March 10, 2013
"The entire Republican party has spent four years making a huge mistake really retreating from its historic role as the main advocate of sound national security policies."
North Koreans are beginning to get access to cell phones, tablets, and even social networking. But freedom of speech is still elusive.
Two years ago, Ryo Hirona screened this eerily beautiful video just as a tsunami was about to hit Japan.
The actors were in New York for the premiere of their new film, The Croods.
Meijer knows that you've gotta get a man on Jadeveon Clowney.
Warning: graphic content. If after watching these, you still don't always wear your belt, you're a f#©king idiot.
You won't want to do all of these at once, but if you pick one or two of them, you might be surprised at how much your life improves. Or just feel proud that you did something productive.
The Commonwealth Charter also expected to to promote "empowerment" of women.
See all the great things you missed last night — including JT's response to Kanye West's diss.
Roses are red, violets are blue, orchids look like monkeys. ORCHIDS LOOK LIKE MONKEYS.
The cat, who is receiving hundreds of visitors at events in Austin, apparently only looks miserable. PETA protests the protests.
Other esteemed members — like Steve Martin, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Paul Simon, Martin Short and Chevy Chase — were also in attendance.
Seriously, Disney. Just follow this model exactly.
Every March, England holds the world's biggest fake ad contest — the Chip Shop Awards. And drunken British Mad Men and Women respond with their best work.
On Thursday, the Khloé & Lamar star took to her personal blog to reassure fans that her older sister Kim was doing just fine after a miscarriage scare.
A simple misunderstanding led to this basebrawl between North American rivals.
"A wolf can hide in sheep's clothing for only so long," says Mace.
The reboot of the horror-movie classic played like gangbusters in Austin, but the making of it was just as creepy.
1,500 employees were evacuated from NORAD headquarters for nearly five hours while five "suspicious packages" were investigated.
A German Shepherd in France saved his 63-year-old owner from committing suicide by leaping up to knock aside the gun she had pointed at her heart.