October 10, 2013
Because sometimes you can’t keep your hands to yourself.
Essential workers on the Hill won't see a paycheck until the shutdown ends. "If this goes past the end of the month, I'm fucked," an officer said.
"I obviously supported the repeal of Obamacare and I still would like to repeal that law ... repeal's not gonna probably work when the guy in the White House is still named Barack Obama."
Ten years ago this week, California held a recall election to remove Gov. Gray Davis from office, and movie stars, a porn star, and a future congressmen lined up to take his job. Here's what they're all doing now.
More than 6,000 medallions to commemorate the start of Pope Francis's papacy bore Lesus on them.
The Golden State held a recall election in October 2003 to oust its governor. Here are some of the best moments showcasing American democracy at work.
Egyptians woke up Thursday to the news that President Barack Obama had decided to withhold millions of dollars in aid from Egypt's military.
One of the "Original 7" NASA astronauts died Thursday. "We're going to miss him," his wife said.
The Season of Roasted Food and Bottles of Red Wine has arrived. Rejoice and be glad.
They have to finish typing sometime, right? RIGHT?!
There's a lot of talk about what Twitter can do for TV. But here's what TV can do for Twitter.
Director Paul Feig explains how the sparks between four all-time great comedy duos ultimately led to Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock's pairing in last summer's hit comedy. Plus: an exclusive clip!
After years of trying to connect with new shoppers, the retailer's planned new Manhattan steakhouse, "Makers and Merchants," represents a return to its core customers.
Ace your next exam with these essential tips and tricks.
The crowd-funding site Fundrise did not believe that investments in recently shuttered Bushwick art collective 3rd Ward were a safe bet.
I have no idea how our ancestors raised kids without these things.
Some are morally ambiguous, but whatever, you're poor.
Apparently it was an act of protest.
A researcher source forwards along a photo of letter from the National Security Agency. The NSA was responding to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The FOIA request was addressed the day before the shutdown, but was sent Wednesday.
Twitter isn't for the general public — not yet at least. And it's becoming an increasing important issue as it heads towards its IPO.
Do a Google Image search for "J.C. Penney logo." The retailer says it's changing its logo again.
This was a huge year both online and IRL. Show the world how up-to-the-minute you are with these easy costume ideas.
"I really, really, really messed up," Kwame Kilpatrick said after his sentencing.
WARNING: Don't watch this before bed.
She says she gets "unapologetic pressure" from Bill and Hillary.
Because honestly, the golden age is still the best age.
The future of Twitter is all about live events, video, news, and TV. But this future depends on one unexpected thing: notifications.
Yeah, it might be time to start looking elsewhere.
He, also, has an amazing mustache.
West Fertilizer Co. is being fined for 24 workplace violations after the April 17 explosion, which began as a fire.
Whether you're dressing up from head to toe or forgoing a costume entirely, let your fingertips get in on the Halloween action.
Two of the three ex-Naval Academy football players accused of sexually assaulting a female midshipmen will face a general court-martial.
"She is a very brave woman and many others have been following her example," a friend says. UPDATE: She's been released.
Janet Yellen made history this week by becoming the first woman to be nominated to chair the Federal Reserve.
It's possible, according to a new state report. The investigation also revealed that correctional officers weren't watching the convicted kidnapper in the hours before he was found hanging in his cell.
A Local News Reporter On Live TV Accidentally Ate Cat Vomit Off The Floor And Oh My God Was It Gross
Warning: This post contains images of a man accidentally eating cat vomit on live television.
Dress to impress your most adorable audience.
Rayanne Graff doesn't deserve you, beautiful boy.
The courtship of startups by venture capital firms is the greatest love story of our time.
Malala Yousafzai, the girl who survived being shot in the head by the Taliban, has beat Edward Snowden to win the EU's Sakharov human rights prize.
Canadian author Alice Munro has won the Nobel Prize in Literature 2013.
Lon Snowden, father of Edward Snowden, has arrived in Moscow in hopes that he will see his son, who was granted asylum by the Russian government.
A woman's body found in the stairwell of a San Francisco hospital has been identified as Lynne Spalding, a patient who had been missing for over two weeks.
Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has made his first appearance in public after being kidnapped by armed men on Thursday. A former rebel group claimed responsibility for the abduction.
"Republicans in Congress say their government shutdown is an 'epic battle.' I fought in six epic battles, fighting the Nazis. Congressmen, your shutdown is not an epic battle. It's bad governance," 91-year-old veteran Redge Ranyard says. The partisan shutdown fight over veterans heats up.
Lonegan goes after Booker, Newark, and President Obama in the last New Jersey Senate debate. "The reality here is that's the kind of rhetoric that's going to drive further gridlock," says Booker.
"What the hell were you thinking?"
Dance like no one is watching, even when everyone is.
Obamacare is apparently a sign of the End Times.
Don't worry, the makers of NoDrizzyTine will have you listening to Kanye and feeling confident in no time -- maybe too confident.
Egypt experts also criticize the way the Obama administration handled the move. "We were kept completely in the dark,” a state department official says.