April 29, 2013
"Brick chicken" rules because it delivers the comfort of a roast chicken in half the cook time.
These basil-lime peanut are genius, and you should put them on everything.
And delicious herbs!
"Please help us keep your accounts secure," the urgent memo says.
Gaming nostalgia is a versatile accessory. Etsy seller Oh My Geekness guarantees they can turn any retro game into a fantastic piece of unique jewelry.
You know who believes ice cream should stay between two stupid, boring cookies? The Man, that's who.
Support for NBA's first openly gay active player from a White House that's championed LGBT rights. Update: Obama called Collins Monday.
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Thankfully, babies are too adorably clueless to understand what they're being subjected to.
Jack Hoffman isn't your normal 7-year-old, though, and not just because of his condition. Earlier this month, Jack ran a 69-yard touchdown in a college football game.
Because it doesn't really mean "laughing out loud" anymore.
Without the science that helped the North win the civil war, "certainly I would not be here," Obama jokes. From the president's address to to the National Academy of Sciences Monday celebrating the group's 150th anniversary.
Well played, Mitch.
Good grief, Samsung.
This post is dedicated to anyone who's ever sprinkled nutritional yeast on their popcorn.
Some Democrats say the White House should draw the line after fixing flight delays. White House keeps its options open.
This is the most important frosting recipe you'll ever read.
A puppy rescued from abuse helps her best friend Jonny, an 8-year-old boy with autism.
Shockingly, it was made in Japan.
Way to drop the ball, Mike Wallace.
Jason Collins, a 34-year-old center who has been in the NBA for 12 years, came out as gay in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated. Democratic members of Congress were quick to send Collins messages of support calling him "brave" and "courageous."
Can Superman and Batman save them?
One should never underestimate the power of Twitter.
Bob Ley throwing some punches here.
Barry Diller, the chairman of Newsweek parent company IAC, told Bloomberg News Monday he didn't have "great expectations for Newsweek" and that he wishes he had not decided to buy the struggling newsweekly that recently cut its print edition.
Thank you, teens, for everything.
It really is bigger on the inside. Seems to be more of a floating pleasure barge than stalwart defender against alien threats.
Steamed, schmeamed. Asparagus can be so much more than a side.
It's funny, but it works. Sort of.
An explosion tore through the tourist section of Prague Monday. Authorities fear some people may still be trapped under rubble. NSFW images.
Medical sales contribute to a surge in revenue for the shoe company. "The chest tube drained directly into my Croc and filled it with blood."
Home decorating comes with many challenges. Best to just give up now while you still have some dignity left.
You already knew coffee was a magical drink. But did you know it could make almost every part of your life easier?
The blast was apparently caused by a natural gas leak. No deaths have been reported.
In the debut issue of System magazine, Ghesquière discusses his exit from the storied fashion house for the first time.
Apple without a new product is like the Stones without a tour, reliant on an aging back catalog of old hits. But maybe CEO Tim Cook has a few of Mick Jagger's moves up his sleeve.
Who do you think should be the 2013 beard champ?
The fallen general rallies the troops, and Washington society, on the path to rehabilitation. Bob Barnett is his Paul Wolfowitz.