October 1, 2013
The Republican candidate for mayor of New York City accuses the frontrunner of a Rose Garden campaign. “This is reminding me of Where’s Waldo?”
He's that guy who was on SNL who said "Makin' copies." Oh, and he was the "You can do it" guy in The Waterboy.
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Stephen Stokols and his company, FreedomPop, want everyone to have a smartphone. With a free plan, that is.
"Hey, do you come here often?"
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Yes On D will air an ad Tuesday and formally launch its campaign Thursday.
This morning, comedian John Hodgman tweeted that young people should sign up for Obama's Affordable Care Act. He then received and retweeted dozens of intense personal stories about illness and health care.
Joe Lhota says the fight over Obamacare "loses the forest for the trees." Using congressional tea partiers as a foil in the race against Bill de Blasio.
"Ted Cruz is to blame, and those in the House who stand with him have brought about this train wreck," he said.
This is not a dream. This is real life.
What a government shutdown means is "nonessential" government services are no longer being provided. Some agencies will be able to survive for a few weeks based on leftover money, but the longer this goes on, the less they'll be able to do.
Think blue eyeshadow, puka shells, and "The Rachel."
Carl Icahn gave a post-game report on last evening's dinner with Apple CEO Tim Cook on CNBC this afternoon. It was...interesting.
"I've never been, but witnesses say it's very nice," Sergei Naryshkin said, defending the climate for LGBTs in Russia.
The New York Daily News still knows how to do it.
You can't sit with us, Ted Cruz.
Can one universe handle this much snark? Potential League members must be able to kick ass and cut a biting retort at a moment's notice.
We asked scientists.
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The surge in violence in Iraq has been linked to the rise of Islamist extremist groups fighting in Syria. (WARNING: Disturbing images)
House Republicans "demanded ransom just for doing their job," the president said from the White House on Tuesday. "That's not how adults operate."
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“I’m extremely disappointed that instead of working together to pass a reasonable funding solution, Congress has placed this burden on hard-working Americans," Rep. Tulsi Gabbard laments. Here in Hawaii, Volcano National Park is shut down.
Stories of women entering Syria on a "Sex Jihad" have taken the media by storm. But are any of them actually true?
How tech companies gave up on the ones that love them most.
Everyone knows candy is the most important part of Halloween, so store yours with style.
Roasted vegetables, welcome back to the regular dinner rotation.
A blow to Centre College is felt by Deutsche Bank. The college administrators won't talk — but Bob Brockman is "furious."
President Obama signed a bill ensuring members of the military will be paid during the government shutdown, but here are some other effects of the shutdown.
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey is expected to tackle the controversy surrounding the George Washington Bridge lane closures in his speech Tuesday.
If memory serves, WWII veterans have a bit of experience with storming a place and holding their positions.
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"I’m hoping that Chelsea will see it, or know word of it, and that will just be some light and some comfort in her darkness, you know?"
Fox News contributor, and frequent O'Reilly Factor guest host, Laura Ingraham told the team at Fox & Friends that Republicans will cave on the government shutdown after TV camera crews start broadcasting "sob stories" from military veterans.
The Internet: 1, John Boehner: -1000. Although now you have John Boehner's head on Miley Cyrus' body haunting you till the end of time.
And maybe all videogames, ever.
HOUSE OF TURDS.
"Did you see the Giants game on Sunday?" he said. "They lost 31-7. Do you know what the Giants didn't say after that game? 'If you don't give us 25 more points by midnight on Monday, we will shut down the fucking NFL.'"
The government shutdown has been almost three years in the making. "I think this might be what finally brings us back from the brink of insanity," said one GOP congressman.
Democratic Congressman John Larson of Connecticut had harsh words for Republicans on the House of Representatives floor early Tuesday morning following the government shutdown.
Twitter went crazy in the hours before the government shutdown. Here's what you missed.
"The fact that they're being treated the same as the workers is a step in the right direction."
The commander-in-chief's message to the troops as the government shuts down: "You and your families deserve better than the dysfunction we’re seeing in Congress." The message was broadcast on Armed Forces Television at midnight Tuesday.
"Make him an offer he can't refuse."
Hey, it's been a long day.
What were they thinking?
The president insists that when it comes to the Affordable Care Act, Republicans "can't shut it down." But the government shutdown could seriously impede the law's implementation.
Five hikers caught in a rock slide were killed Monday in the mountains of Chaffee County, Colorado. An injured girl was rescued but the others could not be reached.
On the House floor Monday night, Speaker Boehner reenacted a phone call he got from the president earlier in the evening. He then did a very brief Obama impression.
If anything is going to tell you how to live your life, it better have frosting on it.