April 2, 2013
In which retreads are re-treaded by the league's most pitiable franchises.
Well done, José. Well done.
Just how private are your messages on sites like Facebook and OkCupid?
The force is strong with this meme. Ahhh spring, when a young man's fancy turns to staged photos to post on the Internet.
The investigation into "Egypt's Jon Stewart" widens.
The Democratic polling firm PPP did a national poll to find out Americans' favorite black helicopter beliefs.
A radio ad buy across four states this week while Congress is home on recess. "As Christians, we should be known by our love," says Castellanos.
Jason Goldman helped build Google and Twitter into what they are today — but few outside of tech's inner circle know his name. On shunning the spotlight in a star-obsessed industry.
This will probably ease tensions on the Korean peninsula.
That baby ain't gonna fit through that door! In Norwich, England.
A fresh approach after school leaders balked.
Damn Nature, you fly. Ain't no party like a New Guinea party because a New Guinea party has huge variation in evolutionary mating displays.
Put away the root vegetables, it's time for some GREEN THINGS!
Tennessee Republican Senator Lamar Alexander's official website linked to his campaign Facebook page. When BuzzFeed noticed, it was promptly removed.
Tech's most fickle users are also its most important. So how do the biggest social networks keep them coming back?
Don't let their age and inability to talk fool you; babies are Very Discerning. These DIYs make awesome, unexpected baby shower gifts.
The latest Tea Party–inspired project isn't even finished, but it already looks pretty bad. RedState editor Ben Howe on his movement's struggle to produce quality art and entertainment. [Updated]
Kyron Birdine, a junior at Arlington High School in Texas, got in a bit of hot water for tweeting about having to take the STARR standardized test.
Nail the timing. It's all about the timing. Just like a real hadoken.
Not a bad "opening day" for MSNBC.
Hilarious gag may have cost Arizona a game.
Three Indian engineering students have invented lingerie that emits powerful shocks and notifies police and family members of the wearer's position via GPS if she is attacked.
"Same-sex couples should have the right to civil marriage."
Test your netiquette know-how! That's internet+etiquette. Netiquette.
Up until the police came and arrested her, that is.
Like, I WOULD say that it has to be seen to be believed, but I've seen it, and I'm still not sure it happened.
So THAT'S what he's been up to since we saw him last: getting really random tattoos.
Just think of all the cocktails you can make with Construct-a-Straw. This is the new mixology, people.
National PB&J Day only comes along once a year. Do it right.
If you can't figure out the decisions of local politicians, it's often because money is changing hands. Arrests in New York.
The biggest game of the year doesn't come out for six months. But the countdown begins: now.
The FBI arrested six people, including Democratic State Sen. Malcom Smith, early on Tuesday.
Whether or not you're a fan of David OReilly's glitchy episode, these short cartoons will make your heart quiver.
He couldn't afford a forced pay cut. So now he wants to go back to war.