February 8, 2013
Now's your chance to catch up on all those projects you've been meaning to finish.
Republicans could make hay out of Jack Lew's Cayman investment, but noticeably took no issue with Henry Paulson's.
Turns out a lot of people in Europe have been unknowingly eating horsemeat, and they're not happy about it.
In light of the massive snowfall Massachusetts is expecting tonight, Boston has ordered a subway shutdown and road closure, leaving the city empty.
"'It's an integrity thing,' Chris Dorner told Enid News and Eagle. 'I didn’t work for it, so it’s not mine. And it was for the church.'"
Stay warm and cozy even while a storm rages outside. Hot cocoa optional, but very highly recommended (spiked, if need be).
It's called the Nemo Flip Out — in honor of unreasonable snow mania — and it tastes delicious.
Sorry not sorry. Some people on Tumblr try to post serious things, or hipster things. But resistance is futile; all posts will be assimilated.
Cause why wouldn't you? It's actually a baking demo video from Lucky Peach magazine and it's delightful and weird.
Stay home. Wear pajamas. Make the house smell like cookies.
Well played, Congressman Tim Bishop of New York.
"President Obama created the sequester, and he is entirely responsible for the devastating consequences," top Boehner aide says.
Social networking for kids isn't illegal. For internet companies, the secret is knowing what not to ask.
It's not like you'll have something better to do than bake a pizza shaped like a snowman.
Keep the change ya' filthy animals.
And why don't some people in the gaming industry seem to want them?
What's up with his tweet?
As the manhunt for Christopher Dorner continues in California, CNN's Anderson Cooper receives a package that the suspect sent days before he began his killing spree. (via CNN)
No. 1 Indiana was supposed to destroy Illinois. Instead, Cody Zeller fell asleep.
"You will soon have a free supply of water. It is called SNOW."
Four Atlantic City, N.J., firemen were promoted to the rank of battalion chief Friday morning. But when officials at City Hall couldn't find a Bible for the oath of office, they decided to use an iPad Bible app instead.
The first time everyone has finished with zero dollars in a tournament, according to Alex Trebek.
A Florida judge has approved an adoption allowing three people — a gay man and a married lesbian couple — to be listed on the birth certificate of their 23-month-old daughter.
Thanks physics! Serendipitous timing and surface tension merge to create an amazing photo.
LinkedIn sent out emails notifying 20 million people they were in the top 10% of most viewed profiles. These people couldn't resist bragging about it on Twitter.
This guy will drink free in Columbus.
Former president gives blunt and sobering assessment of the landscape Democrats will face in upcoming midterm elections.
Don't let the haters get you down. Unless you're just being lazy.
Note to parents: Your children's polite behavior could save you some money.
The first movie stars must have looked terrifying on set.
Nature's kinkiest creature. Not kidding. It's crazy.
What comes after the smiley? Facebook is trying to find out.
Only the most degenerate of gamblers would take these picks.
There's evil and then there's unhinged. At least 19 of Disney's animated villains may actually be psychopaths.
Nobody ever said that Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie were the brightest crayons in the box.
A hacker has accessed several accounts belonging to the political dynasty and given candid photos to The Smoking Gun. The most revealing pics show off the self-portraits of amateur painter and avid bather George W. Bush.
This is real. There are billboards. Only you can make it happen.
Accomplishments in Libya, frustration elsewhere for Samantha Power. "She doesn't have the sharp elbows," says Galbraith.
Identity Thief screenwriter Craig Mazin breaks down what's important when sending your characters on a road trip. And why he wishes the film had a different setting.
CNN, BuzzFeed, The Washington Post, Gawker and others were all effectively taken offline on Thursday evening. A mysterious bug with a common factor: Facebook.
The "atelier" will carry on the "Kinkadian tradition to create art that will stand the test of time and be treasured for the ages." (h/t Zac Bissonnette)
"We have a trained and heavily armed person who is hunting for police officers," Riverside Police Chief said.