February 7, 2013
Go to Amanda Bynes' Twitter page and scroll down. Notice anything strange?
M.C. Hammer is apparently going into medicine now, plus 9 more tweets from the celeb twitterverse!
A joke about waterboarding from Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) at John Brennan's confirmation hearing.
Not viral in the sense that everyone was sick — but in the sense that NO ONE could resist tweeting about this thing.
It happens to the best of us Secretary Chu.
Senate Intelligence Committee chairman Dianne Feinstein forced to call a recess when several Code Pink protesters interrupted Brennan's confirmation hearing for the CIA directorship. The room was cleared and Code Pink wasn't allowed back in.
Can the internet make blind dating any less painful?
These seven pro gamers might make eSports worth watching.
"Hi Haters"- Lena Dunham
A pretty bizarre break during the bloody civil war.
In 2009, the iPhone 3GS advertised an "oleophobic" screen to stop smudging. This is the next step.
Police asked a Los Angeles Fox affiliate to remove the manifesto, originally reported to be that of alleged gunman Christopher Dorner, shortly after publishing. The request from police indicates media outlets have been distributing and reporting on a highly edited version of the manifesto.
The younger Franco's latest Funny or Die video pits him against the 7-foot L.A. Clippers center. And a formidable dancer named Elke the Stallion.
The release of Justice Department documents is an exercise in "CYA." "It's not clear that they have fully obeyed their own guidelines."
The liberal institution joins the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.
"If that’s an argument they want to have before the court of public opinion that is an argument I am more than willing to engage in," defiant president tells House Democrats meeting in Virginia. "It won't be smooth it won't be simple."
"There are far too many people who are burned out, and I think we women can change that."
A new project by Mother Jones and illustrator Ross MacDonald collects the consolation cards sent to Newtown after the shootings.
The Senator from New Jersey is having a difficult week.
Dr. Amy Dunbar, OB-GYN for Mercy Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, is being reviewed by her employers for mentioning a patient's medical history on Facebook.
Oh, you weren't waiting for a cartoon series to mash-up these childhood classics? After this, you will be.
Les Militaribles adapts the Broadway musical for a military setting and it is glorious.
After almost a month of not mentioning his sister's bid for Tim Scott's House seat in South Carolina, the Colbert Report host unleashes the "Colbert Bump."
With guest appearances by Spaceman Spiff and Deranged Mutant Killer Monster Snow Goons. Created by Reddit user Nite4Awk.
Haters, just settle down, because Valentine's Day is the most fun.
The man, the myth, the weirdo.
Poor Ben. Nobody respects him. Thanks to Merlin Mann for this astute observation.
Or at least Canadian newspaper The Winnipeg Sun doesn't.
After a week of campus uproar and demonstrations, Duke University's Kappa Sigma has been suspended by their parent organization.
The NYCLU's Stop and Frisk Watch app is coming to the iPhone after successfully documenting 200 stop-and-frisk incidents in NYC.
THE TABLES HAVE TURNED!
Sometimes famous people feel compelled to put their faces on things that we eat and drink. We may never be sure why.
Much like finding true love, this quiz is hard! But, also like true love, worth the effort.
Carole Dean, whose nonprofit sponsors films that "make a contribution to society," says she has no reservations about helping fund the so-called "Newtown film," Illness.
Where we're going, we don't need geometry anymore.
A manhunt is underway for ex-cop Christopher Dorner after three officers were shot this morning.
The Republican lawmaker behind the legislation is being accused of using it to bolster his Congressional bid against an incumbent, who reportedly pressured his mistress to get an abortion.
A graphic video posted on YouTube purports to show an attack on a group of protesters in Syria on Wednesday, Feb. 6. The UN believes as many as 60,000 individuals have been killed in Syria since March 2011.
The answer should be "yes."
The origin story of the galaxy's favorite scoundrel could be in the works. So long as his Wookiee mother and Rebel girlfriend are involved, we're totally on board.
The Vice President got emotional delivering a speech on the Obama Administration's push for gun control measures at the House Democratic retreat.
A local politics blog says Dunham is registered to vote in Brooklyn but didn't in 2012. (Updated)
A new — and unfair — standard for Chuck Hagel, his defenders argue. The would-be Defense Secretary's confirmation is delayed.
President Obama's likely pick for Commerce Secretary is billionaire Penny Pritzker, but she has ties to the financial crisis. Does it matter anymore?
FBI data show striking contrasts between the race of victims of handgun, shotgun and rifle murders. A BuzzFeed original analysis.
It's about time for a pog resurgence, isn't it?