May 13, 2013
"We are not involved in decisions made in connection with criminal investigations," Carney said.
In honor of the late Bea Arthur's birthday, let's reflect on how much you relate to her iconic Golden Girls character.
"It's appalling, it's the most disgusting use of authority we've seen in a while," said Rep. Trey Radel.
News that the DOJ secretly obtained AP phone records has left coming around to the idea of a scandal-filled second term. "Ugh," says one activist.
The books that will move you, inspire you, make you cry, make you think, make you laugh. Even if you read them in high school or college, you'll have a different perspective on them now that you're Out In The World. (Trust me.)
NJ Transit breaks out the black Sharpie, while reporters question whether the agency was ready for Sandy.
The retailer says it will sign a fire safety and building improvements agreement provided a key clause about resolving disputes in court is renegotiated. But is the company being disingenuous?
Explosive science is the best kind of science.
In wake of IRS targeting of conservative activists, “I don’t think Republicans have any fresh incentive to revisit” campaign finance reform, a Senate Democratic leadership aide acknowledged.
Sex? Intrigue? Political machinations? Whatever. Xena had all that and more way back in the mid '90s.
A new critique emerges. Fear of a narrow new government power at a scary moment.
Even a funeral can't kill his vibe.
The Eagles running back needs to brush up on the new roster additions.
Post your pet next to his or her long-lost twin for a chance to be featured on BuzzFeed Animals / win your pet the love and adoration of thousands.
The pop psychologist and advice columnist was 85.
Plus a cat with awesome doorknob skills, an incredibly weird music video featuring Pitbull, and a brief history of songs in space.
Life is so cruel.
If you aren't tempted by that Pop-Tart scarf then maybe you don't deserve to have a working Internet connection.
Pride, not prejudice.
Shockingly, some of this hasn't changed.
"When I talk about fashion, I'm not talking about a random street picture. I'm talking about Meisel, Testino, Sims, Naomi, Christy... that community of people that really is the fashion community."
A beautiful, super-meta look at how Reddit polices and feeds itself.
And he's embarrassed about it and is too little to know what hiccups are. Ahhhhhhhh!
A movie based on the popular restaurant chain Medieval Times is in the works — but why stop there?
"The First Amendment is first for a reason. If the Obama Administration is going after reporters’ phone records, they better have a damned good explanation,” Boehner spokesman says.
As citizens of the Internet, memes are the ties that bind us us all. That's why we need you to do your civic duty and vote for this year's best. Help BuzzFeed and The Webby Awards elect this year's Meme of the Year.
That story and more in today's CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!
Pure gold: the Bayside gang goofing around on set.
The seizure is believed to be part of a leaks investigation related to a May 2012 Associated Press story about a foiled terror plot.
The weird tan lines will totally be worth it.
All the proof you'll ever need that no matter how much you sacrifice for your kids, they'll almost certainly repay you with insults to your intelligence, insults to your person, or extreme public embarrassment.
The two-hour season finale of Revenge seemed eager to undo a lot of the damage Season 2 has done. WARNING: Major spoilers ahead.
Hungry? Look no further. Naked? Look no further.
A simple, one-question test.
It must've taken him at LEAST ten minutes to finish this "poem."
If not the designer himself, then Galliano's doppelgänger was sighted in NYC's Bryant Park this afternoon and a sneaky passerby was able to snap a pic. Sadly, the blurry cellphone photo doesn't confirm what Jamba Juice flavor he favors though.
Manny continues being Manny, even in Taiwan.
So we all know about, like, Sinead O'Connor, but who would have expected that Adrien Brody is persona non grata at Studio 8H?
Shocker: models take a lot of selfies, and then they post them on Instagram. Chances are some are bound to get weird.
A quiz to determine how good your Gchat game really is.
It was for an assignment in 1962, but still: what a babe!
"Delaware has fallen...to the gays." Comic Susie Sampson of the Tea Party Report digs for answers.
Barry Swegle rode through his neighborhood on a skidder, which is similar to a bulldozer, destroying four homes in his neighborhood.
