October 30, 2012
The latest campaign from the UK retailer will raise some hackles. The ads will certainly make many men perk up.
There's nothing more obnoxious than a fighter slapping his own face and screaming. Which is why this is awesome.
Let's take the self-love down a notch. You've been on Twitter for a day and haven't even gotten rid of your "egg" icon yet!
It should go without saying if your tap water looks like this, it is not safe to drink. Update! Most likely rust, not sewage.
The former president tied Mitt Romney's positon on global warming to Hurricane Sandy at an event in Minneapolis today.
The storm has passed New York City, but services are still on the fritz in many places. (Updated.)
Not sure if this is typical behavior for these folks, but it shows strong vision and good hustle.
Conspiracy theorist or TV-trollin' smart ass?
Atlantic City mayor Lorenzo Langford challenged Gov. Chris Christie and the media to prove that he sent mixed messages to residents about evacuating the city in anticipation of hurricane Sandy.
He looks just like his Alex Trebek parody from Saturday Night Live with it!
Brave dogs and cats receiving the loving care that they have no doubt earned.
With thousands without power, staying connected is getting difficult. Smartphones and tablets are the only news source many people have.
With some East Coast cities still flooded and 8 million left without power, reports of mayhem begin trickling in. It begins on Coney Island.
A roller coaster in Seaside Heights, NJ, spotted this morning out in the ocean. "There has been billions of dollars in damage here, I could never have imagined it," said Bill Akers, Seaside Heights mayor, this morning. Very sad.
The story of the time Zach Galifianakis giggled at himself giggling at himself.
After hours in the dark, their families aren't sure where they're headed. "A very long night."
"What they need is donations of blood and donations of money."
There's not much to say about this picture with the exception of Stacey's outfit: is it or drab?
Natural disasters can be scary to children. Luckily Sesame Street has a lot of experience talking about serious issues in ways kids can understand.
Homes were destroyed and lives were lost, but these people worried about something else.
It's titled "The Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Bynes Driving School."
He's a former hedge fund analyst, Republican political consultant, and deliberate spreader of false information.
Relief efforts are already underway across the East Coast and abroad to help people affected by the hurricane. Here's what you can do to aid those efforts, no matter where you live.
Thank you! Last night across the Northeast, first responders were running toward the sounds of chaos, risking their lives to save ours.
And now the Internet is working to unmask him.
Late Night, you're crazy.
Monday night Hurricane Sandy touched down in New York and New Jersey and wrecked havoc, causing massive flooding and millions of dollars in damage. MTA Chairman Joseph J. Lhota said of the storm, "In 108 years, our employees have never faced a challenge like the one that confronts us now."
During Sandy, the Internet spread — then crushed — rumors at breakneck speed.
It involves the words "gobble gobble jive turkey."