February 26, 2013
Oscar-ceremony attendees say they want eyeballs any way they can get them.
Despite conservative opposition, the Senate-backed Violence Against Women Act could see movement.
Be honest, you use your phone camera more than your real one. Even selfies deserve the best quality!
You don't need an art history degree or an elevated sense of pretension to "get" these amazing pieces. Someone needs to curate an art gallery specifically devoted to the subject matters of rainbows, pizza, and cats.
A look at this year's winners' upcoming projects and their viability for next year's awards season. Because it is NEVER TOO EARLY to start talking about the Oscars.
The end of the world is not the end of couture. Dutch designer Iris van Herpen merges 3-D printer technology with high-end fashion for a postapocalyptic result.
You WILL NOT be able to look at it without experiencing physical discomfort.
"Well that’s your view, and God knows you’ve taken very good care of yourself."
"The president gets to choose political appointees," Paul says.
The story of the best physics game ever made. And what the modern gaming world can learn from The Fight of the Sumo Hoppers.
A new non-profit walks the line on Twitter. Will the President continue to sign tweets from the account?
It's not all learning to share and treating others the way you want to be treated. Sometimes parenting requires a gray stance on morality.
Was Jem an '80s cartoon a crystal ball into the future? Dare you to say you wouldn't pay to see this live-action remake.
Shamarko Thomas has invented a new way of running.
"You folks in Chicago want me to get castrated because your families are having too many kids," says Illinois state Rep. Jim Sacia, R-Pecatonica.
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Even Lindsey Graham doesn't sound that enthusiastic.
23 minutes at LAX.
A CPAC source told National Review that Chris Christie was not invited to the gathering of conservatives because he has a "limited future" in the Republican Party. Here are five other people appearing.
Mixes are easily the best gifts of all time, but even if yours SOUNDS perfect, here are some awesome ways to make it look perfect, too.
And apparently he showed up! UPDATE: The photo was taken in 2010.
Come on, people! Green bacon!?
Tweets by Bluegrass group have since been deleted.
Everyone loves to hate on matzoh, but it knows how to get down. Really!
In Massachusetts, "fat letters" are sent home to inform parents of their children's BMI.
An unexpected attack from Progress Kentucky. The 2014 race gets ugly fast.
You've been painting your eggs basic pastels for way too long. Time to crack (HA) that less-than-exciting tradition once and for all.
We don't know, because companies don't necessarily make their family leave benefits (or lack thereof) public. Why more data on family-friendly policies would be good for everyone.
Meme-mania has taken over our lives.
A debate over "next-generation" graphics masks the truth: The most talented artists don't have access to the best tools.
People across Thailand observe Makha Bucha Day in a series of candle-lit ceremonies led by Buddhist monks.
Same service, totally different rules. How teens are taking Instagram and making it their own.
The young man was unemployed and walking to a completely different job interview! WARNING: Incredibly heartwarming story inside.
The Illinois special election that has become ground zero for the national gun control debate reaches a tipping point. It's the anti-gun carpetbaggers versus the NRA-allied candidate.
In his 2008 presidential campaign announcement speech, Obama attacked "the cynics, and the lobbyists, and the special interests" who "write the checks" and "get the access while you get to write a letter." He's now come under heat for a New York Times report that a $500,000 donation to his new group Organizing for Action gets “the privilege of attending quarterly meetings with the president.”
Nick Zaunbrecher pushed girlfriend Monique Koll in her wheelchair for 13 miles before helping her over the finish line.
Facebook stores all your searches for people in your Activity Log.
It was made by popular conservative blogger Michelle Malkin and it's definitely something.
A wired bomb, counting down to showtime.
Created by stitching together 48,640 images, the BT Tower Panorama has officially broken the record for the world’s largest panoramic photo.
It's called the Leap Motion controller, and it's coming out within a few months.
Former Ohio Democratic Party communications director Seth Bringman joins "Ready for Hillary," a source tells BuzzFeed. The first major outside group gets serious about 2016.
The Maryland governor stars at a D.C. gathering — but the chatter is elsewhere. "I can't really control what decisions other people make."
The casualties include tourists from Britain, France, Japan, and China.
A new wedge between old-school Republicans and Paul-style hybrids. "Those people who think their fingerprints will not be found on the murder weapon will find out that they’re wrong," Norquist warns.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman plans to run a basketball camp for children and will compete against North Korean athletes in the hopes it will be attended by Kim Jong Un.
Former Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o blamed his slow 40 time on stress, leaving critics unimpressed.
A song you can sing to motivate yourself from owl, rabbit, turtle et al.
The veep's rumored 2016 presidential bid gets an endorsement from his governor and chair of the National Governors Association. "I hope to have the chance to vote for Joe Biden," says Markell.