He's seeking a new trial on armed robbery and kidnapping charges from 2008 in Nevada.
We don't know what's happened to the Bluths since the show went off the air in 2006, but how about the lives of devoted fans? BuzzFeed went to the roving Banana Stand in NYC on Monday to find out what's happened to YOU in the past seven years.
The Season 2 finale ended on a cliff-hanger — and it bodes well for what's to come.
The jury deliberated for 10 days before reaching a verdict in the grisly abortion-clinic trial.
At least they tried.
Scott Feldman Anguish Face dot jpg.
A Los Angeles - New York City flight was forced to make an emergency stop in Kansas City to remove the unruly passenger.
Just because everything you own has a built-in camera doesn't mean you have to use it.
Basically, three old women are at fault for sending Princess Aurora into a deep sleep...and they get away with it.
Former IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman claimed the IRS was not targeting the tea party for extra scrutiny in March 2012.
They have so much energy; shouldn't it be channeled into making your life easier?
The federal government, working for you! And your one breast implant.
I repeat: WAFFLE TACO.
Are allergies, small living space, or mean parents not allowing you to have a dog? It's okay—there's always a silver lining!
These 10 hilarious pictures, from CollegeHumor, show that it might not be too different then your college experience. Created by artist Caldwell Tanner.
In NBC's upcoming sitcom The Michael J. Fox Show, the veteran TV actor plays a news anchor with Parkinson's disease — the same disorder Fox has in real life.
The world wants you, nay, needs you to get together.
"We're being told one thing when another thing is actually happening."
Reuters thinks so, and says in its caption that this wire photo shows a "tear."
The victim had been raped with beer bottles and his head bashed in with a rock in what authorities believe to be a hate crime.
Not every song makes the final cut. Whether due to a change of direction in the story or time constraints, sometimes wonderful songs get the axe.
The Bureau: XCOM Declassified aims to find out.
You can call it the "Freedom to Marry Bridge" this week.
Slime of Satan, I command thee: BEGONE.
Bulls center enthusiastically applauds opponents for arguing with each other.
It's called the "Wonderfilled Anthem" and oh my God it's just, ugh.
A lame joke about cricket is met with a lame joke about baseball. The proverbial tumbleweed bounces through a joint press conference with Obama and Cameron.
The outdoor concert will be a celebration after the recent legalization of same-sex marriage in France. Mika is the first big name to sign on for the event.
Monday night, it's rumored we'll finally find out who Ted marries — this is everything we know so far. If you're a superfan, you probably already know all this stuff, though.
Whitney Houston almost didn't record her signature song. And Elvis almost owned it.
Erin O'Connor and Caroline Winberg replace Coco and Karolina for the British edition of the modeling reality show. Now, which one will Naomi feud with first?
Penn State's Disgraced President Was The Highest-Paid Public-School President In The Country Last Year
What's the opposite of "just desserts"?
Have a hard time getting out of bed this morning? At least you're not these people.
Tiger Woods had very little to do with it.
On Monday, a frustrated Obama weighs in on IRS and Benghazi.
It should be its own food group.
Including Merida's creator, the writer and co-director of Brave, Brenda Chapman.
Remember Lorde? She's released a video for her awesome, awesome song, "Royals," off her debut EP, The Love Club.
"I have got no patience with it, I will not tolerate it, and we will make sure that we find out exactly what happened on this," says the president.
It's not what you tweet. It's who you retweet.
Spoiler alert: Kanye filmed a scene for Anchorman: The Legend Continues and participates in what seems to be the big brawl scene of the movie.
They're "Ultra-Distressed." Price inside.
He's on the set of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and he means business.
Yes, there's a diamante penis. In other words, quite possibly NSFW depending on how intently other people are looking at your computer.
Wait, does this mean Black Widow is Princess Leia?
Here's a look at some of this year's celebrity drawings for the annual Doodle 4 NF fundraiser to benefit the Neurofibromatosis Network.
