September 17, 2012
The Republican leader doubled down on Mitt Romney's statements that were secretly recorded during a private event.
The right thrills to an alleged gaffe. "It only serves to excite the conservative base," says Raccio.
The al-Qaeda-linked Islam flag that declares "No God but Allah, and Mohammed is his prophet," has flown over Innocence of Muslims-related protests from Cairo to Sydney.
It is clear that Alyssa was "The Boss" of all teenybopper magazines in the '80s and '90s. You need to see these outfits to believe them.
Let's take a minute to reminisce about the best thing to ever happen to Twitter. I'll use any excuse to post some vintage @Chicky. RIP.
A heat map of the Boss's touring history. Set to music, of course.
Peeps got jokes.
At a racing festival outside London this weekend, kids learned to drive tiny cars while wearing cool hats and game faces.
Grading the weekend's fantasy performances.
She's apparently had the same "assets" for a long time.
The videos were orginally posted online in brief segments three weeks ago by YouTube user "Anne Onymous." Video researcher James Carter said he contacted the original uploader who gave the whole length of the fundraiser to David Corn of Mother Jones who has posted longer versions.
They aim to misbehave. And look cute doing it.
What an awful thing for anyone to say — especially an actor who has been out for decades! That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup.
Phantom penalties! Mistaken fumbles! An abject disregard for players' safety! Here's the best of the NFL's replacement refs in the second week of football.
Fangirling at its most delicious.
Fifty years ago, tremors in the Qazvin Province resulted in over 12,000 deaths. Also, Nature can be unnaturally beautiful and the sequel to Angry Birds was finally announced.
Aren't these photos so soothing?
Are you curious what became of the misfits from Madison Preparatory School? Check out what has become of the stars from the mid-90s cult classic.
With a long, jargon-filled whimper.
Plus, a cutting ad.
Learn from these couples who did something stupid to get themselves caught. (Not that having sex in public is necessarily smart to begin with.)
There's still another day of shows to go, but I'm pretty sure this is it.
Fab or drab?
A political move by Obama, and some trolling by Romney. "If i'd known that all it took to get him to take action was to run an ad citing his inaction on China's cheating, I'd have run one a long time ago."
Stiletto pumps and anti-frizz cream won't do when you're in the Solomon islands, where the de-facto mode of transit seems to be a boat, and the humidity always wins.
The most polarizing quarterback in the league is having one the most bizarre statistical seasons ever. But the Eagles keep winning.
Aimee Copeland wasn't expected to survive the bacteria that invaded her system after a brutal zip-line fall. But after spending four months in recovery, she's finally home.
Mitt Romney hit President Obama in a statement for taking a trade case against China to the WTO, saying it was political posturing and "too little, too late." In a 2008 forum then Senator Obama hit President Bush for being a "patsy" in negotiating deals with China and said he would shut off access to American markets if China manipulated American currency. Obama also added that the Bush Administration couldn't stand up to China while running up a "huge national debt" to China.
It's amazing how much color can change the way you look at a photo.
No, really, I mean it! Where'd you get it?
They are chilling and hard to watch. But do they do any good? God, I hope so.
Not that you asked, but 50-year-old Jim Carrey has still got it.
I thought this was a free country!
That is all. Now have a nice day.
ATTENTION BRITNEY SPEARS FANS: you are going to love this.
From a drug bust in Colombia, enough bricks of cocaine to build a white castle.
The president hit "some of these other folks," in his speech today saying he's done his own taxes. A reason the President gave for why he wants to simply the tax code The President's tax returns back until 2002, however, show they were done by a preparer.
How did this guy get behind two 49ers after last night's game?
She premiered the new 'do at a party over the weekend.
Not all of these time pieces make it easy to tell the time, but they sure look great so whatever!
Speaking today in Cincinnati, Ohio, the President hit Republicans saying they only offer tax cuts as a solution for America's problems.
The movement is much smaller. But the true believers can still cause trouble in Manhattan's Financial District.
Pokémon Black and White was inspired by New York City.
This should be done in private.
Plus $6.99 for shipping. WHY DIDN'T I INVEST IN SODA?!
We need to fill the hole left by One Tree Hill.
Many are calling Newsweek's new cover offensive and sensational. Twitter users are also now actively trolling Newsweek's #MuslimRage hashtag in protest.
Wow. A typhoon by the name of Sanba has been whipping up gigantic walls of water south of Seoul.
He's Australian. He sings. And yes, he takes off his shirt.
"It is important that stories like mine aren't used so that everything is okay for blacks," Obama said of his election as president of Harvard Law Review.
At the Goodwood Race Circuit in West Sussex, UK. Pretty hot, right?
Auditions for the new season of Idol began yesterday in New York City.
At least selling your soul doesn't leave a mark. Meet the human billboards that sold their skin to companies that don't exist anymore.
Ordinarius, a Brazilian vocal group, performs an acoustic cover of what is either one of the greatest or worst songs ever produced, depending on who you ask. It's surprisingly catchy.
My childhood and my teen years are colliding. And I like it.
Talk about sleeping with the fishes. Plus, Resident Evil sweeps the weekend box office and Lindsay Lohan doesn't like Amanda Bynes.
It's all about the pitch. Jony Ive could sell hair care products to Jony Ive.
See the first photos of Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the drug-dealing, identity-thieving felon behind Innocence of Muslims.
Certified by Guinness as the mightiest mohawk in all the land. At nearly 4 feet, there is nothing faux about it.
All the models wore Michael Jackson's costumes and were introduced by crazy Lady Gaga, one of milliner Philip Treacy's most vocal modern day champions. Here are highlights from Treacy's London Fashion Week show.
This is the most important game you will EVER play.
Social News Site Launches Vertical Geared Towards Nostalgia
Check out these first pictures of the happily married couple ... and Blake's gigantic ring!
Oh, to be 4 feet tall again.
The Cidade de Refugio in Sao Paulo was founded in 2011 by a lesbian couple.
Yes, her hat is made out of bread. And that other lady is wearing baby dolls.
That's one way to show off your goods. The only one who looked, by the way, was Kevin.
Everything I knew about music came from my hip parents until I stumbled upon the first band I could truly call my own.
Many non-Jews on Twitter are psyched that the Jewish New Year means a long weekend. Beyond that, some are a little confused about the holiday.
Poor, adorable cat. It has no idea about the family it's just been adopted into.
There is a cruise out there for EVERYONE.
After being tracked by the paparazzi on Saturday, the couple made the most of their celeb status by making signs to raise awareness for the Worldwide Orphans Foundation and Gilda’s Club of New York City.
How many of these dreamboats do you remember?
"This is going to be a base election." More God, less economy.
This is what she wore to the Philip Treacy show at London Fashion Week: what looks like an Irish step dancing costume and a wreath of flowers around her entire head.
"No truth" to rumors that he'll be ousted after Politico story.
Hi! BuzzFeed's newest vertical, Rewind, is devoted to everything nostalgic — i.e., everything old. It's going to be awesome.
... And we're so happy for them. (h/t Joe)