October 11, 2013
Sometimes your body just doesn't cooperate.
Zuckerberg allegedly dropped $30 million to buy up houses around his home, a source told the San Jose Mercury News Meanwhile, Facebook users will lose the option to remain unsearchable on the social network.
The world is full of mysteries. Horrible, unsettling mysteries.
"Our dear politicians have gone mad with homosexual desires," lamented Gennady Valutsè of the religious conservative group ProOrtodoxia.
Adorable family Halloween costumes are the only reason to procreate.
Starting Saturday, lottery winners won't be paid until the shutdown ends.
This is the second migrant ship to sink in the Mediterranean this month.
Gosling and Gaga and Ke$ha, oh my!
There's no better feeling than coming home after a long day to a great dinner that you've already made. Way to go, slow cooker. Way to go, self.
By turns moving and absurd, these coming-out moments from TV shows and movies made us feel a little better about getting there ourselves.
So many lonely songs. Won't you help them?
"I want the life I had back," — Huda, 11.
House Speaker John Boehner disagrees.
"Holding events linked with the discussion of sexual minority issues in places the public can visit openly is a provocation that morally harms children," wrote Moscow's security office, threatening to arrest participants in a rally planned by controversial LGBT activist Nikolai Alexeyev.
After a meeting with Maryland Congressman Elijah Cummings, Robert Benmosche said that he had "unintentionally trivialized a horrible legacy of our country. That was the opposite of my intent." But his new remarks are consistent with what he's been saying about the AIG bonuses since he took over in 2009.
During a press-only sneak peak at MSNBC's soon-to-be launched new website, network president Phil Griffin had plenty to say.
A group of gun lobbyists have declared Dec. 14, 2013 as "Guns Save Lives Day." UPDATE: Organizers moved "Guns Save Lives Day" to Dec. 15, one day after the anniversary of the Sandy Hook school shooting.
The big losers: shareholders and employees.
"What inspires me is finding out how to use MagLev trains to get resources to the moon."
Gorgeous art for a gorgeous series.
When you can't be Facebook for the fourth consecutive year.
LGBT men and women embraced by their loved ones and community.
Having all of this unlimited money is so hard.
Seriously, why does your body do that?
Yes, in fact, there is such a thing as uninspirational quotes.
There are rules to stuffing your face, you know.
Malala Yousafzai, the favorite to win the Nobel Peace Prize, would have become the youngest laureate to date. "In Pakistan I was Malala, simply Malala."
A backlash for complaining about a lack of towels while government workers are furloughed.
General Abdel Fatah Al-Sisi claims he doesn't want to run for to president. Then why does it look like he's running a carefully coordinated media campaign?
Keep your toes toasty this fall with cute DIY footwear.
It's the first truly mobile, online-only bank.
Or 6 ways to make your friends and family go viral.
La gueule de bois ? Ces chiens vous comprennent.
The Tea Party senator jokes that the activists are "paid political operatives" sent by the Obama administration.
Halloween is fast approaching, and everyone will be judged based on their decorations. These houses obviously win forever.
Some are saying he was "bullied to death" by school administrators.
My fellow earth lovers, we have a new leader and her name is Shailene.
The good ole days.
Huge legal costs do what the financial crisis couldn't.
Canadian filmmaker John Greyson's family feared he would die in an Egyptian prison if it were known he was gay, so his partner of 17 years went back in the closet.
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons wins the Nobel Peace Prize over Malala Yousafzai. The 16-year-old Yousafzai was the favorite to win.
The tea party group had to take out a $1 million line of credit, and its fundraising efforts have tanked this year, sources say. FreedomWorks dismisses the accusations as claims made by "bored former employees."
"No support until they solve debt ceiling and shutdown in an appropriate fashion. The implications for 2014 are real and very troubling," warns Wylde.
"I don't really know what to expect for my trip," Myunghee Bae says.
"This is the intersection of a stupid train running into a dynamite pile of stupid," the D.C. Central Kitchen's development director said.