October 9, 2013
Riding in a car is stressful, but it's better when you have a friend by your side.
Robbie Amell and Peyton List sat down with BuzzFeed to talk teleporting, and being unnaturally hot. The Tomorrow People premieres tonight at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on The CW.
You kids look groovy.
15 Reasons Why The Russian Adaptation Of "Winnie The Pooh" Is Undeniably Better Than The American Version
Vinni Pukh is greatly superior and you are wrong to think otherwise.
The Drunk Woman Who Attacked Her Neighbor With A Sword After Watching "Braveheart" Leads The Daily Links
Plus a 75 million dollar offer to prolong Breaking Bad, getting to know the man behind #starbucksdrakehands, and an actual sword attack inspired by Braveheart.
From Air Force One to the USS Enterprise.
Your old camera fixed your red-eye, and Instagram fixed your photos. A new class of apps promises to fix you.
A.B.C. Always. Be. Closing.
Here's what happened today!
Including "do not talk about babies' eyes" in Iran.
Costume changes! New powers! Even a death! And that's just ONE of them.
Does that skirt come in pant form?
On this day in 2013 (TODAY) Lena Dunham milked a cow and it changed the world forever.
Fox News' The Five host Greg Gutfeld made a joke about the president's middle name.
Do these fucking things, and you'll be a fucking ad star.
But it's a field that still struggles with gender parity.
Life is just so unfair.
You are not ready for this.
"The United States continues to support a democratic transition and oppose violence as a means of resolving differences within Egypt," state department spokesperson says.
We know you're "so blessed." No need to rub it in.
The world's most wonderful athlete power couple has been born.
"I feel like, for me personally, I’ve lost two people," the Glee star says in her first revealing interview since the death of her co-star and boyfriend, Cory Monteith. She also opens up about "The Quarterback," Thursday's episode that pays tribute to Monteith and his Glee character.
Everyone needs to be reminded of this spectacular moment. And 5, 6, 7, 8!
When all you want is to drink from a fountain of melted chocolate and french fries, here are some healthy alternatives that don't taste like cardboard.
What happens when your favorite song meets New Orleans Bounce music? Awesome happens, that's what. (Warning: Offensive language.)
Wouldn't it be cool if the Washington football team's name was awesome instead of embarrassing and racist? Here's 11 powerful arguments in favor of "The Washington Hogs."
I'm so sorry I just winked at you.
“It’s not terribly clear to me that my actions were explicitly done for ‘peace,'" she wrote in a statement after discovering a peace award was accepted on her behalf.
Really good work, human race.
Truth and time will tell all.
The security picture has changed dramatically since the "innocent '90s," say current and former Park Service employees. Now there's a fear among the rank and file that the 2013 shutdown has politicized park rangers forever.
Gravity proves that sometimes, it really is worth seeing a movie in 3D, but those movies are few and far between.
It's going to be OK, guys. We'll make it through this together.
And honestly, I can't think of anyone better for the job.
Parenthood: No blinking matter.
Do you remember what happened 10 years ago?
Janet Yellen Nominated For Federal Reserve Chair, Would Be First Woman In History To Hold The Position
President Obama has named her to replace the departing Ben Bernanke.
"Sorry I'm late, traffic was craaaazy."
The Minnesota congresswoman said she doesn't take SNL sketches personally.
"I'm not wearing any underwear."
And Jack Morris' mustache is still outstanding.
As the bodies of four soldiers returned to the United States Wednesday, their families wait for death benefits to be restored.
Icon overload begone.
The story of Twitter will be revealed in Nick Bilton's book, coming out later this year. But, what about the inevitable movie?
Warning: This video contains dad tears.
As if your childhood could get anymore charming.
Because they make you feel ALIVE.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said President Obama knows how Obamacare's website, Healthcare.gov, works, but he doesn't know if the president has personally gone on it.
The U.N. Human Rights Commission ruled that France had violated the man's religious freedom by forcing him to remove his turban for his passport photograph.
Nothing says BFFF like matching pizza necklaces.
Claims Native Americans support the D.C. name.
Never has bald been more beautiful. Can you guess who's who?
Citing Obamacare's glitchy website, the CNN host said the Obama administration should accept Republican advice and delay Obamacare for a year.
Or at least ... the things you wish you could upgrade. Because I hate you, Ikea salad spinner.
Sorry but: You need to check the armpits.
California Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer that he got his facts from Forbes and that it's a "very small number."
If you don't know, now you know.
An Employee At A Bar In Texas Learned Why You Shouldn't Joke About Domestic Violence On A Sidewalk Sign
Because you'll get fired. You'll get fired almost immediately.
The One Direction bandmate was not happy to have his butt touched by a stranger.
Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels seem to be relishing their reunion. You fellas been doing a bit of boozing, have you?
Banksy's latest artwork shows three horses wearing night-vision goggles on the side of a box truck.
If only it was real...
Look at that hat!
You're a very strange person. Just like everyone else.
He's a real American hero, if you ask me.
Everything is a matter of perspective. Especially in the movie business.
"A mysterious stranger arrives in a low income neighborhood and captures the imaginations of the children who live there." Wearable computing metaphors: They are dangerous.
The government shutdown is crushing consumer confidence and making it harder for retailers to plan their businesses. The National Retail Federation says more than 10% of Americans work in retail and related fields.
I went into my coming-out process wanting screams, golden reality-show moments, and a story of two best friends making it together. What happened was quite the opposite.
In honor of the 200th episode of the Shonda Rhimes ABC medical drama on Thursday, Oct. 10, we've looked back on some of the sage advice we've gained from Meredith Grey and Co. through the years. (Beyond that being a mistress gets you a husband and two adorable children.)
