August 7, 2012
But only in the Philippines. Apparently they've been getting this seasonal favorite in secret for years.
A federal judge has ordered Google and Oracle to reveal any bloggers on their payrolls commenting on Oracle vs Google. But the constitutionality of the order is already being debated. [Updated]
Upload a photo of yourself and try on a gold medal or Ryan Lochte's glasses. And then pose with the Queen.
In 1768, the British government sent the ship the HMS Romney to Boston Harbor to enforce the Townshend Acts, a series of taxation laws against the American colonies that led to the Boston Tea Party and the American revolution. The ship impressed American sailors, seized a ship belong to John Hancock, and served as a refuge for tax officials from angry mobs.
Tony Leggett, a self-described "international inspirer, life coach, and psychic healer/advisor" has taken to doing hand readings of all the presidential candidates. Election over.
A hole in Photobucket's privacy has made it so that private albums can be accessed with little work. This hole has remained open for at least 5 years.
Take THAT, laws of physics. What we see as a sweet summer treat should be impossible.
Or the beginning, I suppose. Also, soon it might be legal to have more than two parents and Dr. Seuss made print ads before moving on to books.
Not inside: Does Phallic Imagery Sell More Magazines?
Obama Received Praise From Republicans For Helping Implement Welfare-To-Work In The State Senate In 1997
A new ad from the Romney campaign hits President Obama, alleging the President gutted the Clinton administration's welfare reform bill from 1996. As a State Senator in 1997, President Obama received praise from Republicans for his help in implementing the welfare-to-work requirements at the state level.
Not everyone was excited about Curiosity's flawless landing. An easy way to shut down naysayers on your social media platforms.
Getting on the "right side of history" — and of the demo. Shep Smith isn't the only one on the barricades any more.
I've been covering the Obamas for five years for the New York Times, watching their transformation from promising Chicago couple to President and First Lady of the United States. Here are a few surprising things I learned about them, from my book "The Obamas," out in paperback this week.
Team USA's Andre Iguodala confused everyone yesterday by rejecting himself.
While Afghan patients at the U.S. military's "crown jewel" medical facility in Kabul lived in horrific conditions, American and Afghan commanders pushed a relentless public relations campaign to make it look like a success. Warning: Extremely graphic content.
Jason Feifer tracked down a woman whose photo is being used, without her knowledge, as the face of countless Twitter bots. Her response, after Feifer explained what a bot is: "It's kinda of creepy, to be honest with you. The whole thing." Yep.
No dog was harmed in the making of this hairstyle unless you include loss of dignity. Plus chivalry can't be dead if it's a myth and Ryan Lochte loves bling in all its forms.
According to Senator Rob Portman's 1985 foreign agent registration form, while working as a lobbyist at the firm Patton, Boggs, and Blow, Portman was a registered foreign agent on the behalf of the Republic of Haiti. In 1985 Haiti was ruled by the notorious Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier, who was overthrown by a uprising in 1986. Update In June, Portman's staff provided ABC News a 2005 signed affidavit from the Democratic managing partner of Patton Boggs, that says Portman did not represent foreign entities during his time at the lobbying firm in the 1980s.
Threatening the President is a federal crime. Twitter guy @a_girl_irl unearthed these alarming statements.
Curiosity has sent back its first full-color image from Mars. So, what filter do you think it's using? I'm guessing Amaro, but the frame is more like Hefe. (Sorry, NASA.)
A new ad from the Romney campaign hits President Obama for changes to the Clinton welfare reform law. As a state senator in Chicago, Obama often voiced opposition to the bill.
So, Lewis time traveled and stole Lincoln's skin? Because that is one fine impression.
High-profile surrogates are, as usual, totally out of control. Bad memories from the Clinton war room.
Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty is often mentioned as a shortlist candidate to be Mitt Romney's running mate. Two potential drawbacks: Pawlenty balanced Minnesota's budget by raising state fees — and in one 2002 clip said he will "outsource" to save the state government money.
Before, during, or after the bus tour? Yes.
The elder Romney released his tax returns to George Harris in 1966. A governor who "discovered the benefits of openness" in the auto industry.