October 9, 2012
Malala Yousufzai has been targeted for opening a "new chapter of obscenity" in Pakistan.
Last night on WWE Raw, wrestler CM Punk turned around and punched a fan who he thought was hitting him, but the real heckler snuck away. And of course, the real heckler bragged about the whole thing to his friends over Twitter.
Andre Barnett, representing the party of Ross Perot, is also a "fitness model."
Thank you Lord.
The DOTUS (Dog of The United States) turned 4 yesterday! Let's see how he celebrated.
Campaign is from last December. Comic-Con starts Thursday.
But economists aren't celebrating just yet. Research suggests that when the economy improves, the teen birth rate could go right back up.
A sexual assault lawsuit calls Beta Theta Pi a "Rape Factory."
Because every movie would look like these.
If you do your nails at home, here's every tip you could possibly need to ensure a salon-quality manicure.
Belgrade-based designer Valentin made this GIF from Frida Kahlo's iconic 1940 painting "Self-Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird."
Oh Happy Day can help you transform your toddlers into mini artistic geniuses this Halloween. But they can't promise they'll be happy about it.
And in bad news, we will have to wait FOREVER for both Louie and Community to return. These stories and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
First there was this promo photo for the upcoming film Grace Of Monaco, and now here she is in real life all done up.
The eyes blink, the mouth moves, and it even contains a fan to keep the cosplayer inside from overheating. Plus, living alone is not the same as being lonely and lots of fall cocktails.
Sure, Mitt Romney wants to cut funding to everyone's favorite PBS characters. But the people who make sexy costumes?
She looks good, but does she look like herself? You be the judge.
The Daily Beast blogger and ardent Obama supporter has been in panic mode about the President's chances since the first debate.
Make a gaffe, and they'll waka-waka it back.
The Washington Monument opened its doors to the public 124 years ago today. Let's pay homage by celebrating America's longest running dick joke.
[Updated] Three days ago, a Northern Californian woman was murdered during a robbery. Her family's taken to the web to track down the culprit.
Would you dare to wear them? Seriously, they look like something out of Silent Hill.
I'm totally applying to the School of Liberal Arts and Monstrosities grad program.
The sportswriter has been hacked.
Workdays can be the WORST. Dinner should be conducive to laziness.
WHO MAKES THESE? Isn't the point of mannequins to entice consumers to buy clothes and not therapy?
Alternate title: Reason number 7,896 Tom Hanks is awesome.
Ever since he first hit movie screens in 1962, James Bond has been an iconic figure. But the stylistic evolution of the films' posters—from the bright colors and arched brows of the Sean Connery days to the grim and largely monochromatic Daniel Craig editions—is suggestive not only of the development of graphic design but also of just how much Bond's cultural role has changed over the years.
Submitted for the approval, of the Midnight Society, I call this post: THE TALE OF THE FORGOTTEN CAST MEMBERS. Sorry, that was horrible, but I had to.
Also his name is Bol Bol. That is some next level naming.
Dogs imitating art imitating dogs imitating people. Has the whole world gone crazy?
The Board of Elections says the form has "helped thousands of students." Segal warns of "lingering paranoia."
In a press release today, the Romney campaign cites an article that ran in The Hill prominently citing the non-partisan think tank the Tax Policy Center to hit President Obama on how his policies have effected farmers. The Romney campaign, as recently as Sunday, was calling the Center "a liberal think tank" for saying Romney's tax plan would increase have to increase taxes on lower and middle income people to pay for his plan. The Romney previously called the Center's study "just another biased study from a former Obama staffer." The Center also found that Romney's plan would increase the deficit.
Alternate title: your Halloween costumes for the next 27 years.
Julia Gillard spends 15 awesome minutes of Parliament accusing a lawmaker of sexism.
Forget the iPhone cases and tote bags Obama and Romney are hawking, 1976 was the best year for campaign goodies. Ok, so Ford lost that year, but his supporters looked good.
Laying the groundwork for a national campaign.
Somebody trolled the page description for "Teenage Pregnancy." Classy.
A long-lost set of diaries could finally confirm whether a controversial Mona Lisa prequel is real. Key word: long-lost.
Dear dreadlocked Brad Pitt, please stay forever.
In Iowa, Sesame Street characters and Republicans staged dueling demonstrations.
Dreading the mere idea of moving back home? Try looking on the bright side, because contrary to popular belief it really isn't the end of the world.
Who needs fancy post-production when you have paint? Feel free to insert your own 50 Shades Of Grey pun here.
Memoirs by comedic women television personalities have a history of topping the best seller list. Dunham's book — with a purported $3.5 million advance — will probably be no exception.
You can't high five the refs. Come on, man.
Break out the cookie cutters and a power drill. This year, that Jack-O-Lantern is gonna look fly.
New 3D laser scans of the monument are unveiling old mysteries and creating new ones. Plus, 15 "real" ghosts to hunt down this Halloween and California questions its gas price spike.
You'll be listening to the best part of a playlist and then that guy just shows up and ruins your hold vibe!
It was at Glamour's "These Girls" event which took place in New York last night.
The choice is yours, people. Do you really want to keep voting for the politicians who have been running this country into the ground?
Kevin Zegers is basically the Canadian Zac Efron, in case you didn't know.
This November, 100 percent of Americans who exercise their right to vote will be voting for a politician. But is that really sensible?
A South Carolina-Georgia football game = a wonderful surprise for the Faile family.
For the 68-year-old accused child rapist, it's essentially a life sentence. For some, that's not enough.
This was clearly the best wedding ever. All photos and descriptions from Questlove's Instagram account.
For the love of all that's holy, I hope that's a fake nun.
THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS.
As in Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks. But why?
As this presidential election draws closer, it's important to remember what really matters: your cat's
It was a fake gun, but the message could not have been worse. He also posted more photos with him holding the gun against human heads, which is also not funny. Now he has apologized for the whole thing.
It's all about Big Bird. It's not (yet) on TV anywhere, according to the television monitoring service TVEyes, but it's getting a lot of attention anyway.
So says one British magazine.
But, be prepared to have one of the worst songs possible stuck in your head ALL DAY.
I would say this is sad, but the Jets could probably use the help.
The majority leader becomes the lead attack dog. "Distaste for Romney whom he thinks lacks any foundational principles or spine."
Those are some nice-looking houses. It must suck to be hounded by the paparazzi while shopping for a new home, though.