March 19, 2013
An estimated 47 million people watch C-SPAN at weekly according to the network. Here's ten great C-SPAN moments.
President Bashar al-Assad accused rebels of a deadly chemical weapons missile attack on Tuesday. Rebels rebuffed the claims and blamed the regime. At least 25 people died and more than 110 others were injured in the town of Khan al-Asal, Syrian state media said.
Congrats on not eating Doritos and McRibs every day. Be careful, though. Your local veggie and meat aisles can hide health-threatening horrors too.
It's the "all natural" (and I might add "all weird") alternative to Botox.
Plus professionally-animated Calvin and Hobbes, bizarre commercials starring musicians, and stunning photos of molten lava.
RuPaul brought in twenty-two Andrew Christian underwear models to play a mini-challenge called "Whatcha Packin?" and it was amazing. Like, really, really amazing.
That plus eight other tweets from the celebrity twitterverse you missed today!
Story of Irish-Americans "yet another reason why we need to build an immigration system for the 21st century," says the president.
Not nothing, but not as much as he once hoped. Where the laws of gravity always apply.
No idea the context of this picture. But I like it.
A kiss is a delicate, romantic performance, full of potential... SO DON'T MESS IT UP.
In honor of his (in my opinion) fantastic new album, let's all remember that one time Justin totally lost it on TV. Ah, memories.
Check out why Alyssa's ads were banned. Also Mark's butt crack.
His songs include "My Fork" and "Pots 'N Pans."
Per an ESPN magazine survey. It's the demographic the Republicans have been looking for!
Over his life, Dr. Seuss collected hundreds of amazing hats. Now Hats Off to Dr. Seuss! has collected some of them in an eccentric art exhibit.
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
At Brooklyn Craft Camp, there are more pop-poms, paper flowers, and Project Runway winners (read: one) than you've ever seen in your life.
All the grown-up moments that made you want to do it, ranked from most innocent to hottest.
If you were a teenager when Ghost World came out, you spent a lot of time quoting Enid and Rebecca. And probably still do.
Well at least through the second Vegas season. The nostalgia is killing me.
Now that she's artistic director across titles... TENNIS, anyone?
She's been calling herself King B for awhile now, but where did it start, and what does it mean?
Cart Life, the game of near-poverty, is easier to play than ever. That doesn't mean it's easy.
Believe it or not, the diving competition starring semi-famous people isn't the worst unscripted series to make it to air in recent years!
Single-elimination changes the game up.
If a partnership based in kidnapping can be considered an "alliance." What new evil is afoot in Justice League Of America #2?
Find out what's worse than being married to Joffrey, and if those crazy Lannister twins can ever make it work. We spoke to the cast and crew of Game of Thrones on the red carpet at the Season 3 premiere.
A New Jersey man who gave himself third degree burn after allegedly following Dr. Oz's advice is suing the surgeon turned TV host.
A well-placed ad led one Facebook user to wonder if the social media site was reading his text messages. In truth, he was probably outed by an algorithm.
Meet Socks, a Shetland pony who's been blowing up in the UK as star of Three's latest television advert campaign. The most important thing to know about Socks? He can dance.
"Don't Be Scared Of Google Glasses," tech savvy Rep. Jason Chaffetz says.
Conservative senator laments the fact that interest groups are "meeting in secret with a small group of senators" to craft bill.
The war may have ended for the US, but in Iraq, civilian deaths have increased since 2011.
It's called Death Wish. It claims 200% more caffeine than normal coffee, and it costs $20 a pound.
Photographer Eugenio Recuenco makes art from art.
Is this the most exciting thing to ever happen during a Kansas City State of the City?
Members of Spain's Mortgage Victims' Platform (PAH) took over a bank branch on Tuesday to protest recent evictions in the area.
Additionally: what is an "intimifave," or a "canoe tweet," and why do they all make everyone so upset?
RIP @Nets_PR. You were too beautiful for this world.
And did the newly-single Ryan Seacrest come as his date — or is that just how these photos appear?
The video, which features the "Golden Girls" theme song, was posted on the official YouTube page of the Embassy of Israel in the USA. (h/t Chuck Todd)
Hod, an organization devoted to supporting the gay community in the Orthodox Jewish community, has been conducting a guerrilla campaign in Tel Aviv’s most religious areas.
Tom Hanks, Lost Glove Documentarian.
This gelatinous treat shouldn't be relegated to school cafeterias and Grandma's dubious Jell-O salad. Discover new ways to enjoy this childhood staple.
The 15-year-old girl shot by the Taliban is back in a classroom, pink backpack and all.