That's Roy "Pennybags" Hibbert to you.
Two years ago, Kickstarter raised $67,436 to make a statue in Detroit honoring RoboCop, the city's finest hero. The vision is finally being completed.
His name is Gorburger and he asks the tough questions in this episode of his show. Also, Wayne Coyne and Flea dance around in hula skirts.
Basically, you need a way to hide your cocktails and keep 'em cold. Everything else will fall into place once that's taken care of.
OK, time for her to come back for real.
The Houston Astros just can't win.
Glorious doesn't even begin to describe it.
I'm not even a kid person but THIS KID. THIS KID IS SO CUTE.
Kristin Wiig, we are in lesbians with you.
Go get 'em, kid! You were born a fighter! Or... something like that.
A surprisingly endearing clip from tomorrow's episode of Steve Harvey.
Four and a half minutes of Brick Stone pissing off the Westboro Baptist Church. This is amazing.
1980s cyborg hero Alex Murphy is being brought to life by a Swedish TV star (and Olivia Munn's IRL boyfriend).
Human Rights Watch has said that the extremely graphic video is further proof that Syria is descending into sectarian violence. WARNING: Graphic content.
The Cybermen were intimidating, the Doctor was in fine form, and even Clara got a moment or two to shine. Bonus! Warwick Davis steals the episode.
Find out which stories blew up on Twitter (the brain of the internet) and Facebook (the heart).
All that stuff you were told when you were a kid? Yeah, it's wrong.
One Giza great pyramid, to start with. That's the number of Lego bricks made since 1958.
I don't know how to play the piano, but now I really want to. Thanks, BeamPacer!
I hope you like your new Privacy Window.
Libya officials say 15 people were killed, including three children, when a car bomb exploded in the eastern city of Benghazi Monday.
Don't laugh, it looked like it REALLY hurt. ...I said don't laugh!
J.C. Penney follows up "We're Listening" ad with "Thank You" spot. It hopes great manners will lead to better sales after its last CEO caused a $4.3 billion drop in 2012 revenue.
From 'bee's knees' to 'bite the bullet'.
Steve Warren had a few words for the Supreme Court at the GLAAD Media Awards in San Francisco this weekend. The crowd gave a standing ovation.
Chris McMillan, Aniston's friend and hairstylist, says he was stoned while bringing the haircut of all sitcom haircuts into existence. "I’m 14 years sober, so I feel safe enough to say that,” he tells WWD.
Part terrifying, part awesome.
It's a new very funny — but perhaps insensitive— commercial for the popular global Uni-ball brand.
A woman driving past Ariel Castro's house on May 6 captured the footage on her cell phone.
"It was phenomenal.... It felt like I had known this man my whole life." A heartwarming meeting for Sgt. Kevin Briggs and Kevin Berthia.
Some former Clinton aides and fundraisers deride Ready for Hillary as an amateurish group of posers, but the PAC is gaining steam. "What, who are these people? These people are untested."
Nothing says "fierce and fabulous" like a big tutu and some white lace, apparently.
Russel Tarr responds eloquently, and angrily, to the Education Secretary's "Mr. Men" speech.
Before he made it as a writer, Brown was a musician. Quite a bad one.
Also her new husband is a model/musician. Just saying.
Backs, bums, hands and tums turned into beautiful optical illusions.
It was a big night for Olivia Colman, Ben Whishaw and Game Of Thrones. Here are the highlights.
BBC Radio Stoke's Paula White had a few too many before her final show. She lasted just half an hour before bosses intervened.
The Twitter-savvy astronaut, who returns home from the ISS today, saves the best for last, by making the first ever music video in space.
The Bluths are back! But what the hell is going on?!
Everyone has taken at least one photo they absolutely adore. Share with us the photo you're most proud of, and tell us why you love it so much!
Sometimes, it's not that an artist doesn't want to release music, it's that they can't.
The things you see on the subway, indeed.
The Newseum hard at first argued that other groups consider two slain cameramen journalists. "A dark day," says the ADL. [Updated]