February 25, 2013
We tried these travel hacks and thought they were all pretty great. EXCEPT FOR ONE.
You definitely want to send something out that's as memorable as your wedding will be.
The United Kingdom's top cardinal steps down amid allegations of "inappropriate behavior."
Twenty-one states saw increases in teen pregnancy between 2005 and 2008, reversing a decades-long trend of across-the-board decline.
"I think he has the right to speak," Quinn says. Last week, the governor scolded Bloomberg for using "huge amounts of money" to dictate the gun-control-focused special election.
Oscar night is a celebration of Hollywood. That includes the sexism.
I want to go to there. And there. AND THERE.
Oy vey, where do I begin?
WARNING: Images of naked people handling food. Don't worry, the naughty bits have been blurred.
And they don't all plan on paying.
Not only do you look weird, but you also can't eat anything. UGH.
Brunch and Bronies and breasts, oh my. CollegeHumor nailed it.
Or maybe even the best?
The New York Times reported over the weekend that a $500,000 donation to Organizing for Action, the successor organization to Obama For America, would get you "the privilege of attending quarterly meetings with the president." White House spokesman Jay Carney struggled to deny this point.
Cats + The Sims + nerd rockstars = cultural singularity.
The internet has some pretty strict criteria for the way girls who play video games should look and act.
Congratulations, it's a...miracle? Even in the best circumstances, ultrasounds resemble a trippy Rorschach test.
A milestone, or a sign of the end-times?
How is it that all of your concert t-shirts are, like, XXXXXXL? Here's how to make 'em look great.
Yup, all of these actually happen and it's horrifying. I think it's time to end all the hate, yeah?
If you are a coffee addict, then consider also trying one of these naturally occuring forms of caffeine.
"It was Purim. People dress up."
Lara Croft is back, and there are some sweaty keyboards.
Kim Jong Un will be Instagramming brunch in no time!
Download these fists, dildos, and Justin Biebers and print them at your local 3D printshop.
A prominent VC raises money for his own firearm buyback program. Venture capitalism meets assault weapons.
Meet the new Spider-Man, same as the old Spider-Man. The differences are small but key.
Oscars > sequester, at least for one night.
She really knows how to get a head. Marvel is really pushing the shredded armor angle.
"I was determined that the record should be held by a Nepalese woman and I'm proud to be one." (via AFP )
For Easter — or any regular old day that needs brightening up — here are some ideas that are practically too pretty to eat.
Great job, FLOTUS, but this all started with FDR in 1941.
The European food industry has been rocked by the ever-evolving horsemeat scandal. Here's what you need to watch out for if you don't want a bite of horse.
"No person should be subjected to such a senseless, humorless comment masquerading as satire."
Proof that Obama is totally aware that his number two is way more fun than he is.
These'll wake you up, especially a really, really crazy TV ad via Sweden.
Cool or creepy? Trendy or trashy? Let's weigh the pros and cons.
Turns out "Teardrop" sounds awesome when you wire your keyboard through eggplants.
This leek and pea pie is filling and fresh, and can be made dairy-free if you nix the cheesy topping.
The apparent goal: modesty.
A study shows that work might interfere with other aspects of life, like health and education, even more than it interferes with family time.
Is nothing sacred?
Courteney Cox's ex caused quite a stir when he showed up backstage asking questions for Howard Stern. Until he stopped getting the chance to ask anything at all.