March 18, 2013
Democrat Governor John Hickenlooper is also planning to sign a bill reviving user fees for gun purchasers needing background checks, Associated Press reports. Colorado charged $10 background-check fees more than a decade ago, but the fees were dropped.
Outside the courthouse, Lindsay's father, Michael, yells at her lawyer: "You're going down!"
Yesterday was the last day of Mercury Retrograde in Pisces, FINALLY. It's almost certain that at least one of these terrible things happened to you, and it's all Mercury's fault.
Jose Canseco is dating Tiger Woods? Plus eight other tweets from today!
Michael Steele has nothing but nice words for Tom Perez.
Hispanics get 90 shout-outs in the 98-page Republican autopsy, and Jews get one.
Amazon's democratization of publishing proves there's truly something for everyone. Even if your "thing" is being sexually attracted to garden gnomes. [Warning: NSFW language.]
Facebook lags. Teenagers use the internet while studying, playing sports, and attending religious services.
Want to look classic as hell for around five bucks or less?
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
Gay icon, Mama June, rocked GLAAD's red carpet on Friday. How can you not love her?! She looks good!
A 13-for-13 day in the cage? Someone call the Dodgers.
This short-lived playset and toy line left a memorable mark on ‘70s & ‘80s kids.
Hazel may look like any other adorable squirrel, but she is out for your nuts.
The popular media blog is currently featuring a sponsored post from the National Press Club.
Even the most aloof cat's heart will melt when he curls up in the bed you made him with your own two hands.
This woman is writing her own pregnancy dress code — from peplum pants to leather leggings to the world's most painful-looking shoes, she's determined not to have a casual day, ever. Her resilience is amazing.
The Newark mayor and likely candidate for U.S. Senate next year says he will focus on the governor's race for now. His first public event with Chris Christie's challenger, state Sen. Barbara Buono.
2000-2004 was a dark, dark time in fashion for Christina.
Benjamin Hudon-Barbeau, 36, and Danny Provencal, 33, escaped from Saint-Jerome prison in Quebec, by holding on to ropes attached to a helicopter lowered over the jail.
Last time JT made music, he was trying to help America get laid. Now he's trying to get you to make love.
Iran launched a naval destroyer which it claimed was equipped with advanced equipment and capable of carrying myriad weaponry.
Pius XI was good for power hitting.
Because sometimes a complicated concept needs a simple explanation. If you've ever been afraid to ask a question for fear of being judge, this is for you.
She's been either on probation, in rehab, or on bail for over 86% of the time since she turned 20.
In a video created for the Heritage Foundation, former Sen. Jim DeMint invites us to join him in in the "March for Marriage" on March 26, but... Ain't nobody got time for that.
When two Ohio high school football players were found guilty of rape, many decided to say that it wasn't really their fault...
The call to "embrace and champion" immigration reform in the GOP's new blueprint gives Boehner the legroom to ignore the Hastert rule and bring a bill to the floor. "Most Republicans get it," says Sharry.
His clip for Beach House's "Wishes" is beautiful and bizarre, but his new Adult Swim show, Tim and Eric's Bedtime Stories, will be even stranger.
The Duchess of Cambridge spread some Irish cheer, chatted about baby stuff, and got stuck in a grate.
If the writing is clever enough, you don't need anything else.
March is nicknamed for an annual college basketball frenzy, but guess what: buzzer-beaters aren't the only crazy ish that goes down in the third month of the year.
The votes are in and eight animals have stuck around to see another round of the cutest competition on the face of the planet. Is your bracket busted yet?
It's worth it just for the amazing Craigslist ad. But it also comes with a Kurt Vonnegut short story tucked into a copy of Cat's Cradle.
Mid-puberty awkwardness + internet connection = Facebook destruction.
The 1950s were an innocent time in America as far as mainstream advertising went. But one campaign was quite racy.
OK, which one of you told Mom and Dad about texting?
The real estate agent who moonlights as a romance novel heroine. Fun with stock images!
You may not want to live your life like the characters on Girls, but that doesn't mean you can't learn something.
What happens when the story ends? God of War: Ascension and the meaning of the nerd trilogy.
A new psychological study reveals that cell phone talk is more distracting than regular background conversations. And more appealing to eavesdroppers.
And more importantly, why do so many rappers do it and why is it giving them seizures?
"Anna Wintour would rather wear a Juicy Couture tracksuit with Crocs than even speak Kim Kartrashian's name."
Former World Series of Poker champion Greg Raymer was one of six men busted in a North Carolina prostitution sting.
She was 45 minutes late and wearing white mesh leggings, so things are going OK so far.
It's almost that time of year! Show your green side by using recycled materials as plant markers.
Americans should celebrate the end of winter like this.
"I just want to start by applauding your decision to shout at us right off the bat. For one thing, how else will we learn? For another, how else will we be covered in spittle?" A mother responds to the man who chased her son out of a men's room after mistaking him for a girl. (Via: Ben & Birdy)
New York focuses on the slice of well-educated, wealthy women who choose to stay home — and ignores the vast majority who don't have a choice. It's a tried-and-true way to stir up controversy.
Obama: "Minimum wage should be a wage that you can live on."
Sides will be chosen, allegiances be forged and broken. Season Three is shaping up to be one bloody mess.
The 1984 Toyota Tercel 4WD is for sale in New Mexico and it can be yours for the small price of whoever offers the most.
"The impossible girl, the only mystery worth solving." Mild spoilers below!
All of the best buzzer beaters from the 2012-13 season in under four minutes. Prepare yourself for a whole lot of winning.
Google has conquered four of the world's seven largest mountains. And it brought cameras.
First, put on some heavy red lipstick, and then take this test.
"Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!" —Percy Bysshe Shelley, Ozymandias
A new platform in at least one sense of the word. The right's new data obsession.
He was there to promote his new flick At Any Price and didn't disappoint.
From coconut pies to pineapple pizza. And nothing costs more than $1.50.
A flurry of online backlash erupted this weekend over how CNN covered the Steubenville rape trial.
From taking digs at the Boy Scouts to kissing Anderson. Madonna stole the show and our hearts as she presented the Vito Russo Award to Anderson Cooper.
A very colorful flash mob that probably ruined every article of clothing for miles around.
Does food in a cupcake wrapper a cupcake make? That is the existential question put to the test here.
The gorgeous Alyssa Miller explains the strange techniques for applying a paint-on swimsuit. Like dry shaving and "pussy flaps."
Hundreds of students were evacuated, but there does not appear to be an "immediate threat" on campus, officials said.
Enough with trying (and failing) to figure out who's more likely to win. Who do you want to win?
You get drop-dead gorgeous Eva Herzigová to go for a swim in a pair of your shoes...and nothing else (briefly NSFW).
Glanville talks about her fights with Adrienne Maloof, her book, her children, Lexapro, and many other things that most people don't discuss.
A new Republican National Committee report promises to look beyond Reagan. But only as far as Bush, and Rove.
It better make me want me to read the rest of the article. Or, just make a masturbation joke.
A private jet crashed Sunday in a northern Indiana neighborhood, hitting three homes and killing two people aboard the plane.
The former Obama campaign manager talks Hillary Clinton at the 92nd Street Y on Sunday. Asked if he'd ever run her campaign, Plouffe says, "I'm done with that."
The character is part of The Bible, a 10-hour television series airing on the History Channel.
Jack Dorsey, founder of Twitter, said on 60 Minutes Sunday night that he wants to run for mayor of New York City in the future.