August 6, 2012
Because 99.9% of the population doesn't look like Tom friggin' Daley or Matthew damn Mitcham.
120 of the world's most interesting old maps, handpicked by expert David Rumsey.
Them's fighting words. "Inappropriate and over-the-top," says Foxman.
They are walking in an upside down water world, right??
Just follow these simple steps. The world's greatest website, ladies and gentlemen.
Italians really know how to eat in style. Plus, dinosaurs that need to be in the new Jurassic Park movie and a McDonald's staff saves a baby's life on camera.
From the Olympics to reality television, many howl — and sue! — over spoilers. But we can't get enough of them.
Did you know fire is the second safest form of travel? Thanks, textbook!
22 videos that define a decade with surprising accuracy.
The President is holding a $38,000-a-plate fundraiser with big shot movie producer Harvey Weinstein in Connecticut Monday night. According to Weinstein, the President previously pitched him on a spy movie.
The fan with the best letter to Ryan Lochte explaining why (s)he is the number-one fan of them all will get invited to "a very special event that Ryan Lochte will be part of." I'm OBVIOUSLY entering this contest.
These speaker rigs brought to you by Aperture Science. You've seen it, you can't unsee it.
It's not very big, and it might not look like much, but this photo, taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter satellite, captures the Curiosity as it's parachuting to the surface. I've never seen anything like this before.
Just in case you were curious.
Important photos ahead.
And she dyed it, so the combination makes her look like a completely different person! Plus, can Ghostbusters 3 happen if Bill Murray says no and why would Facebook shut down Selena Gomez's account?
The minute Curiosity landed this morning, NASA mission control went wild. It was touching.
Three weeks to the convention.
The LDS equivalent of "What would Jesus Do?" Enthusiastic, if not on message.
His campaign has been quietly shaped by a scramble for big chunks cash, as Obama's 2008 race was by the imperatives of small dollars. He'll find out in November whether the money was worth the time.
Now this is the Olympic spirit.
NASA's $2.6 billion rover, Curiosity, landed on Mars early Monday morning to search for life. The mission control team celebrated as the rover landed, and as the first images were broadcasted back to earth.
The local headline: "It was a bees bye for Clinton at Kamuzu International Airport." State Department confirms bees, denies "panic or fleeing."