August 24, 2012
The NYC-set Premium Rush is picking up solid reviews, but what if you want to see a side of the city that no longer exists? Plus 90 minutes of an angry guy literally punching holes through people.
Tampa activists say reports of possible violence are overblown. "They're afraid of anything that moves."
You have come too far. Leviathan takes us where no Mass Effect game has gone before.
Trevino's Israel views had drawn criticism at liberal paper, but both sides say that's not the reason.
How do we feel about this? On the one hand, the super deformed character design is wonky but on the other hand, it's actually funny.
Researchers aren't sure why Alzheimer's impairs women so intensely, but if they can find out, it could be key to understanding the disease.
Machines are long way from being able to automatically remove the most awful images mankind has to offer — child porn, beheadings, forced bestiality — from our favorite sites and social networks. An invisible workforce has emerged to look at it so we don't have to. (Warning: You may find this piece upsetting.)
Where do you rent what? How do you watch it? A truly useful and wonderfully terrible diagram will answer all your questions.
Ah yes, fascinating specimens. Plus, a new type of make-up that's fireproof and Celine Dion still looks amazing.
We don't live in goshdang caves anymore, so why are you cutting your food like you just discovered fire? Instead of just a knife and a cutting board, fill up your kitchen drawers with a whole array these incredibly specific items that do one thing and one thing only!
The would-be First Lady has a moment when she's greeted by thousands of supporters in her home state.
"Let's compare PAC's!" Is Tampa America's sketchiest city?
It's where the magic happens. Whether you need a new bed or just some extra storage, here are some clever ideas to turn your bed into the sanctuary it deserves to be.
Overall homicide has dropped nationwide since the 1990s, but mass shootings haven't declined. Instead, crime data reveals a series of valleys and spikes — and there's good reason to suspect we're seeing a spike right now.
What happens when you put a 275-pound center on a folding chair? This.
Shut up and take my money. India's fashion designers brought a wide range of styles with the common theme of combining patterns and textures.
An aide says it wasn't supposed to be a crack about Barack Obama's birth certificate, it just came out that way.
In a very even-toned, kind way. Bill Nye argues for teaching evolution in American schools.
"Nobody ever has to see my birth certificate. They know this is the place where I was born and raised." Whoops.
Friday Favorites is back, with a funny German commercial.
Rep. Joe Heck strongly denies the charge and tells BuzzFeed that "anyone perpetuating a story like this ... demeans the pain that so many victims of domestic violence experience and the courage it takes to confront it."
R.I.P. Solly. What should've been a feel good story about saving a hippo ended in tragedy.
The most recent collapse comes only ten months after construction finished. Plus, find out what k-pop hit Gangnam Style is about and how Prince Harry's scandal is affecting the British media.
Drawing a contrast with Obama, and an attempt to humanize the Republican.
He also joked that to avoid scandal, convention attendees might want to refrain from "naked texting" and "making offensive remarks about women."
No speaking slot, but the longtime Congressman will get a video tribute on Tuesday night. Will it placate his people?
YG Network, founded by former aides to Eric Cantor, name their convention space after the wife of Republican super donor Sheldon Adelson.
Behind the numbers behind the statistics.