April 9, 2013
"After I found Bitcoin, I dropped everything." What it's like to live, breath, and work in an upstart, online currency.
The International Olympic Committee has been asked to consider adding 3-on-3 basketball to the 2016 Rio Games.
The Walking Dead wishes it was this good. If you watch one seven minute YouTube video this year, let it be this one. Warning: You will cry.
Paul's civil libertarianism is popular right now. Can it sow the seeds of discontent with Democratic blocs?
A Canadian teenager hung herself after photos of her rape were spread by classmates on Facebook and Twitter, now the internet is demanding justice.
After a potentially embarrassing tape leaks, a master class in spin. "McConnell took their faux-drama and busted a cap in their ass," says Wilson.
ARIEL IS WEARING HER SKIN AS A DRESS. And they call humans barbaric.
Well the major Houses at least. Sorry minor nobility, you aren't cool enough for Disney.
Daniel Humm has been earning Michelin stars since he was 24 years old. This is how he makes a ham, egg, and cheese sandwich.
During the Great Depression vendors cut the most expensive ingredients, eggs and cream, from this classic New York drink. It's stayed that way ever since.
Scientifically speaking, this will taste better if you wrap it in newspaper and eat it on a dark wood table.
Lean In's immediate impact.
The weirdness continues.
According to gamers.
The NRSC is calling on organizations such as the DNC, DSCC, Think Progress, Mother Jones, American Bridge, and others to denounce a secret recording of Sen. Mitch McConnell discussing opposition research on Ashley Judd they described as "Watergate-style tactics." McConnell's campaign manager said Tuesday they are working with the FBI to investigate how the tape -- which was published today by Mother Jones -- was recorded.
We cannot confirm this is true. He did, however, tag his photos "#lonestarstabbing #fuckthiskid #copsaretooslow."
The bulletproof glass that separates you from your 6" cold cut combo, that's what.
A different time.
The worst thing about shopping for furniture is not being able to afford any of it. If you can't help but flinch at the prices at Pottery Barn and Anthropologie, it's time to take matters into your own hands.
A modified invite after controversy over a Coachella party.
Officials are reporting that a suspect has been detained and it is still unclear how many injuries occurred.
Influential conservative leader Jim DeMint bluntly warns, "I’m not going to be an apologist for the Republican Party."
Cut to Manti Te'o shaking his head.
Ad claims New Jersey is "falling behind." The first negative ad campaign ahead of Gov. Christie's reelection and a possible presidential bid in 2016 has six figures behind it.
Lo, a contender appears! Enter Guacamelee, the would-be wearer of the Monkey Island belt.
Excuse me sir, did you just put that chile in a wonton wrapper, fry it, and dip it in Ranch? Oh, ok.
A new buzzword. After passing bills for gun control, a gas tax, and a death penalty repeal, O'Malley says he's about results, not liberalism.
Apparently, no one at Target realized the name of their new brand of sandals is also the Spanish word for pee.
Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen has been critical of the power couple's trip to Cuba, questioning on TMZ who from Treasury approved the trip. "Thanks guys, I love your show."
Don't you hate it when you're eating Pringles and the cursed can prevents you from reaching your beloved chips? There's a life hack for that.
Grand OLD Party.
Things got personal for the Majority Leader during a speech about gun violence prevention.
Because spending the rest of your life with your love should always begin with a QR code or a Golden Snitch.
Hint: not Justin Bieber.
The fashion brand announced that the actress and longtime Chanel muse, will be the new face of their beauty campaigns.
Game over, pickles.
Were you starting to think the human race might NOT be a plague on this earth? Wrong.
You can thank Stephen Colbert for giving Hillary Clinton's husband a nudge into the 21st century. Update: as of Tuesday, April 9th, @PrezBillyJeff's Twitter feed has yet to be verified and still includes only one Tweet.
After the chain store's failed overhaul last year, outgoing head honcho Ron Johnson was fired by the company's board yesterday. He's to be replaced by his predecessor, Mike Ullman.
The killings occurred in the village of Velika Ivanca, thirty miles Southeast of Belgrade.
Facebook has quietly raised the price for sending messages to people with lots of followers. Whether or not they're actual celebrities.
Kind of just the end of the world as we know it, NBD.