February 19, 2013
Man dating swimsuit model has his car booted by parking officials.
The odds are one in 70 million!
The villainous aliens from Doctor Who take over Westminster Bridge.
Sony announces the PlayStation 4 tomorrow. Who will tell us the truth about it?
If you're about to spend the rest of your life with somebody, it probably shouldn't begin with a ring that's passed through your digestive tract.
Evidence suggests that the MTV and BET Twitter accounts have not been hacked after all.
Beyond the fact that Disney says "nothing official" has been announced about the film.
Yep, just tear off a piece and taste the Fanta orangeness. YUMMY! Alas, it's a false claim.
"I filed HB 633 as a matter of principle and as a statement in defense of the Second Amendment rights of all Missourians."
Google Street View team is now mapping the wilderness — on foot. What it's like to carry one of Google's monstrous cameras to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
The Academy Awards might be boring, but your snack situation won't be.
Alabama representative Mary Sue McClurkin apparently does not understand the size or definition of organs.
"Sold To Cadillac." By the same crew who did the Burger King hack yesterday.
OMG, what is that cashew thing!?
"I happen to have some money, and that's what I'm gonna do with my money," said the New York City mayor.
For a show that prides itself in its smug intellectualism, "The West Wing" sure did get a lot of facts wrong. Next time you're watching on Netflix, keep these flubs on hand to look smart in front of your friends.
Pulled to safety less than a minute before the train arrived at the station. (via The New York Post )
The White House has confirmed that Allen will not pursue the NATO supreme allied commander post. The general — who was connected to last year's Petraeus-Broadwell affair through scores of emails apparently exchanged with Tampa socialite Jill Kelley — cited family health issues.
And no baking. Easiest ever. So awesome.
Teenager Posts Grisly Photo Of Pit Bull With An Arrow In It, Forced To Leave Town Amidst Facebook Threats
Caisen Green is an 18-year-old from Oklahoma who ignited a massive Facebook controversy after he posted a photo of a pit bull shot by an arrow. WARNING: This post contains the graphic image of the pit bull.
Even the most insidious disease can breed a kind of beauty. Over the course of five years, artist William Utermohlen chronicled his decline via the only medium he knew how.
Not in size, duh — just spirit, meaning, etc.
Fun with California's unclaimed property search engine. Pick up your grad school paychecks, dude.
Not Ocean's 14... We think.
There are a million DIY tricks floating around on the Internet. I tested a few and this is what I found out.
Users responded to Colorado State Rep. Joe Salazar's comments about rape on college campuses with the hashtag #LiberalTips2AvoidRape.
Draw Something's creator pushes back against claims about the game's collapse. Plus: the limits of branding, living at the mercy of Facebook, and the saddest request the company has ever received.
Anyone up for a Wizards & Warriors tournament?
The Longest Daycare, starring Maggie Simpson, faces some steep competition in the Animated Short category. Meanwhile, old people and kids dominate the Live Action and Documentary Short categories. Get ready to cry!
"It's a good hobby and it doesn't harm anybody."
Oscar Pistorius was charged Tuesday in South Africa of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
"I did attend the event, and even though the event was nearly six years ago I'm certain that he did not make the remark attributed to him," Charles Häberl told BuzzFeed.