April 8, 2013
"What's more important?" he asks in Connecticut. "Our children or an A grade from the gun lobby?" Meanwhile, in Washington, another sign of the uphill battle.
"We intend to create an atmosphere of fun, and the spirit and theme were never intended to cause offense or harm," Flaunt Magazine says.
Because it takes more than six minutes to solve racism forever.
Jana Winter faces jail over a story on the Aurora massacre.
The "like" button is the glue that holds Facebook together. But do Facebook users still use it?
Republican Congressman's Gay Son Says CNN, MSNBC Cancelled Interviews When He Wouldn't Bash His Father
The networks dispute Matt R. Salmon's story. Via KPNX
It's America's Sentimental Favorites vs. America's Alma Mater in March Madness's highly promising conclusion.
Relive all the adoraglorious moments of BuzzFeed's Animals March Madness tournament, and find out who took the honor of becoming the NEXT BIG ANIMAL!
It was a big year for MTV: Sarah Jessica Parker hosted, NSYNC performed, and Beyoncé covered the red carpet. A look back at some of the winners and former celebrity couples.
The Other Brothers moves the action from the Mushroom Kingdom to the big city.
Twitter used to talk about the media's coverage of death. Now the media talks about Twitter's.
The German Embassy won't comment on photos alleged to show a young German Chancellor Angela Merkel . But the man who posted them says he doesn't think it's her.
Where'd these damn onions come from?
Two members of the House asked for information about the couple's trip to Cuba because U.S. law prohibits tourism there. The Treasury Department said they're looking into it.
And a bunch of other hilariously weird stuff.
They're out there. As the currency climbs in value, one new millionaire states his intentions: "I'm gonna cash out."
It doesn't really make me want to buy ketchup, but it sure as hell sells spanking. Via Italy.
Derp, de, derp.
Next time Brutus the Buckeye should probably stay on the sideline.
Paris Brown, a 17-year-old from Kent, England, tweeted some things that made people very upset.
She was 70. Funicello starred in '60s movies like Beach Party and Beach Blanket Bingo.
She is certainly not for turning.
A timeline of her historic — and incredibly controversial — career.
It's like this: Imagine if the only tacos you could get were kelp and chorizo tacos. Are you crying yet?
Grown humans, reduced to gobsmacked children. Spoiler free.
In the past six years, 3 of the state's five Senate Majority Leaders have been arrested — more than ten times the arrest rate of average Americans.
The icon of modern British politics could always be counted on to give the chaps in the media scrum a good soundbite.
For all of you who are or who ever been in art school...
Julian Assange beams in from his exile to explain WikiLeaks' latest.
They're grape-sized watermelons that taste like cucumbers with a tinge of lime. And they're totally easy to grow.
A new film takes an inside look at the playground of the 1%.
Blobs, not drops, of tears.
After an LGBT rights protestor interrupted an appearance of the Colombian attorney general, the president of the country's senate put a hold on a same-sex marriage bill scheduled to be debated on April 10. Such "unacceptable behavior will not be tolerated," he declared.
It's the only reasonable explanation. Whenever Scout needs to go outside, this is how she stares at her humans.
These colleges take working hard and playing hard very seriously.
The former U.K. prime minister passed away after a stroke, according to her spokesman.
And the perhaps worrying numbers show he's not slowing down.
No BlackBerrys in meetings, no question who's in charge. "His personal favorite issues have really come out," says a labor leader.
You pretty much have to be a superhuman to do it. Any little bit helps.