October 17, 2013
Some Brooklyn residents think he was too misogynistic and fat. Others are fighting to honor the Brooklyn-born performer who many consider the best rapper of all time.
Oh, yea, that thing over in the Middle East.
Diddy went to Bloomberg today for a charity event and used a Bloomberg Terminal. Mo' money, mo' monitors.
A startup you've never heard of sold out the Staples Center to fans of a franchise you've never played. The enormously weird and weirdly enormous cult of League of Legends.
The fight in Washington over funding the government may be over for now, but the political fallout for GOP incumbents has only just begun.
It'd be pretty fakakta not to.
He tells BuzzFeed he is being thrown under the bus to help oust an assistant police chief who has made enemies in the force for scrutinizing overtime abuses.
The group Queer Montenegro plans a pride march for October 20, just three months after the Balkan nation's first pride march ended in violent protests.
There may be a reason why Americans don't know very much about international news. The U.S. editions of Time magazine are often a little...different from the ones that go out to the rest of the world.
Take notes, new and expecting parents.
Teal Media was founded by a former member of Obama's campaign design team. The firm says it took down all reference to its work on HealthCare.gov "in consultation" with the administration. Update: Teal Media put Heathcare.Gov references back on their website following this report. The firm did not respond to a request for comment on the changes.
Meanwhile, one of Google's core important metrics, cost-per-click, continues to fall. But its overall advertising volume appears to be increasing.
Tools for surviving the third circle of hell in parenting.
The clues have always been there, it's just taken until now to find them.
Super spooky. And cheap too!
If you've never dipped a Ritz cracker into a turkey-shaped cheese ball in front of a football game on Thanksgiving then you've got some living to do.
Low-carb doesn't have to be boring. It's amazing what you can do with a food processor, a head of cauliflower, and some cheese.
There are trolls, and then there's Todd Kincannon. Trigger Warning.
Even more rapprochement between Beck world and FreedomWorks.
Cinnamon dolce oatmeal?? OK, I want that.
Our long national nightmare is over.
As American and European officials celebrate what they call a breakthrough in talks with Iran over its nuclear program, Israel is left on the sidelines.
The New York Court of Appeals has decided to hear the sugary-soda ban case.
Tests to leave you salivating for more.
"He lifted seven guys up and tried to bite them," says Bay. This is not a story for The Onion, promise.
When will you be on CNBC again? #inflation
Because the people of Los Angeles only *seem* super chill.
None are available to stream legally. And just three are available for paid digital rental.
That Lo-Fi filter turns everything into a goddamned bloody mess.
Oh my god, it even has a typo. (h/t @nycsouthpaw)
1% of Park Slope parents seem to have it all. The other 99% are seriously pondering a move to Kensington after another crappy co-op shift.
How many "regular" beers does it take to get the same punch as these monsters? The answers might surprise you.
Gohmert ally Beck coming to the Texas Congressman's defense.
Daniel Zamudio, a 24-year-old gay man, was beaten unconscious and had swastikas carved into his skin in the fatal 2012 attack. His death led to the passage of a hate crime law in Chile and energized LGBT rights movements across Latin America.
Well, not exactly. Here are some common arguments pundits make to claim Apple is on the decline, and why they aren't entirely true.
Why bother with a store when they can bring it to your door?
Because every night should be Italian night.
Lots of talk of balls and RINOs.
Kenyan native Lupita Nyong'o makes her stunning feature film debut in director Steve McQueen's highly acclaimed chronicle of American slavery. How she got to this point is itself a Hollywood-friendly tale that is equal parts perseverance and great good fortune.
The president tells Congress to ignore "the bloggers" and come together.
Golf, golf, and more golf.
Next time you wish you had 38 million followers, don't. Warning: NSFW language.
The Newark mayor is about to go from hands-on executive to lowest-ranking member of the country's slowest moving deliberative body. "He will have an awe-struck moment of frustration at some point."
It must be said.
The bank's revenues are down 20% from a year ago thanks to "a period of slow client activity,” said CEO Lloyd Blankfein.
The government shutdown has ended, and the National Zoo's Panda Cam will be back today. The Smithsonian Museum will also reopen today, with the National Zoo will reopening tomorrow, Oct. 18.
A car bomb in northern Iraq has killed at least 13 people in an ethnic minority village.
"The Constitution would not have been written by Freemasons. They go against God!"
Why the battle in January could be much worse than the one that just ended.
"I could have written this story from day one. If you follow the Cruz plan, you end up exactly where we are," Rep. Adam Kinzinger said.
The Newark mayor beats Republican Tea Party candidate Steve Lonegan in the off-year special Senate race. Booker won't arrive in Washington until the state has officially certified the election results.
After the Senate votes to reopen the government, President Obama tries to move on from weeks of crisis.
Prepare to have your reality shattered.
The most influential group of immigration advocates do not want to be a political pawn.
Congress passed a bipartisan bill Wednesday to end the partial government shutdown after 16 days and avoid default. President Obama quickly signed it into law.