August 14, 2012
Helena Bonham Carter only plays one type of character. With each new film based on Charles Dickens work, it becomes clear he kind of hated humanity.
Contact paper is an inexpensive and easy way to revamp furniture. It's also the perfect way to redecorate if you live in a rental where you aren't allowed to paint to your own liking.
Obama spokeswoman Jen Psaki defended Vice President Joe Biden's remark that "[Republicans will] put y’all back in chains" on the grounds that "the Republicans in Congress and Mitt Romney himself often use the phrase 'unshackling'."
Researchers have been trying to make the robots from Disney's "Hall of Presidents" even more real — i.e., ghoulish. The trick is a new process called "physical face cloning." And you will feel some creeps watching this video.
W. Kamau Bell reflects on rising from Bay Area niche favorite to nationally-broadcast Chris Rock protegé with the help of social media.
Online dating can be hugely distracting. But at least focus for the two minutes it takes to write a message.
But can his good-natured identity survive the white-hot national spotlight? "Peel past the likability, peel past how cute he is and young and energetic he is," advises a Capitol Hill frenemy.
How did that game outsell Metroid? Plus, really really bad amateur pin-up photos and new ways to get your caffeine fix.
In a bid to win Eastern Ohio, the Republican has become the world's biggest coal fan. Doesn't think it "kills people" anymore.
Obama himself attacks Romney for putting a dog on his roof. The RNC responds: Obama ate a dog.
Lifestyles of the rich and the famous, heh? NSFW-ish.
"Mann Vs. Machine" turns the basic premise of the game on its head.
If you're looking for another glossy Jedi game, keep on moving. LucasArts is about to get gritty with a look at what life is like for regular guys with guns.
"F-Bomb," "Sexting" and more. Also blame Dick Cheney and Joe Biden. These are but a few of the new additions to the 11th edition of Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary.
Perhaps casual Joe was a little too loose on the stump today. Editor's note: Biden clarified his remarks at a campaign stop in Virginia.
The dog kidnapping business is freakin' dangerous. Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell, and Sam Rockwell really shouldn't have taken Woody Harrelson's Shih Tzu.
Bill and Melinda are wielding their foundation's massive wealth to solve one of the world's most under-discussed problems.
Romney and Obama impersonators come along for the ride.
CNBC's Tea-Party-starter was asked what he thought of Paul Ryan's not-so fiscally conservative votes during his time in Congress. His answer? "You take what we can get."
There's a veritable cornucopia of variety right under your feet. Plus, Facebook caves under censorship accusations and the founder of Crocs got arrested.
There's this famous quote from early Intel engineer, Tim May: "National borders aren't even speed bumps on the information superhighway." I'm pretty sure this isn't what he was envisioning.
This photo provided to BuzzFeed by the Miami University chapter of Delta Tau Delta shows Paul Ryan as an upper classman at the southern Ohio school.
The Obama campaign often attacks Mitt Romney for his running mate's plan to reform Medicare for those 55 and under, while lacking a clear plan of their own. In this February 2005 clip, newly-elected Senator Obama attacked George Bush for not taking on Medicare reform as President.
This photo from the AP has not been doctored in any way.
No answer on Medicare, and no salsa music. Romney seems to want Ryan, but not the Ryan plan.
In separate ads group hits House Democrats over Senate tax plan while backing GOP support for full extension.
The internet has plenty of theories about who Romney's choice for VP looks like. Here's a few of them.
Thomas "Tres" Caffall, who police say killed two people and injured at least three more in Texas today, left a long online trail. His interests were scattered, including firearms and video games, Glenn Beck and Shakespeare.
Jim Messina, Obama's tough as nails campaign manager in Chicago, gets as close to profanity as he can in a fundraising email: "You might be wondering why the hell Romney picked this guy."