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
Taxation Without Representation, except in the District of Columbia.
Easily, the coolest endorsement ad ever.
The real consequence of their separation is that we won't be getting any more of these beauties.
It's a nickel atom made from the many faces of Nicholas Cage. There-will-be-toast wins the internet today.
Just imagine a post-Leveson world where a fearful press simply parroted the government line. Unthinkable.
Fear of Phone (FoP) is an increasingly widespread symptom of a text-only age. But what are we losing along the way?
In its battle with Facebook to control live conversations around TV, Twitter just took a massive leap ahead of its nemesis. It has announced a monster deal with Comcast that will give it direct access to your TV set-top box from a tweet.
"Our goal is to cut spending, not to shut down the government," Boehner said at the time.
The University of Delaware is so much more than a random exit off of 95. It's a way of life.
She does look awesome in purple.
It is so much more than just a scent.
The 16-year-old Noble Peace Prize nominee, appeared on the Daily Show Tuesday night to advocate for widespread access to education. Jon Stewart was very excited.
Who is that man with the beautiful light brown feathery hair?!?
The former Pakistan president and military leader has been under house arrest since last spring.
Decides to walk down the aisle, anyways! That, my friends, is true commitment.
Did someone say eye candy? Besides being incredibly hot, these actors are super talented.
Remember what happened on the Season 3 finale? This should help, and just in time for the Season 4 premiere this Sunday, Oct. 13 at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on AMC.
From a Vietnam War veteran making a statement in 1975 to the first out NBA star in 2013, here are some of the biggest moments captured in print.
Taking your family to Costco isn’t as difficult as surviving a zombie apocalypse, but it’s close.
In a letter to Capitol Hill a representative for Koch Industries rebuked claims by Sen. Harry Reid that the Koch brothers are responsible for a government shutdown. Reid referenced a New York Times article on the Senate floor Tuesday, which in part read, "The billionaire Koch brothers, Charles and David, have been deeply involved with financing the overall effort."
Nobody told you it would be like this.
In Batman "Zero Year," the Batman suit will be unveiled for the very first time all over again. Get (another) first look at the iconic outfit in Batman #24, in stores today.
The legal battle over same-sex marriages in Colombia is also becoming a referendum on judicial independence.
JLaw covers the British fashion magazine's November issue, and looks just lovely in the accompanying editorial. Enjoy!
Every day I read so I can succeed.
Look at Bruce go on the harmonica!
The "only acceptable way out is funding the government without funding Obamacare," Heritage Action CEO Michael Needham says.
Welcome to the NHL.
Chris Lilley's latest series looks Ja'miezing. The highly anticipated new comedy premieres Oct. 23 on Australia's ABC1 and on HBO this November.
Comic book readers are a cowardly and superstitious sort. However, nothing drives them crazier than when a beloved character changes his or her threads. Below are 9 characters who hopped back into the traditional after an ill-fated sartorial decision.
Mmmmm facial hair.
You're not alone. It's time to rise up and spill proudly as one.
The government of Alberta, Canada's new "sex germs" campaign is odd.
CEO of the Friedlander Group denies he is lobbying for the Georgians: "I don't think it's a political thing."
Edited highlights from the possibly greatest thread in Mumsnet history. NSFW, especially if you work in a beaker factory.
Including children's Ted Nugent masks.
It's not just Banksy and Skins you know.
The indie Victoria Wood made TV history today.
All for the sake of breast cancer awareness.
Martin Karplus, Michael Levitt, and Arieh Warshe are this year's winners of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2013.
Uh, yeah, they're a thing.
Donatella Versace says, "it's fast, loud, unafraid, and brings together the worlds of music and fashion." Sounds great.
It's a parody of "You Got What I Need" called "You Got What I Eat" and is probably best viewed under the influence of some sort.
Well done, humanity.
With so many things to hate, it's a wonder we get anything done.
The pilot who fell ill at the controls of his plane and needed a passenger to conduct an emergency landing at Humberside Airport has died.
He heard that J.J. Abrams was looking to cast a new Lando Calrissian, Jr. Turk may just be that guy.
Smashing roundabout. 10/10.
Time for fun at the nail salon!
Tickets for the 2014 festival sold out in record time. But it's fine because everything is like Glastonbury these days.
Mariah, why? This is what Snapchat is for. Or texting. Or email. Or anything else other than a public forum, really.
Will you get straight A*s this time around?
The former Republican presidential candidate delivered this eerily accurate warning last year. The video surfaced Tuesday night during a Fox News interview.
Mohammad Javad Zarif announces he's in hospital after being misquoted in a newspaper.
Tibetan monk Tarap Shetrup Akong "assassinated" in China over financial dispute.
It's super crazy.
Here's everything you need to know about the life-size sculpture of the star Koons created, and the rest of the album art. Congrats, Gaga, you've joined the ranks of Michael Jackson as forever being immortalized in art.
A sentimental evening at the Plaza for Cheney, Rumsfeld, Mukasey, and Lieberman. "Really tasteless," says a guest.
Sorry. But you'll see.
Everyone has secrets.
"A clear attempt to woo largely establishment conservative commentators who have loudly opposed the GOP’s current government shutdown strategy," writes Ben Shapiro. Update: Drudge linked to news of the session after this was published.
If you were on TV during the '70s, chances were you had a doll.
The incumbent governor and his opponent, state Sen. Barbara Buono, spar over 2016. “I can walk and chew gum at the same time,” says Christie.
President Obama will nominate Janet Yellen to be Federal Reserve chairman, after Senate Democrats rejected his previous favorite, Larry Summers, before he was even formally nominated.