February 28, 2013
Say what, Wolf?
McDonald's newest culinary invention deserves your respect.
Where's the adult who'll handle all this? Oh right, it's YOU.
Seriously, these are disgusting, never eat them.
Keep your chocolate eggs and precious baskets and bunny costumes to your damn self.
Here's a hint: It's a single letter near the middle of the alphabet.
This generation has been assimilated. Wait, so this wasn't normal in most homes?
Dropbox users are reporting that unique email addresses used with Dropbox are getting spammed. A coincidence, or early signs of another hack?
Scandal is riding high thanks to a wave of obsessed fans on Twitter. Other dramas may want to take heed.
The internet dance craze just happened outside Muslim Brotherhood HQ in Cairo.
There are a lot of fantastic Italian subs in the world, but how do you know when you've really found the right one? Take a look at some of the most amazing Italian subs out there and then feel sorry for me when you find out what I received for lunch today.
"Hey guys, Sequestration is really important because...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz"
Can somebody please let Jose Canseco know? We're worried about him.
You'll never look at Scotch tape the same way again.
A handy infographic guide to exactly how long you have until that jar of mayo in the fridge turns into toxic sludge.
The anatomy of a culture clash.
Rodman's trip "in the minor leagues of dictator worship," Puddington says.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan said teachers were already getting pink slips because of the sequester. The claim isn't backed by any evidence. Update
So many delicious options.
This is the coziest graffiti imaginable.
Science tells us.
Getting a kid into college won't make you the VP, and legislators tend to prefer screwing lobbyists, not reporters. An insider's fact-check to the Netflix political thriller.
Following Melissa King's possible sex tape leaking onto a popular porn site, YouPorn.com has reached out to the pageant queen to become their new spokesperson.
In the unlikely event a cluster of undead surrounds, please call this government number. In The Flesh is less survival horror, and more zombie reintegration plan.
Benedict peaces out on Twitter and takes to the sky. The Pope leaves the Vatican for the final time as Pope.
Most of the time in the comic world, death is only a setback. Which makes the permanent losses all the more devastating.
There is no way that this could turn out badly.
The Washington Post scribe has become a thorn in the White House's side. Paging Roger Ailes!
OK, you won't find true love or make a million dollars by following these charts. But someone's bound to be impressed by your profound knowledge of tea bag–steeping temperatures.
Outbox's "unpostmen" will open and digitalize your snail mail for you. The real postmen are keeping an eye on them.
The National Security Agency's domestic surveillance programs are an endless source of controversy. But 12 years after their first construction, they are alive and listening — and listening to a lot more than ever before. Here are 10 new secrets my colleague D.B. Grady and I reveal about the history and operation of the program in our new book Deep State: Inside the Government Secrecy Industry.
“There’s a speaker that’s supposed to be on the back, it’s just little painted dots."
Announced this morning by Secretary of State John Kerry, the U.S. will for the first time give direct nonlethal aid to forces opposing President Bashar Assad.
He'll head the main Cannes jury, joining an eclectic club of international and American filmmaking luminaries.
"Twitter NYC" gives you a bird's–eye view of the multilingual conversation — Spanish, Portugese, Japanese, Russian, Korean, Turkish, Arabic and Italian — happening across the five boroughs.
You still have time to make all of these hippity hoppity projects before springtime hits. Well, maybe not all. But definitely your favorite ones.
Say "hello" to the multiple Academy Award nominee.
The meaning of the word "regret."
Y'know the jogging scene in Silver Linings Playbook? One pervy collector is going to own the bra that America's new sweetheart wore during filming.
The Newark mayor plays cupid. "You know, I'm a romantic guy and I love to help with surprises," Booker tells BuzzFeed.
Why GMs have an incentive to ask a prospect if he "likes girls."