April 18, 2013
Rep. Doug Lamborn argues "smuggling" internet and radio capable technology would help turn population against regim.
Now that the FBI have photos of their two main suspects, we can sort through the five people Reddit and 4chan were convinced had something to do with Monday's bombing.
Despite pressure from leadership, Agriculture Chairman Frank Lucas isn't giving up on a bipartisan approach.
A rumor turns into a Blaze exclusive, which turns into a fully debunked falsehood — all in the matter of hours.
The FBI released photos of two suspects they believe were involved in Monday's bombing.
American Christian families are adopting children from other countries with the hopes of giving them a better life — but is it actually better? An interview with Kathryn Joyce, author of The Child Catchers: Rescue, Trafficking and the New Gospel of Adoption.
With a 17-year-old implicated for the Boston bombings and then exonerated by the internet in mere hours, it's time for the press to start guiding readers through the sea of information — and stop pretending there's only one narrative.
In space, no one can hear you clean.
April 18th was National High Five Day! Yes it's a real holiday, just go with it.
Tech gurls the world over, take note.
Their pretty good excuse: "It made us laugh."
ICE has a Saudi in custody but it is not the former Boston bombing "person of interest" that Glenn Beck is talking about.
Just accept it: germs are all around you.
"It was perfect," said one. "Historic," another said.
This is very simple, but very, very important.
Google's building Google+ comments into Blogger, which not-so-gently suggests a fuller Google+ comment system in the future. The trick: people who might otherwise never use Google+ might not think twice about logging into their Google accounts to post a comment somewhere else.
Childhood love knows no species. No judgment, just sexy nostalgia.
The man in the white baseball hat, whose photo the New York Post published while suggesting he was a target of the Boston bombing investigation, has been cleared.
On conference call with stakeholders, Biden says Obama will carry the gun control fight forward on his own. Updated: The White House says it is only implementing some of the executive actions Obama announced in January.
Put those stuck-up, fleshy pine cones in their place with your awesome knife skills.
"No one in the country bears more responsibility for the complexity of this law than you," Pompeo tells Sen. Max Baucus.
Secretary of State argues 14 percent cut to spending is just a "readjustment."
Here's why everyone should be very careful pointing fingers after the Boston bombing.
The student says an Internet "threat" shouldn't be taken lightly.
Thankfully no one was seriously injured!
Up to 15 are dead and nearly 160 wounded in the wake of a massive fertilizer plant explosion.
Bacon isn't the Chuck Norris of food: Chuck Norris is the bacon of people.
In a refreshing move, The Blaze's political sketch comedy show host Brian Sack tackles the controversial MSNBC promo without getting mean-spirited.
There is truly nothing worse than a slow-motion zoom-in on somebody's acne. WHY?!
Now that anyone with a PC can play Papo Y Yo, it's time to give this gorgeous game a longer moment in the sun.
A small comfort in a difficult time for all Texans.
Nearly half of active Twitter users don't tweet. Twitter Music is not for Twitter's power users, it's for them.
The president attended an interfaith service in Boston Thursday alongside local spiritual and political leaders.
Put down the pint of ice cream. Treat yo self.
The moustache of western civilization.
Collins, Hagan, Landrieu and McCain to feel the love from Americans For Responsible Solutions.
Hammocks rock! See what I did there?
An unfolding disaster in the town of West, Texas, where a fertilizer plant explosion has destroyed entire city blocks.
How a false rumor spreads.
That was quick.