October 5, 2013
U.S. forces targeted a senior member of Somalia's al-Shabab group, suspected of carrying out the attack on Kenya's Westgate Mall, and nabbed a senior al-Qaeda member in Libya accused of plotting a deadly attack on embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998.
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Feeling uncomfortable in your own skin? Just remember; these penguins have it worse.
Pretty funny new campaign by an Auckland bar.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Saturday its membership has reached 15 million.
The Defense Department made the announcement Saturday.
President stakes out cautious position against controversial NFL mascot. Sort of.
They just turned the most devastating childhood memory into an adorable one.
Winter is definitely coming.
This video proves travel is better with friends.
We love movies that keep us on the edge of our seats, but some can cause serious anxiety. Here are a group of films that might very well have you breathing into a paper bag to calm down.
Photographer Michael Wolf captured the oft-forgotten reality of the people behind our products.
#Governmentshutdownpickuplines is trending on Twitter and it's just as bad as it sounds.
Isn't it the best when you can dress them in whatever you want?
The greatest creative force in erotic food costumes speaks to BuzzFeed about his process and inspiration.
This time, staring Miss Alabama Katherine Webb.
A bird dad is the best kind of dad.
Sometimes the world is the absolute worst and then someone comes along and restores your faith.
The food, the sites, the culture — be prepared for the best semester EVER. Oh, and the booze is pretty good, too.
Plus, the first government shutdown R&B song.
It's against the rules in the ultra-conservative country. And nobody seems to care.
More than a dozen tornadoes tore across parts of the Midwest on Friday, causing significant damage in several towns. At least 15 people were reported injured in Nebraska as the storms raced east.
CCTV footage captured four armed shooters walking unhurriedly and talking on their cell phones during the massacre in Kenya. (Via Sky News)
Because last weekend you went to Costco. Remember how horrible that was?