October 7, 2013
“I can hardly see myself returning as long as Putin stays in power,” the chess legend turned Russian opposition leader tells BuzzFeed.
We are now in the news space age.
It will be called "Makers and Merchants" and may open in summer 2014, the New York Post reports, citing anonymous sources. That would put it a block from Tommy Bahama's relatively new restaurant and flagship store.
Does a "filthy, putrid, or decomposed substance" sound like something you might be interested in eating? Most FDA staff inspecting food imported into the U.S. have been furloughed during the shutdown, so now might be your chance.
The crack that smiles back: Goldfish.
While it waits for 2016, the major pro-Clinton group takes on current battles. "There are also big priorities for our party and our country right now," the group's communications director said.
A bill that would take kids from gay parents is incubating in the Russian legislature.
You knew these animals were cute, now you'll know what to call them.
Tom Penders has been furloughed twice in the last three months, thanks to Washington's budget showdowns. "I just want to go to work and get paid. I don't know what that's so hard for people in Washington to understand."
SMH Gravity, SMH.
They've thought of everything.
You are what you eat. Jelly doughnut or lean, mean, green pepper. Your choice.
Bombings and shootings across Egypt left many wondering when the violence would end. And it left many more pointing fingers over it.
House leaders have plans for a stand-alone bill that they hope will force Democrats into negotiations.
The Secretary of State wore the traditional Balinese "endek" at dinner Monday at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum in Bali. Kerry is leading the U.S. delegation at APEC after President Obama cancelled his trip following the shutdown of the government Monday.
"If we get another chance we will definitely kill her and that will make us feel proud," members of the Taliban in Pakistan said.
Animals around the world received blessings on the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals.
Some of the nation's top retailers are predicting digital devices will be at the top of kids' wish lists this year.
One analyst has already initiated coverage of Twitter with a whopping $50 price target.
Jay Carney rejects a growing conservative meme.
Two legs bad, four legs good?
Just because you live in a frat house doesn't mean it has to smell like one. Here are some tips and tricks to freshen up your bachelor pad with little effort.
And about 15% attended the same high school.
He's a self-proclaimed Instagram-pa.
"Nothing Compares to Wrecking Ball" is the (fantasy) collaboration you never knew you needed.
According to new data, users are unlocking their phones an average of 110 times per day. Help.
Phil Falcone, already banned from the investment industry by the Securities and Exchange Commission, has settled with New York State regulators and agreed to keep his hands off Fidelity New York, an insurance company his holding company controls.
"I am only selling this guitar because my wife was affected with the government shutdown and I am trying to help with some bills," wrote one user.
Halloween is supposed to be scary, not cute. So trade in those ombrè pumpkins this year for some legit guts and gore.
"This will be copied and become the norm."
"We will take stricter measures that will help us detect gays who will be then barred from entering Kuwait," said Yousuf Mindkar, the health ministry's director of public health.
And won't retract.
Members of Congress also pay more.
Joe Mikolajczak could have canceled the billboard when his wife Marylou passed away in April, but he didn't.
The boy was alone and without a ticket, but he was able to make his way on to a flight at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Philadelphia news anchor Joyce Evans came under fire yesterday for a tweet that used a Breaking Bad reference to plug a story about a local shooting. And, of course, Twitter responded brilliantly.
Don't #starbucksdrakehands and text people.
Sometimes being geeky is the way to go. This is one of those times.
Even if you're a total makeup/face-paint novice, you can look killer in no time.
Snowden's Russian lawyer said the NSA whistleblower is considering applying for Russian citizenship.
From arm warmers to coffee cozies, these are the things you need to be making for autumn!
Because it doesn't just happen on one day.
James E. Rothman of Yale University; Randy W. Schekman of the University of California, Berkeley; and Dr. Thomas C. Südhof of Stanford University, shared the $1.2 million prize announced by the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.
AmberAlert.gov was taken offline by the shutdown. Justice Department says the service itself was unaffected.
Gunmen have killed at least five Egyptian soldiers in the Suez Canal city of Ismailiya, as a large car bomb also hits security forces building.
Two people have been killed by a bomb targeting anti-polio campaigners near a hospital in Peshawar.
Early Monday morning a typhoon struck Fuding city of Fujian province, packing winds of up to 94 miles per hour and killing at least two people, before weakening to a tropical storm.
Both sides hunker down as the government shutdown enters its second week. "They are trying to get Democrats on bad votes. The American public isn't stupid," said Rep. Keith Ellison.
The pair, who were released from an Egyptian prison after being held without charges since mid-August, were barred from flying out of the country on Sunday, Cairo airport officials said.
The renowned astrophysicist is apparently unhappy with some of the factual accuracy in the Sandra Bullock-George Clooney space-set thriller. Some SPOILERS ahead.
The young mother who was gunned down after driving into barricades near the White House on Thursday had a history of mental illness — allegedly including postpartum depression.