October 8, 2013
A new "clean" debt limit measure drafted by Senate Democrats would extend the nation's debt ceiling through the end of 2014 and simply provide the president authority to pay the nation's debts.
"I hope you'll be as disturbed as I am at what I'm about to share," Rep. Schweikert said.
The lawsuit came after a supervisor allegedly groped and tried to kiss an intern.
Mysteries Debunked. Scores Settled. Lessons Learned.
Thousands hit the National Mall Tuesday to draw attention back to immigration reform.
There's always money in the banana stand.
The Senate Majority Leader's office Vined Republicans saying "I object" over and over and over.
This is art fit for the halls of Rivendell. Artist Jian Guo uses digital art to mimic the artistry of old world stained glass and results speak for themselves.
The best way to face your fears is to just eat them.
Supporters of immigration reform gathered on the National Mall for a rally Tuesday called “Camino Americano: March for Dignity and Respect." Organizers told BuzzFeed they expected more than 20,000 people at the rally. More than 100 people have already been arrested, including at least eight members of Congress.
Impressive costumes for the craftily challenged.
After insisting for weeks he won't negotiate with "a gun to [his] head," the president tries to give Republicans a way out. But he wants the country to know he's being the reasonable one.
Because why not?
Turns out, too much spinach can be a bad thing.
Eleven counties in Colorado will vote on whether they'd like to form their own state in November. To actually make a new state, though, you need your state government to say it's OK and Congress needs to approve it.
Carrick High School decided to cancel the Trayvon Martin Day it had scheduled during homecoming. It has been replaced with Pirate Baseball Day.
A collection of chyrons from the new Fox News Deck's coverage of the president's hour-long press conference regarding the government shutdown.
Conservatives roasted former Vice President Dick Cheney at a New York City event sponsored by the conservative Commentary magazine Monday night. Co-chairs of the program included Rupert Murdoch with roasts by Scooter Libby, Donald Rumsfeld, and Joe Lieberman.
Yelp reviews, cocktail parties, and employee-only ballet performances. Community board members push back.
Take the money you saved by making a homemade cake and put it in a therapy fund for your kid, who will be needing it in a big way for many, many years to come.
Hey atheists, just try and tell me divine intervention wasn't at play here. JUST TRY.
Weather.com's editor-in-chief explains the site's new, outrageous tone. And how everyone loves a good apocalypse.
Saudi Arabian Preacher Who Raped And Tortured His 5-Year-Old Daughter To Death Is Sentenced To 8 Years In Prison
In Saudi Arabia, a father cannot be executed for murdering his child.
Do. Not. Fart.
There's no time like a furlough to think about where your food comes from.
It's the end of the world as we know it and James Rickards, an author and senior managing director at merchant bank Tangent Capital, feels fine.
It's all fun and games until the world is overrun with the living dead. BuzzFeed got a sneak peek at the first eight pages of the spooky series.
"IF ANYTHING EVER FAILS, GO GET MORE ALCOHOL."
More than a million Rainbow Looms have been sold since a Detroit father invented the toy in 2010. Toys 'R' Us is locked in a lawsuit with his company after introducing a rival product called Cra-Z-Loom.
Such a classic.
Shares rose after the department-store company said comparable store sales fell by only 4% in September.
This fearless lady recently debuted a new buzz.
Protesters started chanting, "Whose side are you on?"
A stomach infection caused by a debilitating bacterial infection, which kills 14,000 Americans annually, is destroyed by a pill filled with poop.
Arresting the site's owner was just stage one.
As Twitter heads for its public market debut, the company is facing criticism for not having any women on its board. Here are 12 female executives we think would make excellent directors.
The Arizona Congressman also recently tweeted that the White House was trying to shut down the ocean.
Rights groups and opposition activists say the move recalls Soviet-era KGB tactics of sending dissidents to mental hospitals.
The pair have been announced as this year's recipients of the Nobel Prize in Physics.
President Putin demands an apology after a Russian diplomat was detained and "beaten" by police overnight.
The world's first malaria vaccine could be made available as early as 2015.
Stewart: "How many have signed up thus far?" Sebelius: "Fully enrolled? I can't tell you, because I don't know."
The new $100 bill goes into circulation on Tuesday. Find out how to check if your bill is legit.
Here are some words to make you sound like a pretentious jerk.
The internet loves anything related to the Anchorman franchise, but will it help Dodge sell cars?