The year: 1956. The lady: horny. The Larry: young and stupid. This is basically the best story ever.
Tom Hanks, the '60s, The Wonders, and that song you might never get out of your head.
"I feel the Dior cast is just so pointedly white that it feels deliberate. I watch that show and it bothers me — I almost can't even concentrate on the clothes because of the cast."
It was also the place where Hey Arnold! got its start.
A "pathway to citizenship" by any other name.
Let's try and estimate the possible injuries that occurred.
These 1970s Sears matching pajamas were out-of-this-world ridiculous.
Well now that this umm...issue has come to light, I feel kinda of bad about talking smack about the diaper look.
Please exit the internet at your earliest convenience.
Sometimes an odd touch is what takes a room from dull to designer.
Hype images to use as wallpaper, Facebook covers, and other computer whatnot.
UPDATE: Wikipedia was, in fact, wrong - Steve Kornacki will be replacing Chris Hayes. Ezra Klein's Wikipedia page has been updated to indicate that he is the "future host of Up on MSNBC weekend morning's [sic] after Chris Hayes moves to weeknights." Seems legit.
The wonderful Brooklyn Nets PR twitter account has been silenced by the team for not fitting into their brand mission statement, or whatever. Boo!
Metaphorically. LeBron James' dunks have not been classified as deadly weapons... Yet.
Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld received no love for his celebratory tweet about the war in Iraq. Tough crowd.
Every now and then, an opportunity to drop a really great zinger will present itself on Facebook. Do what these people did, and seize the opportunity.
Wayne spent six days being treated for seizures, but is thankfully recovering. He's gonna be okay, guys.
These are the sounds of happiness and obsession.
Ten years ago, the U.S. invaded Iraq. This is what our newspapers looked like then.
One hundred percent science right here, guise. Research brought to you by Tumblr user Raphaelle Roux.
In the short fim She Said, She Said, written and directed by Stuart Blumberg, a lesbian couple go through a comical divorce mediation.
Designer Mike Joyce has just released Swissted, a book of 200 tear-out vintage rock posters he's reimagined. SO MUCH HELVETICA.
Even kids in a galaxy far, far away have to learn proper grammar. Hopefully One Minute Galactica continues the series!
Ricky Gervais revived his classic character from The Office for Britian's Comic Relief special. Good news! David Brent still making music. And he's made a tune called "Equality Street."
Eighteen-year-old T.J. Lane gunned down three students at a high school in northeast Ohio last year. He was given to three life sentences today.
Rainn Wilson, aka Dwight Schrute, uploaded this sign-in sheet from the auditions for The Office. We know who ended up with the roles, but look who else was in the running.
Now that print is dead, maple syrup is officially the greatest thing made by trees.
On March 19, 2003, U.S. soldiers invaded Iraq. How things have changed in 10 years.
Eighty percent of reads happen in the first 35 days. Outside of read-later apps, that only takes six days.
Ana Oliveira takes portraits depicting the same person at the same place after a long period of time. These are really cool.
Everyone knew Magneto and Professor Xavier were meant to be together. Oh wait, McKellen is marrying Stewart to someone else? DAMN!
"Urban Explorer" James Charlick climbed cranes and rooftops to photograph London at night.
The new pope urged world leaders to care for the poor and helpless as he officially began his ministry as leader of the Catholic Church. Before the Mass started, the pope spent time greeting the hundreds of thousands gathered in St. Peter's Square and even left his Popemobile to bless a disabled man in the crowd.
Daredevils Jokke Sommer and Ludovic Woerth thread the needle between two buildings in Rio De Janeiro that are 36 stories tall and 28 feet apart.
It's very upsetting. And propels the show's plot forward. Executive producer Kerry Ehrin discusses how it came about. Many spoilers within.
Several thousand spectators gathered at Lake Marble Falls early Sunday morning to watch the implosion of the old U.S. 281 bridge.
Benjamin Pierce Bishop allegedly hid his relationship with a Chinese woman from the government even though his position and security clearance requires him to report contact with foreign nationals.
Plus Redfoo from LMFAO's surprising new gig, a baby elephant absolutely owning a dude, and very freaky vintage photos of heights.
The 2016 presidential contender warns that Latino exodus from GOP "says more about Republicans than it does Hispanics."
As the RNC sets out to expand outreach, Democratic reaction boils down to “we’ll believe it when we see it.”
The Tiger Woods-Lindsey Vonn photos may make you cringe, but they're nothing compared to these couples.
The first new show of the Jeff Zucker era is good, but it's nothing new.