May 19, 2013
The Plains and Midwest were hit hard by a strong storm that included a mile-wide tornado in Oklahoma that damaged roofs and structures on Sunday. UPDATE: Authorities say a tornado that severely damaged a mobile home park southeast of Oklahoma City killed a 79-year-old man and injured at least six people who lived in the mobile home park.
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Author Michelle Tea discusses Mermaid in Chelsea Creek, her new queer YA novel, and why — now more than ever before — it's awesome to be queer.
The best, most ridiculously WTF highlights of this year's Eurovision Song Contest. (And here's a guide for the non-Europeans that explains what exactly Eurovision is.)
Peek-a-POO, I see you.
The Virginia Republican Party picked conservative minister E.W. Jackson as their nominee for lieutenant governor Saturday night. Jackson will run alongside Ken Cuccinelli.
Screenwriters Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci discuss why they included several beloved characters and tropes from classic Trek. Yes, that includes the man played by Benedict Cumberbatch.
This is what Yahoo is spending $1.1 billion on.
The sci-fi sequel's pulled in $84.1 million since Wednesday night — so why isn't that enough to surpass Star Trek?
Tumblr's young demographic doesn't just ignore Yahoo — they don't know what it is.
BRB, calling my doctor and getting a prescription ASAP.
Finally, we get to meet Blow J. Simpson, DJ Baby Bak Choy and the rest of New York's hottest clubbers. The ultimate SNL chameleon signed off, too.
People weren't too thrilled Sallie Mae turned 40.
This is fun — If the Houses were modern-day corporations.
Just asking, as a professional ad critic. New campaign for Virgin Holidays.
"Obama clearly has Muslim sensibilities. He sees the world and Israel from a Muslim perspective.
Kanye's not for sale.
Someone is busy doing this as we speak.
"We would be happy to provide a status update to the Subcommittee staff and provide a copy of our interim and final reports on the matter when they are issued."