired badly in Massachusetts. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren can’t keep their hands clean.
Fab or Drab?
See photos from Obama's time at Occidental College, where he delivered his first public speech. Plus, a scanned letter describing Chicago in 1985.
So you're online dating. For real. Here's how to move it to real life.
The Republican senator took a jab at Vice President Biden's "buried" remarks while stumping for the Romney campaign in Florida.
Yes, it's Libertarian Gary Johnson. Obama & Romney, consider yourselves challenged.
"It is breaking down," he said in a 2003 Senate debate. Too late now!
The concept of leaving a baby on the steps of an orphanage with a note pinned to their clothes had to start somewhere. Plus, crooked cement columns are freaking people out and Honey Boo Boo is moving to South Park.
Whoever controls the trains, controls the future. So, The Lone Ranger is Dune now?
After Tom Scharpling of WFMU began debating politics with ex-Love Connection host Chuck Woolery, things got real weird, real fast. It's new media vs. 72-year-old media.
Obama and Romney meet tonight in Denver.
The then-newly-elected Illinois Senator, the keynote speaker at the Harvard Law School Association Award Luncheon, spoke of the failure surrounding Hurricane Katrina saying it was caused by a "passive indifference common in our culture."
One of the many highlights from the video bomb Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity dropped on Fox News.
Gitcho unsure of whether the speech being touted in conservative media contains anything newsworthy.