February 11, 2013
If you're spending Valentine's Day in the Mushroom Kingdom, you'll want this princess at your side.
Plus, coast-to-coast block and dunk!
Real-life headlines about the world's worst superhero. This is why we can't have nice things, Florida.
Obama said he would pay for tax relief for the middle class by closing loopholes like the one Jack Lew had in a fund based in the Ugland House.
And by "coolest," I mean "nerdiest."
Colin Romesha, the adorable son of Medal of Honor recipient Clinton Romesha, was adorable today.
The N.J. governor, who vetoed a bill last year to legalize same-sex marriage, is off to a fundraiser Wednesday at the home of Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan. The couple just attended Chris Hughes' wedding, says Efthim.
Proof that everything is easier to learn when presented via Pokemon-style. Artist Kacie D. lovingly anthropomorphized every single element, which deserves to be converted into a children's book.
For decades, money in video games was worthless in the real world, and in other games. Not for much longer.
Six hundred people in Otepaa, Estonia, got together on Sunday to race from sauna to sauna in below-freezing temperatures. [WARNING: a photo of two butts and some photos of very pasty looking people in bathing suits.]
Not that you want any, or need any. I didn't mean it like that.
"A unique opportunity to radically shift the agenda of the church," says Salt. A question of emphasis.
Obama's national security policy has continued some of the most controversial moves of the Bush administration. Silence from much of the left.
It takes real effort to screw food up this badly. Respect.
A Valentine's Day miracle!
Can you determine how to draw a Tyrannosaurus Rex? Cornell University is betting you can't.
Breaking pope news!
Nothing says romance more than a comic sans valentine that says "wanna get Taco Bell later?" ~Swoons~ WARNING: Some NSFW language ahoy.
In Israel, Huckabee is concerned about a Breitbart.com report.
The senior Senator from New Jersey got a new Senate office Monday. Not a move toward retirement.
Who wore it best, the British or the Americans? General consensus: Americans were looking generally chic while the British are more willing to take chances.
Snowmen are cool and everything but GIANT ICE CREAM CONE!
In the fourth episode of Ingrid Jungermann's "homoneurotic web series," Amy Sedaris plays the main character's hilariously curious aunt.
CISPA, the cybersecurity bill that was the bane of internet advocates, returns to Congress this week.
After spending 2012 hammering Romney for his investments in the Caymans, Obama has a Treasury Secretary nominee that's now on defense for the same problem. Is Jack Lew "betting against America"?
Like, in the dictionary. Inmessionante. adj. To be absolutely perfect.
Mind control. Finally, a reason to use SmartGlass.
"A bulldog with lockjaw who follows cameras around," added Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough.
Pope Gregory XII stepped down from St. Peter's Throne 600 years ago.
The conservative leader cites his advancing age. "I have come to the certainty that my strengths, due to an advanced age, are no longer suited to an adequate exercise of the Petrine ministry."
Billions of Chinese worldwide celebrate the start of the year of the snake on Feb. 10, 2013.
Young people reelected the president. Now they get to pay disproportionately for ObamaCare.
She got stuck to Miranda Lambert on her way up to the podium and managed to out-Adele Adele in being winningly flustered and gracious.
A tornado tore through Hattiesburg, Mississippi on Sunday, downing trees, damaging buildings and causing at least three injuries.
Everyone complied with CBS's request to show no boob. But that didn't mean the style suffered.